THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS | A PRO PHOTO & VIDEO BLOG

Around the Adoramasphere

Posted in News by Nathan Lee Bush on April 10, 2011

On the Techniques and How-Tos blog, Fred Singer compares the advantages and disadvantages of printing yourself vs. using a professional printing service; Mark Wallace reviews Easy Release for the iPad which allows you to create model and property releases; Derek Doeffinger explains sharpening settings in Photoshop for print; Mark interviews filmmakers Jason McKee and Tomas Guzman about how they achieved the film noir look for their new short film; and Mark explains the Inverse Square Law, explaining how light distance effects subject light quality.

On the Gear Guides and Reviews Blog, Mark Wallace reviews the Flashpoint LED Video Light, a hotshoe mounted light with barn doors; and Ryan Brenizer reviews the  new Pocketwizard FlexTT5 and MiniTT1, and finds them extremely reliable.

At the Adorama News Desk, an Adorama news writer describes the new low-light prosumer powerhouse, the Nikon D5100; and Mason Resnick wraps the week’s photo news, with the new sturdier pro lensbaby lenses, the Leica X1 firmware update, the new 633X SDHC cards from Delkin, and more.

On Tech Tock, Mason ponders the future of print, as more of our lives go digital; Al Escudero explains how to embed an AdoramaPix photobook preview on your site for your clients to preview and to impress your prospective clients.

On this blog, Through The Looking Glass, Atif Hashmi contributes the first two installments of our audio recording primer, part 1 on recorders and mixers and part 2 on microphones and lavalier mics; I write about ARC client Jonathan Mannion‘s exemplary celebrity portrait photography; and I round up the week’s photo and video events in New York City.

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