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Join us at Allen’s Camera on Saturday October 18th from 10am to 3pm for the second annual Allen’s Nikon-A-Palooza. 4401 New Falls Road Levittown, PA 19056.
We will be filming a Mobile RAWtalk from 10:30-Noon followed by hanging out in the store to answer any questions you may have or even critique your best 10 photos in person for FREE.
Someone who comes out with be the first EVER to spin the Wheel of FRO other than me.
Allen will be giving away a Nikon DSLR so be sure to join us to get entered for FREE to win that fantastic prize. Nikon reps will be to answer all of your questions. And there will be NPS technicians in the store doing FREE sensor cleanings. There are limited spots for sensors cleaning so be sure to get there early to sign up.
There will be KILLER trade in bonuses if you trade in any used gear. Brandon has put together some extra bonuses for those who will be trading in their used gear.
I will be doing RAPID FIRE CRITIQUES LIVE and in person. Be sure to bring your best 10 images for me to critique.
If you get hungry, don’t worry the TACO TRUCK IS BACK!!!!!!!!
Last year we had people come in from as far away as Canada so if you are within 8 hours we want to see you there in person.
The best part of it all is you get to hang out with fellow photographers in the REAL WORLD.
I started my review of the Nikon D750 yesterday at a night high school football game. This is not the review, that will be coming int he next few weeks.
But I thought I would share with you some quick video samples straight out of the camera.
The first one was shot with the Nikon 400mm F2.8 VR on a monopod.
Auto ISO for video
Manual Audio Levels set to 10
VR was ON
The second clip was shot with the Nikon 600mm F4 VR
On a Benro Video Tripod with VR On
Manual Audio Levels set to 10
My full review will be out in the next few weeks. But so far this video looks pretty clean.
Lenses borrowed from BorrowLenses.com
Let’s reach into DigiRichies bag of goodies and see what we come out with this week.
This week we pull out a J-Hook, no not a sky hook just a simple J-Hook. But what is the J-Hook for you may ask?
One use that Richie suggests is as an alternative to bringing sandbags on set you can simple put a J-Hook on a light stand than hook a bag to it. In this case Richie would hook his goodies bag to the stand because it has some weight to it.
And there you have a simple solution to an issue we face on set as a photographer.
That is what’s in DigiRichie’s Bag this week.
To connect with Richie on Twitter @TheDigiRichie #AskDigiRichie
Every which way you look today you see “Urban Exploring” photo series. But I want you to remember something, just because it’s old and abandoned doesn’t mean you don’t have to be creative still.
There are a few images in this Rapid Fire Critique where the photographer found an old building and simply took snap shots of a big open space. That’s all well and good here and there if there is some interest. But if there isn’t a moment captured or interesting details found the images are just blah.
My tips, for finding interesting urban exploring photos is to look for the details. Find the small interesting details that will pop from the photo and make people go wow.
Tell the story of what the place once was. Create a series, not just one wide shot but many shots together that bring the place to life. That is what will help make your urban exploring images stand out.