DON'T MISS: Italian conceptual portrait photographer Sara Lando coming to US for two weekends of workshops in August.

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Sunday Flashbacks: 7/29/07

From June 2006:

• How to quick change a Nikon Lens like a pro, and

• The importance of creating multiple layers of interest in a photograph.

Coming tomorrow: A really cool DIY use for ball bungees (or broccoli rubber bands.)


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3 Comments:

Anonymous Robert Bieber said...

Can't wait to hear what the new use for ball-bungees is. So far, other than using them to attach things to my light-stand, and attach strobes to things, I've found that they work in a pinch as a belt.

July 29, 2007 2:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is freaky - I just looked at that fast-change article yesterday.

July 29, 2007 7:45 PM  
Blogger info said...

Was curious what softbox size you used. Technically that nut is for an adapter seemingly rated for a very small box: http://www.photoflex.com/Hidden/Instructions/LiteDome_XS_for_Shoe_Mount_Flashes/index.html

I'm concerned resting the weight of my big boxes (36x48) on that nut will snap it out of the speedring. Thoughts?

July 30, 2007 10:45 AM  

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