Recent Craftsmanship Posts
Copyright workflow of one professional photographer (me)
Registering your photographs with the Library of Congress is THE most important thing any photographer can do to protect their intellectual property (their photographs.) While it is not a difficult process, it can be tedious. In this podcast, I walk you through my copyright registration process, in great detail.
Shoot Edit Repeat
Editing a large set of images down to a select few is a challenge for most photographers. In this podcast, I take you with me as I am photographing and then you watch and listen as I am editing my “shoot” down to the selects.
The travelling camera bag of a professional photographer (me!)
Every photographer has series of problems they have to solve. The most basic problem is how to get the subject in front of the camera onto the chip, film or paper. Another example of such a problem is what gear a traveling professional will take on the road and how will they carry that. In this podcast I take you inside my camera bag to show you how I solve that particular problem.
An introduction to histograms
Understanding histograms is the key to getting a good exposure in digital photography. In this podcast, I walk you through the basics of the histogram. I show images of histograms (and scenes I have photographed.) Understanding histograms is the key to mastering exposure, which is at the heart of good photography.
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The executive portrait, a.k.a.,”the five minute drill”
Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009 | Tags: business, commerce, commercial, commercial work, equipment, executive, flash units, location, photographer, photography, portrait, problem, professional, solve, technology, work
This podcast goes on location with me as I make an executive portrait.