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  • Monthly Archives June 2010

    When I announced my new Lightroom 3 Book for Digital Photographers (shown above), I listed where you could pre-order the book, but at that time Amazon.com didn't have it available yet, so I wanted to let you guys know that not only is it available now for pre-order, but I expect to have the first copies any day now (it's just about off press, so it won't be long now). Here's the link to preorder yours today from Amazon.com (Note: if you didn't get the scoop on the new book, I did a quick video all about what's different in this new major update to the book. Here's the link to that video).

    Ed and Jack's Book on Copyright for Photographers is Here! I finally got a chance to sit down with "Photographer's Survival Manual: A legal guide for Artists in the Digital Age," the new book from Copyright and Intellectual Property Attorney Ed Greenberg, and Photographer's Rights advocate Jack Reznicki, and I gotta tell ya---these guys hit it out of the park!!!!! You guys probably remember my interviews with Ed that I ran here on the blog last year (here's the link), and I know a lot of you have packed Ed and Jack's classes, or watched their highly acclaimed online classes on KelbyTraining.com, and so you know these two are the real deal---incredibly insightful and entertaining, and packed full of info, and their book puts everything in black and white in a way only they can. If you're serious about protecting your work, you must…

    Photo by Derek Wood Hello, my name is Ryan and I am a photographer living and working in Los Angeles. My background spans everything from shooting natural light, street photos in black and white film, to the staged tableau that you will see below. The goal of each photo is to create a narrative which has a specific concept, but also allows the viewer to develop their own story. A common question I'm asked about my work is whether or not it is the result of a Photoshop composite. Generally I would prefer not to spend time behind the computer and so the goal of each shoot is to capture as much as possible in one frame. With the larger group photos there are many people involved and inevitably different frames are pieced together in order to get the best expressions or actions from…

    We Need Photo Walks in China! Although we already have more than 800 walks around the world, and more than 15,000 people already signed up for walks, there's a massive country that only has three Photo Walks---China. I really want to see Chinese photographers get the chance to be a part of this event, so if you've got a connection with any photographers in Mainland China, can you let them know about the Photo Walk, and see if we can get some walks going in Bejing and other major cities around the country. I would hate to see China left out. Here's the link with all the details, and thanks for helping me spread the word over there. New Episode of D-Town TV--The Weekly Show for Photographers, is Up Live Matt and I are back again with another weekly episode, and in this week's…

    My buddy, portrait photographer, and Web guru, and HDR Expert RC Concepcion is tonight's special guest on Peachpit's "Photo Club" and everybody's invited (it's free), and tonight he'll be talking about photography, Photoshop, and all sorts of cool RC stuff. Here's how Peachpit describes it: Join Peachpit and Layers TV host RC Concepcion for the next Peachpit Photo Club webcast on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 from 8 to 9 p.m. ET (5 to 6 p.m. PT). RC will cover everything essential about getting yourself and your work on the Web—what to do, what not to do, useful techniques, how to present your work, and more. Plus, he'll jump into the software side a bit and show you some simple in and out techniques for working with your images, hosting your images, and getting up to speed quickly—just like he does in his popular podcasts.…

    I've had a number of requests this year to go beyond just sharing my camera settings, and share a little more of the "behind the scenes experience" of shooting a major sporting event. So, two weeks ago when I got an opportunity to shoot a Major League Baseball game (Tampa Bay Rays vs. the Toronto Blue Jays), I kept my iPhone's camera handy so I could chronicle some of the goings on for you, (though the image above, which I call "Steee-rike!" [notice the ball at his hip] was taken with my D3). Getting Credentials As anyone who has tried knows, getting credentials to shoot a major sporting event is hard, and getting harder every day. I shoot for a wire service, and thankfully they take care of the credentials for events I'm assigned to cover, but in other cases (like this one), it…

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