I’m proud to be a part of another great ASMP event. Come join us on Thursday, March 7th, in Chester.
Connecticut Photographers & Illustrators Showcase
Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Leif Nilsson Spring Street Studio & Gallery
One Spring Street, Chester, CT 06412
- Live Music by The Side Doors – band will start at 7:00pm
- Cocktail samples by Onyx Moonshine.
- Wine and light appetizers will be served.
- Raffle Tickets on sale for some great prizes.
Please click here for more details and to RSVP for this FREE showcase event
Fine art printer, Still River Editions, of Danbury, CT is hosting the “Orange” show, work from 18 members of the American Society of Media Photographers, CT Chapter.
The exhibition will be open from January 3 to February 28, 2013
Artists’ Reception: Saturday, January 12, 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
Still River Editions
128 East Liberty Street
203 791 1474
I’m proud to be included with a group of very talented Connecticut photographers.
Participants: Nikki Alekson, Rich Pomerantz, Christine Chiocchio, Jim Fiora, Richard Freeda, Carl Vernlund, Liz Calvi, Edwina Stevenson, Donna Callighan, Christopher Beuchamp, Gale Zucker, Michael Garner, Ronald L. Glassman, Barry Hyman, Jane Schauck, Peter Wnek, Pam Rouleau and Phil Nelson.
A Curated Group Show Featuring Seven East Coast Contemporary Artists
I’m excited to be a part of this show with a great group of artists exhibiting at The Drawing Room in Cos Cob. Images go up next week and will be on display until January 19th. The Opening Reception in on Sat, Dec 1st, 6pm to 9pm. Come check it out and grab a cup of coffee at the cafe.
Another great event this year – photographs are posted here. Check them out, and if you are interested in buying a print, that’s great, because all proceeds benefit SPED*NET Special Education Network of New Canaan, Ltd. and the programs and events for children with disabilities at the New Canaan YMCA.
Review: Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger for Canon
A couple of months ago I read an article on the Phottix Odin TTL Flash Trigger system for Canon. The article was followed by some very glowing personal reviews from photographers already using this system. But before I start talking about the Odins, I need to let off some steam; let me rant…
On the Dark Side
Prior to this, I had spent several years wrestling on and off with the PocketWizard MiniTT1 and FlexTT5 wireless system for Canon, trying to make them work (yes, several years. I know I’m crazy). I say “on and off” because when I found the time and energy, I set up several strobes on stands (580EX or EX II’s) to try to make the PocketWizard radios work consistently so that I could trust them on a job. What was consistent was the large number of misfires from these radios. Even with the radio interference sock (AC5 RF Soft Shield) covering each Speedlite, which is supposed to minimize the rf interference created by Canon’s flash, they hardly ever worked properly. By the way, stuffing your flash into a sock is a messy kluge and a total pain in the neck.
I couldn’t help sharing this flow diagram from Jessica Hische. If you have ever been confronted by anyone who would like some photographs for free, and what photographer hasn’t, then you will appreciate this. Even if you are not a photographer, you will find this amusing.
This was a fantastic event hosted by New Balance and many New Canaan store owners, venders and individuals in support of autism. I was honored to be asked to photograph the two races and all the goings on and have uploaded a gallery of the images to my blog. Anyone interested in purchasing a print will be able to order online.
Thanks to Ron and Tina Rosenfeld and all the many event coordinators. Congratulations on a great event! And, as I understand it, the new outdoor exercise facility in Waveny Park will be going up soon.
For all you photographers out there, check out X-Rite’s Photo Contest Series, Color Perfectionists Unite! This is a great opportunity to show off your work and win some great X-Rite prizes! The contest has monthly themes that last until the end of 2011. Continue reading
Mastering Image Organization with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Well, maybe. If you are taking a lot of photographs, and you don’t have a logical way to store them and back them up–if your desktop is a mess of folders and documents, you are heading for disaster. If you are a photographer, and you have been having trouble coming up with a well-thought-out way to organize your photo library, this document will help you. If you already use Lightroom and have been losing images and have numerous catalogs scattered around your computer, Mastering Image Organization with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom will help you overcome these problems.
I love having an organized photo library, and you will too.
With all of the advances in digital image capture, it’s hard to understand why metering technology hasn’t kept pace. Check out this post from Michael Reichmann @ Luminous Landscape on some interesting facts on how to make a great digital exposure – and help encourage the camera manufacturers to get with the program.