1000000244 - Rock Christmas 2010, originally uploaded by CraigShipp.com Photos - Events / People / Places.
Photo taken with iPhone 4 and processed with camera+
This photo shows how sharp the Nikkor 70-200 VRII lens is even at f10.
Exposure0.003 sec (1/400)
Focal Length150 mm
Here's a behind the scene look at the Miss Florida photo shoot.
For video starring Morgan Febr, Miss Florida International see: www.choosesarasota.com/Miss_Florida_International-a-1682....
Here we are using a Sony NEX-VG10 with the 16mm f2.8 lens and a second camera Sony NEX-5 with a Nikkor 50mm f1.4. Here's the result: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tox342E9TuM
Using a RainbowImaging Nikon lens to Sony NEX NEX-3 NEX-5 Camera Mount Adapter I turned my Sony NEX-5 into a Nikon EVIL. It still works in the auto modes but I focus and set the f stop manually.
My Mac Pro workstation. Want to run three DVI monitors with your 2010 Mac Pro? See video and setup tips below: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Rw6Cgs7p8c Also see my Mac Pro unboxing video at: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEyVuuH5YmE
Getting creative can make a career! For full story see: www.glendalenewspress.com/news/tn-gnp-porterfield-2010081...
Legg Mason Tennis Classic for 2010. Also see WashingtonDCGuide.com keyword "Legg Mason" for video clips. Direct link: www.washingtondcguide.com/Legg_Mason_Tennis_Classic_2010-...
Scott's Note: This is an image I've had in my mind for 12 years, but never been able to capture because the conditions I hoped for never happened, until today. I call it Cranes in the Fire Mist. Shot with Nikon D3, Sigma 300-800 f/5.6 lens.
For video see: www.washingtoncounty.com/Miss_Maryland_Thursday_2010-a-15...
Camera: Nikon D700 ;Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60); Aperture: f/5.6; Focal Length:200mm; ISO Speed: 3200; Exposure Bias: 0 EV; Flash:On, Return detected
This photo shows the range of the Nikon SB900 Speedlight. This shot was at about 60'
Rachel was kind enough to pose as Daisy Duke and Captain Sanabria U. S. Army joined in the fun. See video here: www.frederick.com/Keys_Fredneck_Night_2010-a-1519.html
For videos see: www.choosepennsylvania.com/Gettysburg_Memorial_Day_parade...
Camera: Nikon D700; Exposure: 0.001 sec (1/2000); Aperture: f/2.8; Focal Length: 70mm; ISO Speed: 200
The dancer was in a shaded tent with hot noon-day sun behind her. The D700 with 70-200 VRII lens did a good job of nailing focus and exposure in shutter priority mode.
Camera:Nikon D700; Exposure: 0.002 sec (1/640); Aperture: f/4.5; Focal Length: 200mm; ISO Speed: 200
If you would like a portrait of yourself or a loved one or of your whole family all you need to do is follow me on twitter and attend one of the events I'm covering and we'll make it happen! You will have a keepsake photo to remember the event and you may even become famous!
Here's the is the Apple Holy Trinity: MacBook Pro (13"); iPad; iPhone 3Gs
I'm often asked how I carry all the heavy camera gear that I often use to cover events. The answer depends. Sometimes all I carry is my Canon point and shoot and an iPhone and other times I carry: Nikon D700; 24-70 f2.8; 70-200 VRII; TC-20E II teleconverter; 50mm 1.4D; GPS pickup; SB-900 flash; and other odd items. When I work heavy my newswear Chestvest is a great solution. Not only does it carry all the above gear but it serves as a resting place for the D700 when it's not in the firing position. As you can see in this photo the camera lens (24-70) is behind the shoulder strap and the body is resting on the top of the vest. Believe it or not the camera is very safe in this position. The camera can ride this way with the 70-200 lens as well but not with the 50mm as it's not long enough to slide behind the strap and lock into place. But this is ok because 99% of the time at events I'm using the 24-70 and/or the 70-200. I can ride the Segway, walk, ride a scooter or even drive the car with the camera held in this way. Sometimes if I lean forward it will come out and this is why the camera strap is around my neck just in case. But, in general, this solution gives me fast access to the camera and the other gear and allows me to carry everything for hours without back and shoulder pain.
Newswear Mens Digital Chestvest, Digital SLR Camera & Lens Carry System, Black. $114.95
PS: If you look close you will notice the modified camera strap. The strap can easily be removed when not needed such as when I'm using my Spider Holster or working in the studio. In the photo it's used only as backup if the camera slips out or I drop it during shooting which to date has not happened but I like having it there just in case :)
PS2: Sometimes at events I use two DSLR camera bodies and when I do the second body is usually carried in my Spider Holster and often it's the body with the heavy 70-200 VRII lens as the Spider Holster handles the weight with ease.
I took this photo with my iPhone and then edited it in the iPhone using the Best Camera and Photoshop iPhone apps. I then uploaded the modified photo to flickr direct from the iPhone on the ATT 3g network. Total production time 2 minutes.
This panorama was produced and edited on my iPhone and then uploaded to flickr and then posted to my Blog direct from flickr! The photo was edited using the iPhone Photoshop app and Best Camera apps.