- Dec 4th, 2008 | 1 Comments
I’m teaching my Lightroom Live Tour in Los Angeles today, so I’m just going to do a quick Q&A to address some things that happened earlier this week regarding my post on the introduction and pricing of the Nikon D3x. Here we go: Q. First, did Douglas Sonders Guest Blog yesterday kick major butt orContinue…
- Dec 1st, 2008 | 3 Comments
Although the word slipped out late last week, now it’s official; Nikon has announced its 24.5-megapixel monster (and in mean that in a good way); the Nikon D3X (photo above courtesy of Nikon). For all the details (beyond sheer megapixels), click here.
- Nov 14th, 2008 | 0 Comments
That’s right folks, it’s time for this year’s ultimate holiday guide to the nothing but the coolest photography and Photoshop gear for the photo freak on your holiday list. The online version of my Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide is now available over at LayersMagazine.com. Happy Shopping!
- Nov 3rd, 2008 | 1 Comments
…and a couple of bug fixes, too! Here’s a list (from Nikon’s support site) of what’s included in this free downloadable update, which was released on Friday: The Highlights playback option has been moved from Display Mode > Basic photo info > Highlights in tthe playback menu to Display mode > Detailed photo info >Continue…
- Oct 3rd, 2008 | 8 Comments
I started writing this post earlier in the week—-right after my Chicago Bears vs. Philly sideline shoot, and I hadn’t had a chance to finish it, but last night I shot the USF #10 ranked Bulls vs. Pitt from the sidelines, so I thought I’d go ahead and finish off the week with it (theContinue…
- Aug 22nd, 2008 | 4 Comments
This week, Westcott introduced the brightest fluorescent bulbs yet for their popular Spiderlite TD-5 studio lights. I got a chance to work with these in the past few weeks, and these new brighter bulbs just make a huge difference (they give you at least a full-stop more light). The bulbs themselves are only about 30%Continue…
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