So I decided to fight this robot

In Tokyo Again Soon!

I’ll be there for a few days next week — really looking forward to it! :)

Great New eBooks!

 

Mark Johnson
In his 109-page eBook, Luminescent World, Mark S. Johnson shares a delightful medley of creative camera and Photoshop techniques that can’t be found anywhere else. You’ll learn how to craft compelling soft-glow montages, high dynamic range composites, multi-image montages, long-exposure tilts, in-camera multiple-exposure rotate and zoom montages, walks through a forest with an open shutter, mirror montages, long-exposure slap zooms, and many more.

 

 

Justin Balog

The Dawn of America’s Race takes you from the press conference to the finish line of America’s greatest bike race. Photographer Justin Balog and professional cyclist and author Ted King joined forces to share a glimpse into the first two years of USA Pro Challenge. Experience the race with over 100 never seen before images captioned and curated by Ted King himself.

 

 

Ralph Velasco

In Essence of a Place: A Photographer’s Guide to Using a Shot List for Capturing Any Destination travel photographer, author, international photo tour guide and app creator Ralph Velasco outlines the importance of maintaining a shot list in order to create a more complete cultural portrait of a place. You’ll learn to go beyond the more obvious categories of Architecture, People and Landscapes by capturing Color, Details, Night Scenes, Interiors, the Underbelly and so many more.

 

 

Charlie Borland

Charlie Borland’s Outdoor Flash Photography eBook is a practical guide to utilizing flash creatively. Whether you need flash in combination with the natural light or need to create light where there isn’t any, this book covers it all. You will learn how to apply flash for specific results in both intensity and quality. But even more valuable is how to create light that tells stories. Something that is important to outdoor and adventure photographers.

 

 

Wade Simmonds

 

At more and more events, fire performers are popping up at concerts, street fairs, and holiday events. You may have seen photos in other photographer’s portfolios and wondered how they got that shot. Catching the Fire explains the techniques for getting the best photographs out of a fire performance. No matter your skill level, this book will teach you to see the performance in a new way and capture it.

 

Daily Photo – So I decided to fight this robot

I was trying to get out of Tokyo without fighting a robot, but, somehow, I knew that I would never be that lucky.

That would be a good start to a story, eh? I’ll tell you the rest of the story some time… btw, who can tell us which robot this is?

Robot Tokyo

So I decided to fight this robot

Photo Information

  • Date TakenApril 13, 2013 at 5:38pm
  • CameraNIKON D800
  • Camera MakeNikon
  • Exposure Time4
  • Aperture6.3
  • ISO250
  • Focal Length28.0 mm
  • FlashOff, Did not fire
  • Exposure ProgramAperture-priority AE
  • Exposure Bias+2

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