Photographically in 2020

What are you looking forward to, photographically, in 2020? Are you working on a project? Hoping to try some new equipment?

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Hi, my name is Scott Wyden Kivowitz, a storyteller with a camera. This is my YouTube channel. You might’ve just come across it and you might have been a subscriber already. You might be someone who has already watched a lot of my videos. If not welcome. If you have welcome back, I just want to say thank you. It’s, it’s the holiday season. It’s, it’s Hanukkah, it’s Christmas, it’s, it’s all the holidays that everybody celebrates in December. The year is winding down. 2019 is winding down and we’re coming close to 2020 I publish a new video every Monday and Thursday. Every possible chance I get. I skipped some holidays, like Thanksgiving came on a Thursday so I don’t publish on Thanksgiving. I skip it, but I try to knock out as many videos as I can for you, for the viewers of this channel. So I just want to say thank you and I’ve got a question for you actually.

What are you looking forward to in the new year? What are you looking forward to in 2020 for me, I’m looking forward to new photographic opportunities for clients, for myself, for my family. The thing I’m looking forward to the most photographically is I want to explore basically turning my camera into a telescope, not literally converting the body to telescope, but figuring out if I should buy a telescope and a an adapter for my Nikon body to Mount to the telescope, or if I should get a long lens and then use a two X extender to make that even longer. Something like a 600 millimeter lens, a two X extender, which would make it a 1200 millimeter lens is something that might be even better than doing the telescope prep. I’m not sure I’m exploring this and I’m really excited for 2020 to actually explore it even deeper and put it into a into effect and then share how I did that on this YouTube channel, so happy holidays. Thank you again for watching this and other videos. Please dig into my YouTube channel and watch other educational content. I’ve shared even some entertaining content. I’ve shared vlogs and whatnot, and I look forward to seeing you in the new year. So thanks. Comment. Let me know what you’re looking forward to this holiday season and into the new year and be sure to click that subscribe button. See you in 2020.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Thanks, Scott for sharing your thoughts for 2020. Look forward to many more interesting, illuminating and instructive videos from you in the year to come. Personally, I am hoping to nail my super wide angle (14mm Prime) landscape shots.

    Have a great New Year!

  2. Hey Scott,

    Thank you for always giving us something to think about. Nothing like hearing others’ ideas. They may not be the idea an individual goes with, but, often, they springboard other ideas. I’m a landscape/nature photographer, and your “telescope” idea reminds me of wanting to capture more close up / intimate animal images to add to my portfolio,

    Wishing you, your family & friends, and very Happy Hanukkah!

    Tom Potter

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