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The best way to reach me is via e-mail: scottbourne@mac.com

6 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Scott,
    Loved your “10 Things..” column. My Lytro is on order and I’ve been reading the daily “reviews” and most are just garbage. It was frustrating. Your column made me wish that I’d said that. While looking for your email address I discovered that you’re also a very good photographer with traditional cameras too.
    Glad Lytro just sent out some decent user images. I’d discovered Hanlin’s images a week or so ago and was really glad to see some good examples of living images. I live in Hawaii so if I can’t get some decent images here, I’ll know who to blame.

  2. Hi Scott,

    First off, thanks for all the help and advice you put out. It’s helped me even if it doesn’t show yet in my pics. I very much enjoyed your recent Alaska trip photos. Now, a thought occurred to me this week. With Nikon’s latest announcement of the D3200, as well as other recent cameras, it seems to me that they are starting the megapixel race all over again. Have any thoughts on this? Maybe this is a topic for Photofocus or a blog post? Thanks again.

    Ken Porter
    Charlottesville, VA

  3. Scott, I just read your ‘how to improve your photography … really’ message. I SOOO got it completely!! It reached my inner depths & brought me to such a clear understanding of what I need to deal with, get rid of … then simply continue on from … as far as being creative. You’ve helped me see where I am, & now get to where I need to be. Simply, Thank You. G Steele.

  4. Dear Sir,

    Just read your “20 Things I Learned About Photography” on the webbie. Thank you verily much. It is poignant and awesome to say the least. I am sure i cannot push – any new adjective than you already know – for it. but i will remember to owe you one XL-hug – if, ever, i get to meet you in person.

    Thanks.

  5. Scott,
    Thoroughly enjoyed your article “Why Do Photographers Fail?” You really hit the nail on the head. Reminds me of the philosophy of Howard Roark in The Fountainhead. Fantastic book if you have not read it.

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