Molly Wood over at C|Net asked me to put the 13″ MacBook Pro (Retina) through its paces from the perspective of a professional Photographer — was it beefy enough?
I had a blast participating in a Google+ Hangout with comedian Conan O’Brien. This was the first time I’ve ever had a chance to actually “interact” with a celebrity comedian and it was fun.
The TWiT Photo folks asked me to come on the show to shoot the breeze with host Sarah Lane, and fellow photographer Derrick Story.
In this interview, I have an in-depth chat with John Pozadzides (aka John P). Not only is he a SEO Ninja, but he also runs a company that aims to bring REALTIME web traffic analytics to your website or blog.
On the weekend of Feb 19, 2010, we conducted the first TWiP Weekend Workshop – in Joshua Tee, CA. And what an amazing time it was!
The folks over at Peachpit Press saw how many folks entered my first book give-away contest — so they kicked down a few (TEN!) more for me to hand out!
Photographers covering a disasters like Haiti, Katrina, 9/11, the southern California fires, etc. have to ask themselves – when is it appropriate to put the camera down and help your fellow man? Or, is documenting the situation, and helping with your skills behind the camera – documenting history, the correct course of action?
What an amazing year 2009 was. I had the privilege of interviewing some of the most talented people in the photography industry.
Thanks to some inspiration from Trey Ratcliff after interviewing him for TWiP, and reading his book A World in HDR, I decided to see what all the fuss is about and give this technique a try for myself.
I have several really good photography books on my desk that I either have multiples of, or have already finished reading. So, in the spirit of holiday giving, I’d like to give four of them away! So how do you get one?
John Philpin is the Chief Marketing Officer of the company, and in this interview he talks about some of the problems facing photographers today, how a new pricing structure deals with many of the cost objections photographers have voiced.
A quick review covering two of my favorite iPhone digital photography apps.
The last TWiP/SmugMug event was a smashing success. The previous two photo shoots I organized were sold out, and as I was conducting the last event, I noticed that the attendees *really* wanted to shoot too — but I was hogging the model.
I recently had the honor of sitting down to record this audio interview (via Skype) with author/photographer David duChemin. David is one of those “next generation” photographers that “gets it”.
I first had the pleasure of meeting Katrin at the last PhotoPlus Expo in NYC where she gave an outstanding talk demonstrating Lightroom tips and techniques. I was really impressed at her uncanny ability to relate to, and inform an audience while keeping things light-hearted and candid.
After dropping out of sight for several months, Liana Lehua, photographer, blogger, writer and host of GirlsGoneGeek has reemerged. As it turns out, she’s been dealing with HIV/AIDS, and over the past year or so has been working to get things under control in order to continue doing cool things.
I’ve spoken at length about my stance on digital manipulation on the This Week in Photography (TWiP) podcast. On the show we banter about the topic, but in this quick video I explain how I really feel about it.
I recently did some remodeling to my home and wanted some art (other than photography) to put on the walls. I wanted a piece that reflected my personality, you know – kind of whacky, colorful, and oh yea, it had to have an element of photography in it.