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Unfortunately it looks like my hands-on iPhone review is going to have to wait. Despite ordering a phone at 12:01 am PT on day of release (confirmed at 12:02 am) AT&T is now saying 45-60 days to ship. They of course took 2 days to provide said shipping estimate. After confirming with three levels of […]

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Knowing multiple ways to use Lightroom and Photoshop for post-production can help you save time by shooting with your post-production workflow in mind. The final image you see here was the result of pre-production planning, capturing the images I needed, processing them the same exact way in Lightroom, then blending them together in Photoshop before […]

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It’s my birthday. September twelfth. Thirteen years and one day ago the Twin Towers were destroyed along with a lot of our sense of safety in the world. Like most of us, I was deeply troubled and still am by the attacks reported the day before on television and recapped in that morning’s Wall Street Journal. […]

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About a year ago, I found out that the FS700 even existed. Being obsessed with slow motion, the only options I ever had were dishing out $800+ per weekend for a RED camera, or shooting 60fps. Neither one of these options were particularly ideal. That was until the Sony NEX-FS700U walked into my life, and delivered the […]

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Why use a fast prime lens? Rich Harrington and Robbie Carman cover its benefits in this tutorial, including more accurate lighting and the ability to manipulate depth of field. Watch the follow-up movies within this series at http://www.lynda.com/Video-Shooting-V…. This specific tutorial is from the Video Gear Weekly series presented by lynda.com authors Rich Harrington and Robbie […]

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I grew up in a quaint 2-family house located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. For my entire life up until leaving for university, I could remember seeing the Twin Towers looming off in the distance right from my porch. Ironically, I always thought that these two gigantic Tetris pieces represented some truly ugly […]

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Photo Credit: Kat Gatti

This post is the first in a series that takes our readers behind the scenes of Bokeh, an independent feature film. To get us started, I think it best to explain my role in the production, as it should provide you, the reader, some perspective on the posts to follow. As is often the case […]

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