Wednesday, September 12th, 2012 by Reed Hoffmann
Last weekend I was in Lake Tahoe to teach another Popular Photography Mentor Series workshop. This one had a bit of a twist to it – we were going to teach video too. The Nikon D90 was the first DSLR to offer video, and now it’s a given that any new DSLR will have that capability. And that can be quite impressive. TV shows, commercials, music videos and movies are all being shot on DSLRs today. And I’ve been shooting video with them since the start too. But this was the first workshop I’ve taught where that was part of the schedule.
Monday, May 2nd, 2011 by Reed Hoffmann
I've just returned from another trip to the Galapagos Islands of Ecuador, and thanks to a new camera housing from Fantasea, brought home some nice shots from underwater as well as above.
Monday, April 18th, 2011 by Reed Hoffmann
On this last trip to Africa, I shot videos as well as stills, using a Nikon D7000. While I was generally happy with the results, it’s a learning process.
Tuesday, February 1st, 2011 by Reed Hoffmann
Recently I've needed to share not just still images, but videos. And YouTube just wasn't going to do what I wanted. Then I discovered Vimeo.
Friday, June 4th, 2010 by Reed Hoffmann
I have mixed feelings about DSLR video. For one thing, I love still photos - that's where my heart is. However, video with our digital SLRs is part of the future of photography, and I want to stay current. So that's got me learning new things and trying new gear.
Thursday, July 19th, 2007 by Reed Hoffmann
Over the years I've always had a camera or two I could take places where it might get beat up. Mountain climbing, whitewater rafting, winter camping and biking aren't exactly camera-friendly. Once I moved to digital, though, that became a tougher spot to fill. After all, digital cameras are anything but inexpensive, and not exactly rugged. Recently, though, I've had my hands on a little digital point-and-shoot that's almost indestructible.
Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007 by Reed Hoffmann
Well, it's that time of year again. Graduation time, that is. This year I was asked if I could produce a slideshow that would run during my daughter's 8th grade farewell celebration. No problem. After all, that's something I do on a regular basis.
Thursday, January 26th, 2006 by Reed Hoffmann
Here's a question that I recently received from one of our students attending a seminar in Chicago. It is the type of question that I am often asked so I wanted to share my answer with you.
Friday, November 4th, 2005 by Alexander Stevens
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