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  • Category Archives Photography

    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…

    Above: It was pitch dark when we got there, and we were all in position just before sunrise. Hi Gang: Right before I headed up to Photoshop World in Atlanta earlier this month, I got a chance to shoot the US Navy's famous Blue Angels parked on the flight line at dawn (I was speaking the following day the annual ISAP Summit (the International Society of Aviation Photographers and they took a group of their members along with Pete Collins and me, out to shoot the jets at dawn). Above: Once the sun came up, I got down low and hid the sun behind the tail wings. I shared a couple of these on Facebook and Twitter, etc., but I realized last night I had never shared them here, so here ya go. These were all shot with a Canon 1Dx using either a 24-70mm lens,…

    Big, big App news today for KelbyOne subscribers as we've just released a major update to the KelbyOne App for IOS, and it includes the #1 most-requested feature by our members: the ability to take a class "off-line" so you can watch it on a flight, or during a commute, or any time you don't have access to wireless. This new version has already been released (along with a bunch of other happy new features), and it's available free to KelbyOne Subscribers from App Store for iPad. Oh I can't believe this day is finally here -- we have an Android version! Well, technically our Android version is available to download as a BETA version (meaning you can download it, try it out, and give us feedback now since it's not "fully baked" quite yet). To download the Android version Beta, just go to…

    http://youtu.be/ymi4v-A49ss Last week, while we were all at Photoshop World, the always amazing Karen Hutton released an interview she did with me on her show "The Chat" and of all the interviews I've ever done, a lot of folks have told me this was the most revealing. I wouldn't' know, because I haven't been able to bring myself to watch the interview because of something that happened to me during the interview as it went to a place I was not expecting, or prepared to go. Anyway, I shared it on social last week when she posted it, but I wanted to share it here with my readers who have been with me for so long because we've all been through a lot together here on the blog. Here's how Karen described the interview: "...It was a revelation; so moving, so deep, heartfelt and…

    I posted some of my favorite images from the race, and the story behind them, over at Exposure.so -- if you've got a minute, here's the link.  What I didn't post… ...were the shots I never got to take because quite honestly, I kinda blew my game plan for covering this race by biting off way more than I could chew. Anytime I'm covering an event, shooting sports, planning a complex location shoot, or even shooting a wedding, I start by coming up with a game plan based on what I want to come away with. It starts with the equipment I think I'll need, and in this case it was a pretty simple set-up: > Two bodies (I want to switch lenses as little as is humanly possible, so I'll be carrying two bodies) > Three lenses (1) My main lens would be a…

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