Faced with a lighting dilemma, how to photograph people on the street to include in his Celebrity Charity Music Portrait Project Six Beats Of Separation, and do so with the least amount of help from an assistant. Photographer Jason Joseph turned to 4 camera companies and put together a soplution.
Camera companies can learn quite a bit not only from keeping a watchful eye on one another, or taking noteswhen I suggest things... but also from the fringe or neighboring industries. What do I mean? Read on, see some amazing tech, and find out!
There are so many camera straps out there, making a choice can be daunting. B&H Photo lists 1,259 to choose from! Where to begin!? Well Ive tried everything there is. Slings, holsters padded straps, suspenders...you name it. And sadly...there is something wrong with every system out there. All of them have their weaknesses, and not one of them ever made me feel like Id finally found a system I could live with. One that would just work. That is...till I found Peak Design. The fellas at Peak Design just plain get it!
For those wanting to use manual focus lenses on today's modern DSLR cameras, it's pretty simple really....until one actually tries to focus. Camera manufactures have tiny focus suggestion arrows usually in the corner of the viewfinder OUTSIDE of the actual frame. To say it's distracting is an understatement. The moment you look at the focus symbols you miss what is going on in the frame. I have a solution.....
Adobe thinks that drawing is an integral part of creativity, and has created " Project Mighty and Napoleon " to take the way we draw and create to new heights! Putting the focus on the tools that currently exist, and filling in the gaps of what was missing
Being a photographer is only a title given to what one does professionally. Being a human is what one spends most of ones time doing. These are the stories about being human...the things learned along the way that make being a photographer, and a human being for that matter... all the more special.
Images straight out of the camera are ok...if they're Polaroids. But an image's soul often resides in the life breathed into it long after the shutter button has been plunged. This portion of the blog is dedicated to a peek into the processing of the images...more accurately, how they look with no processing at all.
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