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  • Monthly Archives April 2014

    Photo by Scott Kelby, just before we hit the streets of Ybor City to shoot for an upcoming book last week PHOTOGRAPHING 98ROCKFEST This past Friday, I had the opportunity to photograph a local radio show, 98ROCKFEST at one of Tampa's largest venues, Tampa Bay Times Forum. It was a fun night of photographing a familiar band, one I wasn't familiar with and ended up loving, and trying to keep up with the headliner. CHEVELLE First up was Chevelle, a band that I had shot once previously, so I was familiar with their stage energy and had a pretty good idea of what to expect. They're energetic without moving around too much, so it's easy to focus on one person at a time (especially there's only three guys in the band). But they still have some good expressions, so it's easy to show emotion…

    Yesterday afternoon I was on location shooting some long exposure black and white (well, I was shooting in color with the intention of converting to black and white later) and I thought I'd share an iPhone App that has made finding out exactly how long to keep your shutter open an absolute no-brainer. It's called ND Timer and you just tell it three things: (1) What your current shutter speed is (before you put your ND filter on your lens) (2) How many stops your ND filter is (like a 3-stop, 4-stop, 10-stop, etc.) (3) If you're stacking more than one ND Filter on top of another you tap the "Stack Filter" button then let it know the number of stops of your 2nd ND filter Instantly it tells you exactly how long to leave your shutter open, and it even has a built-in…

    I get asked this question a lot (well, not exactly the $1,000 amount -- it's based on the person asking the question's budget -- sometimes it's $1,200, sometimes it's $800 so I went with something in the middle). As an educator, my first thought is always "the answer is education!" (if all you have is a hammer, every problem looks like a nail, right?), and I will include some education in my recommendations, but when it comes to portraiture there surely are a few things you could pick up that would have an immediate impact if (here's the gotcha) you learn how to use them (there's that education thing again). OK, here are some ideas for your portraiture shopping spree: A Westcott 5-in-1 Diffuser It costs just $29.90 yet it's probably got the most bang-for-the-buck of anything on this list. The four reflectors that…

    (1) A little girl really needs our help If you saw "The Grid" this week, you heard us talk about SavingEliza.com -- a site where photographers have banded together to sell prints of their work to help raise money to save a darling little 4-year-old girl who is suffering from a degenerative genetic disease called Sanfilippo syndrome. It's a heartbreaking story but take a moment to watch this video about Eliza and her disease (there is a cure, but it is incredibly expensive). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0IY8qG7J-I My friend, UK-based photographer and teacher Glyn Dewis let me know about this project, and following in his footsteps I added one of my images (see the red arrow above) to the fund-raising, life-saving project (each photographer pledges to raise $1,000 from the sale of their prints). I hope you'll consider picking up one of my prints, or any of the…

    The HDR Book, 2nd Edition by RC Concepcion Congratulations to RC Concepcion on the second edition of his book, The HDR Book, making it as high as #663 in the Amazon Best Sellers list for ALL books!! To celebrate, we're going to give away free signed copies to three lucky people. Leave a comment for your chance to win, and you can also go buy your copy from Amazon or Barnes & Noble, or pick up a signed copy from the KelbyOne Store! The Art of Digital Photography with Joe McNally Join Mia McCormick as she sits down with Joe McNally for an inspirational hour of conversation that spans Joe’s 30 year career in The Art of Digital Photography: The Inspirational Series with Joe McNally. Joe has always strived to use his photographic vision to convey the emotionality and visceral impact of his experiences to…

    I'm originally from Slovenia but I've lived and worked in the United Arab Emirates since 1991. My background is in architectural visualization and illustration. For almost 2 decades, I worked in the Emirates, one of the fastest growing countries in the world, and work was never scarce. I specialized in the creation of photo-realistic, computer generated renderings of master developments, buildings and interiors. Examples of the 3D CG architectural visualization workflow, 2007 Somewhere around 2005, many real estate developers started to outsource architectural renderings and animations to companies in Asian countries where they managed to get about half the quality I was offering for about 1/10th of the price. Needless to say, getting new projects became hard. In 2008, the economy collapsed overnight. Real estate developments were suddenly frozen. Nobody dared to launch new projects and with that, the business of 3D walkthroughs and…

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