There are some great things going on around the web lately, and I really wanted to share them around. Either because they are really cool, or because (please ignore violin in background) I think they make this place a bit better, or just because they are lots of fun. Click to continue ›
OK, somehow something went very wrong, and I still don't have a decent internet connection. Thank you coffee lord for providing free internet (and lots and lots of coffee). On today's speedlinks lots of gel holders, light painting, some great projects and as always lots of hacks and DIY mods to the photography addict. Click to continue ›
In this edition of speedlinks: A great studio and posing resource, two bags, a fisheye lens; a fine fine-art tutorial and some more. Click to continue ›
In this edition of DIYP speedlinks: scanner cameras, setting up and tearing down, food photography and bedsheets.
We also have some classic DOF tutorial. Just to keep it linked with some good ol' photography.
Oh yea, and a flower pot. Click to continue ›
In this edition: sending your camera to space, your flash to more than two and half meters upwards. And also keeping your gear protected, attaching lenses to lenses and to TLRs. Click to continue ›
This edition of speedlinks is pretty DIY centric. We'll cover huge boom stands, gaffer tape holder surprise, flash gel holder thingy, some wacky flash diffusers and more.
If you like those tiny bites of the web, you can take a look at the bottom right corner where I post the links as I find them (and befriend me on Delicious), or you can watch my stumbles on stumbleupon. Click to continue ›
Lots of DIYing on today's speedlinks. Going from Old Amiga sticks through film processing to some cooling advice. Click to continue ›
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.
So much going on around us in the past month. It looks like the world is changing for the better, for the worse? I am optimistic. However time will tell. Till then here are some favorite photography links from around the web. Click to continue ›
December is a personal favorite. With holidays spanning the globe, it is a great time to spend time with family, friends and community.
I am pretty excited about Something Newer the photo contest we are running right now. Connecting with the holidays the theme for the contest is friends. And the prizes are as shiny as those boxes under the tree - two-week rentals of bodies and lenses. If you are taking some days off and looking for something to read, watch or inspire your photography, read on for December's speedlinks. Click to continue ›