Lightroom 3 beta features

Tweet Lightroom 3 has been out for awhile now and I have to say from the use I have had so far it’s a pretty stable piece of software for a Beta version. For any of you who haven’t downloaded Lightroom 3 Beta yet you can download it from Adobe’s site here: Lightroom 3 download. I have used it off and on for the last months but haven’t been able to use it extensively yet. Next week i’ll be digging in and...

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Apple and how they can help your photography business

Tweet OK, I know what you are thinking, not a Mac vs. PC debate. Don’t worry even though I am a huge Apple fan I am not going to talk about the benefits of their computers (at least not today). But rather how we can all take a look at the brand they have created recently and how some principles can apply towards our own business. As I sat down today to watch the Apple special event play out over live blogs on the internet I kept...

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Photo of the week 1-26-10

Tweet Most of my favorite shots usually revolve around one of two things: 1) Capturing the moment and the raw essence of someone 2) Light, light, light. There are so many beautiful characteristics of light, from morning to evening light and even artificial light. When at a shoot I sometimes get captivated by the light and totally change gears. This weeks shot of the week is from a recent wedding shoot. The light was about an hour from...

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DSLR Video, fusion photography coming soon

Tweet Thanks everyone who filled out our poll earlier, Do you plan on adding DSLR Video to your photo business. This is something I have been thinking about for awhile and will post some insights into why later this week. The majority of you who voted said you were either curious about it but not sure or would like to shoot video but still learning how to shoot/process video. So over the next few months I am going to do something...

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10 great examples of Light painting photography

Tweet As a follow up to the article we did on “Long exposure photos“, I wanted to share some awesome examples of light painting. Light painting is the process of leaving your shutter open for a long period of time and “painting” in what you want to expose with a light (can be as simple as a flashlight) Light painting can come in many different forms, sometimes it is used to highlight certain parts of a building...

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