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Patrick Gensel

Staff Writer http://www.adventuretravelbuzz.com +Patrick Gensel@patrickgenselFacebook
Hello! My name is Patrick and I am an adventure and travel photographer from Northeast, PA. I discovered my love for photography when I decided I needed to bring home more than just memories from my trips, and that is when the obsession began. When I am not hanging from a cliff, exploring the mountains, or traveling, I like to dabble in all kinds of photography and DIY projects. If you love travel, the outdoors, or photography as much as I do, then feel free to reach out to me and we can talk shop.

Incredible Time Lapse Shows Off New Zealand’s Northern Island

I am a sucker for beautifully coordinated time-lapse projects. There is something about well chosen music, paired with beautiful moving images that evokes an feeling of emotion in me. I love to visit far away places, and when done right, a good time lapse film does wonders to bring you front and center to a far off land.
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Quick Lightroom Tip: Moving Photos Between Catalogs

If you read my post a few weeks ago about managing multiple lightroom catalogs and decided to split your catalog, then you probably have had the need to shuffle some of your photos between catalogs. While not a difficult task, it is not quite obvious, so I decided to write a quick post on how I go about moving photos from one catalog to another.

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Build Your Own Motorized Dolly With RasPiLapse

If you have an interest in electronics and computing, then you probably already have heard of Raspberry Pi, the credit card sized ARM based computer that runs linux and can be had for under 50$. These computers have been mega-popular with the DIY and electronic hobby crowd, and as you might has expected, there have been some great project ideas that people have cooked up. Of course, in that mix there was bound to be some photography related projects.

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How To Make Your Own Quick Release Camera Strap

If you are like me, then chances are, you find yourself constantly detaching and reattaching your camera strap. When I’m shooting long exposure shots in a breeze, I don’t want the strap whipping in the wind. Removing the strap while not rocket science, can be a bit time consuming, and I am the type of photographer that finds myself in ever changing situations where adding and removing the strap is not always the best use of time. Now I could spend forty plus dollars on a quick release strap and be done with it, but personally, I get more pride out of making things. Oh, did I also mention I am cheap?

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Give Yourself a Photo Assignment, and Then Write About It

Sometimes, I find it difficult to motivate myself to go out and just shoot for the heck of it. Unless it is a project I’ve planned, or a client shoot, I often find myself making excuses for not going out to shoot.

I haven’t been able to decide if this is my inner lazy shining through, or if I am subconsciously convincing myself that “There is nothing good to shoot today, I’ll go tomorrow.” but it is a counter productive habit that I decided I needed to break.

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How To Share High Resolution Photos On Google+ Using Google Drive

As many of you know, Google+ has quickly become one of the top social networks for photographers. There is something beautiful about how the photos are displayed and how they scale as you roll your mouse across them.

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The Art of Lightroom Catalog Management

Lightroom is a great tool for photographers of all types, in addition to the powerful suite of editing tools at your disposal, there is a robust cataloging system to help you keep your collection manageable and easily navigable. But with the ability to create and manage an infinite number of separate catalogs, how exactly should one consider spliting up their collection, if at all? [more]

The Muir Project and Project Yosemite Collaborate on an Epic New Film

I never thought a hiking film could be exciting until I saw some of last year’s clips from The Muir Project. Well they are at it again, and this time they are working in collaboration with Project Yosemite to bring us another film from one of America’s most epic places, Yosemite National Park. The film, called “Yosemite HD II” is as you might have guessed, sequel to “Yosemite HD“, which was a beautiful time lapse put together by Project Yosemite last year.

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