On Photography

  • Your Photography Portfolio Questions

    Feb 3rd, 2009  |  32 Comments

    Yesterday’s post about portfolio reviews raised a lot of questions about size, shape, look, content, etc., and I wanted to address a couple of those here, but before I do I want to reprint a comment posted yesterday by Jeff Revell (of PhotoWalkPro.com), in response to the question, “…. can [you] give us some insightContinue…

  • The Best Thing I’ve Done for My Photography In The Past Year

    Feb 2nd, 2009  |  14 Comments

    So last week Joe McNally was down here at the Kelby Training Studios recording a new online class, and between tapings I asked Joe if he would mind sitting down with me for a few minutes to give me a portfolio review (gulp!). This wasn’t my first portfolio review with Joe; he had given meContinue…

  • Monday News Quickies from the Photoshop Insider

    Feb 2nd, 2009  |  10 Comments

    Happy Monday everybody! Sunday Was Super! OK, so this first thing has nothing to do Photoshop, but I’ve got to share it; a good friend of mine hooked me, and my best buddy Dave Moser up with Super Bowl Tickets. Not just Super Bowl tickets; but Club Seats on the 45 yard line!!!! (Believe me;Continue…

  • Modernbook Gallery Features Julieanne Kost’s Work

    Jan 30th, 2009  |  15 Comments

    I just learned this week that our friend, photographer, artist, Adobe evangelist, and Photoshop Hall of Famer Julieanne Kost is featured in an exhibition of her work (made famous in her highly acclaimed book, “Window Seat“) at the Modernbook Gallery in Palo Alto, California. Her exhibition called “In Flight” is featured along with the exhibitionContinue…

  • The “Dave Hill Look” Revisted, Part One

    Jan 19th, 2009  |  91 Comments

    The image above is from a promo shoot I did last week for rapper “10 Minute” and I wanted to apply a “Dave Hill” like look to the images, but I cheated—I used a plug-in. (click on it for a much larger view). Now, let me say this up front: From the research I’ve done,Continue…

  • Quick Tip for Nikon Sports Shooters

    Dec 30th, 2008  |  16 Comments

    If you’re shooting sports with a Nikon D3, D700 or D300, you’re probably shooting fairly often in high-speed continuous mode, so you want the best performance (most number of frames per second) possible. Well, if you’re shooting with a VR (Vibration Reduction) lens, once your shutter speed gets above 1/500 of a second, you shouldContinue…

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