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  • Monthly Archives April 2010

    OK, I'm Kinda Psyched I mentioned earlier in the week that I had shot the Honda Grand Prix Indy Race on assignment for wire service Southcreek Global Media, but I was totally psyched when I saw that one of the Indy Car images I shot that day was featured on their Home Page in their "Recent Coverages" section (as seen above). Hey, it's a start. :) Camera GPS Smackdown! My buddy Terry White did an in-depth review and look at the different devices and their specs for embedding GPS data into your DSLR photos, and you can check it out right here. Neutral Day Reviews My Photo Recipes DVD/Book Combo I just found this in-depth review of my Photo Recipes "Behind the Scenes" DVD, and while they say "it's not for everybody" they do a really good job of explaining who it is for…

    I wanted to run this week's episode of D-Town TV (The weekly show for all DSLR users---it's not just a Nikon only show anymore), here because I wanted to add something that I would have liked to have been included in the show, and also because it's so timely with the Indy shoot that I wound up doing earlier this week. In the first part of the show, I talk about a Panning technique to show motion in sports photography, and I got a lot of really positive feedback about the piece, but I wish I had gotten some examples to the video crew before the show aired (totally my fault, by the way), so I'm going to show them here instead: Above: Here's a throw-away shot from last year. With a fast shutter speed, the car is sharp, but it's also frozen, so…

    Hi gang: As promised, here's one of the videos we played during the closing ceremonies at Photoshop World East (Orlando), showing some highlights from the conference. During this video, you'll also see some behind-the-scenes video clips from Richard Harrington's "Music Video" live shoot which he staged for his "How to Shoot and Edit Video from your DSLR" workshop (he staged it in a nearby warehouse to get that gritty feel. Also, the music in this video is actually from the band Seven Nations, which is the band shown in the video, and they shot for the classes video project). Rich set up a Facebook page for students to upload their videos from the workshop. You can check them out right here. Also, if you're really into the DSLR video thing,  Rich just released the book, "From Still to Motion" on that very topic, and…

    If you're in the Chicagoland area, I'm bringing my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers Tour" to town, next Friday (April 9th) and I hope you can join us. There are nearly 500 photographers already signed-up for the one-day workshop, but I'm saving a seat for you, so I hope you'll come and join me for a fun day of learning. Here's the link with all the details. If you read the blog, and you're going, make sure you stop me and say hi (I always get a kick out of meeting people who read the blog). Hope to see you in person there!

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