Archive for the 'Technology' Category

Tiny Planets…just having fun…and selling gallery wraps!!!

Wednesday, April 30th, 2014

Tweet OK, I know, all my serious photog friends (and apparently I’ve many, especially the journos and doc peops) have asked politely and even not so, that I please, please, not do this any more–They’ve related it to the first time someone got ahold of a fisheye lens (we’ve all seen that) or the first […]

I couldn’t resist this iPhone grab

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Tweet I just had to take it. The wedding photog in me begged me but I didn’t have a camera or did I? The iPhone does the trick and the Guatemalan photog didn’t mind. I used  TrueHDR to get the exposure in the fading light. Maybe I’ll start shooting all my weddings with iPhones and […]

Published: Brenda’s Blog & Wedloft!!

Friday, October 8th, 2010

Tweet From Asha: Two features in one week… we are thrilled! Glen is so laid back (taking it all in, in his own way) , but I’m usually jumping up and down to see my husband’s photos and the sweet couples we attract year after year. Thank you Brenda’s Wedding Blog & Wedloft- we are […]

La Antigua Guatemala – Having some fun on our day off

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Tweet We’ve been working hard these last couple days and we have a day to ourselves before the rehearsal tonight at Casa Santo Domingo. I got up early and took a tuk-tuk to the Cero mirador for this view of Antigua. My driver reminded me of how dangerous this area can be at times but […]

A Faery and 2 of a kind for the 1st time

Monday, June 29th, 2009

Tweet A faery comes to visit from Glen Cooper on Vimeo. Experimenting with the new manual control with the Canon 5D MII with a Lens Baby attached and my beautiful daugher as the subject. Only problem is that faeries and 3-year-olds don’t seem to understand the video function of the new camera–it’s cute anyway! Also: […]

How I did it/What software I used

Tuesday, February 24th, 2009

Tweet A lot has been written and discussed lately about HDR photography, especially in wedding photography.  As a photojournalist I have been scolded (that’s putting it mildly) by colleagues in the wedding biz for employing these techniques in connection to something as statedly pure as photojournalism–but c’mon folks, seriously, these are hardly matters of life […]

Time to get bloggin’

Tuesday, February 10th, 2009

Tweet Hello World and welcome to our first official post.  With this space I hope to create an open source and forum on all things visual.  While a good chunk will be devoted to my 3 main businesses–wedding photography, visual reportage workshops and teaching–I do want to have a place for my observations on Life […]