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.

Ever wonder what’s going on inside your DSLR? Check out this super slo-mo of a D4 Shutter.!

Nikon has an intriquing tutorial on focus stacking.

Ben Long as an interesting tutorial on an iPad workflow over at Creative Pro.

Lastly, Nikon has built out the video section of their website.

Speaking of video, I recently finished my first wedding film and you can see it here… .  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.  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.

Happy Shooting,

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