Monthly archive for January2010

Weekly Wednesday Favorites | Personal Projects

Weekly Wednesday Favorites | Personal Projects

So I am late with the post, but I am posting! Earlier today I had about 1 hour to photograph 20 people separately. The goal was to capture each person uniquely, with some character and personality. We had a great time and we were successful!…

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Photography Resources | Strobist

Photography Resources | Strobist

The internets (haha) are filled with tons and tons of photography resources. Just like anything else, you take the bad with the good. Sometimes it takes a while to wade through the bad to get to the good stuff, so I am going to save…

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Help for Haiti | Photography Workshop with John Craig and David Burke

Help for Haiti | Photography Workshop with John Craig and David Burke

(Picture courtesy of CNN) John Craig and I have decided to donate 100% of the last 3 seats available to our workshop to Help the people of Haiti. It is times like these when we realize how truly blessed we are. My heart goes out…

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Tech Tip Thursday | Matching your Prints to your iMac Display

Tech Tip Thursday | Matching your Prints to your iMac Display

   One thing that I have always disliked about Digital Photography is the lack of prints that I have made (personal prints). When Digital first came out, I thought, ‘Great! Now I won’t have 35 bad prints to throw away and keep the one that…

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iPhone Photography | Weekly Wednesday Favorites | Lonely Tree

iPhone Photography | Weekly Wednesday Favorites | Lonely Tree

I took this picture with my iPhone, while I was in Africa and then processed it using the iPhone application Camera Bag. I used the Helga effect. I love using my iPhone camera and available apps to take pictures and tweak them a bit. It…

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