The end of another busy week...

I am off to shoot a rare Friday wedding today, and tomorrow I am the Portland Maine Leader for Scott Kelby's world wide extravaganza, so let me leave you with a few things to read until I get back next week.

1. If you have bought (or thinking about buying) the Nikon D700, you'll want to check out Ken Rockwell's D700 User's Guide. Like everything else he does, this guide is thorough, informative, detail oriented, and free! So if you find this (or any of his) resources useful, consider making a small donation to support the cause.

2. Digital Photography School always has good posts, but this week had several of interest, How to Win a Photography Competition, Full Frame Sensor vs Crop Sensor, and Stepping in to Wedding Photography. The last one is of particular interest (to me) as many folks think photographing a wedding is easy, "show up and take pictures", but there is sooooo much more to it.

3. Stop by and watch Chase Jarvis do an on location photo shoot in three minutes. And when you're done with that check out his entire blog, you'll be glad you did.

4. There is more to the business of photography than capturing images and one of the most important (and most often neglected) are the legal implications. If you are not a regular reader of Carolyn Wright's blog - Photo Attorney you should be. If you continue to ignore this part of your practice and something happens we are all gonna stand around, pointing and saying "na, na, na, na, na, na".


Have a good weekend.

If you want to have a great weekend, let the people who are important to you know that they are important to you.

1 comment:

Miguel Palaviccini said...

Chase Jarvis does some phenomenal stuff. Thanks for sharing!