Home Again.

In News & Stuff by David9 Comments

It’s a bit of a no-blog Monday, I’m afraid. Was up at 3am in the time zone I was unaccustomed to, 1am Vancouver equivalent. A little head-fogged right now. I think I need a nap. Had a great workshop in Ft. Erie  – to those of you that were there, thanks for coming, for making me feel so welcome, and …

Free Trip To Photokina: Think Tank Photo

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Think Tank Photo is sending one lucky person to 2008 Photokina in Cologne, Germany. Here’s the PR: Party with Think Tank Photo at photokina! If you are a photographer, you are eligible to enter Think Tank Photo’s drawing for free round-trip airfare, hotel, spending money, and exhibition passes to photokina, the world’s leading photo and imaging trade fair. Join over …

Lexar Article Published

In News & Stuff, Thoughts & Theory by David2 Comments

My most recent article, Reconciling The Poet and The Geek: A Means To Achieving Your Vision, has been published now on Lexar.com. I posted it last week in the articles section here, and if you’re a regular you’ve read many of these thoughts before, but give it a read all the same if you’re so inclined. I’ve put a few …

Friday Resource Roundup

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Want a look into some of the hoped-for possibilities for the next release of Photoshop? Want a say? Got a feature idea you want to let Adobe know about? Check out this post on Photoshop Insider. While we’re on Scott’s site, be sure to read McNally’s guest article on his favourite photography books – here’s a list of the influences …

STROBIST DVDs Released

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The venerable David Hobby, single handedly responsible for keeping sales of Nikon SB-800 flashes and Pocket Wizard remotes well above average, has just released his 8-disc Strobist Lighting Seminar set. There’s some whining and complaining going on about David’s choice to focus on content over production value, and some about the $139 price tag, but the 200,000 readers of Hobby’s …