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  • Monthly Archives September 2010

    A few weeks back, I did an interview with Sophia Betz from the blog "The Photoletariat" and one of the questions she asked me "Which photographers inspire you?" Besides the ones I mention here on the blog (like Moose Peterson, Jay Maisel, Dave Black, and Jeremy Cowart, among others), I listed a number of other photogs whose work I go to when I want to be inspired. People whose work makes me want to grab my camera and start shooting. The list wound up being so long that Sophia asked if she could run it as a separate post, and last week she did. Here's the link to the list of photographers that inspire me---some very well known (like Joe McNally) and some you may not have heard of, but I find myself going back to their work again and again. Hope you find…

    Hi Gang: I know many of you have generously supported the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya this year, and I wanted to give you guys a quick update on a some great news: (1) The sales of t-shirts from my Worldwide Photo Walk raised over $7,000 this year. This could not have come at a better time. I got an email from Molly Bail, who runs the orphanage, looking for help in covering transportation costs, clothing, and school supplies for the children in the orphanage, and right about that time Rob Jones (from Towner Jones Photography, who organized the sale of the shirts), let me know that not only had we raised that much, but that the first check was already on its way. Way to go Rob, and to everyone who bought a shirt (100% of the profits went to the orphanage).…

    Hey gang, Brad here with the latest installation of Pimpy Thursday!  Let's get to it... App developer Shawn Welch (creator of the Photoshop World app) just released the Presenter Clock app for iPad and iPhone. You can read Terry White's full review right here. (Just to give you an idea of what he thinks, here's a quote from the review... "If you give any kind of timed presentations, this is a MUST HAVE APP!") And, hey... It's only $.99! Moose Peterson just announced his new aviation photography workshop, called Air2Air, a few days ago. If you're an aviation and/or photo enthusiast, you definitely want to click this link. :) Speaking of aviation photography, Bill Pekala, head of Nikon Professional Services, has a great series of blog posts from the Reno Air Races! Check them out from beginning to end right here. Our buddy Terry…

    Many thanks to Scott and Brad for inviting me to write a post on this blog - It’s an honor to follow many inspiring photographers as a guest blogger here. On my own blog, I normally write about the process it took to get a single picture or ramble so much that I sometimes wonder the next day what I was talking about. I hope not to ramble and I’ll try not to leave behind after the first sentence, but can’t promise anything. There are many things I could talk about, and I had a hard time thinking of something, but since I am laid up injured and out of work due to an injury, I thought of something I am currently forced to do and try to do often even when healthy. This tip I am passing along is very helpful to myself…

    UPDATE - The glitch should be fixed now. If you tried posting a comment yesterday or this morning and it didn't show up, give it another go. -Brad Hi Gang: So sorry the comments you guys are posting aren't appearing today. I have no idea why, but our Web team is looking at the problem right now. :( Hopefully we'll have it fixed soon. Best, -Scott

    This is one of those things you just kind of stumble upon, and think to yourself, "Hey, that looks kinda cool," but you're not sure why (well, now I know why, but I didn't when I first found it). The idea for this came to me while I'm working in Lightroom one day. I normally work in a view called "Fit" which fits your entire image inside the center preview area, with a bit of gray canvas area around it (as seen above). But for some reason, on this particular day I had my View set to Fill (so your image fills the entire center preview window, as seen above). Probably did it by accident. Normally, when I want to focus on just the photo, without all the distractions of Lightroom's panels, I press Shift-Tab, which hides the top, bottom and side panels from…

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