Bookshelf Suggestions

I have to admit this post is somewhat inspired by Scott Kelby’s Pimpy Thursday blog posts, with my own twist. I’m an avid reader and am always juggling books. I’m also looking out for new reading material, so I thought I’d share what I have and what I’m getting. Just don’t confuse it with Oprah’s […]

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Review: Kelby Training on Lighting

Update:  I have an updated review of Kelby Training.  Check it out! In many ways, I think that Kelby Training is one of the best values available for training photographers. I’m specifically going to look at their training for lighting in this review, but there’s much more available on this subscription based service. That subscription […]

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Review: Strobist Lighting Seminar DVD

David Hobby brought lighting knowledge to thousands of people with his blog and his Lighting 101 course. The subsequent community that’s grown from comments on his blog and on the Strobist Flickr forum is also a fountain of knowledge covering lighting, gear, and perhaps a fetish for batteries. He’s able to get absolutely stunning images […]

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Review: OneLight Workshop DVD

At the end of yesterday’s post, I told you that this is the DVD to buy if you could only afford to buy one. That’s because this is the training material that I felt did the best job of presenting a complete guide to lighting and reinforced it with examples demonstrating the lessons. It was […]

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Review: MOO Cards

I finally decided to order some business cards, despite not being in business. It just makes it easier for people to deal with you, and in some cases, take you a little more seriously.  For example, I may run into someone who isn’t actually a model, but could make a good photo. If I walk […]

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