Monthly Archives: October 2009


Happy Halloween!


Don’t be scared! Ode to the Hassy

These photos were shot with an old Hasselblad 500c & polaroid back. The polaroid film as all expired so it added to the halloween effect. The Halloween party was over 5 years ago. I no […]



9 Exposure HDR at the Eastern State Penitentiary in Philly.  I love going to the prison/museum as you always see something new.  If you are a photographer and have never been there, make sure you […]


Pocket Model Release Pad

The Pocket Model Release has been removed.  I now recommend using an iPhone or Android App called EasyRelease.  EasyRelease is a paperless way to collect model and property releases using your iPhone or iPad and sync them […]


Help your shoulders when carrying a tripod for under $3

Many photographers keep their cameras on a tripod while walking around looking for great subjects to capture. I do it too and my shoulders are often in a lot of pain afterwards. There is a […]


Adobe Lightroom Beta 3

Lightroom 3 here we come.  Great new features including one of the most desired features…a better Watermarking tool! Brand new performance architecture State-of-the-art noise reduction Watermarking tool Portable sharable slideshows with audio Flexible customizable print […]


A Photographers Interview with Erik Lawrence

Please tell us about yourself as a person and as a photographer. Where did you grow up and what sparked your desire to photograph? Were you active with the photography department in high school? Where […]


Coming in Photoshop CS5

Adobe posted this video on YouTube as a preview of what they’re working on in Photoshop CS5. A taste of what’s to come.


Designing my friends website

My friend Andrew asked me to help him redesign his website. The original design was a simple plain black background with white text. He wanted something more colorful. While it is still under construction getting […]


Shooting in Rain and Bad Weather – Photography Bay

The Photography Bay has posted a great article on shooting in bad weather so I thought I’d share it with my readers.  Below is a summary of the article so head over the their website […]


The Cannonball House Flag

During the Springfield Photowalk I was challenging myself to only photograph specific subjects.  I didn’t want to just keep snapping away.  I took my time and really thought about what I wanted from the photowalk. […]


Spy Camera Product Shot