July 22, 2007

Shutters Inc – episode 083

This week, Bruce and Shelton discuss Bruce’s photos of Tacking Point lighthouse from last weekend’s trip to the Gold Coast.

Shelton then goes on to talk about taking photos of people and maintaining a sense of spontaneity.

Also, as discussed, here’s some of Bruce’s photos from the wedding last weekend:


July 2, 2007

Positive and negative space (ep 080 photos)

Filed under: Composition,Positive and negative space,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 9:50

Shelton sent me those photos that he mentioned (in the podcast) this morning… and here they are.

Boat girl
Soldier
Dancer
Holy man
Window
Monk
Steps
Moose
Street woman


July 1, 2007

Shutters Inc. – episode 080

Filed under: !Podcasts,Positive and negative space,Shutters Inc,Tripod — Bruce Williams @ 22:27

Sponsored by Joby.

Gorillapod by Joby

This week, Shelton responds to a couple of listener e-mails. One from Will McCandless about his experiences with his Gorillapod, and one from Young asking about tripods (how appropriate!).

Shelton also talks about the Gorillapod SLR, and about how handy that can be, especially if you’re into camping or hiking or the like.

And finally, he talks about the use of “positive and negative space” within an image. (And although he promised us some images, I’m still waiting. Stay tuned!)

We did however receive some images from listener Michael Baxley who has been concentrating on his use of light (and nailing it quite nicely, too!).

Michael Baxley - image 1
Michael Baxley - image 2
Michael Baxley - image 3

Nice work, Michael!

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