Photographer Spotlight: Brad Moore

Photographer Spotlight: Brad Moore

Nov 2, 2011 | One Comment

Brad Moore is a photographer based in Tampa whose love for music is the basis of his active photography career. When he’s not shooting concerts, he works with Scott Kelby and the gang at Kelby Media Group as Scott’s photo assistant and photo studio manager. Brad also has been a contributing photographer to some of…

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Photographer Spotlight: Kenna Klosterman

Oct 4, 2011 | 13 Comments

Kenna Klosterman is a boutique portrait artist based in Seattle specializing in maternity, babies, and children. She’s dreamed about working for National Geographic and took her first leap into the world of photography in high school, when she received a hand-me-down Olympus OM10 SLR from her dad. Hours spent in the darkroom perfecting her craft…

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Photographer Spotlight: Drew Gurian

Jul 5, 2011 | 4 Comments

Drew Gurian is a New York City-based freelance music and editorial photographer, and Joe McNally’s assistant. Drew got his first Pentax Spotmatic when he was 15 and started taking what he calls “horrible photos for bands that were kind enough to give me passes to their shows.” In school, he interned for two major NYC…

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Are You Going to Zenfolio’s ZOOM Tour 2011?

Jun 29, 2011

The ZOOM Tour is an opportunity to get to know more about Zenfolio and meet other photographers. ZenMasters answer your questions and demonstrate all of the bells and whistles Zenfolio offers. Industry professionals present on topics related to site design, order fulfillment, marketing, and more. And, look forward to receiving goods from Tether Tools, of…

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Technology has Caught Up With the Polaroid

Sep 23, 2010 | One Comment

By Kim Appis As an Art Director who has been in the field for over 20 years, I have evolved with the constantly changing technology.  Like many Creatives, I have a love/hate relationship with technology.  I love the speed and ease that computers and software provide, but hate being tied to a monitor and keyboard…

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5 Reasons to Shoot Tethered

Sep 3, 2010 | 3 Comments

Here is a well written concise list on the benefits of tethered shooting 1. A Large LCD monitor is a much better viewing medium than the small screen on the back of the camera. A vertically oriented image viewed full screen on a 23″ Apple Cinema display is the equivalent of an instant 11×14″ print….

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A Review of the Tether Table Premier

Jun 17, 2010

Tether Table Premier by Jeff Gedgaud Product Review: Tether Table Premiere Tether Table Premiere is an ingenious portable podium that photographers and others may find as just the right solution to laptop placement in the field using the equipment they already have. Ease of Use, Performance: 24/25 Look & Feel: 24/25 Features 22/25 How much…

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