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Doug Daulton

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Why I Am (Finally) Migrating to Lightroom
The GoPro Field Guide
Say Hello To Your New Hero, from GoPro
Apple Watch | The Photographer’s New Best Friend?
Are You Ready for Some Photoshop Football?
250 Seconds of Storytelling Inspiration
What is a Producer?
Finally, A WordPress Site for Photographers
Seven Questions with Jeremy Cowart
Hyperlapse delivers smooth POV time lapse
The Emerging Open Source Camera

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Hello Hero 4

Say Hello To Your New Hero, from GoPro

We have a new GoPro. In fact, we have three. Like many of you, I have been waiting for these new action cameras to drop. Now that they have, let’s take a look at what each offers, where it might fit in in your kit and what the new entries might signal about the future of the line.

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Apple Watch

Apple Watch | The Photographer’s New Best Friend?

Like many of you, I had the Apple product announcement playing in the background at the studio recently. I was excited by the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but what I really wanted to see was the Apple Watch. There are so many possible applications for wearable computing devices and, until Apple, no manufacturer had come close to realizing that potential.

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Photoshop Football

Are You Ready for Some Photoshop Football?

Like many of our readers, I am the resident Photoshop expert among my friends and family. Every year, around this time, I am asked to do at least one custom helmet for a friend’s fantasy football team. I usually poke around Google, looking for a template that allows me to be a good friend while working quickly so it does not become a distraction. Until this year, my search has been fruitless.

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Photo Credit: Kat Gatti

What is a Producer?

Producer is a title which is often misunderstood. We will start by clarifying the various applications of the title. As you read, please keep in mind the following caveats. First, it is not uncommon for people to wear one or more Producer hats on a film. Second, the following definitions are as close as one can come to a standard, but every set and every production company may apply the titles differently.

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wp-photographers.com

Finally, A WordPress Site for Photographers

Before committing myself to photography and video production full-time, I spent the better part of ten years in web design and development. While working in that arena, I discovered the rich world of open source technology and WordPress.

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7questions

Seven Questions with Jeremy Cowart

Last year at Photoshop World, I was introduced to Jeremy Cowart’s work by a close friend who considers Cowart a big influence on his own work. I liked what I saw and began following Cowart’s blog. Recently, he was named the Most Socially Influential Photographer on the Internet.

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SnapPiCam

The Emerging Open Source Camera

Software drives most modern camera innovation. However, this software lives in a proprietary walled garden. Intrepid hackers have delivered unsupported hacks, but these void warranties and add complexity to the shooting process. Isn’t there a better way?

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Copyright 2014 Doug Daulton

There and Back Again, Iceland

Some months ago, my friend Geoffrey Orthwein told me he was working on a screenplay with Andrew Sullivan. They hoped to shoot it in the summer of 2014 and asked if I would be interested in producing the film. Of course, I said “Yes”

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Oscasrs

Three Oscar Nominees To Inspire All Creatives

As I have done every spring since I was a kid, I hunkered down with my family to watch the Oscars a few weeks back. Always interesting, the 2014 event featured three nominees whose personal stories should serve as an inspiration to creatives of every stripe.

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wildlife

Connect with the Wildlife Community to Get The Shot

Over the last year, I have embraced one of Moose Peterson’s big ideas: developing relationships with the people in my community who work with and know the local wildlife. In doing so, one gains better access to wildlife subjects with less trial and error.

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Photoshop Football

Are You Ready for Some Photoshop Football?

Like many of our readers, I am the resident Photoshop expert among my friends and family. Every year, around this time, I am asked to do at least one custom helmet for a friend’s fantasy football team. I usually poke around Google, looking for a template that allows me to be a good friend while working quickly so it does not become a distraction. Until this year, my search has been fruitless.

Read More
Photo Credit: Kat Gatti

What is a Producer?

Producer is a title which is often misunderstood. We will start by clarifying the various applications of the title. As you read, please keep in mind the following caveats. First, it is not uncommon for people to wear one or more Producer hats on a film. Second, the following definitions are as close as one can come to a standard, but every set and every production company may apply the titles differently.

Read More
wp-photographers.com

Finally, A WordPress Site for Photographers

Before committing myself to photography and video production full-time, I spent the better part of ten years in web design and development. While working in that arena, I discovered the rich world of open source technology and WordPress.

Read More
7questions

Seven Questions with Jeremy Cowart

Last year at Photoshop World, I was introduced to Jeremy Cowart’s work by a close friend who considers Cowart a big influence on his own work. I liked what I saw and began following Cowart’s blog. Recently, he was named the Most Socially Influential Photographer on the Internet.

Read More
SnapPiCam

The Emerging Open Source Camera

Software drives most modern camera innovation. However, this software lives in a proprietary walled garden. Intrepid hackers have delivered unsupported hacks, but these void warranties and add complexity to the shooting process. Isn’t there a better way?

Read More
Copyright 2014 Doug Daulton

There and Back Again, Iceland

Some months ago, my friend Geoffrey Orthwein told me he was working on a screenplay with Andrew Sullivan. They hoped to shoot it in the summer of 2014 and asked if I would be interested in producing the film. Of course, I said “Yes”

Read More
Oscasrs

Three Oscar Nominees To Inspire All Creatives

As I have done every spring since I was a kid, I hunkered down with my family to watch the Oscars a few weeks back. Always interesting, the 2014 event featured three nominees whose personal stories should serve as an inspiration to creatives of every stripe.

Read More
wildlife

Connect with the Wildlife Community to Get The Shot

Over the last year, I have embraced one of Moose Peterson’s big ideas: developing relationships with the people in my community who work with and know the local wildlife. In doing so, one gains better access to wildlife subjects with less trial and error.

Read More
CuttingEdge

The Cutting Edge

“The Cutting Edge” is both accessible to the average viewer and educational to all but the most experienced of cutters. The documentary outlines the history and evolution of editing. Prominent films and filmmakers share stories from the cutting room which underscore the value and role of the editor.

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volunteer

Volunteering For Mastery

The idea of 10,000 repetitions as a path to mastery is not new. It has been a principle of Eastern thought for a very long time and has been made popular in business by Malcolm Gladwell and in photography by Steve Simon. It boils down to practice makes perfect.

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