Monthly Archives June 2008

I recently did a location shoot at a recording studio for a project being developed by the Korg Keyboard company, for a very cool new accessory for keyboard players that lets you apply a "skin" to your keyboards. (You can see the blue image "skin" on the Korg M3 Music Workstation/Sampler above---the keyboard is normally just solid white--click on it for a larger view. The model is musician Justin Finley). This is bigger than it might first sound. Although guitar players and bass players have always had a wide choice of finishes and patterns for their guitar bodies, and drummers have had everything from sparkle finishes to wood grains to even clear shells; keyboard players have pretty much had one look; solid black. More recently, white. That's about it. The idea of skinning keyboards is the brainchild of John Chase over at Korg, and…

Yesterday was Jeff Revell's (of fame) GeorgeTown Photo Walk and over 50 photographers showed up to spend a couple of hours shooting the tony streets, shops, and cafes of this DC suburb. The photo above (by Jeff) shows some of the "walkers" during the day, reflected in a round overhead mirror. Make sure you check out PhotoWalkPro for more photos from the day. Congratulations to Jeff for another great "walk," and "Good on ya" to everybody who showed up on a beautiful day in DC to share some fun and photography for a few hours (and of course, some yummy Philly cheesesteaks right after the walk).