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This week Kerry and David talk to the Orange County Photography team of Jeff and Dana Sipper of Sipper Photography. The main focus of the conversation is a followup to last week’s brief answer to how to work with groups and families to get groups of people to look their best.
Kerry talks to Mike Wong from OnOne Software about their newest releases of their popular plugins for Photoshop (and now for Lightroom).
Mike talks about the possible future for plugins and for OnOne Software and hints at possible tools for the Apple iPhone and for dealing with video from new cameras such as the Nikon D90 and the Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
Kerry and David talk to Ron Henry from Blackrapid about the R-Strap camera strap. We find out about the new RS4 version and Ron offers to give one away to a lucky listener.
To be entered to win the contest, you need to visit the BlackRapid website and find out the position in the company that Milo has. When you have found the answer, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “BlackRapid Contest” and let us know your answer.
If you are even considering making money from photography, even as a small side business, then you need to read Dane Sanders’ Fast Track Photographer. Dane was featured on a recent podcast and shared some real insight into the market and where we are heading.
Dane’s book, Fast Track Photographer, is designed to help you find yourself and where you fit into the market. Along with the book is the pDNA Assesement which is a tool to help you figure out your strengths and weaknesses and provides useful guides for improvement.
This week we have a special guest, the vivacious Scarlett Lillian who has gained tons of notoriety recently with her upbeat and punchy style. We talk with Scarlett about her transition from video to photography, how she found inspiration, her gear, her workflow, business, and much more.
We think there is a little something for everyone in this interview and hope you enjoy it as much as we did recording it. Please stop by her site and let her know if you enjoyed listening to her.
Let’s face it, Adobe seriously dropped the ball on watermarking within Lightroom. Many of us got hints about potential new watermarking features for Lightroom 2.0 but were disappointed when there was nothing added. For many of us, Lightroom is the tool that we use for 90%+ of our workflow including prepping images for use on the web so the last thing we want to do is run some action in Photoshop or have to run an additional application to apply watermarks which reduces the image quality because the jpeg image has to be saved a second time.
I have been wanting to write this article for some time now… ever since I received a really bad fake SandDisk Ultra II Compact Flash card a few years back. After doing some research online, I found a few others that were getting the same crap cards from their online purchases.
Las Vegas, NV â€” September 4, 2008 (Photoshop World, Booth #321) â€” Nik Software today announced the latest version of its popular Sharpener Pro photographic plug-in for use with AdobeÂ® PhotoshopÂ® and AppleÂ® Apertureâ„¢. Designed for professionals and photo enthusiasts, Sharpener Pro 3.0 is the most advanced and powerful sharpening solution for photographers, eliminating the guesswork typically required for achieving superior and consistent results.
We knew when we sat down to write this review that many of your would be sitting there thinking that the guys at the Dojo had totally lost it if all they can come up with for a product review is a simple camera strap. In all seriousness, we have appealed to every company we know to come up with a better camera strap. The two main issues we have are comfort for shooting all day long and the security that your camera won’t fall off your shoulder.
I have been a fan of Wolverine products for almost four years now and my trusty Wolverine FlashPac was in need of an upgrade. Not that the FlashPac didn’t do it’s job, its just that it was pretty slow and didn’t have a display that could be used to view the images. Without hesitation I turned back to Wolverine to see what they had available and I found the new ESP Digital Photo Album and Multimedia Player.
While the odds of ever recovering a lost camera or memory card are probably still less than your odds of winning the lottery or getting struck by lightning, a new site offers a glimmer of hope and has helped almost a dozen people recover their lost memories already. If you have found a memory card or camera, please go to IFoundYourCamera.net and post some information and pictures from the camera and hopefully someone who lost it will be able to recover their lost treasures.