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Model Wendy Jeanette @wendyyjeanette photographed at Carlos Alvarado's Portraiture Workshop @ca_nyc.miami. Hair and Make-Up done by Yary Hernandez @kryst3ll_. Nikon D810, Nikkor 24-85 mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens, Focal Length: 78 mm, Aperture: f/9.0, Shutter Speed: 1/160 second, White Balance: Auto, and ISO: 100. One light setup with Einstein E640 and Strip Softbox w/grid directly over the head of the subject. #NikonD810
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Model: Wendy Jeanette. MUA: Yary Hernandez. Nikon D810, Nikon 85 mm f/1.4 Lens, Focal Length: 85 mm, Aperture: f/3.5, Shutter Speed: 1/250 second, White Balance: Auto, and ISO: 100. This was a 1 light setup usign a Einstein E640 strobe with the Elinchrom Rotalux Octabox. #NikonD810
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If you often work with very large layered files in Photoshop, you may have found that saving those files can take a while. Here's some good news: if you're
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The Voigtlander 35 1.7 Ultron VM (Leica Mount) Lens Review By Steve Huff We are living in a GREAT  time for our hobby or our profession or ou…
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Excellent video.  How can I view some of your photography work with the Sony A7II and Sony A6000?
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Stephanie photographed with the Sony A7II, Minolta MC Rokkor-PF 55 mm f/1.7 lens, Focal Length: 55 mm, Aperture: f/2.8, Shutter Speed: 1/160 second, White Balance: Cloudy, and ISO: 100. One light setup with Alien Bee B800 strobe with the Westcott RapidBox 48" Octa XXL. Strobe triggered using PocketWizard Plus III triggers. The RapidBox is positioned off to the right of the frame approximately 1.5 feet away from the subject's face. White foam core board placed below subject out of the edge of the frame. Light was metered using a Sekonic L-358 Flash Meter. #SonyA7II
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I’ve read two articles this week that appear critical of Flickr and thought I’d take a moment to address both, as well as share some of my own thoughts on
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I'm at the Canon booth at Imaging USA watching Peter Hurley go through his class on head shots with a professional female model. Once Mr. Hurley finishes working with the model, he states that he needs a member of the opposite sex from the audience. The audience around the Canon booth was 5 rows deep with photographers. As soon as Mr. Hurley said he needed a male from the audience, my hand went up, and I started waiving my arm. To my surprise, none of the guys in the audience were volunteering. I shouted out "you have to use me" and Mr. Hurley finally told me to come on up, and the rest is history. It was an incredibly humbling and insightful experience to be a part of one of Peter Hurley's classes. Canon was gracious enough to allow me to get copies of all the photographs that Mr. Hurley took of me. Thank you Mr. Hurley and Canon for the opportunity to be apart of the seminar at Imaging USA 2016.


You can't win on the sidelines if you don't get in the game. This quote is something I've always believed in. I didn't know what to expect getting up in front of Mr. Hurley and the legions of photographers who were at Imaging USA. I knew that whatever was going to happen that I wanted to be part of it. When an opportunity presents itself, you have to be ready to pounce on it with everything you have. Don't let fear hold you back from action and participation, you will end up working to build the dreams of others instead of building your own. Who will build your dreams if you don't lay the first bricks for the foundation? You never know what doors may open just because you decided to raise your hand and say use me.


Photograph taken by Peter Hurley at Imaging USA in Atlanta, Georgia. © Peter Hurley. Mr. Hurley used the Canon 5DS-R with the Canon EF 100 mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM lens, Exposure Mode: Manual, Focal Length: 100 mm, White Balance: Manual, Aperture: f/4, Shutter Speed: 1/80 second, and ISO: 200. Subject lit using the Westcott Peter Hurley 4-Light Flex Kit. Mr. Hurley used the Canon 5DS-R with the Feisol Elite Tripod CT-3472LV. ‪#‎ImagingUSA‬ ‪#‎ImagingUSA2016‬ ‪#‎Canon5DSR‬
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Things That Stay With You http://blog.joemcnally.com/2015/08/17/things-that-stay-with-you/ via @JoeMcNallyPhoto#JulianBond #JoeMcNally  
I had always wanted to meet Julian Bond. He had been a hero of mine since growing up in the sixties. He was a strong, articulate voice for fairness and voting rights, and just plain common sense when ...
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I wanted to share my recent experience at Carlos Alvarado Jr's Portraiture Workshop. First off, it was an honor to meet and participate in Carlos Alvarado Jr's workshop. Carlos is a humble and approachable photographer. The workshop was very thorough and heavy on information. Carlos didn't hold back anything. From start to finish, Carlos walked the students in the workshop through each photograph and light setup. Carlos didn't just say watch what I do, he walked the class through the concept, make-up, light setup, camera settings, and posing of his subject to get his final photograph. Every step of the way, Carlos took time to stop and answer all questions that were asked of him from why choosing particular camera settings to lens recommendations for a particular setup. One of the best aspects of the workshop was the hands on portion. I have been to other workshops in the past where I only had an opportunity to observe what was going on. In Carlos' workshop, it's all hands on deck. All participants had ample time to shoot each light setup as well as receive one to one coaching by Carlos to overcome any technical problems or questions that arose during the photo shoot. Some of the subjects discussed included exposure triangle, operation of a light meter, equipment usage, light modifiers, model posing, wardrobe, lighting setups, and studio workflow. I learned a tremendous amount during the workshop from Carlos, the models, Make-Up Artist, and workshop participants. Carlos is an outstanding photographer and very knowledgeable instructor with the ability to convey his knowledge and experience in an effective manner. I highly recommend attending Carlos Alvarado Photography's workshops and hiring Carlos as a photographer.
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