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on Aug 3, 2017 in Friday Thoughts

Light – New KelbyOne Class

Light is EVERYTHING in photography! Light is EVERYTHING to the mind’s eye and how it moves through our world to provide us information, entertainment, and enjoyment. How do we bring the two together in our photograph to tell a story? This and so much more is in my new KelbyOne Class on Light. There is no f/stop or flash, ACR or Photoshop, this class is all about how YOU see your world and bring it into your PHOTOGRAPHS for others to see your world. About Course: Follow the light! Join Moose Peterson for an inspiring look at how to use light as a means to tell a story with your photographs. In this class Moose draws on his 40 years of experience as a photographer to teach you how to see light, how to understand the way the human brain responds to photographs, and how to bring all of that information to bear to create more evocative and impactful photos. Chock full of examples, stories, and insight, you’ll end...

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on Aug 2, 2017 in Friday Thoughts

Photo Biz 401

After last week’s episode of The Grid, the office has been flooded with calls asking about our business class. Well, the next one is 29 Sept to 01 Oct at our office in Mammoth Lakes, CA. The price is $595 and has only one seat left (class holds 8). This is a hard core class starting off with your showing a 30 image portfolio, then going shooting for profit. After that, the work really begins because you HAVE to come to class with a 1500 word article already written! Understand the focus is the editorial market place and how to succeed there to grow your business. So, you wanna make money from your camera, here ya go! To grab that last seat, give Sharon a call 661.204.1506...

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on Jul 11, 2017 in Friday Thoughts

D5 BIG Firmware Update!

You’ll find the D5 HERE Just check out the changes! WOW!! • Added two new AF-area modes: group-area AF (HL) and group-area AF (VL). The user selects a row (HL) or column (VL) of focus points; when AF-C is selected for focus mode, the camera will give priority to the point in the selected row or column containing the subject closest to the camera. • Updated the photo info display to show the color temperature for photos taken with Auto selected for white balance. • Added an Exif tag listing the difference between the local time zone and UTC, part of the Exif 2.31 specification. • Added the support for the following features of AF-P lenses: – If the standby timer expires after the camera has focused, the focus position will not change when the timer is reactivated. – In manual focus mode, the focus indicator in the viewfinder (or in live view, the focus point selected in the monitor) will flash to show that infinity or the minimum...

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