The Workshop Experience
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The Workshop Experience

April 1, 2006 | Jon Sienkiewicz
Master new skills, explore spectacular locations and make new friends who share your passion as you learn together from experienced pros
Of Mice & Tablets
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Of Mice & Tablets

April 1, 2006 | Rob Sheppard
A graphic pen and tablet can make a difference in the digital darkroom
Photo Guarantees
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Photo Guarantees

April 1, 2006 | Mike Stensvold
Use these tips to get immediate results for better, more interesting landscape, close-up and wildlife photographs
Action Flash
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Action Flash

April 1, 2006 | Bill Hatcher
Use this blur technique to add a spicy kick to sports and wildlife photography
Gadget Bag: Teleconverters
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Gadget Bag: Teleconverters

April 1, 2006 | Ibarionex R. Perello
Increase the focal length of your telephoto lenses
Merrymeeting Marsh, New Hampshire
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Merrymeeting Marsh, New Hampshire

April 1, 2006 | Text And Photography By Jane Wingate

Among the many rivers, ponds and swamps in southern New Hampshire, the Merrymeeting Marsh in New Durham is a standout for photographers who have discovered the fun of shooting from a kayak. The Merrymeeting River flows out of Merrymeeting Lake and into Lake Winnipesaukee, opening up into a marshy expanse on the west side of Route 11, about 90 miles north of Boston. The parking lot and the easy put-in are just past the junction of Route 11 West and Ridge Road.

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