Trey’s Variety Hour: Episode 43

Trey’s Variety Hour – Live each Monday at 7PM PT

This show was a nonstop Q&A for beginner and intermediate photographers – all built around the new “Discover the Art of Photography” video series here on the site. It also contains a sneak preview! ๐Ÿ™‚

The show airs each Monday at 7 PM PT / 10 PM ET. (Check you local time)

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  • Bob Prangnell

    I just saw this pic of yours, being used in an article without attribution

  • Bob Prangnell

    I just saw this pic of yours being used in an article without attribution

  • susan ratcliff

    aw :)esome show!

  • I would have to quit my job just to be able to watch all these shows ๐Ÿ˜›

  • Well, the picture does link back to flickr…

  • Casper van Zyl

    Still watching the show,also have just bought lightroom 4.At the start i felt you were about to auction your watch you were playing with second every time Karen came on there was model or what ever in the back ground and so glad it was not showing the wrong up finger.hehe!!

  • Casper van Zyl

    Enjoyed the hang out

  • Trey Ratcliff

    Thanks! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Trey Ratcliff

    hehe Patrick ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Bob Prangnell

    I didn’t notice that, but I don’t know if that counts. How hard is it to put the name there.

  • Thanks for the heads-up. Proper attribution really is an ongoing constant.

  • Gavin Jackson

    Great podcast, really enjoyed this.

  • David Stahl

    The ‘Rule of Thirds’ (for landscapes) that I learned in the ’50’s from my mother, a painter by avocation and training, was 1/3 sky or 2/3 sky — but not 1/2 and 1/2. This rule apparently has been used by landscape painters for some time — the Wikipedia entry for the rule cites (and excerpts — see below) a 1796 article where the then understanding of the rule was first documented.

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