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  • Category Archives Apps

    http://youtu.be/cQxUGTpjxXA Before I get to this, I want to go on record saying that I absolutely LOVE Periscope. I think it's one of the most important Apps in years, and it does it in a way that leaves its competitors flat. In fact, last week I recorded a tutorial on how to use this new live streaming App from Twitter (available free from the App store for the iPhone), and the tutorial (above) does two things: (1) It shows you how easy it is to use the free Periscope App to view broadcasts, and make your own live broadcasts (2) In this tutorial, I snuck in a full tutorial on lighting a product shoot I do love Periscope, and it's one of those things where once you try it once, you're hooked. However, it's a 1.0 version of the app and it wouldn't take…

    Greetings from Holland (well, greetings from 33,000 feet above Holland — I'm on my way back from speaking at the Professional Imaging show in Nijkerk - awesome experience -- more on that coming soon). OK, let's talk about Periscope, a FREE app from Twitter (for IOS only at this point), that lets you broadcast live from anywhere you have a connection to the Internet and people can chat with you live (type questions), and visually experience exactly what you're seeing. It is one of the most fun social media experiences I've had. As my buddy Frank Doorhof says, "It's addictive!" Beside the educational uses (which are pretty mind-blowing by themselves), what I love about it is the immediacy — you decide to share what you're doing/seeing, etc. and bam — it's live, and people who have Periscope (or are following you on it), can…

    Morning gang (it's still morning, right?) Sorry for the late post (putting this together took way longer than expected). Those of you who follow me regularly here on the blog have seen the photographic stories I've posted over on my exposure.co account, which I think is an absolutely marvelous way to tell a story with both pictures and words (here's a link to my exposure page and you can see what I mean). Far better than any blog post. Meet Project Luca A buddy turned me onto this new iPad-based free photo storytelling app called Project Luca (it's still in Beta at this point, but you can request to try it out at getluca.com) and it has some very interesting features — including some exposure.co doesn't offer yet, so I wanted to at least give it a try, and I chose to do it…

    I can't give you my favorite iPhone 6 features, because mine hasn't come in yet, but I did makes the leap to IOS 8 this weekend and I absolutely love it! My favorite IOS update in years. So, without further ado (yes, that was ado), here are my Seven Favorite IOS Features (and some of 'em are kinda hidden, but awesome nevertheless): (1) QuickType Predictive Typing I read about this one online, and I kind of shrugged, but once I used it, it became my #1 most-favorite, how-did-I-live-without-this feature. It basically predicts with uncanny accuracy what the next word you're about to type is (based on the word you just typed and it learns the strings of what you commonly type), and it give you three choices you just tap one. OMG it works so much better than I would have imagined. It speeds…

    Here's some cool free stuff from me that you might have missed, so I thought I'd share it here in honor of it being 'Seis de Mayo' and all. ;-) (1) Download My FREE Lighting Recipes iPad App It's an App dedicated to teaching different lighting set-ups --- The cool thing is, it’s not just a couple of lighting setups… There are 13 lessons in all, showing you the finished image and production shots, a lighting diagram, and my own audio commentary so you can see how each one is set up. It's been downloaded about a bazillion times --- it's has nearly 700 reviews on the iTunes Store and it's rated 4-1/2 stars (Whoo hoo!!!). Anyway, it's free from the App store (or you can use this link). (2) Take my FREE online class on creating custom photo books in Lightroom That's right — it's…

    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…

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