Bill Campbell Photography
Bill Campbell Photography
Bill Campbell Photography
Bill Campbell Photography
Bill Campbell Photography
My friend Katrine on a sea ice walk!

Bill’s Antarctic Chronicles: Preparation – Administrative

  My trip to the Antarctic Peninsula was one of my “Rocker List” items.. Not my bucket list because I don’t plan on kicking the bucket any time soon.. A “Rocker List” is a list of things to do and places to go before all travel is confined to sway of a rocker and adventures […]

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OMG Smokies Fall Color

What a difference 2 days has made! From Thursday until Saturday the colors in the Smokies have gone from ho hum to OMG. Everything above 3000 foot elevation is ablaze with color. For all who were looking for the post from a few days ago, my apologies. That problem has now been remedied! Unfortunately Clingmans […]

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Nature Photgraphy Day 2014

My images for this blog take you from Alaska to Florida to California and a secret ( well, not so much now) spot in between)! In 2006 NANPA established Nature Photography Day to be celebrated each June 15. This celebration day has caught on with more than just NANPA members, and many people who love […]

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Ireland by iPhone 2014

I took my new Panasonic GH4 system to Ireland and loved it. Much lighter to carry everything from 7.5mm Fisheye (all lenses double in length on GH4, so really 15mm) to the 100-300 (think handholdable 200-600)! Batteries lasted much better than I thought and the new SanDisk 32GB Extreme PRO SDHC UHS-II cards are a […]

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Germany Made Tripod Collar for Panasonic 100-300 lens

I love my new Panasonic GH4 camera. The lenses focus quickly and are small and light, even though they cover a range from 14 -600. My biggest complaints are that the 100-300 (200-600 in 35mm terms) doesn’t have a tripod collar. So not a big deal if you are shooting higher speeds, since it is […]

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Exploring new worlds! the MFT story

I have been listening to and talking about smaller camera systems with my friends Rob Sheppard and Dan Cox for some time. Rob always kidded me that since we first started teaching digital photography together that our systems seemed to diverge, with Rob migrating to the smaller systems (like the MFT systems) and I migrated […]

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