Monthly Archives: December 2009

D3s testing with Stephanie

Generally, camera reviewers get brick walls and test charts out to test new cameras. I’m a bit more distractible than that, so I took the fantastic actor Stephanie Danielson out for a shoot. Shooting actors is different than shooting for Photoshop-crazy magazines — they need photos that show how they actually look, and aren’t about […]

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Stephanie and Sam: 10.10.09

Watch the full slideshow here (or click “continue reading” below) I’m going to lay it all on the line here: This is going to be the best wedding you’ll see today featuring a mariachi band and unicycle tricks. Sam runs a great bicycle shop up in Westchester, and so bicycles featured prominently in the wedding […]

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Well, that’s ONE way to fix a blown red channel

I’ve talked before about the creative possibilities of extreme white balance adjustments, and how the grey point controls on Nikon’s Capture NX2 provide the most extreme, high-quality control I’ve seen. Well, I meant it. Particularly interesting is how all of that hard-to-retain red-channel on a red flower in hard sun came back and the textures […]

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