Tag Archive | photography

Maximizing our Time, How to Live on 24 Hours a Day

As 2014 starts, the realization that our 24 hours in a day goes far too fast is once again confirmed.  If you are like me, then before you know it another week has passed that my personal life was far less productive than anticipated.  Oh if there were only 36 hours in a day, or […]

Measuring the Shutter Count

At some point, you may need to know how many times the shutter of your Single-Lens Reflex (SLR) digital camera has been opened and closed.  Sure if you bought your camera new, then you may be able to look at the number of pictures on your PC and guess roughly how many times the shutter […]

Canon 7D Firmware Update

Canon 7D Firmware Update

The much anticipated Canon EOS 7D firmware 2.00 update is here!  Released on August 6th, 2012 for download, this firmware update delivers several enhancements to the already very capable Canon EOS 7D.  The Canon EOS 7D Update delivers the following new features, improvements and capabilities. 1)   Shooting up to 130 JPEG Large/Fine and 25 RAW […]

Photography Backup Process

Oh, the devastating scenario of loosing all or even some of your hard work!  I don’t know what I would do if I were to loose all of my pictures and documents.  However, it is a necessary evil when being so dependent upon personal computers (PCs).  As an aspiring photographer, you would think that I […]

Group Photo Registration Pilot Project Instructions for Published Photographs

As most photographers do, they submit their photographs to the U.S. Copyright Office. During my most recent submittal, Kathryn, the Registration Specialist with the U.S. Copyright office was kind enough to communicate to me the proposed changes for artists submitting published works. I thought it was interesting and very useful so I wanted to share […]