Georgia wants to start her own video blog and Chris draws the parallels between photography and audio and video. Tsvika tries to merge multiple Lightroom catalogs into one, Wayne has a photo workflow question and wants to find out where to flag his pictures best and last but not least, Mark likes petroglyps a lot more when they are viewed through his polarizing sunglasses and not so much when he looks at the photos his camera took of them.
An intimate look at a very unique photo event: After Dark. Chris Marquardt attended this year’s St. Louis event as a mentor and Jon Miller (The Rest of Everest) was there to film and make this wonderful video.
The last five weeks have been a wild ride for me, from Washington D.C. to Kansas City, via San Francisco, Toronto, Colorado and Canyonlands Natl. Park.
Come with me on the trip during the next few posts!
Stop 1: the Washington D.C. Group Shot
This was a fun workshop, exploring photography and light and post production and workflow. (And thanks to SecureNinja for providing the computer room!)
Coming up with a fun idea for a group shot isn’t always easy, but having recently experimented with a new type of portraits, and having done a long portrait of German musician Joo Kraus, I thought it might be a nice thing to try this with a group shot.
In this episode of TFTTF Chris has a change in plan, he had to cancel the Vancouver workshop, but it has been replaced with something even more amazing, the Canyonlands 2012 Landscape Photography Adventure. You will hear about a video shoot with a 24mm tilt-shift lens, find out how it in fact IS possible to shoot lightning with an iPhone and the 2013 Hokkaido, Japan Snow Monkeys and wildlife workshop is open for registration. Also, Raphael from Manila asks about the right lens to use for street photography.