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2) Only 2 spots left for Iceland—July 20, 2012
3) I’ll have another article coming next month published by Landscape Photography Magazine. Please check out what available within this publication. It is a superior value .
ON THE ROAD IN 2012: Yes; it’s almost time to head out for another year on the road. Frankly I can’t wait!. Registrations are coming in for my 2012 workshop & one on one workshop schedule. Take advantage of my 10% discount ( amount other discounts!) and register by 1/1/2012.
Unfortunately I cannot offer discounts for international workshops and the two workshops I’ll be conducting for the pacific Northwest Art School. http://www.pacificnorthwestartschool.org/all/photography-workshops/graham-jack-photography-on-whidbey-may-9-12-2012
One of my workshop attendees, Don Dennis, from the Syracuse NY area came attended my Ohio workshop this past October. We spent one full day photographing on an Amish Farm–(yes.. on the farm, not from the road!…. and then ate a magnificent meal right there on the farm!) We all were allowed into all of their buildings and came away with some up front and personal images, that, to my knowledge, no other photography workshop offers. I’ll be repeating this workshop again in 2013.
Don has attended my Southwest workshop as well as the Ohioevent . His superb work can be found here: http://www.dondennisphotography.com/ Don put together a short slideshow of his images. They are really wonderful shots. Take a minute and check them out!
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Three things I am either purchasing or strongly considering!
This is a USB SD card reader which, like all card readers, allows users to connect an SD card to a computer and use it as an external drive. However, this is the first card reader that incorporates a Wireless-N access point, a built-in media server, and a battery. This means that when it’s unplugged from the computer, it becomes a wireless storage expander, just like any of the aforementioned devices.
The AirStash can stream data to up to eight wireless clients at a time; the Satellite can stream to three clients at most, and the G-Connect can stream to only five.
The advantage of the AirStash, is that it offers users the flexibility of using any SD card as its storage, meaning, among other things, that you can immediately stream content from the original source, such as a camera or a camcorder. The device is also really compact and, as it has no moving parts. The AirStash supports SD cards of up to 128GB of storage space.
GoPro HD Video: ……. Why Not?
The advanced GoPro HD Hero2 Outdoor Edition wide-angle helmet cam records professional-quality resolution up to 1080p, capturing your outdoor adventures in incredibly smooth and clear detail.
- More powerful in every way than its predecessors, HD Hero2 boasts a faster image processor, sharper lens, better low-light performance and an 11MP sensor
- LCD interface makes this versatile camera easier to use than other helmet cams; LED lights on all sides are viewable from any angle
- Shoots 1080p HD video at 30 frames per second; 960p at 48 frames per second; 720p at 60 frames per second; WVGA video at 120 frames per second
- 170° wide-angle lens captures amazingly wide and sharp HD video
- Shoot up to 6 hrs. of TV-quality video with sound on a full charge with a 32GB SD card (not included)
Fujifilm FinePix X100: First-look preview by dpreview.com
I love the retro-Leica look! And the focal length—great low noise too—- but hard to find–new and IN DEMAND!
In amongst a flurry of major camera announcements at Photokina 2010, one model stole the show – Fujifilm’s retro-looking, large sensor, fixed lens compact: the X100. With its APS-C CMOS sensor and fast 23mm F2 lens giving a classic 35mm equivalent moderate wide-angle view, this rangefinder-styled camera has traditional control dials plus an innovative ‘hybrid’ viewfinder that combines a large, bright optical finder with a high-resolution electronic display.
Fujifilm X10 specification highlights
- 12MP EXR CMOS sensor
- 28-112mm F2.0-2.8 lens
- Optical viewfinder (85% coverage)
- 2.8″, 460,000 dot LCD
- Extensive manual control
- Raw shooting and in-camera Raw conversion
- Continuous shooting up to 7fps at full resolution (10fps at 6MP)