Monthly Archives: January 2011

Photographing Bon Jovi

Here’s a cool look into one concert photographer’s experience photographing Bon Jovi: Video via fstoppers.com

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Follow Friday 21 January 2011

One for off-camera flash, one for on-camera, one for natural light: Does David Hobby (@strobist) need an introduction? He’s on Twitter. He lights stuff. He wrote the blog on lighting. Neil van Niekerk (@Neil_vN) is another lighting specialist. He’s a … Continue reading

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Photographic Five #1: Debatable

Welcome to a new feature here at AugieShoots.com: “Photographic Fives.”  Each entry will be a top five list related to the world of photography.  Simple, right?  To kicks things off today, we’re going to do TWO Photographic Fives.  Enjoy! 5 … Continue reading

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Nothing Floating Here

Last week, I went to the local part after the second snow storm of the week dumped an extra six inches of snow on top of the two feet that had landed earlier.  I learned a harsh lesson about photographing … Continue reading

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Derek Jeter’s Butt

One of the most popular pictures at the previous version of this blog is this one. I was lucky enough to get to a Yankees game on July 29, 2008, at the old Yankee Stadium.  We had ridiculously cool seats, … Continue reading

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I’ve Got All Your Podcast Answers

When the question and answer portion of a photography podcast comes on, I can give you the answers to all the questions before I hear them. So if you have a question you plan on sending in to one of … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York City, December 2010

During the Christmas season, the wife and I ventured into New York City to see “The Tree.” As it turns out, St. Patrick’s Cathedral is right around the corner from The Tree and is quite the tourist spot. I didn’t … Continue reading

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Follow Friday 14 Jan 2011

These are the people who retweet most effectively. If you want to follow a limited number of people on Twitter and get the most information, there are some of the people you want to be following: Jack Hollingsworth (@PhotoJack) is … Continue reading

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Around the Web, 13 January 2011

Terry White explains his storage set-up, including his backup strategy. This immediately made me feel guilty for the mess my files are in right now, and how badly they need to be cleaned up. Using long lenses for landscapes. Beautiful … Continue reading

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HDR River Runs Through Snow

Playing with Photomatix Lite. Then tweaking in Lightroom 3.  Lots to learn.  Fun! It still looks a little fake, particularly in the upper parts when the sky turns too blue and the trees too brown. But, it’s not awful for … Continue reading

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