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Yet another informative video tutorial from the guys over at the Slanted Lens. Watch it and maybe you can pick up a few tricks. As usual, this video is also linked under our Video Tutorials – Misc… Interviews, Photography Tips… etc Page under the Blog Section, check out for another informative video tutorials.
Source – The Slanted Lens
The first Open Show Hong Kong screening went well last Friday night. A total of seven photographers showcased their works and discussions between the photographers and the audience were interesting and informing. The Open Show Hong Kong Working Group will meet this week to review the event and decide on the next screening date. For those who wish to submit their works or join the ranks as volunteers or merely want to come see the show, stay tuned for more news. You can find our previous posts on the Open Show Hong Kong below -
Order Your Pelican 1510 Photography Carry On Case & Pelican 1560 Photographer & Videographer Case at PASM Workshop
Great Christmas gifts for your photographers and videographers friends. Order now before the deadline.
Order your Pelican 1510 case from PASM Workshop now, HK$1,900 (black, with dividers). Limited stock, deadline for order: 12 December 2012. Optional Photographer’s Lid Organizer for Pelican 1510 Case, add HK$240.
- Inseide Dimenstions: 20.19L x 11.38″W x 7.57″D
- Outside Dimension: 22.00″l x 14.00″W x 9.00″D
- Weight: 15 lbs 3.0 oz
Order your Pelican 1560 case from PASM Workshop now, great for photographers and videographers, HK$2,365 (black, with dividers). Limited stock, deadline for order: 12 December 2012. Optional Photographer’s Lid Organizer for Pelican 1510 Case, add HK$350.
- Inseide Dimenstions: 20.38″L x 15.44″W x 9.00″D
- Outside Dimension: 22.06″L x 17.94″W x 10.44″D
- Weight: 18lbs
To pre-order email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our sales hotline at 6627 5277. For detail specification, check out the following link, http://pelican.com/cases_detail.php?Case=1510, http://www.pelican1560case.com/
CBS ran a story on Stephen Wilkes last night on his great Day to Night project. The segment includes interview with Stephen and behind-the-scene footage, definitely a great vid, well worth to watch and learn from the Master.
[Caption from CBS News] Photographer Stephen Wilkes does something both jarring and beautiful with photographs: He merges images from different times of day together to show the passage of time. Martha Teichner reports on Wilkes’ process to create stunning depictions of time.
Source – CBS News
Open Show, the global organization that organizes live events worldwide, is pleased to announce their first event in Hong Kong. The public will get a chance to see compelling works and interact directly with seven international photographers, each of whom who will be presenting projects featuring 20 images. The headlining presenter is renowned New Zealand street photographer Jonathan van Smit, who will be presenting ‘City of Dreams.’
Other photographers who have been selected to present at Open Show’s first Hong Kong exhibition are Yoav Horesh, Brett Elmer, Thomas Luk, Kenny Yung, Tse Oi Lam and Sean Creamer.
The King of Hong Kong street photography, Jonathan van Smit has been photographing in Hong Kong since early 2008. His photographs are stark and gritty depictions of the underbelly of Kowloon. His work has been described as ”raw, sometimes shockingly so, but never sensationalist. It’s full of boredom, sadness, loneliness and neglect”.
Israeli professor of photography, Yoav Horesh has exhibited nationally and internationally in galleries and museums including Germany, Italy, Israel, the United States, Hong Kong and also with Amnesty International. Yoav’s work was featured, written about and published in magazines, art journals and websites across three continents and he has given public lectures/artists talks in art schools, universities and galleries in The United States and Europe. He will be presenting ‘Where We Stand’, the project takes a look at how people perceive and relate to public space.
Australian, Brett Elmer is currently working on his PhD thesis and will be presenting ‘The Ongoing Demolition of Uyghur Culture’, a photography project which he hopes reflects the analysis and research he is conducting. The project is related to Chinese government policies enacted to hasten the assimilation of the Uyghur minority of China’s north-west Xinjiang province with the greater Chinese state. Some of these photographs have been published by The World Uyghur Congress.
Thomas Luk is a Hong Kong photographer who has had the chance to visit some textile factories in China. He will be presenting ‘Working Hours’, a document of the daily lives of the factory workers in these establishments.
Kenny Yung will be presenting ‘Thug on the Streets’, snapshots of interesting street scenes in Hong Kong.
Tse Oi Lam will be presenting a mixed media project, ‘HIDE’, which is based on surrealism and feminism.
South African, Sean Creamer will be presenting ‘Crystal Castles’ a photography project that explores the world within a world concept in Hong Kong.
The hotly anticipated launch will take place at 8pm on December 14th, 2012 at PASM Workshop, Flat C, 1/F, Block C, Chin Fat Factory Building, 3 Tsat Po Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Open Show organizes live events worldwide where the public can see compelling work and interact directly with photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers in high‐profile spaces. Open Show’s core activity is our monthly social screenings featuring curated presenters (from students to award-winning professionals) presenting a 20 image project or 3‐8 minute film with live audience questions and feedback. Open Show had its beginnings in San Francisco in 2008 and since then has rapidly grown into a high-profile photography and film advocacy organization with communities in 17 countries.
Yolanda van der Mescht, Lead Co-Producer
Tel: +852 6171 5580
PASM Workshop is Hong Kong’s most unique photography studio and event space. Founded in 2009, PASM Workshop has been the official photo studio and event photographer for the Hong Kong Fashion World Talents Awards, Habitat for Humanity China, PLAN Hong Kong and many others. The studio is available for photography and video shoots, classes, events and parties.
Victor Cheung, Senior Partner
Tel: +852 3693 4044 / +852 6627 5277
This behind-the-scene video features Neil van Niekerk shooting Ulorin Vex with one beauty dish setup in studio portraiture, simple and clean.
Just added the Sony A99 to our arsenal and our crew is just having a ball with it. Today, we finally got it tethered to the Mac. via Sony’s Remote Camera Control and Lightroom. Well, although Lightroom does not support tether capture natively with the Sony A99, there is a work around. Here’s how it works.
1. First install two files in the MAC folder on your Sony A99 CD-Rom, RCC_INST.pkg and IDC_INST.pkg.
2. Now you should have Remote Camera Control App in your Applications Folder, fire it up.
3. You should see the app window like the following, click on the save in box as shown to set up a new folder to save the capture pictures.
4. Once you set up a new folder, fire up Lightroom.
5. Once in Lightroom, make sure you are in the Library module. From the File menu, select Enable Auto Import under Auto Import, then go to Auto Import Settings afterwards.
6. Under Watched Folder, choose the same folder you set up in Step 3 above.
7. Click the check box “Enable Auto Import” and Voila, you’re done. Hook up your Sony A99 and take a few snaps and your pictures should show up in Library Mode under the “Auto Imported Photos” folder.
Hope the above works for you. Leave a message if you have any questions.
As announced a bit more than a week ago, PASM Workshop will be hosting the first Open Show (http://openshow.org/) in Hong Kong on 14 December 2012 and preparation work is at full steam. The Open Show Hong Kong Facebook Page is now up and you can sign up for the event at our event page as well, link here. We are proud to announce that photographer Jonathan van Smit will be our feature presenter at the first show. Jonathan will be presenting images from his “City of Dreams” series, street photography at its best shot in Hong Kong.
Other presenters at the show includes Israeli photographer, Yoav Horesh, who will be presenting his work “Where we Stand”; Australian photographer, Brett Elmer will be presenting “The Ongoing Demolition of the Uyghur Culture”; Kenny Yung – ‘Thug on the Street”; Thomas Luk – “Working Hours”; Tse Oi Lam – “Hide” and Sean Creamer – “Crystal Castles”.
Open Show is an international event and is organized in over 26 cities. The event features FREE monthly social screenings where the public can see compelling work and interact directly with photographers, filmmakers and multimedia producers in high-profile spaces.
For Open Show Hong Kong, at each event, five curated presenters (from students to professionals) have 10 minutes each to show their project while the audience poses questions or provides project feedback. We are now accepting submissions – be the first to show at our newest international screening!
Find out project requirements and upload your project >>