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  • Monthly Archives May 2012

    Paris 1

    Wow, what a week! We shot three online classes (including "A Week in Paris with Jay Maisel" plus my on-location class on shooting travel photography, and a class on Lightroom/Photoshop for Travel Photography). We taped starting at 9:00 am each day and went non-stop until after midnight every day. We literally fell into bed each night, but we still had loads of fun (it's hard not to have fun in Paris, even when you're working). Easier HDR My new Nikon D4 actually makes shooting HDRs a lot easier, because not only can I finally just take three bracketed shots (one two shots under, one two shots over, and the regular exposure), but I can set my Self Timer to take all three shots for me (I know Canon's have been able to do this for some time, but this is the first Nikon I've…

    cloud

    Mesdames et messieurs bonjour! Even though I'm still in Paris wrapping up our shoots here, I did see where starting today the Adobe Creative Cloud is now available, which ushers in a new era for Adobe, and a new opportunity for creative people all over the world (can't you just hear that ELO song in your head right now? "All over the world-er-er-erld.") If you're not up-to-date on the Creative Cloud, I did a post here a few weeks back with a quick Q&A about it and you can read it right here. Also, Adobe is offering a pretty incredible deal for existing Creative Suite customers to get on board --- just $29.99 a month for the first year. Here's the link to Adobe's site for more details. Congratulations for Adobe on the big launch, and Viva le Creative Cloud! :)

    Paris1sm

    Bonjour! Sorry I haven't been able to post more. We've been shooting from morning until late at night, literally non-stop on the go, and by the time we make it back to our rooms we're just falling down beat. Here's a quick shot taken during our shoot out at the palace of Versailles, hand-held with a 14-24mm lens. What an amazing place. Off to start today's final day of shooting, so I gotta run. More on Monday. Have a great weekend everybody. :)

    G+Conf

    Bonjour! Brad Moore here with the latest news and updates, live from Paris (well, as live as you can get on a non-live blog anyway)... :-) Google+ Photographer's Conference We're just a couple of weeks away from the Google+ Photographer's Conference on May 22-23 in San Francisco! Register now for your chance to participate in photo walks, live shoots, and sessions with great instructors like Guy Kawasaki, Trey Ratcliff, Peter Hurley, Alex Koloskov, and tons of others. Here are a couple of discount codes to use for registration... Use GPLUSCOMM to save $50 off registration AND get 2 free months of online training at KelbyTraining.com. Or if you're a student, use GPLUSSTUD to register for just $99 (must provide student ID)! These discount codes are valid until May 18. Leave a comment for your chance to win one free ticket to the conference! KelbyTraining.com Right on the heels of last week's new class, What's…

    11_Wiacek

    Hi folks, my name is Mike Wiacek (pronounced WHY-sek, WHY-check, or as Matt Kloskowski suggested, "WHY-check-SKI"). Unlike many of the previous guests who have been in this same position, I'm not a full time photographer, graphic designer, or insightful philosopher. I'm an engineer and manager at Google in Northern California. I grew up in Philadelphia, lived in Maryland for a few years, and then moved out to Silicon Valley. When Brad asked me if I'd like to be a guest blogger, my fingers quickly typed, "I'd love to," long before my brain could understand what my hands had done. Now before I ramble on too much, let me make a few promises about my little spiel here. I won't bore you with any technical computer jargon, apart from a brief mention of C++, HTML, and SQL, and as I only mention them in this…

    Jayparis2

    Belles femmes bonjour! [OK, I couldn't resist after my French mistake yesterday]. The crew is waiting for me in the hotel lobby, so I have to make this quick: (1) Thanks to everybody who sent questions via Twitter, G+ and Facebook yesterday for Jay during our taping. Lots of great questions, and I was rattling them off to Jay during our walk down the Champs-Élysées�yesterday. Keep those questions coming (you can post them here as comments), and I'll pose them to Jay during the day. (2) On the flight over here, I finished off my teaching outline for my class at the upcoming "Google+ Photographer's Conference this month, and I'm really excited about teaching the class. If you're going to the conference, I'll hope you'll stop by and check out my class (it's on day one). If you're not signed up yet, it's not too…

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