Monthly archive for October2009

Creative Rut Anyone?

Creative Rut Anyone?

Creative Rut, Burned Out, Spent, Stuck, etc… Call it whatever you want, when you are in the business of being creative it happens. Look around, the good thing is, that you are not alone. Zack Arias made a video (“Transform”) for Scott Kelby‘s Guest Post…

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Nikon Learn and Explore iPhone and Nikon 35 1.8 lens

Nikon Learn and Explore iPhone and Nikon 35 1.8 lens

My good friend John Pascarella of The Brand Studio, tuned me into another iPhone app today (yes, just what I need… Another distraction!) From Nikon. It is the Learn and Explore app. Right off the bat, it is titled perfectly. There are How-to articles, images…

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Megapixels, Schmegapixels | Viewing Distance | A post for the pixel peepers

Megapixels, Schmegapixels | Viewing Distance | A post for the pixel peepers

Yesterday, during the Steelers vs. Viking games, LaMarr Woodley had a beautiful fumble recovery that he ran into the end zone for a touchdown. It was gorgeous! I was excited for the game and it also brought back the memory of photographing LaMarr in my…

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Advice – Excerpts and Link to a great post.

Advice – Excerpts and Link to a great post.

A good friend of mine referred me to some beautiful B&W film photography, so of course I peaked around a bit. I always love to learn more about the artist when I am drawn to their work. The photographer is Cheryl Jacobs Nicolai. Her B&W…

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Zooms vs. Prime Lenses | What is the difference?

Zooms vs. Prime Lenses | What is the difference?

What do you shoot with – Zoom lenses or Prime Lenses? Zoom Lens – Covers a flexible focal range, ie 14-24mm, 24-70mm, 70-200mm Prime Lens – Covers a FIXED focal Length, ie. 35mm, 50mm, 85mm I think the majority of shooters choose zooms because of…

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