We didn’t blog about the FPT Metro Perfect 10, but we did post quite a few images from that event on our Facebook page. In fact, we have albums for the final 18, the final 9, and heads up play. Since that took place a few months ago, we don’t think it’s quite timely to blog about it now. Instead, we’re blogging about another, more recent FPT event: the FPT Metro Hi-5.
We weren’t around for the first few days of the tournament, but we were there for the final day – and it was quite a day. Play began a bit later than the planned 2:00 p.m. start, and ran well into past the night and into the next day. We’ve decided to share a handful of images with you – don’t you feel so privileged? =)
Check them out after the jump, and click on any of them to see a larger image.
What DSLR should I get? That is one of the most common questions I hear, and with this post, I’m hoping to help you answer that question.
Keep in mind that we won’t be discussing any specific brand or model. Instead, we’ll be asking questions that will help you figure out which camera to get.
Some time back, I made some grids for my flash. They did the job, but definitely looked home-made. That’s why I recently set out to make some lighting mods that not only worked well, but looked good – or at the very least didn’t look like 3rd-grade art projects.
RadioPoppers have been spotted at TriCoast Photo, and the boys over there are having a blast playing with these little babies. Here’s what I have to say about that.
Some of the items you should keep in your camera bag aren’t available in most camera stores. You can find them in supermarkets, hardware stores, toy stores, drug stores, and a bunch of other places, but that doesn’t mean they don’t belong in your photography kit.
Knowing what a photographer wants for the holidays is easy -actually being able to afford that item is whole other matter.
I’ve got several gift ideas for photographers under $25. Intrigued? Read on.
I recently uploaded quite a few concert photos, so I thought it would be appropriate to share a few tips on concert photography.
Want to be a famous photographer? Try these 4 ways to get yourself harassed by authorities, then blog about your experiences – somebody is bound to tell your tale.
Yes, Photoshop CS2 has a red-eye removal tool, but it doesn’t always work so well. This technique takes a bit more work, but it’s guaranteed to work.
Want to learn more? Read on.
Philippine photographer Parc Cruz has posted a nice tutorial on Flickr for what he describes as his Contact Lens Workflow. Though I don’t agree with him on all the different steps, I definitely can’t argue with the results.
I’ve just started processing images from an event that involved two photographers with three cameras – it isn’t fun. What makes my job even tougher is the fact that the clocks on the three cameras aren’t synchronized. Fortunately, I’ve found a way to fix the problem.