Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Photography Soup Special Edition (No CES, No PMA, No Rumors)

The last few days we went to wall to wall coverage of new CES, PMA, new cameras, rumors and speculation. For our readers who are not particularly interested in all that, we have a special edition of the Photography Soup that does not include CES, rumors, gadgets, PMA or speculation!


Farewell Herbert "Burt" Keppler
One of the most recognizable names in the world of photography, Herbert Keppler passed away a couple of days ago. A number of websites and blogs said farewell.


Support your local camera shop
We continue the support your local camera shop initiative by spotlighting more stores from the list. Since we haven't posted many photography soup episodes recently, we'll spotlight a few local stores together today, starting with Kerrisdale Cameras, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, which was submitted by a blog reader. If you are in Phoenix, Arizona, look up Foto Forum Camera and Video. And if you are in Pennsylvania near Altoona, look up The Film and Digital Center.


Around the Photo-blogo-sphere

  • David Ziser's Digital Pro Talk discusses the fine art prints market. Ziser also shares a classic portraiture technique from his critically acclaimed "Digital WakeUp Call" DVD
  • FotoHacker talks about painting with light!
  • AminFoto spotlights "the ultimate Bokeh thread" on the RF forum.
  • Ryan Brenizer puts some ...perspective on ...perspective!
  • Chase Jarvis launches a behind the scenes look at professional photography
  • PhotoCompete.com has gathered new photographic competitions, including a PJ competition and a Nikon-related one.
  • Ken Rockwell posts an extended article on how to afford anything. There are some helpful tips there!
  • The PDN Pulse has posted their latest edition of the Photo Feed!
  • Episode #115 of Photoshop User TV has been posted!
  • A fan of Strobist has created a really cool Strobist commercial!
  • Book Review! The Online Photographer has posted a review of the book Flowers by Tony Mendoza. The book is available on Amazon for $60.

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