Playing with a Blue-Screen

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In the last year or so I’ve found it would be useful to have a quick setup for doing a blue screen. A lot of my website clients have a need to record some video to be overlayed on top of pictures or video, so I decided to try several different lighting techniques to get the best results when trying …

Weekend Goals

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I have decided that I will try and take photos or shoot video every weekend for posting on this blog. During the week it seems as though I have moments of inspiration where I come up with a cool idea, but then each day is so busy that I never get a chance to implement it. So, I’ll be writing …

Testing Remote App

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The folks at onOne Software designed an app for the iPhone and iPod touch that can control your tethered Canon or Nikon DSLR remotely. I decided to install the Lite version of the program and give it a quick try. Only a slight delay from when I hit “fire” on the app to when the camera actually fires (the time …

Less Is More

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I have been following a few blogs that encourage other photographers to get creative in their free time and try to look at taking pictures in a different way. They are continually emphasizing that better equipment will not help you take better pictures, and I agree completely. The gear that you really need is already with you….filling the space between …