04 May, 2011 | Posted by: st
EXCEPTIONAL LIGHTING PHOTOGRAPHY
-- Marc Silber: “I recently had the pleasure of meeting up with David Hobby who is the master of small strobes and author of the blog Strobist
. What follows is a transcript of some of his tips from our video together. http://www.silberstudios.tv/blog/2011/04/photography-tips-from-david-hobby-for-exceptional-lighting/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+SilberStudios+%28Silber+Studios%29
Lets You Do Some Lightrooming On Your iPad. If you like to manage your photos on your iPad but prefer Lightroom’s rich feature set to iPhoto or Aperture, meet Photosmith, an app for the iPad that allows you to do all of your Lightroom organizing, rotating, sorting, metadata editing, labeling and keywording.
NIKON ANNOUNCES THE NIKOR 50MM F/1.8G
-- The folks at Nikon call the new Nikor 50mm f/1.8G the "evolution of a classic." It's fast, compact and inexpensive, and Nikon believes that it's going to be a standard
for photographers moving forward.
PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 9
-- digitalcamerareview: “Photoshop Elements has long been synonymous with image editing on PCs and Macs. In fact, if you ask most average consumers say they use “Photoshop” on their computers what they really mean is Photoshop Elements.
Abode launched a refresh of the software late last year with new features for Photoshop Elements 9 ($79.99). Let’s take a closer look at this latest update.
Joe Farace: “Going Out To Photograph? Bring A Strap
–The neck strap is part of the camera’s basic equipment and fulfills the important role of protecting the camera from being dropped. While you may protest, “this would never happen to me,” I saw it happen twice
during a workshop I was teaching in Montana." http://photofocus.com/2011/04/30/going-out-to-photograph-bring-a-strap/
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