Good Afternoon Everybody,
I can feel it in my bones, things are almost caught up around here as least as far as I'm concerned and I have to tell ya' that's a good feeling. In all honesty, I'm really looking forward to getting DPT back to it's normal posting schedule. I hate having it hanging over me into the afternoon or even the late evening like yesterday.
My new KPPA presidential duties have been taking up a lot of that time and that's to be expected when one steps into a new role. I'm going to say this to our DPT readers, we've got some plans with the association that just may interest many of you reading this post.
The main thing on my agenda this year is to build content for our members, and I may just give our DPT readers a peek at what's going on. Anyway, it's a little too soon to release any more details but I can assure you, you will be the first to know.
Hey gang, I've got a pretty good Technique Tuesday for you today so let’s get right to it.
Technique Tuesday: I’m Transformed!!
We have several tutorials on Lighting, Photography, and Composition the last few weeks so this time around I’m going to head us over to the computer and explore different ways to handle lens correction and cropping options when shooting wide angle lenses. I’ll be using Lightroom 3 and Photoshop to get my differing results.
In this tutorial, I use about the widest lens you can find - the Sigma 12-24mm lens on my Canon 5D Mark II. The results you prefer will depend on your tastes. Me, I like all the different variations I managed on the image you'll see in his tutorial.
Why not hit the PLAY button below and enjoy the show.
Hey everybody, that's it for me today. Tomorrow is not supposed to be a blogging day for me under my new schedule but I've got a few announcements I think you'll like to hear.
I'll just give you a quick peek. I'm expanding the blog with new content on Wednesday but even more important - I'll show you how you can pick up my book "Captured By The Light" or my Zumbrella, Sunspots Reflector, or my Love Lightz for only $10 bucks.
Hope to see you tomorrow. Heck, I might even have the post up on time tomorrow ;~)
See ya' then, David