It’s Bliss: Behind the Iconic Windows XP photo

The story behind one of the most iconic images of all computing has to do with a girl and rolling California Wine Country. Although it will forever be associated with Windows XP, Bliss was actually the by-product of a love story. It was a regular Friday afternoon in 1996 when photographer Charles O’Rear took the drive through Read MoreRead More

The Rules and Restrictions of Shooting at the Olympics

Jeff Cable gives us an inside look at the rules and restrictions of photographing the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Now that the 2014 Winter Olympics are over, I thought I would tell you all about some of the rules and restrictions we had here at the Games. People might think that we have freedom to Read MoreRead More

How to use a Slider, Ring Lights and Light Painting to Get Stunning Cyclist shots

A quick behind the scenes with Antony Scully as he shot a cyclist and his REALLY EXPENSIVE bicycle for Zorce magazine using a slider to create a unique light painting Narend Sooknarine, the editor of Zorce Racing Magazine approached me to shoot “Ram” and his new bike. The bike is a Cervelo P5. It’s the Read MoreRead More

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