I had the great fortune to get a seat last Sunday for David Hobby’s Strobist lighting seminar in Los Angeles. [If you’re a student of lighting and just said “Stro-who?”, then let me be the first to welcome you to our planet. Check […]
The PocketWizard blog has been up and running for six months. Funny. Somehow I missed it’s launch. [Yet another indication of how quickly the blogosphere is growing.]
If you’re a Wizard fan or just want to learn what other shooters are doing with wireless […]
I have just merged one of my other blogs, Photo-Resources, into PixSylated. The original thought behind Photo-Resources was that it would be short posts on events and resources for photographers. As the lines between what should be on PixSylated and what should be on Photo-Resources have grown very blurry of late, I’ve merged all of […]
Vincent Laforet, the energetic New York photographer who recently published an insightful treatise on the state of editorial photography (‘The Cloud Is Falling’ covered here), has launched a blog. […]
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Back in the middle of photography’s dark ages, during the formative years of my youth (circa 1968), listening to shortwave radio was a keen fascination. When I visited my cousin’s house, at night, we would tune in to stations from around the world on his shortwave set. […]
IM is the gang of superheros based in Santa Monica that’s lead […]
It’s great when a pro shooter will let you peak into his camera bag. It’s even better when he’ll unpack the dang thing and explain all the contents… on the web.
Many digital photographers believe that the era of the lens filter is ending along with the reign of film. Except for the UV filter that protects the front of their lens (hopefully), they see no need to carry an assortment of filters. “Everything can be done in Photoshop”, they say.
Spending ten minutes on […]
For a photographer, the “stock market” does not refer to Wall Street. Rather, it’s the place that photo editors, graphic designers and kids working on term papers go for images – either because they have no budget to hire a photographer or because they have no time. In the golden era, which […]
I met Atlanta-based / editorial / music / headshot photographer Zack Arias yesterday… not face-to-face, but through the digital matchmaker, David Hobby over at Strobist. David posted a handful of blurbs – one linked […]
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