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February 22, 2009

Twenty20 Celebrity cricket match

Filed under: Available light,Focal length,Panorama,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 22:34

Tonight, Cath, Max and I went to the Twenty20 Celebrity cricket match at the Sydney Cricket Ground, which was held as a fundraiser for victims of the Victorian bushfires.
This is a panorama I shot.
For those who are interested, it was 7 RAW images, shot in portrait mode at approximately 40mm focal length (even though I could have zoomed out to 18mm, the longer focal length reduces the perspective distortion).

Shutters Inc – episode 117

Filed under: Data backup,Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 21:19

This week, Shelton and business partner, Glynn Lavender took a model out to some ruins for a bridal shoot with a difference.
Shelton also recommends that we ALL go and watch this video.
Also, the Victorian bushfires, and what some very generous local photographers (like Richard Annable) are doing to help out.
Shelton, in the process of learning the hard way, talks about the importance of backing up your digital images to another location… preferably a web-based solution like Carbonite.
Bruce answers a listener e-mail regarding the “flash-to-subject distance formula”… and gets it wrong!
Plus, if your camera’s automatic metering modes (aperture priority, shutter priority, etc) suddenly failed, could you survive having to shoot in manual mode?

February 15, 2009

Shutters Inc – episode 116

Yep, 2 weeks in a row!
This week, Shelton answers a couple of very old e-mails regarding off-camera flash,
Robert Iverson asked about printing an entire folder of images,
Bruce asks for clarification on Shelton’s “pocket sunshine” technique,
plus the state of play with sensor size and density.

February 8, 2009

Shutters Inc – episode 115

Filed under: Photo tour,Podcast,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 21:15

Can it really be?
Yes folks, it can.
For the faithful who have waited and waited and waited… THANK YOU!