I recently assisted on a photoshoot with awesome Vancouver fashion photographer Trevor Brady. Trevor is an amazing guy with fingers in lots of different creative pies: from the web, to retail, to photography. I brought out my new Alien Bees studio lighting and we tinkered around with our 5 lights combined. I learned a ton Read More …
The Boy Who Cried Wi-Fi What do pedophiles, terrorists and every municipal politician in Vancouver have in common? They all want citywide Wi-Fi, at least according to the Vancouver Sun.
KARYN CHOPIK Studio – Spring 2007 Karyn’s new site launched today. Kim is the model for all the pics and I was the assistant photographer.
NowPublic partners with AP The news just keeps getting better. Today the Associated Press (AP) and NowPublic announced that they have agreed to a deal that will bring NowPublic’s citizen content into AP’s news gathering network. According to the press release, the two companies wil
MooseCamp, PhotoCamp PhotoCamp, as the name implies, is focused on photography and collaboratively presented by the many talented photographers attending Northern Voice. Kris Krug is the man responsible for pulling it all together while Warwick Patterson, Bre Pettis, Evan Les
Adobe Lightroom: Select Photos by Lens I’m sure I’ll have lots more to say soon about Lightroom, but for now I wanted to gush about my new favorite little tool. In the Metadata menu, you can browse pictures by equipment. For example, you might want to quickly pop out all the photos taken with
New Flickr Email Notifications If you’ve ever wondered, “Wouldn’t it be grand to be notified when someone comments, tags or adds a note to my photos?” Well, wonder no more — we’ve added a couple of new email notification options to your Account page. You can now set up immediate alert
Kris & Kim. on Flickr – Photo Sharing! Cutest couple picture ever. Taken by Bill MacEwan and his fancy new rangefinder analog camera. Blog about it already Bill.
5 Black and White Photography Tips Continuing the Black and White theme weâ€™ve been on lately in the latest forum assignment (where the photos featured in this post were submitted) I thought Iâ€™d share five pretty random Black and White Photography Tips.
Northern Voice – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Northern Voice is an annual blogging, social software and online communities conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The conference is organized by members of the Vancouver blogging community, and efforts are made to keep the event accessi
PhotoCamp @ Northern Voice Schedule The date is Friday, February 23. Currently, we are shooting for the 2 sessions scheduled from 1:15-2:45, starting immediately after lunch and concluding with the break planned for 2:45. Check the scheduling board the day of MooseCamp to find out the locat
Light Blue Line – exploring the effects of global warming What would happen if all the ice in Greenland melted? Bruce Caron and his colleagues are exploring this using their Bryght VPS site, lightblueline, The light blue line is a line 7 metres above sea level, the point where the water would rise to should Read More …
(Cross-posted from my fashion photography blog over at www.staticphotography.com) This is a very exciting week for me as I prep with the rest of the organizing team for Northern Voice 2007 and MooseCamp.. I'm going to be leading a PhotoCamp as a part of the event and am wondering who else will be there? Didja Read More …
Email is the place where information goes to die So, I’ve been accused of using the title for this post — “Email is the place where information goes to die” — quite a lot. I figured I should probably claim it by making this blog post.
Posing Tips – Waistlines, Thighs and Bustlines Learn a few tips from red carpet celebrities on how to get your subjects looking their best when photographing them.
14 Tips for Great Candlelight Photography Have you ever tried to capture a candle lit scene with your digital camera? The results can be stunning with the warm glow of flickering flames reflecting off your subjects face (can you feel the romance?) but the shooting in such a low light environment
Settings for Indoor Photography How to Achieve Great Indoor Photography Results
Urban Landscape Photography Tips Last week I was reading an issue of Digital Photographer Magazine (issue 50) which had a good feature on Urban Landscapes. In it they interviewed an urban landscape photographer (Mark Bury) and asked him for his top 5 tips on his craft. I thought Iâ€™d sh
Assessing Contrast – The Squint Technique Hereâ€™s a surprising little tip that a pro once shared with me when thinking about contrast in images. Itâ€™s not really conventional but it works!
4 Tips Regarding Converging Lines When framing a landscape shot one of the types of environmental features that many photographers look for an like to incorporate in their shots is converging lines.