September 20, 2009
This week, SI comes to you from the old Victorian river town of Echuca, located on the Murray River (which forms the state boarder between Victoria and New South Wales).
Recorded after one day of a 2 day photogrpahic workshop. The usual suspects talk about all aspects of the workshop, photograhy, working with models, lighting, you name it.
August 2, 2009
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).
February 15, 2009
Yep, 2 weeks in a row!
This week, Shelton answers a couple of very old e-mails regarding off-camera flash,
Robert Iverson asked about printing an entire folder of images,
Bruce asks for clarification on Shelton’s “pocket sunshine” technique,
plus the state of play with sensor size and density.
September 21, 2008
After some catching-up chit-chat, Shelton goes on to talk about
the new Sony a900,
Canon EOS 5D Mark II,
the Nikon D700 (which he’s about to get, naturally!),
and some more about off-camera flash.
Remember to learn those formulae, folks!
Guide number divided by f-stop equals distance, and
Guide number divided by distance equals f-stop.
And apologies up front for the “squawks” in Shelton’s audio… had some bandwidth issues while we were recording.
July 13, 2008
The dramas Shelton and I went through to get this episode out!
Listen in for the gory details.
In this ep, Shelton delves further into off-camera flash, and how to do it right.
August 5, 2007
In ep 85, more listener e-mail,
Andrew Cooper’s panoramas,
the controversial cover of Total Image,
A great site that Bruce stumbled across during the week…. diyphotography, which led Shelton to mention Strobist’s website
The crazy wacky “plumbing-supplies-extension-tube” macro setup is here
Plus, Shelton is looking for expressions of interest in a photo tour to Australia’s Kangaroo Island next year.
July 29, 2007
In ep 84, Shelton answers a whole bunch of listener e-mail.
Also, Bruce’s eagerly anticipated EBay purchase.
Harbour Digital Design
Digital Photography Review
David Elfering’s flash pics:
July 15, 2007
In ep 82, Bruce apologises again for the debacle this week over the”panning photos” (see the blog entries if you’re not sure what happened).
Shelton talks about white balance and flash diffusers.
July 8, 2007
In ep 81, a discussion on the importance of water, followed by Shelton continuing his discussion (from last week) of tripods.
Tripod heads mentioned include:
Manfrotto 322 (what Shelton uses) and the 222
Manfrotto 141RC (what Bruce currently uses)
And then Shelton moves on to this week’s topic of shooting effective “pan” shots.
Some of Shelton’s examples:
01 – 02 – 03 – 04 – 05
Plus one from Bruce right here,
Also, those pics from Bob Fischer that Shelton referred to:
01 – 02
June 17, 2007
This week, we got it all!
the things the media chooses to report as “news”,
Kodak’s new extra sensitive image sensors (coming soon to a camera near you),
the movie “Smoke” with Harvey Keitel,
the Ricoh GX100,
Shelton’s photo a day blog idea,
what do judges look for in photo competitions?,
and shooting in low light with and without flash.
Check out Paul Gowder’s photos at PowWowImages
Also, Bruce became an Uncle for the first time this week (Congrats to Paul (pictured here with his new daughter, Taylah) and Nicole!)