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  • Category Archives Photography

    I don't usually like to start off Monday with a rant, but...it's 2010. 10 years into the 21st century. So, why is the framing industry still only making frames and mats in sizes for traditional 35mm film prints? Seriously. Most of the big camera companies stopped making film cameras years ago. Kodak itself has killed off most of their own print film as well because it's a digital photography world---yet when you go to buy a frame for your photos you are instantly teleported back to the 1990s when it comes to frame and mat sizing. Who are they making these frame sizes for? Now, I know there has to be some semi-legitimate reason for this, and I would love it if somebody from the framing industry would share that with all of us, 'cause cropping our images to fit these outdated sizes keeps…

    The gang at Adorama Camera up in New York City (the Platinum sponsors of my official World Wide Photo Walk), heard I was in town today for my Lightroom 3 Live Tour at the Javits Center, so on Sunday they invited me to lead a local Photo Walk, where we'd go out shooting for a couple of hours, and then head back to Adorama HQ for some Photoshop techniques on how to post process the images from the day. I have to say, it was my most fun Photo Walk ever, because so many amazing things happened along the way. In case it rained, as a back-up plan Adorama hired a professional model we could shoot in the studio, but as it turned out, we had great weather so she came out on location with us, and I did a session a shooting with…

    We're doing it again---Joe and I are teaming up for a hands-on photography workshop down in the Caribbean on the amazing tropical island of St. Lucia, and you're invited to come a spend a week with us in paradise. If you've ever dreamed of being a part of Joe's "Hot Shoe Lighting Workshop" this is your chance (I'm there once again as his guest instructor, and we wrap up the week with my Lightroom training, but I'll be there with you, shooting and learning from Joe right alongside you). The workshop is limited to just 12 students, and for those lucky photographers, it will be a week they will never forget, held at a resort like few on earth---the Anse Chastanet resort and Jade Mountain---ranked one of the top resorts in the world. When I saw it last year (that's my room at Jade…

    My bestselling Book/DVD combo: Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes Lighting Techniques, is now available as both an iPad and iPhone App from the iTunes Store. The cool thing is: the App is only $9.95, and includes all the same videos and content. One of the reviewers on iTunes wrote this about the App: "His technique of showing the shot, and then breaking it down how he did it, is very productive. The narrative is fun, not dry. $10 for pro instruction on lighting is a deal, the price of some digital photography magazines." Anyway, if you'd like to check it out, you can find it right here. Thanks to my Publisher, Peachpit Press who developed the App and got it out there. They really did a great job with it, and I'm super psyched to have it available both as a App, and…

    I hope you'll come and spend the day with me in New York on Monday learning all the cool new stuff in Lightroom 3. I just kicked the tour off in Ft. Lauderdale on Monday (had over 400 photographers there for the day, and we had a blast). I can't tell you how many people came up to me during the day, who didn't have Lightroom at all yet, but were just blown away by what it could do. It's really the kind of day that can change everything for your workflow, so I hope you can make it if you're up that way. It's only $99 for the full day of training (including my step-by-step workbook), or just $79 if you're a NAPP member. Here's the link with all the details. Hope I'll get to see you in person at the Javits Center…

    .....and I have nothing to show for it. Well, there was this one photo that somehow wound up on my camera: Yup, that's what happens when you (a) let Joe McNally come on vacation with you, and (b) one night you leave your camera on the dining room table. I should have known better. There were 15 of us (my entire family, my brother in law and his family, my brother Jeff, my friends Jim Workman, Jean Kenda, and their son Kevin, and Joe McNally and his wife Annie). We were all there simply on vacation, and during the trip we'd be celebrating my 50th birthday. Despite the fact that I have absolutely nothing to show photographically from my entire trip, I had a ball from beginning to end. First, I didn't work a lick the entire time. My photo assistant Brad Moore covered…

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