I have been shooting the Places Please! production of Aladdin Jr at the Henegar Center for the Arts. I have shot Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and will shoot Sunday. Once the production is over I will post another link to a location where the images can be purchased online.
The Eau Gallie Arts District will hold its monthly First Friday Art Walk event from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, September 2nd. Art studios, galleries, shops, and restaurants in EGAD will remain open late for a free art walk featuring new exhibition openings, art demonstrations, refreshments, and live music. Activities happening in Eau Gallie Square will include area artists’ booths set up and music in the band shell
EGAD Art Lab has the AQUA show hanging for a few more weeks before it comes down and is replaced with Head Games.
I have three photos in the front window.
I have been studying elements of the photography used in Real Estate sale material. I found this very insightful how to for realtors to use when taking pictures of there listings.
I fund these tips here Web Real Estate Market web site
Photography tips for listing agents
You will need: A camera, a towel, a table or sturdy flat surface, a hammer, a phone and a room that needs to be photographed.
- Remove camera from case.
- Remove battery from camera and put it in your pocket.
- Place towel on flat surface.
- Place camera on top of towel.
- Fold towel over camera until it is completely covered.
- Pick up the hammer and hit the camera at least 10 times. When the camera is flat you have hit it enough times.
- Use the phone to call a photographer.
- Carefully pick up the towel and keep it folded and toss it in the trash (this part may take some practice).
- Take the battery to a recycling center.
- Hire a professional photographer
I received this offer from Ken Allen Studios, I am going to try and get an hour of time to print many of my new images I shot while in New York.
August 12, 2010
I hope you are well, and will take a moment to read about an event I will be having at my printing studio in Brooklyn.
60 Minutes of Printing for $60
I have a lot of overstock fine art paper from 60″ rolls down to 8.5×11″ cut sheets that I want you to use up. There are a variety of papers many of which I ordered just for testing… and a few surprises.
On Thursday August 19th we will have ten (10) one hour appointments to print as much as you can.
You arrive for your appointment, look through our overstocked papers, give us your image/s and we will print as much as we can in your time slot. Prints have to finish by the end of the hour so we will determine when to send the last file to the printer. Some papers may run out so you may end up with prints on different papers. It’s up to you if you want to print a few big prints or lots of little ones.
To reserve your one hour slot you must email us starting at 9:00:00 AM on Friday August 13th. The first 10 emails that we receive and make a confirmation deposit will reserve their spot.
Respond to this email if you are interested in this offer even if you cannot make it on Thursday the 19th. It is possible that we will have another promotion. Feel free to contacts us with any questions.
This is a video I shot a while ago to show the time and effort it takes to get a few good images. The shoot took 3-4 hours from set up to break down. That did not include post editing time to get a finished image. I shot with Tina and her vintage VW. The car was totaled in accident with an un-insured motorist a few months later.
In the video I sets up lights, move lights, move more lights, get on the ground to take a shot, then get up again to move the lights again. Getting a single shot can be long process. I start with a base look and then work from there. Some times I can get the shot quick, or the idea is not working and requires changes to the approach.
I just posted my new site for photography www.johnsluderphotography.com. Will be reworking the site to be my show case site to have the best of the best. This site will be for my blogs…
I have been experimenting with panoramic photography, it is a great way to show a large space with the over distortion of a ultra-wide angel lens or the severe cost of a professional grade wide angle lens. The every time I shoot a panorama I learn a new technique or trick to all them to come out better, I am going to try and shot multi shot panoramic and use a HDR techniques…
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