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  • Category Archives Nikon D-Town

    When I ran that video from Larry Becker yesterday, I totally hadn't thought of the fact that you might not be able to buy those outside the US (I had to laugh at myself after reading some of the comments), so I decided to run another one of his clips. Now, although this isn't a "hand-gun" related video, after watching it I'm kind of worried about how easy it will be to find this workaround in other countries as well (expect maybe Cuba and Japan). ;-)

    On Monday we're broadcasting a special LIVE Cyber Monday episode of our free weekly show for DSLR users---D-Town TV, from the floor of B&H Photo's store in New York City. Watch the video above for all the details, but I can you'll we'll have special guests, and lots of tips, plus a live tour of the most amazing photography store in the world that will make you lose your mind. When: This Coming Monday (Cyber Monday) at 2:30 pm EST Where: Here's the link to watch it live!!! Plus, you can send in your questions during the live broadcast to have them answered live on the show! What if you can't watch it live? We'll post it afterward so you can catch all the festivities.

    Hi Gang: I'm happy to announce that the weekly show for DSLR Shooters: D-Town TV (hosted by me and Matt Kloskowski) is back for Season 3 (right on time, which is somewhat a miracle unto itself), and our first episode is packed to the gills with cool new stuff. Here's what's in the first episode of Season 3: - I kick things off with three great tips for beginners on getting sharp shots in low light situations - Moose Peterson is back to show us how to use a gimbal tripod head for shooting moving subjects - Matt talks about the mode and setting switches on both Canon and Nikon 70-200mm lenses - Top Pro Wedding photographer Cliff Mautner shows a tip for getting great edge lighting on location - I share a really handy accessory for you off-camera flash shooters, called "Sticky Filters"…

    I wanted to run this week's episode of D-Town TV (The weekly show for all DSLR users---it's not just a Nikon only show anymore), here because I wanted to add something that I would have liked to have been included in the show, and also because it's so timely with the Indy shoot that I wound up doing earlier this week. In the first part of the show, I talk about a Panning technique to show motion in sports photography, and I got a lot of really positive feedback about the piece, but I wish I had gotten some examples to the video crew before the show aired (totally my fault, by the way), so I'm going to show them here instead: Above: Here's a throw-away shot from last year. With a fast shutter speed, the car is sharp, but it's also frozen, so…

    When I was in The Netherlands last week, I can't tell you how people I ran into that watch on one of our podcasts, but one guy I met told me although he sees me each week on Photoshop User TV, he said he doesn't watch me on D-Town TV (the weekly show for DSLR users) because he's a Canon shooter. I let him know that D-Town TV isn't just a Nikon-only this season, and that we not only include Canon gear, but we've changed the focus of the show from one that covers which button does what, to more of a general show about digital photography, and how to "get the shot." I told him we that now we have lots of location shoots, and guest photographers, along with some inspiration in each show, and he told he didn't realize that the show…

    About a month ago we launched KelbyTV.com, a new home for all the video shows we produce each week, so folks would have a central location to find all our shows right online. Last week I mentioned that Dave Cross has launched his own new weekly Podcast called “Ask Dave” and now NAPP News (hosted by Larry Becker)  has joined the channel. The full list of weekly shows on KelbyTV.com include: Photoshop User TV D-Town TV Layers TV Lightroom Killer Tips Photoshop Killer Tips Ask Dave NAPP News Of course, you can subscribe to all of these shows using Apple’s iTunes, and watch them right on your iPhone, iPod Touch, etc. Here’s a direct link (make sure you catch the new episode of D-Town, with special in-studio guest Joe McNally).

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