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Keep Shooting! Monday #13 plenty of news items today!


Watch High Key, Your First Strobe & Rules of Composition on YouTube

Today's Keep Shooting! Monday video I answer some questions about creating high key backgrounds, should you buy a used camera, which strobe to buy first and how to use the rules of composition. I also found a few interesting articles for inspiration and a quick video on the difference between IPS, TN, VA AND PLS LCD panels. Keep shooting!

High Key Photo Assignment images should be posted here http://cazillo.com/c/forum/keep-shooting-photography-assignments/2668-high-key-assignment-7.html#3744

Links from today's video

Wedding PhotographyExample High Key photograph.


Blue Sky Winners


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#4 by Mihai

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0 # Martina Fagan 2013-04-01 16:39
well done to all. A great bunch of images.
Best wishes,
Martina.
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0 # Julie Anne Moore 2013-04-01 21:26
You really got me with your Cannon comment. I saw it as the subject line to the newsletter and was so confused why an established photographer would switch brands.

Loving the site,

Julie Anne
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0 # Mark 2013-04-02 06:45
Just a quick question about the Amazon link. I buy quite a bit from Amazon, but I think you will only get benefits from the .com link not the .co.uk (I'm from the UK) is that correct?
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2013-04-02 11:35
Looking into this again. Thanks.
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2013-04-02 12:52
Support page has been updated. http://cazillo.com/support-us.html
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0 # Julie Anne Moore 2013-04-02 09:09
I have a question (Not sure if this is were to post it).

I was reading in a flickr group that the Nikon d90 has a shutter life of 100,000 clicks. I looked into my camera to find that I have a shutter count of about 50,000. Just wanted to know if this is something I should be concerned about, as I was hoping my d90 would last me a few more years before upgrading?

Thanks,
Julie Anne
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0 # Gregory Cazillo 2013-04-02 11:36
If your budget doesn't allow for upgrading to another camera yet then just shoot it until it dies, the value isn't super high for that body so I wouldn't worry about it. Maybe start saving for a D7100 or D600 when you are ready.
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0 # Bob 2013-04-02 16:40
greg, that was GREAT...that's also just one of the things i love about your site/blog/tutor ials...your dense of humor...i hope next year april 1st falls on a monday... bob
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