Monday, November 9, 2009
my blog is now moving to Wordpress starting Wednesday . The url is www.geraldfaisonophoto.wordpress.com. update ur links please.
Posted by Gerald at Monday, November 09, 2009
Wednesday, November 4, 2009
Today I found a new tethered shooting option for use in Lightroom. Its made by Mountain Storm. It allows you to manually control you camera and it imports the file directly into Lightroom. The best part is it works for Nikon and Canon cameras. Its also free! You can download it here.
In photojournalism class we had to go out and shoot a feature assignment. I decided to the local skate park in Mountain Park of Lilburn, GA. Here was my selection for the assignment.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Remember that old McDonalds commercial that had Micheal Jordan and Larry Bird get into competition over a Big Mac:
Well here is a photographers take on that featuring legends Joe McNally and Scott Kelby:
Today I found a great article about starting up a photo business on prophotolife.com . It focuses on starting up for less than $2000 and on what equipment could get you by and make you some money. It can be found here.
Monday, November 2, 2009
Recently on the "Ask the Photographer" blog I found an article on Dustin Snipes post processing of recent assignment for Sports Illustrated . The shoot was of over 70 of the top high school basketball prospects. He had to shoot it two days and only had the hotel as his shooting location. The images are great and he didn't do whole lot of photoshopping to them. They are lit well and mostly burned and dodged . The article is here.
A few years ago I was looking through the Sportshooter.com web site and found who is now one of my absolute favorite sports photographer Dustin Snipes. I first saw his work as it was critiqued to the 2006 Best Student Portfolio. The year before he was a runner up in the competition. See his work here.
Since I've been using lights I'm always thinking of different ways to set them up for different effects for my photography. I recently found this video from Snapfactory.com owner\photographer Mark Wallace about different lighting arrangements.