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  • The “Tripod Police” Take Things Up a Notch (You’re not going to believe this one!)

    May 6th, 2008  |  6 Comments

    Just when you think the intense fear of tripod’s has gone as far as it can go, this happens: Matt, RC, and I went for an early morning shoot at Grand Central Station yesterday, and each of us carried that most-hated of photographic accessory; the dreaded tripod. We had a special shooting permit to useContinue…

  • Digital Food Photography Workshop Field Report

    May 6th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    If you’re a regular here, you know I’ve been shooting food lately in preparation for my wife’s upcoming cookbook, and after looking at many of the leading food photographers, my wife and I both decided that the one guy whose work really stood out was New-York based photographer Lou Manna. I was thinking how muchContinue…

  • Catch “Larry TV” Each Week on the NAPP Member Site (or right here today, on my blog)

    May 6th, 2008  |  1 Comments

    Greetings from 37,000 feet, seat 14C, aboard jetBlue flight 23 (by the way; the legroom on jetBlue flights is really fantastic). This week I wanted to post a quick installment of NAPP News, the video update that NAPP’s Executive Director Larry Becker posts each week on the NAPP member home page. Larry launched this weeklyContinue…

  • I Love New York!

    May 5th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    My trip to New York this weekend was definitely a “Top Five” experience for me. First, I spent all day on Sunday in a “Food Shooting” workshop from one of the industry’s top food photographers, and an amazing instructor Lou Manna (author of the book, “Digital Food Photography”). I have a full field report (withContinue…

  • You Gotta See This!

    May 2nd, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Corey Barker turned me onto this amazing flash video (it’s only about 90 seconds long), at the MGM Grand web site and I have to tell you; it is absolutely just about the most amazing Flash-based promo I’ve ever seen. This should have been a SuperBowl ad (it blows most of the others away). TakeContinue…

  • Lightroom 2 and the Seven Point System

    May 2nd, 2008  |  4 Comments

    Since I released my “7-point System for Adobe Photoshop CS3″ book, I’ve had a lot of questions from Lightroom users about how to open an image processed in Lightroom as Smart Object in Photoshop. Unfortunately, that feature wasn’t available in Lightroom 1.4, so while there was a clunky workaround (which I covered earlier this yearContinue…

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