Western Digital is having another Photo Walk Contest this year, and I get to host again! This year's WD Photo Walk will be on October 24, in New York City. Contest winners will get to go on a three hour Photo Walk with me, and will win a WD My Passport 1 TB hard drive, Lowepro bag, and a Lexar media card. The Grand Prize Winner will win a WD My Net N900 HD Dual-band router, WD My Book Live personal cloud storage drive 1 TB, WD TV Live media player, Lexar media card, and Lowepro bag.
If you can be in New York City on October 24, you should enter the contest!
In this series of tutorials, Canon Explorer of Light Tyler Stableford takes us to Snowmass Terrain Park in Snowmass, Colorado, where he puts the iDC Triple Threat to work with multiple Canon 600EX-RT Speedlites. You'll see his assitant provide a handheld application of the Triple Threat that Tyler uses to create the perfect balance of ambient light with speedlites. Tyler is a pro at creating dynamic action photos and portraits in tricky shooting situations. See how he does it at the Canon Digital Learning Center.
2012 finds Bruce teaching more Canon EOS Destination Workshops in Sedona, Arizona, and Jackson, Wyoming. These on-location workshops are a great chance to explore environmental portaiture with Bruce and capture some breathtaking imagery. Don't wait to Register!
Uncle Canon has finally released the much-anticipated 5D Mark III and she's a beauty...
Yes, I have had this camera in my hot little hands and its very, very nice. They gave us a proper little 3.5mm headphone jack (at last!) so the audio features of the Mark III are greatly improved. I'll let you read more in the official press release but I'm very pleased with this logical evolution of the Canon 5D line. And don't worry, the 5D Mark II is gonna stick around for the foreseeable future too.