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June 17, 2012

Shutters Inc – episode 203

Filed under: B-Grip,Bokeh,focus modes,Podcast,Pose Project Management,Shutters Inc — Bruce Williams @ 12:00

This week, I’ve completed two Pose Project Management shoots (3 to go over the next 2 weekends!).
Both shoots were a bunch of fun.
Shoot #1 is here, and shoot #2 is here.

Then, a question for you. Which focusing mode do you use on your DSLR? Centre focus, wide area focus, or selective zone focus? How do you ensure accurate focus when shooting wide open?

Plus, after being intrigued and impressed upon discovering the B-Grip, I got hold of B-Grip CEO, Andrea Corticelli for a chat about his unique product.

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January 24, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 145

This week, Bruce is excited about having potentially sold his first large format canvas print,
which led to a bit of a discussion about marketing ideas for limited edition fine art works,
tales of woe over how our listeners killed the server after the Joe McNally epiosde was released,
Joe’s video confession,
Bruce’s lens dilemma,
and getting together for a photowalk with your local fellow photographers.

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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