- Style of Northeastern New Territories – That’s What We Call Life Exhibition
- The Basics of Time Lapse Photography with Vincent Laforet from Canon
- 10 Important Lightroom Library Shortcuts and Tips
- Introducing the Phottix Mitros TTL Flash for Canon
- Better Color from LED Lights
- Video Tutorial – How To Shoot A Beverage Shot With Rob Grimm
- DC Home 12 周年站聚相片精華
- First Look at Annie Leibovitz’s New Disney Dream Project Featuring Taylor Swift
- Behind The Scene Video on Jameson Whiskey Product Shoot
- Behind The Scene Video On A Magazine Shoot
Those were the days
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
For those of you who do a lot of studio shoot, or planning to buy a studio flash, do you know exactly what Watt-seconds mean? Here’s a great video from Adorama TV where Mark Wallace telling you all you need to know about Watt-seconds.
Source – Adorama TV
Your photography workflow – mobile
Whether photography is your living, your passion, or both, managing the multitude of photos you shoot can be quite a chore. Adobe Lightroom makes light work of it, but you don’t always have your catalog with you, and even a slim notebook is unwieldy when you’re hiding from the rain under an awning in Bogotá. As a photographer, you spend a lot of time on the road. You spend a lot of time waiting and preparing. Being able to organize your photos while you’re in the field or traveling would save precious time. Likewise, sorting through the backlog of disorganized photos would be a lot more comfortable from the couch than your desk. The iPad is the perfect tool for the job. A large, bright screen on a light, touch-sensitive device. And Photosmith makes the most of it. Photosmith’s fundamental purpose is to enable you to move your photos seamlessly and safely between your camera, your iPad, and your Lightroom catalog. Photosmith 2 lets you send your existing photos from Lightroom to your iPad so you can sort, rate, tag, label and group your photos from the comfort of your couch, a bus stop or a beach-side hammock. All metadata is beamed over as well, including GPS location, copyright info, keywords, and even your camera’s exposure settings at the time you took the picture. And when you’re back home, just tap the sync button and your Lightroom catalog is updated – wirelessly.
After you’ve finished a shoot (or even in the middle of it if there’s a break) you can import your photos to your iPad by plugging in Apple’s Camera Connection Kit. In addition to photos you imported from a camera’s memory card, Photosmith naturally supports both the Camera Roll and Photo Stream. For more information see the Photosmith 2 intro guide.
Source – Photosmith 2
The Creative Asia Awards is revolutionary in its vision to evolve, include and educate its entrants. The Awards are open to photographers from all countries at all skill levels.
Entries are accepted online as digital images. The entries will be judged online in a pre-elimination round to determine the top 25 images in each of the 8 categories, and all images judged online will receive feedback from the judges.
These 200 finalist images will be judged live by our panel of experts during the Creative Asia Conference.
New for 2012 – a broader range of categories;
- Wedding Photojournalistic
- Wedding Open
- Commercial & Fashion
- Street & Travel
- Portrait Environmental
- Portrait Open
A lot of people thought our studio was just a photography studio, well…. not exactly. Our multi-purpose studio can be converted into a TV/Shortfilm/Commercial production studio. This video is a RTHK production done in January this year.
很多人一直以為PASM只是一間攝影棚，其實PASM的多用途攝影場地，隨了可作攝影用途之外， 還可以用作電視/電視廣告/電影製作。 以上短片是港台於今年一月在PASM製作。
Congratulations to Hong Kong’s own Chris B, who is the first recipient of the Indie Champion of the World Award at the Bite My Music Global Awards. Chris B produces Hong Kong’s Underground series of concerts and the China edition of Global Battle of the Bands as well as playing guitar in several bands herself.
When Chris needed photos to accompany the press release, she didn’t have to look any further than the photos shot at our studio by one of our partners, Steve Schechter. Steve says, “Chris and I have been friends for many years and I’ve shot many of the shows she’s produced. Our photo session was extremely relaxed and fun and I hope my admiration for her unbelievable energy and dedication to rock ‘n roll shows in these photos.”
Check out more photos from the shoot at Steve’s blog, Spike’s Photos.
Philip Bloom did a shootout on the three newest full frame DSLR, the Nikon D4, D800 and the Canon EOS 5D MKIII. The tests are mainly on resolution, aliasing, low light and features. For the full read-up, check out Philip Bloom’s blog post as well. Enjoy.
Source – Philip Bloom