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ScottBourne
President US & Chinese Operations, Skylum Software - Olympus Visionary Team Member - Bird photographer - All birds have amazing stories. I don't check DMs.
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ScottBourne 5h
Today is Bald Eagle Day - OMD EM1 MK II - Olympus 300 f/4 Pro Lens.
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ScottBourne 7h
I'm surprised at how often I am asked this - but yes - I exclusively photograph w/ cameras/lenses - have for more than a year and a half - NEVER LOOK BACK.
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Skip Cohen Jun 19
From , and so true!..."Follow your heart...do the thing you WANT to do and the money will find you."
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ScottBourne 12h
Replying to @JustinWallace
Thanks I can generally do one show per week but unfortunately my schedule is full. Thanks again.
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Marco Larousse 12h
My pal shared his thoughts about the cost advantage of his switch to Olympus Micro Four Thirds on our PPN - More Gear Blog:
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ScottBourne 14h
Bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) Photographed near Golden, CO with OMD EM1 MK II - Olympus 300 f/4 Pro Lens - ISO 200 - 1/6400 - f/4 - Handheld. Post-Processing in Luminar.
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Scott Kelby Jun 19
Can’t wait till Friday - looking forward to seeing everybody at the Summer conference. 👍🏻😃
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ScottBourne Jun 19
I decided to go to the 41st (top) floor of my building in Bellevue and photograph the sunset over the Olympic Mountain Range - simple - beautiful - peaceful. Sometimes the best thing about photography is being able to memorialize these moments. Luminar.
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ScottBourne Jun 18
… I've updated my Micro Four Thirds gear guide for bird/wildlife photographers - It's a relatively complete list of everything I use.
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ScottBourne Jun 18
New contest! Jun 15 thru July 15. Simply follow me on & you're entered to win. Prizes: a new Oben GH-30 Gimbal Head - - a free copy of @weremacphun Luminar & a $50 gift certificate from - Worldwide. 18+
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ScottBourne Jun 18
Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) close up. Most people never get this good a look at the world's fastest bird. Photographed near Golden, CO with OMD EM1 MK II - Oly 300 mm f/4 Pro Lens - ISO 200 - 1/800 - f/4 - handheld - post-processing in Luminar.
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ScottBourne Jun 17
Yes it was OMD EM1 MK II
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ScottBourne Jun 17
If you're going to next week please say hello. My speaking schedule is attached.
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ScottBourne Jun 17
I photographed last week near Golden, CO last week. The bird is feather perfect. Barn owls are more common than most people realize. The barn owl is the most widely distributed species of owl and one of the most widespread of all birds. OMD Luminar
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ScottBourne Jun 16
Wow - talk about nostalgia! Was going through some stuff in storage and came upon some of my old speakers' badges from conferences going as far back as the 90s. Believe it or not this is only about a third of them! Some great memories in there!
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ScottBourne Jun 16
THIS! This is why I always try to hire people who are smarter than me :)
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ScottBourne Jun 16
I've updated my Micro Four Thirds gear guide for bird/wildlife photographers - It's a relatively complete list of everything I use.
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ScottBourne Jun 16
I have a new contest - Jun 15 thru July 15. Simply follow me on & you're entered to win. Prizes: a new Open GH-30 Gimbal Head ( ) a free copy of @weremacphun Luminar & a $50 gift certificate from B&HPhoto. Worldwide. 18+
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ScottBourne Jun 16
Another simple portrait - great horned owl (Bubo virginianus),against a lush, green and simple background. Made near Golden, CO. Shot w/ OMD EM1 MK II - Olympus 40-150 f/2.8 lens, hand held, ISO 640, 1/320th second at f/2.8. Post-processing in Luminar.
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Richard Harrington Jun 15
Creative Effects and Filters in Luminar 2018
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