Posts Tagged ‘slr’
Posted in Travel, Workshops, tagged artisans, canon, craft, culture, digital, eric kazmirek, Field Trip, italy, kaz arts, landscape, light, Nikon, photo, photography, photos, Photoshop, RAW, slr, Travel, tuscany, umbria, Workshop, Workshops on February 5, 2010 |
Here are some new products I’ll be field-testing while in Costa Rica:
Promaster T525P 4-section Carbon Fiber tripod
LowePro Flipside 400 Backpack
Hoya HD Circular Polarizing Filter
UV/IR Cut Filter
RPS Studio Mini Softbox Diffuser
Look for these reviews and of course photos from the trip in the coming weeks here at Lighting the Way.
When we return, we will also be catching up on many loose ends that have been left here on the forum:
Completing multi-part articles, finally posting our film vs. digital test from last year and really shifting our online store into full gear.
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged Adobe, bridgewater, digital, eric kazmirek, full-frame, kaz arts, new jersey, Nikon, photo, photography, RAW, slr, snow, the ranch, trees, winter on February 3, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
We awoke this morning to a winter wonderland. Here are some photos of our little Dollhouse and the backyard.
Posted in Photo Gallery, tagged bridal, D3, digital, dress, equestrian, equine, eric kazmirek, friesian, full-frame, gown, horse, images, landscape, light, lighting, new jersey, Nikon, photography, photos, portrait, RAW, slr, wedding on February 1, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Kerry’s dream was to have her bridal portraits done while riding horseback on a Friesian. Well, we made it happen. One of our clients knows a number of horse breeders in Hunterdon county, and we made a connection. The horse you see here is named Fjoory, originally from Holland. We’ve developed a nice relationship with the breeder, so hopefully we will be able to do photo workshops with horse and model sometime very soon. Enjoy the photos!
This month we are featuring the work of Dick Edwards, a client of mine from Northern New Jersey
The city [Venice] is divided into six Siestrie (or districts); three on the north side of the Grand Canal, San Marco, Cannaregio, and Castello and three to the south, Santa Croce, San Palo and Dorsoduro. Additionally, the long narrow island of Guidecca lies across the Guidecca Canal, south of Dorsorado, and serves as home to working-class Venetians.
Mention “Venice” to the once-time visitor and most likely you will invoke memories of the “sights” of San Marco (the Bascilica, Dodges Palace, Piazza bearing the same name, and the north embankment of the Rialto Bridge).
It is in the “other” five siestrie, however, in the campi (there is only one piazza in Venice, San Marco, the other squares carry the designation “campo”), and along the calles, fondamentas, terras, that are found the images of light and darkness, permanence and decay, and above all, the interplay of brick, stone and water that comprise the magic of Venice. And it is these images that provoke the frequent traveler to Venice to ponder his next return. ~ Dick Edwards
All photographs copyright 2010 Dick Edwards