Monthly Archives: September 2010

Panasonic AG AF101: DSLR killer?

The amount of noise regarding the subject of “VDSLR is dead” has surprised me. And then I caught up with this announcement from Panasonic, made at IBC: Panasonic AG AF101   What are the issues with DSLR video? Moire (because of OLP Filters made for stills), aliasing, and obvious audio limitations. This announcement foretells a […]

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DSLRs are over: Discuss

Anyone who has heard me hold forth on the subject of DSLRs making video knows that I think they are a game-changer in many ways. The size of the imager allows the shooter the ability to control depth of field in a way that a 1/3-inch chip simply can’t allow. Yet in order to get […]

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More with Jenn

Last weekend had a chance to shoot with Jenn, and one of the setups was with this wedding dress.  Jenn downplays her ability to portray a feeling; but for the first image, I asked her to “think elegant.” I think that came across admirably.   Here’s Jenn in a more relaxed moment. Great fun. We […]

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Jenn Mango session

I really enjoy working with young people who are willing and determined. Jenn, a young model from the Peninsula, is such a person. She’s prretty quiet, yet she works hard to build a portfolio and has done sessions with a number of area photographers. Every time out we learn something new. These are from a […]

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Huber-Bird wedding

The Huber-Bird wedding at the bandstand on Bethany Beach was a huge success last weekend! And the reception at the Royal Zephyr, featuring dining in train dining cars, was intimate and beautiful. It was a privilege and a pleasure to be there! Humor and laughter were everywhere apparent.  The nuptials were conducted by Rev. Jacqueline […]

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