31. March 2013 02:49
Photo Assistant Basics - Hasselblad A12 film back loading for 120 roll film
30. March 2013 13:53
Photo Assistant Basics - Hasselblad A16 film back loading
29. March 2013 13:56
Photo Assistant basics - Hasselblad A24 film back loading
4. March 2013 03:34
Another in our series of: Photo Assistant Basics _ Mamiya 645 120 & 220 Film loading
3. March 2013 02:00
Another in our series of: Photo Assistant Basics _ Contax 645 120 & 220 film loading
2. March 2013 02:03
Another in our series of: Photo Assistant Basics _ Pentax 6x7 120& 220 film loading
25. February 2013 02:32
Another in our series of: Photo Assistant Basics _ Mamiya 67 120 & 220 Film Loading
1. November 2012 08:35
It's been 3 days since the lights went out here in the East Village - NYC. due to a lighting strike that blew up a transformer at the Con Edison facility on 14 Street here on the east side of Manhattan. This means that most of us living below 25 street both east and west side are with out power, heat, hot water, and in some cases cell phone service. Cell service appears to be working for some networks; but for me I need to walk up town to 24th and Madison before I can get an ATT cell phone signal. This is what we call "Camping in NYC."
Word is that we MIGHT get power back sometime on Monday next week
Last night I woke up in the middle of the night to find this bright that I'd never seen before lighting up the front of my building and the entire street. I went to the window to find that it was the full moon and a sky full of stars. With out the lighting that typically pollutes the manhattan night sky I was looking at a pitch black sky full of star light and a bright moon on a scale that I have not seen since I was in the Kalahari dessert in South Africa 16 years ago.
For all of the negative impressions people have of NYC. I have to say that I feel safer walking around late at night on the pitch black streets of NYC. with nothing but a flash light; than I ever felt walking on the empty streets of Boston (when I lived there) at night even when those streets had street lights on. Truth is people in NYC. know how to live together and in most cases don't fuck with you unless you are causing them or others a problem.
I'v been lucky enough to be doing a studio management gig up on 28th street for the last 2 days which always me internet access, cell phone and laptop recharging and a hot shower and hot food.
18. September 2012 05:53
Today Lexar announced the digital imaging industry’s first 256GB SDXC UHS-I memory card. The card enables 400x minimum guaranteed sustained read transfer speed and is designed for capturing, storing, and transferring high-res images and 1080p Full-HD and 3D video.
The card leverages Micron’s 128Gb, 20nm NAND flash memory process technology, and adheres to the SD 3.0 spec to reliably address the workflow needs of professional photographers and videographers.
New 32GB microSDHC and 64GB microSDXC Cards Empower Mobile Users to Quickly Capture, Play Back, and Transfer Photos, Songs, and 1080p Full-HD and 3D Videos