March News

Hi Folks,

This is the March newsletter from Michael A. Schwarz Photography. Happy spring! I hope you guys have lots of great shooting plans for the spring and summer.

Some interesting tidbits from the web last month.

The New York Times had a fascinating story about the search for the truth about a photo.  Sometimes the answer isn’t what you expect. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/18/business/media/in-omaha-manhole-fire-photo-logging-off-in-search-of-some-clues.html?ref=business&_r=1&

Ever wonder what’s going on inside your DSLR? Check out this super slo-mo of a D4 Shutter. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PLxUuTbiU3E#!

Nikon has an intriquing tutorial on focus stacking.http://www.nikonusa.com/en/Learn-And-Explore/Article/h91fgucv/techniques-flower-power.html

Ben Long as an interesting tutorial on an iPad workflow over at Creative Pro. http://www.creativepro.com/article/ipad-photo-workflow

Lastly, Nikon has built out the video section of their website. http://www.nikonusa.com/cinema/

Speaking of video, I recently finished my first wedding film and you can see it here… https://vimeo.com/62115256 .  It was shot with Nikon D4 and D800, plus a little GoPro (balcony of church) and Sony Videocam (side shot during ceremony).

On the workshop front, I’m excited to announce that Bill Durrence and I have scheduled another workshop at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens June 1 and 2.  www.michaeltraining.com/abg2013.  This workshop will be a little less technical than previous workshops and will focus more on how to find a good subject and translate that into a good photo.  Attendance will be limited, hope to see you there.

And finally, the Mentor Trek that I’ll be leading with David Tejada on the California coast April 5-7, has opened up a few spots and also offered a $50 discount if you use the coupon code NLE50.  This is my first Mentor Trek and it should be really fun. http://www.mentorseries.com/treks/2013/california-coast-2013

Happy Shooting,
Michael

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