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  • Monthly Archives January 2012

    It's time for another installment of Free Stuff Thursday! Brad Moore here to help you win a copy of... Frank Doorhof: Live In Boston DVD Frank Doorhof has released his brand new Live In Boston Workshop DVD! You can pick up your copy right here, or leave a comment for your chance to win one of two copies. Or, if you'd rather take the workshop in person, Frank is returning to Boston on March 31 to do another Why Fake It When You Can Create It workshop, right after Photoshop World DC! You can get all the info and register over at WhyFakeItWhenYouCanCreateIt.com. Wildlife Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots Check out the latest book from Laurie Excell, Wildlife Photography: From Snapshots to Great Shots! Laurie takes you through equipment, camera settings, lighting, and composition to help you get the great shots of birds,…

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    Portrait of Lindsay Adler, Photo by Bob Trautman 10 Tips for Improving your Portfolio in 2012 New York City is filled with thousands of amazing fashion and commercial photographers, all fighting for similar clients and resources. Because of this I must constantly improve my portfolio and strive to stand out from the crowd.  Yet this is not an easy task! I need to push myself to be creative on each and every project, and find ways to make my images exciting. I’m always striving for my next shoot to be the best shoot I’ve ever done. Yes, I like my work and portfolio but I am never ‘satisfied’... and I think that's a good thing! I have the best job in the entire world. Hands down. I photograph beautiful people, in beautiful clothing, in beautiful locations. No complaints about that! Yet one of the…

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    I thought I'd pick up where I left off yesterday, with the remaining photos from my India Photo Book (I made the book on my last morning in Jaipur, but that was made a lot quicker by the fact that each night I would go through my images and make my "Picks" so I already had a folder with my favorite images all all ready to go, which makes the book-making process go much faster). Post Processing I didn't have to do a lot of post processing on these, but they all got tweaking and sharpening in Photoshop or Lightroom. In particular, one thing I used a lot was a tiny bit of Highlight Edge Vignetting. Just a little bit in the Effects panel of Lightroom--I just drag the Amount slider to the left a little bit (as shown above) to darken the outside…

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    I just got back late Friday night---the trip was a birthday present from my wife (for my birthday last year---but this was the first chance we got to take the trip), and we had an absolutely wonderful time! What an amazing, fascinating place. We were only actually there for four days (with a fifth day of travel back to New Delhi for our return trip), but it was totally worth it! We visited Agra (I always wanted to see, and overshoot, the Taj Mahal), and then we added a trip to Jaipur, which is an amazing city unto itself. Photo Gear I traveled very light (as usual for vacations), and I didn't want to take a bunch of big photo gear that would get a lot of attention, so I took a Nikon D700, removed the battery grip, put black gaffers tape over the…

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    [Bill Frakes was one of the first photographers in the world, alongside Joe McNally and Corey Rich, to get his hands on the Nikon D4. Here's his story on shooting Istanbul and Its Many Faces.] We had an intense 10 days in Istanbul making this short documentary shooting exclusively with the Nikon D4. Exhausting and invigorating. Crazy great fun. It's a wonderful place. The only major city in the world spanning two continents. Divided by the Bosphorus, this place is packed with activity and people, but yet is comfortable and calm. This is where East meets West. It is an ancient city with modern rhythms. It has been inhabited for more than 5,000 years, every stone is steeped in history -- while every day new fascinations emerge combining eastern style with European flare. I picked Istanbul because of its history. A city of one thousand names, it has…

    Hey everyone, it's time for the second ever Free Stuff Thursday! Brad Moore here to let you know about some discounts and give away a free pass to... The Digital Photo Workshops The Digital Photo Workshops are kicking off in Death Valley with Rick Sammon, February 23-26! These 3-day, weekend workshops are designed to sharpen your skills behind the camera and in the digital darkroom through hands-on, one-on-one training to photographers and hobbyists who want to become better digital photographers. Just leave a comment here for your chance to win a free pass! You can register over at TheDigitalPhotoWorkshops.com (NAPP members get $100 off!), and check the schedule for more workshops with Joe McNally, Dave Black, and Ben Willmore. 70% Off David Ziser DVD From Kelby Training If you're a wedding photographer or thinking of becoming one, here's a kick butt deal! David Ziser's Wedding Photography Rapid-Fire Tips &…

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