Check out this quick “helicopter fly-over” of my seminar
The folks from IntelligentUAS & DJI Innovations were at my seminar on Friday in Washington DC and did a flyover of the seminar crowd using a DJI Phantom (with Zenmuse H3-2D and GoPro Hero 3+). I love that overhead video view. Too cool!
I’m on my way, today!
I’m teaching my “Shoot Like a Pro” Seminar there tomorrow at the Hynes Convention Center. Over 500 Boston-area photographers have already signed up, and if you want to come too, it’s not too late: Here’s the link: http://bit.ly/14bAUDJ
Next Stop: New York City on Thursday, November 14th.
I’ll be back for “The Grid” on Wednesday
I’m heading home right after my seminar on Tuesday, so I’ll be back for live airing of “The Grid” on Wednesday. Matt had a really good topic for this week….I just wish I could remember what it was, but I do remember thinking, “Man, that would make a great topic!” so make sure you tune in to see if I was right (LOL!). It’s this Wednesday at 4:00 pm ET (New York Time) at http://www.kelbytv.com/thegrid
What will photography look like 10 years from now?
PC Magazine did a nice write-up on the Photo Plus Expo industry panel I was part of on Wednesday night where we tackled that very question. Here’s a link if you’ve got a sec: http://bit.ly/1g3BbNi
Here’s one for Lightroom users
I get a bunch of questions about managing your images and folders in Lightroom, and Matt just did a really great, short, to the point video about it in his “Lightroom Killer Tips” show, and I included it right here (above).
Don’t Miss Wednesday’s Guest Blog
This week, we welcome Washington DC-based photographer John Harrington, and he has some really pragmatic business advice for photographers on working within a client’s budget (and determining what that budget really is). It’s a really insightful post and you don’t’ want to miss it this Wednesday right here.
That’s it for Monday. I’m off to Boston, and I hope I’ll get the chance to meet you there! Cheers (no Boston pun intended). ;-)
Is it Tuesday yet? I bet that this seminar will be wicked pissah (as we say in Boston). See you tomorrow!
Indeed it will be John. I saw the seminar in Arlington, TX. Money and hours extremely well spent!
I think some of those predictions are premature. And it would be sad as craftsmanship continues to be whittled away in this world. EVFs are great but they are not akin to film->digital. More likely the camera of the future is a connected and modular camera that works with internet services and other tools and is more easily programmable by the user.
I had to look up graphene since I never had heard of it. This looks promising.
Just picked up a couple GoPro 3+ units a few weeks ago. I like the free software that comes with it, and it works on any video! I’d love to have a copter!
Hey I like the Photoshop job you done on that American Road sign in the pic below the YouTube video link ;-)!