Watch the recording from yesterday’s entire live Q&A session. Nathan did a great job moderating as we spent a fun hour discussing a diverse array of topics from aperture’s place in the exposure triangle to diffraction, focus stacking and using a shallow depth of field to create depth in images. Thanks to all of you for submitting such great questions and participating in the live broadcast.
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Well, I missed Day 2 because we were on the road a lot, so I’m catching up on Day 2 and 3. First off, as I write this I’m sitting on a couch drinking coffee, on a snowy windy morning. There’s basically nothing we can do outside right now. We were out last night trying to shoot the Aurora and Milky Way and it was too windy to even get a sharp photo. This morning is even worse. Snow, and around 25 mph winds makes it a nice day to relax a little and catch up.
ON1 Plus Coaches Hudson Henry and Matt Kloskowski critiqued over 450 photos. This recap shows 25 photos that they thought make the best learning moments.
All I can say is WOW! This place is amazing. From the minute we left the airport, it’s some of the most amazing and craziest looking landscape I’ve ever seen. So I figured I’d give you a quick Day 1 Recap.
Hey there Plus peeps! Okay, I need your help. I’m heading on a photo trip with some friends tomorrow, and I want to include you guys as much as possible along the journey. So I’m looking for some ideas. Here’s the deal:
Hey everyone! I just wanted to let everyone know that Hudson and his wife Stacey are the new and very proud parents of Pike Henry. Pike was born on Saturday February 20th, and mom/dad/and baby are all doing great. They may be a little sleep deprived right now, but we all know that goes away in 25-30 years ;-)
Hello again everybody! If you’ve been paying attention to the Plus member site over the last couple of weeks, you know that Matt and I did a reverse photo challenge where you challenge us to something. By overwhelming vote, the challenge was for Matt and I to get out and shoot at high noon. I decided this would be a great opportunity for me to go scout the new Tilikum Crossing a pedestrian bridge here in Portland.
Hey there and happy Friday! If you’ve followed the Plus member site over the last couple of weeks, you’ll know that Hudson and I did a reverse photo challenge where you challenge us to something. By overwhelming vote, the challenge was for Hudson and I to get out and shoot at noon. It could have been landscape, portrait, street scenes, whatever we wanted – but it had to be at noon and with minimal gear.
Earlier this week we hosted a live webcast/Q&A session where I edited a few of my photos, and anyone who joined in could ask questions live. Big thanks to all who joined in. We had almost 400 people which was awesome and some really great questions. But… for anyone that missed it, the video is right here so you can watch it (or re-watch it). Also, if you missed it but have any questions feel free to ask ’em Discussion area under the appropriate topic.
While we’re always generating content for Plus members, I couldn’t resist sharing this. This past week I came across two articles that I really wanted to share, because they relate to topics I hear about all the time.
Hey everyone! This month we have some really great rewards available…
(Note: Idea submissions have already happened. Now it’s time to vote. There’s an official poll with choices below)
Thanks so much for all of the fun and creative ideas for the reverse photo challenge I posted about the other day. In case you missed it, the idea is that you guys come up with a challenge for Hudson and I. Well, 150 of you answered. Thank you!!! I love the interaction that this community is bringing!
In yesterday’s Live Q&A I had a number of questions about what filters I carry with me these days and I promised I would link a recent blog post I just wrote about exactly that. There are loads of example images and explanations.
First an apology for the technical difficulties we had with the live Q&A session today. Comcast had an internet service problem in my studio’s neighborhood that struck 10 minutes before the broadcast. Murphy’s law in full force. For those of you who stuck it out THANK YOU. For those who couldn’t make it or understandably dropped out, I have good news for you.