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  • Monthly Archives August 2009

    The wait is over! After releasing the Canon version of their iPhone remote control app earlier this year, now OnOne Software has released a Nikon version of their app which lets you control your Nikon DSLR wirelessly from your iPhone or iPod Touch. I haven't given it a studio test yet (that's coming next week), but basically what this puppy does is let you take control over your tethered Nikon DSLR, letting you change your f/stop, shutter speed----you can even use LiveView to see what you're camera's seeing (right from your iPhone)----and then use it actually take the photo wirelessly (think about using this when you're shooting the kids!). Anyway, you just gotta love that, technology like this for both Nikon and Canon shooters, is starting to appear. It's $19.99 and you can buy it from the iTunes Store. Way to go OnOne!!!! Here's…

    I asked my buddy RC Concepcion (photographer and Web guru guy), to do a short video tutorial on how to create a photo Gravatar, so when you post a comment here on my blog, instead of showing the default silhouette of a body, it would automatically display your photo instead. The reason I thought this might be helpful is because I wanted to add my photo to my comments, but I couldn't find a way to do it. So I had to ask one of the guys in my Web dept. how to do it, and then eventually I just had him do it for me because I'm lame. So I figured some other folks might wonder how to do this too, and RC's tutorial (above) makes the process really easy. Thanks RC for making that for us, and I encourage everybody who posts…

    Hi Gang: It's 1:49 am, and I'm up working on my seminar presentation tomorrow in Orlando, but I've about hit the wall (so I'll hitting the sack), I just wanted to say a quick thank you now, because I'll be at the seminar all day tomorrow. First, thanks to everyone who posted here, or who contacted me yesterday with a kind word and offers to help our contest winner Alex. By 7:30 am yesterday morning I had already received emails from SIDs at a number of University's offering to let Alex shoot on their sidelines, and I had offers of everything from major rock band concert shoots for him, to free software and gear loaners for Alex (read this post from Matt Lange for example). I heard from everybody from software developers, camera companies, accessory companies, to some of the biggest name photographers in…

    Hi Gang: A friend turned me on to Journeys Unforgettable, and their amazingly unique photographic workshops. Here's the scoop on their next one (which is coming in October) which is going to Zambia & Zimbabwe (and I'm passing this on because NAPP members get $500 off). If you've got a sec; check out the details below (wish I could go!). ------ Join Host Journeys Unforgettable with Special Guest 2008 BBC Wildlife Photographer of The Year: Miguel Lasa and Dana Allen for an Extraordinary Unforgettable Photo Adventure into the Heart of the Wilderness to Zambia & Zimbabwe. Miguel Lasa who was recently featured in the June 2009 Issue of Outdoor Photographer may be a physican by training, but he's a top wildlife photographer by avocation.  Some of his top tips for your best wildlife photo moments are:  Passion & Patience, Understand Animal Behavior, Use a…

    I guess it depends on how you look at it. (NOTE: before you post a comment; please read Mike's comments in the next post below, which explains what happened, and why FSU is absolutely not to blame). You all know that on Monday we announced the winner for our "Shoot on The Sidelines with Scott & Mike," contest, and Alex Walker, a really talented amateur sports photographer from Virginia won with an incredible shot of his son taken during a soccer (football) match. You probably also know that a very vocal group of sports photographers were outraged at the fact that we did this contest in the first place. They didn't feel an amateur, no matter how talented, had any place in "their world." They were very bitter, angry, and made it very clear in online forums that having the winner on the sidelines…

    Hi gang: As I'm reading this, I can see some of you are blaming FSU for pulling his pass, but you need to read Mike Olivella's comment from this morning (which he posted this morning here as a comment, and I'm reprinting below), which explains the issue in better detail. I had never intended to point any blame at FSU whatsoever, but Mike does a better job of explaining it than I can, so please take a few moments and read Mike's response below. Mike Olivella says: August 27, 2009 at 7:56 am (Edit) This is not FSU’s fault. Please do not misdirect your venom at FSU or its staff. This was all my fault for not having thought that it would be necessary for me to get approval from the Athletic Department to use my assitant’s credentials as a prize for the contest…

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