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Links Friday – 02.10.09

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

In an effort to get back on the wagon blog wise I will post a few links I have seen around for this links friday. Nothing too special but soon I hope to bring this back to par!

  • Digital Photography School has a 5 Tips for Young Family Portraits. This hits quite close to home with me as we still have not taken a family photo yet and time is getting on.
  • Next is a music video by the Cinnamon Chasers for their song “Luv Deluxe”. This is an impressive show of how powerful video on a DSLR is. Granted the guy had a Canon 5D MrkII strapped to his face but it give me hope that with the new Canon 7D out now we will see more high standard of videos from normal people… Hell maybe I can make one? Anyone got 1500 euros? Oh and the song is not too bad either!  You can find the video on Youtube and I do suggest you put it into HD and let it buffer before playing ;-)

Links Friday – 06.03.08

Friday, March 6th, 2009

Its a little silly that its taken 3 months! before I did this again. I am really sorry! I do really need to find a way to store my links so that I can just post them when I get them.

  • Squeeze The Lime released this little gem of a video about “Herlinde’s Fist Photo Shoot”. Bert Stephani shows what he would normally do when braking in a new model. I found though that the video sort of morphed into this less complicated guide to portrait photo shooting. Just simply showing the user position of lights, reflectors and what lenses to use then after that show the result is just simply inspiring! Thanks Bert! –>Click Here<–

LIME008 – Herlinde’s First Shoot from Lime Photography on Vimeo.

  • Check out Its a great site that shares flickrs concept of free service but can go pro. Of course its only for video. You get a 500MB a week uploading free which video from those small cameras is more than enough. The processing time is a little long (max I have seen is 1 hour) before your video is live but you can remove that waiting time by going pro. Now pro is not the cheapest thing either but you can upload HD video after that so it really depends on what your doing. Regardless if you join or not take a look at some of the videos. You wont be disappointed. –>Click Here<–
  • Last but not least I wanted to reference Victor W. again! If you have not added this guy as a contact you need too do it now… I am waiting… I said do it now!!! Ok joking aside you really need to keep an eye on this pro photographers stream as he is a real inspiration!  His recent master piece I can’t stop looking at either. Fantastic lighting, great subject and very very original!


Links Friday – 23.01.08

Friday, January 23rd, 2009

Every Friday I am hoping I can post the best links I come across about photography. So here is this weeks selection

  • Visit Squeeze The Lime for a fantastic video on “Quick Ambient Light Portraits”. Bert Stephani give us a guide to making fantastic portraits without using any flash equipment, using the full potental of the light that simply comes through the window. –>Click Here<–

LIME004 – Quick Ambient Light Portraits from Lime Photography on Vimeo.

  • At This Week In Photography new contributor Andy Ihnatko columnist for the Chicago Sun Times and Macworld Magazine, gave a great insight in the personal issues we photographers face. People using Auto mode! –>Click Here<–
  • Finally Yamaneko also on the flicker forum posted a tutorial on drawing a picture using light. Something I have been meaning to try for a while. Thanks Yamaneko and congratulations on getting the 450D! –>Click Here<–