Jim Anderson first trained his cameras on The Grateful Dead in Springfield on June 30th 1974. And, as the Music, never stopped. From that day, up to and beyond the last show with Jerry Garcia in Chicago on July 9th 1995, his photos cover the spectrum from close-ups of the Band, concert lighting stage design, and us Deadheads who carry the tradition. Note: Soon I'll be retiring this URL (gdead/index.html) as the landing page for Jim Anderson's Grateful.
With an overwhelming number of settings on the new DSLRs, it becomes increasingly hectic to know which ones to use. Then it takes an incredibly steep learning curve to understand how these settings work. It is much worse for a bird photographer, isn’t it? Bird photography is extremely challenging and a wrong setting might mean ruined photographs. It took several years for me to identify, practice, and stick to some of the key settings for bird photography.
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