Speed Links for 03-06-2009
It has been quite a long time since the last speed links segment. I tried to have a bit of everything on this one. Ranging from keno-flo lights to the lighting "geeks" through some ode to film shops to Lighting and portrait techniques.
D3A - the contest we're having for the 3rd DIYP Anniversary is still running till the end of this month.
- DIY Florescent Keno-Flo Lights
The f-Stops Here
Keno-flo is a light heavily used in the film industry. It provides continuous cool light that does not produce a lot of heat. David creates a poor man's version of those lights. David Rocks
- A Bit More About Ritz
The Online Photographer
An interesting line of thought about how digital image era make it bad for printing stores, even if more people print
- PocketWizard FlexTT5 and MiniTT1: Full Review
The good men over at Pocketwizard released a new TTL enabled flash triggers. K, this is not hot news anymore. However, you must give it to David for posting a full review just 3 seconds after the official announcement by pocketwizard.
- 70 basketball portraits in two days
Tutorial: Photoshop for 70 basketball portraits in two days
Dustin shares how he made 70 individual magnificent portraits in 2 days, and the processing technique he used for taking them
- Film Is Dead. No Really!
Is film dead? Without the support of processing shops films does not stand a chance. This brings some great memories and a sad notion
- One-Light Portraits: Introduction
Ever tried to take a self portrait? A hard task. How about taking ten? And how about changing the rules so only one light is allowed? Paul Duncan does an amazing job at making 10 completly different portraits with just one light
- Your Complete Guide to Photo Backups
This is a great and long awaited photo backup tutorial from Brian. It covers Hard Drives, DVDs, strategy Software and more. And the best thing, It is a book you can download
- Creating an Ambient Look with Speedlights on Location: Tech Sheet
Working with both ambient and flash lighting can provide great results. Don shares a tech cheat sheet which explains this technique and provides examples
- VIDEO : Herlinde’s First Shoot
Squeeze The Lime
Bert Stephani shares a model's first photography session. It is just nice to see how making pictures comes so naturally and efortlessly both for Bert and Herlinde.
Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski just started a new show which is packed with camera tips and goodies. As always Scott is focused on Nikon