Thursday, October 22, 2009

Blog Blog

Black Star Rising
Seven Tips for Taking Photos in Public Places
No one should expect privacy if they are out and about in a public place. That means that everyone is fair game to be photographed on a public street and in open areas like a public park. But defining “public” can sometimes be tricky. And even if you technically have the right to take someone’s photo, this doesn’t necessarily protect you from, say, a punch in the nose...

Dane Sanders
Dane's Speaking Calendar

Ken Rockwell
Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park
I shot this earlier this week while I was in Yosemite National Park with a LEICA M9, LEICA 21mm f/2.8 ELMARIT-M ASPH, ISO 160, f/8 at 1/180 second, Kelvin WB.

Mike Larson
Catalina photo trip

Photo of the Day

Zacuto Z-Finder Review
I got my hands on a V2 Zacuto Z-Finder this week. This is the revised, second version of the Z-Finder. The Z-Finder is Zacuto’s Optical Viewfinder
(made by Schneider) that offers digital camera owners 3x focusable magnification, a 40mm diameter lens, an eyecup preventing extraneous light leakage, and a field of view perfectly matched to LCD screens.

Photojojo Newsletter
A Whole New Do, a Whole New You. Here’s how.

Style Me Pretty
Inspiration Board for Brides