One of the new features in Aperture 3 is the ability to create exportable slideshows. Images included can be still or moving and multiple soundtracks are supported. When you are ready to output you can choose the aspect ratio and export to different formats via presets (low res. to 1080p HD) or create your own.
Rounding out today’s trifecta of site updates, I’ve added a new splash page slideshow. It features images from the new Portraits – Recent gallery. Prior to this, since the launch of the site last November, it has featured architecture work shot during 2009.
Actor Corey Haim passed away a couple of days ago. Best known in his child-actor days for the movie The Lost Boys and for being interlinked with fellow actor Corey Feldman. They earned the nickname, the two Coreys, and it followed them into adulthood.
I photographed the two Coreys in 1987, a few months after [...]
Word comes this morning that insolvency proceedings against JOBO were initiated last week (via Online Photographer.)
JOBO holds many memories for me. They manufactured home/small-studio processors for film and prints. I didn’t get one until I started shooting 4×5 and was looking for a more consistent, less hands-in-the-chemicals, method of running the film [...]
CPN Europe has a wonderful interview with David Burnett on his work covering the 1979 Iranian Revolution.
Film, slow ISO’s (Kodachrome and Tri-X, even Tri-X @ ISO 400 qualifies as slow these days), slower lenses, manual focus, maneuvering to get the film out of the country, a different time. But Burnett makes the [...]
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