Today’s speedlinks comes a little bit before the usual monthly time for the speed links. The reasons for this is that there are several links that I wanted to share and that will have less relevance if they were not published today. Specifically, I am talking about the monthly TimeShoot project which will expire today.
I tried to get a little bit of everything on today’s post and cover studio, digital workflow, photography fun and heavier articles discussing copyright issues. Enjoy the mix.
- The Wall Street Journal lifted my image!
Leggnet Digital Capture
The guys at the Wall Street Journal provide a beacon on how to use photographer’s intellectual property. Rich tells the story of how one of his images was published in the Wall Street Journal without him knowing.
- 35mm pinhole camera
Jim Talkington put up a rocking video showing how he makes his pinhole cameras. It is never a bad time to take some analog shot the old fashioned way.
- Orphan Works bill introduced in US
Orphan Works is kind of a new type of copy right for works that their owner can not be found. Photodoto provides a full premier on the subject. Chase Jarvis thinks the bill is not great, but provides some damage control over what this bill might have been.
- Monthly TimeShoot – May 9th @ 12pm ET!
Shaw is doing his monthly timeshoot project again, and this is a good reason to take the camera out of storage and go out and take some pictures. This timeshoot target is today at 12pm. I like this project, as it can creates a shared work among fellow photographers from all over the world.
- White Seamless Tutorial :: Part 3 :: From White To Black
Zack is running a segmented tutorial on creating and using white seamless backdrops. The first three parts deal with setup and gear, Light management (+ part two) and Black backdrops. A great read for anyone who is doing a home studio.
Photo Netcast is a new pod cast hosted by Antonio Marques, Martin Gommel, Jim M Goldstein and Brian Auer. If you’ll click their names you’ll see that these are serious folks so the ‘cast has to be great as well.
- An Approach to Street Photography
The Online Photographer
Mitch Alland shares the story of how he became a street photographer. A great read in my mind as Mitch shares his reasons, his motivations and more. I found that I could really relate to the story, as I am sure many aspiring photographers can.
- Digital Workflow with Adobe Lightroom
Kerry from L7 photo is doing a series of video Lightroom tutorials. He covers the workflow as well as some tips and tricks. If reading the Lightroom e-book was not enough for you and you want more Lightroom, this is the place for you.
- Color Profiles in Firefox 3
If you are a Firefox surfer, Like 51.82% of DIYP readers, you’ll be glad to know that version 3 of the Fox will support color profiles.
- Lighting 102: 6.2 – Gelling for Tungsten
David Hobby is doing his Lighting 102 session and is now covering strobes and Gels. The first two parts discussed Gelling for Tungsten and Gelling for Fluorescent, and there is an assignment in the horizon, so stay tuned.