January 24, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 145

This week, Bruce is excited about having potentially sold his first large format canvas print,
which led to a bit of a discussion about marketing ideas for limited edition fine art works,
tales of woe over how our listeners killed the server after the Joe McNally epiosde was released,
Joe’s video confession,
Bruce’s lens dilemma,
and getting together for a photowalk with your local fellow photographers.


August 2, 2009

Shutters Inc – episode 133

This week, David Elfering reminds us of some of the bargains that can be had on Ebay with regards to slightly older digital SLR’s,
Jim Rockewll chimed in on the ‘business stationery design’ topic with a reminder to leave some white space in your design, as well as a request for the donation button to be returned to audio2u.com (working on that, Jim),
a bit of a chat about our family holiday down the south coast (oh, and I will state here that I mistakenly claimed that the shot of Max and Aztec in the early morning light was SOOC… I realised after we had recorded that I had in fact touched up the contrast in Lightroom),
some discussion about using off-camera flash in bright daylight and the potential drawbacks thereof,
plus why having all the best camera gear whn you’re just learning is not always a good thing (the School of Hard Knocks has its advantages).


July 28, 2009

Sunrise panorama revisited

Filed under: Building the Pod,Panorama,Shutters Inc,Sine Language,Tabourie Lake — Bruce Williams @ 22:08

OK, here it is, as promised.
A slightly reworked version with the horizon straightened (photoshop made some weird decisions when it overlapped the various component images), and some subtle cloning across the waves to try and smooth out the irregularities there.

Sunrise panorama - v2

Sunrise panorama - v2


July 27, 2009

Some more shots from Tabourie Lake

Filed under: Building the Pod,Shutters Inc,Sine Language,Tabourie Lake — Bruce Williams @ 13:09