Aug 27, 2012

Monday Photo Roundup - Aug. 27

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Shooting sports is one of the most fun (if less profitable) parts of the photo biz.  It is also a little bit competitive.  You can try to be in the right place as often as possible, but most important is to get the shot when you are there.

I am a space geek and a huge fan of astronauts in general.  Here is an interesting look at the coverage, good and bad, of the death of Neil Armstrong in newspapers across the country.  It is fairly unforgivable to get the wrong photo.  And I think the flag on the moot at half-staff is too clever for its own good.

If you want to do a "Trash the Dress" session call me.  But don't try to swim in your wedding dress.  This is such a sad and tragic tale...

Speaking of photography-related deaths... stay away from the bears.  

If I say, "Black and white photo of steel workers eating lunch on a beam high above New York City," you can probably get the classic photo by Charles C. Ebbets in you head.  Now it is an inspiration for a documentary film.

Lots of planning puts a ton of still photos into a massive music video...

Dream Music: Part 2 from Marc Donahue on Vimeo.

If you want to shoot video and stills at the same time, how about attaching a GoPro Hero to your DSLR?  Works for SportsShooter-in-Chief Robert Hanashiro.

If bigger is better, how about a giant Holga?

Summer Canon rebates are coming to an end...

While on the Canon Rumors... how about a giant-megapixel Canon dslr to compete with medium format specs? 

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