recent blog post, I wanted to create an image of a tray of coffee cups in the rain, preferably being held by me doing my best impression of a drowned rat. I'd had this image in my head for a couple months, since I first conceived of the article. Unfortunately, the shot didn't turn out quite like I'd planned. In this BTS post, I want to discuss how I did what I did and what I should have done differently if I'd had sufficient time and ambition.
Here you will find tips, techniques, tutorials, and news items from Prairie Rim Images, a photography studio in Lincoln, Nebraska, specializing in events, real estate, product, fine art, and candid photography by Ben Hollingsworth.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Are more pixels always a good thing?
Saturday, August 20, 2011
Friday, August 12, 2011
Old glass: Asahi/Pentax SMC & Super-Takumar 50/1.4
Sunday, August 7, 2011
Party lighting with multiple speedlites
Thursday, August 4, 2011
You DO have a backup, right?
As a professional system administrator who has experienced many potentials for data loss both at work and among my extended family, and who has personally lived through a house fire, I have a somewhat uncommon level of expertise when it comes to preparing for the inevitable loss of electronic data, whether it comes from hardware failure, ill-advised modification, theft, or natural disaster. I often hear people mention how lost they would be if something happened to the data on their computer. Sometimes they ask my advice on the subject. More often, I give it without being asked because it's one of my pet peeves.
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