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  • Monthly Archives June 2009

    My buddy Terry White turned me on to this technique that he picked up from Lloyd L. Chamber's Macintosh Performance Guide (which is published online "for Digital Photographers & Performance Addicts"). Anyway, Lloyd did a really great article on Optimizing Lightroom, and within it he specifically tackled the problem of slow JPEG exporting from Lightroom (if you decide to export a couple of hundred Raw photos as JPEGs, I can tell you from experience; it takes a while). Anyway, after many hours of research (aided by his background as a longtime software engineer) he learned a way where you can just about cut the export time in half, by manually having Lightroom do multiple exports at the same time. So, if you have 210 Raw photos you want to export as JPEGs, rather than selecting all of them and hitting Export, instead you'd select…

    Now that I'm back from my workshop, I'm catching up on reading my favorite blogs, and I saw over at Moose Peterson's "Moose New Blog" (link), that he attended the practice sessions for the Reno Air Races (along with a group of 25 aviation photographers). Nikon Professional Services (NPS) was there to support the event, and besides getting to hang with these guys, Moose came back with some just awesome shots. Moose posted a link to a gallery of 37 of his images from the event, but you're not out-of-luck for getting your own, because the actual race itself is coming up this September (seeing Moose's images really makes me want to go now. I'm going to have to check my calendar!!!). Anyway, check out Moose's post about the shoot, and check out his images while you're there. Congrats Moose on capturing some amazing…

    I'm back from my Great American Photo Workshop with renowned landscape and aerial photographer Bill Fortney and I have to say, it was one of the most enjoyable workshops I've ever been a part of. We had such a great group of talented, fun, easy-going, and passionate photographers that it really made for the ideal creative atmosphere to learn, make photographs, and laugh and awful lot. Guest Instructors This was my first time in Savannah Georgia, and it's a perfect place for a photo workshop, with loads of stuff to shoot around every corner (photo above taken with my iPhone 3Gs; much improved camera). We started on Wednesday with slideshows and presentations from the instructors, including two guest instructors; Joanne Wells (a wonderful Savannah-based fine art photographer with great knowledge of local shooting locales), along with first-class bird photographer Wayne Bennett (we had a…

    Click here to see other sizes of it in Flickr My friend and colleague RC Concepcion took the fantastic shot above of his precious daughter Sabie, posed with his wife Jenn, a ballerina and dance instructor (that's right; RC married a ballerina. How cool is that?). Anyway, RC captured this wonderful moment, and since he posted it on his flickr account, thousands of people have already viewed the image. I was so taken by it, I wanted to share it you guys, because I know you love great photography, and I think this truly is that  (it's one of my very favorite photos of 2009. As my friend Larry Williams would say; "I'd have that on my card." ;-) Way to go RC for capturing such a wonderful moment of the women in your life.

    My buddy and fellow "Photoshop Guy" Dave Cross did an excellent video clip on the just-released-today way cool "Flow" software (I bought a copy the first time I saw it back when it was still in Beta testing, and I got my serial number emailed to me last night, so I know it's shipping). I put the video here (above) so you can check it out (also, Dave unveils something new that wasn't in the public beta that will be of particular interest to a lot of you). Thanks Dave for putting this together. :)

    We just had legendary food photography Joe Glyda down to the Kelby Training Online Studios for a new online class we're releasing in the next few weeks on how to shoot food like a pro. I stopped by the set during the taping, and got to talk with Joe  for a couple of minutes, and he gives us a little behind-the-scenes look into his upcoming online class. Check out the short video below for a quick preview.

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