Another week, another batch of awesomeness all over the web. Let’s get started…
Click This – Carl Donohue
Here’s Carl’s first compilation of 2011 filled with useful, fun, interesting and not-all-photo-related content from around the world wide web. My favorite? An interview with Doug Peacock, one of my favorite authors and a staunch advocate of my favorite animal, the grizzly bear.
Canon Announces EF 200-400mm f/4L IS USM Extender 1.4x Lens
This new lens from Canon has an integrated 1.4x extender – something never before seen in a lens. Could it be a game changer?
Building a Better Online Portfolio (Video) – Photoshelter
Very insightful webinar with Stella Kramer, a Pulitzer prize-winning photo editor, speaking about how to make your online portfolio a success. I’ve listened to this three times now and I get something new out of it each time.
Why Fitness Matters to Outdoor Photographers – Robert Rodriguez Jr.
Excellent post on a topic not often discussed with regard to photography. Robert offers a compelling argument for getting out from behind your desk to get some exercise a few days a week.
Loktah – Organic Packaging Materials for Photographers
I haven’t yet figured out how to use these amazingly cool products but I’ve got a few marketing ideas floating around in my head. Check ‘em out and see what you can come up with.
Photography Tips: Merging Two Exposures in Photoshop – Jay Goodrich
Just what it says. Throw away your GND’s and learn how to manually combine exposures to increase dynamic range.
North Cascades Disappearing Grizzlies – Backpacker
Didn’t know there are still a few grizzly bears in Washington, huh? Yep, there are – but not many and not for long if support for a reintroduction plan doesn’t materialize.
A Couple of My Older Images on Flickr