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  • Monthly Archives September 2009

    I just heard last night that the gang from royalty free stock photo provider Fotolia came up with a cool idea; they arranged for special permits from the city of Las Vegas to do a shoot on the Vegas Strip on Thursday and Friday nights with 40 lucky photographers. To sign up to chance to be one of those 40 photogs on this "Bonus Vegas Strip Shoot," stop by the Fotolia booth at Photoshop World next week (Fotolia is also hosting live shoots at their booth, so bring your camera gear. They'll also have lenses you can use from LensProToGo.com).

    Hi Gang: I'm in the middle of two projects (more about these tomorrow), and I'm kinda up to my ears in it (and totally beat), so I'm pulling the "No Blog Thursday" card. In the meantime, below is a video clip from Tech TV (remember them?) when they did a story about Photoshop World when it was in San Francisco, and Bert Monroy was the guest host and gave a kind of a behind the scenes tour. It's just a short clip, but worth a quick look (especially since I've lamed out on blogging today). Have a great Thursday and we'll see you here tomorrow where hopefully I won't be as lame (but of course, there are no guarantees). ;-)

    Photo by Caleb Greene Greetings! My name is Aaron Greene and I'm a photographer based in Greenville, South Carolina. I recently shot an hour long documentary for Derek Webb, a musician based out of Nashville, TN. The film documents Derek and collaborator Josh Moore while making Derek’s latest record, Stockholm Syndrome, which released Sept 1st on INO/Columbia Records. My goal is to share a bit about what I’ve learned working with video dSLRs. I shot the whole film on a Nikon D90. Additionally, Derek and Josh shot some footage with their Flip Minos that made the cut. About 90% of the final edit came from the D90, and there were a couple shots from the Canon 5d MkII that made the edit as well. That additional footage was shot by someone else in Nashville during a time in which I had previous commitments. All…

    Well, it's the week before Photoshop World so things are pretty crazy at NAPP-HQ, as we have to hit shipping dates for all our equipment to get to Vegas, and well....it's pretty exciting time as we careen toward the big show. I can't wait!!! In the meantime, here's what's up: Tim Wallace scores with an amazing Aston Martin shoot The images above are from automotive photographer Tim Wallace (I'm a very big fan of his work), from a recent shoot for car manufacturer Aston Martin for their new One-77 super car, a £1,000,ooo special edition, of which only 77 will be made. Tim was nice enough to share some of the images from his shoot with us (make sure you also catch Tim's guest blog post he did here back in January---very informative---here's the link). Also, stop by Tim's site to see some of…

    Take a good look at the man in the photo above. His name is Robert Vanelli, but we call him either "Vanelli" or just "V." If you're going to Photoshop World, you will definitely see him there, but more likely you'll hear him coming first. When you meet him (and trust me---you will), you'll find him very charming. He has a big smile, a big heart, and arms like tree trunks, so you always feel like "if some %$&* goes down, he's got your back." However, be careful because he's so charming, it's easy to get sucked into his world, and months from now, when you've totally forgotten who he is, he will call your cell phone on a random Tuesday morning at like 5:00 am, just to say "hi," and he will act like you guys just had dinner last night. That's it----he's…

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