Some answers to the perennial question, “Do I need a release for that?” can be found at http://www.picturecorrect.com/tips/photo-releases-your-rights-and-obligations/
Anyone who enjoyed – or missed! – our program on shooting photos from a higher perspective using a painter’s pole might want to watch Scott Kelby’s short but detailed video on getting that effect using a monopod. You can view it at http://kelbyone.com/blog/build-a-remote-camera-on-a-monopod/.
Anyone interested in natural-looking HDR and the various methods of creating that kind of image might enjoy Blake Rudis’ “HDR Grudge Match” video at http://everydayhdr.com/explore-hdr-2/?mc_cid=e9f6f61796&mc_eid=d2ba68f019. Once you get past the tongue-in-cheek dramatic intro, the comparisons are quite informative.
This is an interesting discussion about the ethics of using Photoshop in photojournalism:
Amazing world we think we live in..
Members can listen to a audio recording of last night’s photography presentation by Mary Brunst. Follow the link. Header>Presenters:>2014 Presenters:
Looking for a few more members in good standing, to assist in this 3rd and finial phase of website testing. If you wish to play in our digital sandbox, send me an email, with the secret members code. I’ll create an account and image gallery for you. Everything might not work as advertised but I promise you won’t get too dirty. Actually kidding about the secret code, I just made that up, and things are getting fairly stable so that’s not entirely true either. Just provide me with your full name and good email address so I can verify membership with “Da Prez”.
Feel free to visit my website to see more of my work darlenefreasphotography.com