Monthly Archives: October 2012

Another interesting lens

No, I am not a out to get rid of my 18-200 VR II for this lens. But if I still had my 18-105, this would have definitely been the one. Again, Nikon appears to have mastered the required. I … Continue reading

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About the new Nikon 70-200 f/4 VR II

Nikon just announced a new 70-200 lens. No, not a replacement for the drooling 70-200 f/2.8 lens. A number of things are interesting about it, as notes Moose Peterson on his blog. First, it is cheaper by $1000. Second, it is lighter. … Continue reading

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Wedding photography cheat sheet

Another easy to read cheat sheet from Digital Camera World. Free wedding photography cheat sheet | Digital Camera World.

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Wildlife photography cheat sheet

I just discovered a series of cheat sheets from Digital Camera World. Basic, but good starting points and easy to read. The first that I am sharing is the wildlife photography cheat sheet.

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20 Essential Techniques for Adobe Lightroom 4 | Pixiq

Another great ebook. Simple to the point and very informative. Get it while it still has a promo code :-). 20 Essential Techniques for Adobe Lightroom 4 | Pixiq.

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Another Posing Guide

It all about creating movement! The Posing Guide l Dayton Cincinnati Ohio Photographer.

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Corporate Portrait Photography

The folks at PictureCorrect have this interesting short video tutorial on corporate portrait photography. Although the particular style showcased in this video is not mine, I understand that it is after all the customer’s choice. I recently did this shoot of … Continue reading

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