Archive | September, 2010

9.14.10 Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find: Sheba Jo Photo

September 14, 2010

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9.14.10 Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find: Sheba Jo Photo

Hey Gang, We have a cool weekly feature here on DPE: Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find. Each Tuesday I choose a photographer who I find on Twitter  who is . . . well, talented! I find ‘em by reading an interesting tweet and then by clicking on his or her web site. This week’s Talented Twitter […]

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My Summer Vacation

September 13, 2010

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My Summer Vacation

This summer, I traveled with my family on a camping trip to the Bandon area of the Oregon coast. It was cold and windy, which is not unusual there but it was a refreshing break from the heat where I live. On the first evening after setting up camp, we were eating dinner in town. […]

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The Fire-Knife Dancer

September 10, 2010

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The Fire-Knife Dancer

During the Maui Photo Festival in August, most of the photographers were caught completely off-guard when our fire-knife dancer appeared almost unexpectedly out of the darkness — well after the sun disappeared. There were perhaps 50 photographers in a semi-circle, including several pros. Each of us had to act quickly on the situation. My first […]

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The Joy of Low Angle Flowers

September 9, 2010

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The Joy of Low Angle Flowers

As summer starts to wind down, there are still a lot of flowers to be photographed! Summer garden flowers are still looking good, while fall blooming species both in gardens and in the wild are beginning to blossom. The most common way flowers are photographed is from a position about 45 degrees above the blossom. […]

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Paradise Dreamscape

September 8, 2010

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Paradise Dreamscape

This image was created in Maui, Hawaii during the 2010 Maui Photo Festival Chris (the model) and I had been dodging the rain most of the afternoon when we finally decided to use this gorgeous tree as shelter from the storm. The light was a very soft and diffused – and the tree seemed to […]

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9.07.10 Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find: Jason Cate

September 7, 2010

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9.07.10 Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find: Jason Cate

Hey Gang, We have a cool weekly feature here on DPE: Tuesday’s Talented Twitter Find. Each Tuesday I choose a photographer who I find on Twitter  who is . . . well, talented! I find ‘em by reading an interesting tweet and then by clicking on his or her web site. This week’s Talented Twitter […]

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Image selection & timelapse from the Maui Photo Festival

September 7, 2010

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This is a short video featuring some of the best images I made while at Maui Photo Festival. We were so busy I did not get a chance to make too many images. One of the highlights of the Maui Photo Festival was making it to the Haleakala volcano crater for a sunrise, and what […]

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Bad Light? Not for Portraits…

September 3, 2010

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Bad Light? Not for Portraits…

Overcast skies may be bad for landscape photography, but they are great for shooting portraits. When shooting under cloudy skies you’ve got a giant overhead softbox to work with. This creates soft light that wraps around your subject and makes it easy to capture a proper exposure without blown highlights or harsh shadows. This soft […]

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Maui Photo Fest Recap and Interview with Paul Bowen // Podcast

September 2, 2010

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Rick and Juan just returned from the Maui Photo Fest, where we had a great time and got to meet so many of you, our listeners. Rick had a chance to interview Terrie & Beth the brains behind the Maui Photo Festival, as well as Paul Bowen, an incredibly inspiring aerial photographer. Lastly Rick ran […]

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Hope You Can Grab a Free Redeem Code for Light It!

September 1, 2010

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Hope  You Can Grab a Free Redeem Code for Light It!

Hey Gang To celebrate my fifth app, Light It!, I am giving away five free redeem codes. Hope you can grab one. They go fast! 4E4Y3A346JE7 73NLPHNNTAH7 4HA7YYXFYJEN XNL4HRW7AWYA EX66YWHF7XFY Note: To redeem a code, go to the home screen of the App Store and click “Redeem” in the upper right hand corner. Enter your […]

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