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February 24, 2008

No Shutters Inc this week

Filed under: Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 19:44

Hi guys,
Sorry to say Shelton’s wife was ill this week, and the “Guru” was just a little too pre-occupied to fit in an episode of Shutters Inc.
I’m sure I speak for all of us in saying we understand and wish Kerry the best of health, and look forward to Tigger’s return next week! 🙂


February 17, 2008

Shutters Inc – episode 105

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:13

This week, live from the Hundred Acre Wood, Shelton “Tigger” Muller talks about HDR images,
the Nikkor D Focus lenses,
why he’d still take his 85mm f1.8 over either the Tamron 90mm f2.8, or the Sigma 105mm f2.8,
and Jason Paige asks about “finding the light and putting them in it”, particualrly in regard to this image.
Plus, part 3 in the wedding series… arriving at the service, diplomacy DURING the service, and getting good “congratulations” shots after the service.


February 10, 2008

Shutters Inc – episode 104

Filed under: Bokeh,Podcast,Shutters Inc,window light — Bruce Williams @ 21:32

Shelton continues his series on planning the wedding day shoot.
This week, your equipment list, plus shooting at the bride’s house.
Here’s the shot Shelton mentioned of the bride, taken in the hallway of her own house using nothing more than side lighting:

Plus, here’s a few more shots taken in various brides’ homes:

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Bride and Mother Bridal dress Hall 16 Hallway
Ilana Jeen and Hock Peacock 036 Quill

Also, Jason Paige sent us a pdf of the things that identify his personal photography style. Well worth a look!
And Landon Michaelson came through with some bokeh examples (Onya, Maaaate!)….

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February 3, 2008

Shutters Inc – episode 103

Filed under: Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 18:01

This week, a listener reminded us of some of the great resources available at DIYphotography, which we’ve mentioned before (but which deserves another mention!).
A couple of listener e-mails from Carlos Rivera, who was keen to hear Shelton’s approach to wedding photography.
Good news Carlos!
This week sees the beginning of what will be a series of podcasts devoted to planning the shooting of a wedding.
Shelton mentions a few Aussie wedding photographers:
At least one of them, you should already be familiar with…
Shelton Muller
Jerry Ghionis
Yervant Zanzanian
Markus Bell
Martin Shembray
and although Shelton didn’t mention him, I’ll add my “cousin-in-law” (is that the correct designation for someone who marries your cousin?), Jurgen Lunnsmann
Plus you can check out the Australian Institute of Professional Photography website.