Archive for the 'Slovenia' Category

Welcome to podcast #116. In recent news, Sony introduced a new sensor, Lee Filters announced a new warming polarizing filter, Delkin introduced a trio of rugged SD cards, Apple released a plugin to import Aperture files into Lightroom, Mylio  is a subscription-based photo organization program, and if you have $50,000 laying around, you may want to bid on a Hasselblad  500C camera that was the first in space.

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 Jim just returned from Slovenia workshop operated by Luka Esenko.  Slovenia is a truly amazing and very photogenic place that Jim recommends you add to your bucket list.  In addition, Jim joined a number of truly remarkable and interesting people and photographers from all over the globe.  In addition, Tim Mannakee joined the group with two photographers from England.  Jim also took time to interview Luka and Tim along with Curtis Budden (who runs workshops in Scotland and Poland), Tony Oberstar (an LA cinematographer), Dan Briski (a native Slovenian photographer), and Bob and Nadine (cousins of Tony who were visiting family in Slovenia). For more information on these other workshops and photographers, check www.lukaesenko.comwww.timmannakee.comwww.curtisbuddenphotography.com, and www.danbriski.com

Coming up next time, Chris Klapheke will join us again to report on new items from Photokina and 
suggestions for your holiday gifts!


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Welcome to podcast #109 featuring our friend, Luka Esenko who will be showing off images and talking about the upcoming Photography workshop to Slovenia this October.  To register for this workshop, or to obtain more information, go to www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com. The workshop will take place at the peak of the fall colors in the Julian Alps.  This is a unique workshop that you won't want to miss!

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In the news, Adobe announces that Lightroom will still have partial capability even if you choose to discontinue the Creative Cloud service.  MIT and Cornell University students develop a lighting drone that will follow a subject around a studio.  Also, MIT has released course materials into the public domain and they can be obtained right here: CLICK HERE FOR FREE MIT COURSES.

In addition to the Slovenia Workshop, The Black Hills Shootout registration is now live.  This workshop takes place in Rapid City, SD on September 26, 27 and 28.  The keynote speaker is Davd Black and we recommend you sign up now.  Also, there are still openings for the Maine Moose and Black Bear workshop in early October (also among the fall colors), and, of course, Slovenia beginning October 16. www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com - don't wait!

Next time, we begin reviewing the NeroTrigger by throwing jello squares at Fred!

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Luka Esenko joins Jim and Fred in Episode 89 to discuss the Slovenia Photography workshop for October 16, 2014.  If you are interested in more information about this workshop, please go to www.outdoorphotoworkshops.com  Luka shares some of his wonderful images taken at the same time of year as the workshop - fall colors in the Julian Alps  Go to the Outdoor Photoworkshops website to see more of Luka's images or go to his website at www.adriatic2alps.com  The workshop will be limited to 10 people, so if you are interested, inquire today!



In the news, Adobe Creative Cloud was hacked and some customer information may have been compromised.  Nikon releases the new D610 DSLR camera, Nat Geo photographers use the iPhone for image capture, the guys at Triggertrap are at it again and have a new development at Kickstarter, and SpaceX captures their rocket launch and landing using a hexacopter.

Hunts (www.huntsphotoandvideo.com) has Fotobug specials that are good until November 1st.  The Phottix Aion Wireless Timer for $69.99, the Format Hitech ND and ND graduated filters at 20% off, and the Camranger wireless transmitter for only $279.95.  Call Keith at 781 462-2340 and mention The Fotobug specials!

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