D-Town TV Collection (Season 3)

Tutorial & e-learning. May 31, 2011 by artbon.
D-Town TV Collection (Season 3)

D-Town TV Collection (Season 3)
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D-Town TV is a fresh approach to teaching camera tips and photographic techniques to today's digital photographers with Rafael "RC" Concepcion and Larry Becker as its hosts. No matter what the skill level or interest, each episode covers a wide variety of topics.

Season 3:
Episode 38
Scott kicks off the new season with a few tips for beginners on getting sharp shots in low light
Moose Peterson is back to show us how to use a gimbal tripod head for shooting moving subjects
Matt talks about the various mode and setting switches on the side of 70-200mm lenses
Wedding photographer Cliff Mautner shows a tip for getting great edge lighting on location
Scott shows off Sticky Filters, gels that stick to your flash to help color balance your light. Leave a comment for your chance to win a set!
Check out the amazing work of adventure photographer Tyler Stableford!

Episode 39
Matt goes on location for tips on getting creative lens flare by shooting into the sun
Larry Becker is back with a solution for a cheap DIY crossbar for backgrounds in the latest Cheap Shots
Scott shows you when and how to use exposure compensation
David Ziser drops by to talk about Highlight Tone Priority and Active-D Lighting to get extra exposure latitude for tough situations.
Matt shows off the Booq Python Blur backpack
Check out this week's featured photographer, Jeremy Cowart and his Voices of Haiti project!
Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Scott's Photo Recipes Live book/DVD combo!

Episode 40
Matt's back out on location with some tips for getting great silhouette shots
Wedding photographer Cliff Mautner is in the studio with a great tip on ensuring your photos are tack sharp
Larry Becker shows off the Westcott Apollo softbox for speedlites in the latest edition of Cheap Shots
Scott shows off the "tripod rig" for mounting both your camera and laptop on the same tripod
Rich Harrington drops by to show some tools to help ensure your HD video capture looks great
Scott has another beginner tip on using Aperture Priority to decide how much of your pictures you want in focus
Go sign up for Photoshop World to see all of the guests from this week's show (and more!) in Las Vegas
Leave a comment for your chance to win Scott's Digital Photography Book Box Set
Check out the amazing photography of Justin Grant!

Episode 41
Scott explains the diopter, the little dial or slider that focuses the viewfinder
Matt's on location to show how to get the sun star/starburst effect when shooting into the sun
Scott's in the studio with a tip on getting better portrait lighting with falloff
David Ziser has some tips on getting sharp shots when shooting available light weddings
Matt shows off the new Flash Benders that help you shape the light from your speedlites
Scott shows off the Gel Clip, a new, simple gel holder for your speedlites
Leave a comment for your chance to win Nik's Complete Collection of plug-ins
Check out the work of Frank Doorhof!

Episode 42
Scott has a follow-up tip to last week's studio tip about light falloff by using a deep throw softbox
Larry Becker has a great tip on making your own gels in the latest Cheap Shots
Check out the 3rd Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk!
Matt goes to Multnomah Falls in Portland for some tips on shooting waterfalls
Cliff Mautner is back with a tip on lens compression for more dramatic photos
Check out Lightroom 3, Scott's Lightroom 3 book, and the Lightroom 3 seminar tour
Leave a comment for your chance to win an Epson 2400 printer
Check out the work of David Tejada (who will be a guest in a later episode!)

Episode 43
Scott kicks the show off with a tip on using a polarizing filter for cutting reflections
Larry Becker shows a hard shell golf bag for transporting light stands, umbrellas, and other photo gear
Matt has a number of tips on keeping your camera gear and photos safe while traveling
Jim Divitale shares some tips on using the Canon Utility software for tethered shooting
Check out the work of lifestyle and wedding photographer Jasmine Star
Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Nik Software's Silver Efex Pro

Episode 44
Matt has a tip for using a graduated neutral density filter when shooting large objects in the foreground
Joe McNally stops by and shares a tip about muffling shutter sound with quiet setting
Scott shares a tip from the studio on shooting with V-flat reflectors
Scott has a gadget recommendation for photographers shooting out of their car windows
Check out the work of photographer Austin Mann
Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Scott's Lightroom3 book and Nik Software's Color Efex Pro

Episode 45
Make sure you sign up for the 3rd Annual Worldwide Photo Walk!
Matt shares the advantages of using an L-bracket and ball head
Joe McNally talks about the Save/Load Settings feature for saving your camera menu settings
Check out Adorama for your camera gear needs, including Think Tank Photo gear!
Larry Becker talks about keeping your gear dry in the latest Cheap Shots segment
Scott talks about the updated Skyport Transmitter Speed from Elinchrom
Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Scott's new Photoshop Lightroom 3 Book for Photographers or Nik Software's Dfine 2.0.
Check out the concert photography of Brad Moore!

Episode 46
Check out the latest Lightroom Live Tour dates!
Moose Peterson shares a tip on carrying your camera properly to help avoid some wear and tear
Matt shows how to apply graduated filters in post if you don't have them in the field
Check out MPIX for all your photo printing needs!
Larry Becker talks about using bungee balls with off-camera flash in the latest Cheap Shots
Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Nik Software's Sharpener Pro 3.0 and Scott's Lightroom 3 for Photographers book
Visit Matt's Lightroom Killer Tips blog & Scott's daily blog
Check out the work of travel and documentary photographer Ami Vitale!

Episode 47
Scott has a tip on fine tuning your auto white balance for warmer or cooler images
Larry Becker shows how to make your own two-speedlite bracket for around $32
Matt shows how to use mirror lock-up/exposure delay to get sharp landscape photos.
David Ziser drops by to share a couple of tips for using speedlites
Leave a comment for your chance to win Nik's Complete Collection for Lightroom or Aperture and a signed copy of Scott's new Lightroom 3 Book for Digital Photographers.
Check out the work of landscape photographer Bill Fortney!

Episode 48
The Worldwide Photo Walk is this weekend! Find a walk near you and join 30,000 other photographers around the world at WorldwidePhotoWalk.com!
Moose Peterson shares a tip on shooting stills and video simultaneously
Matt talks about why Picture Control and Picture Style settings don't show up in Photoshop and Lightroom when shooting RAW, then shows how to apply them in post.
David Hobby drops by with a tip on combining lighting and Photoshop for difficult lighting scenarios
Larry Becker shows off his speedlite case in the latest Cheap Shots
Check out the new Business & Marketing Track at Photoshop World
Leave a comment for your chance to win a Boda Bag and Rich Harrington's Understanding Photoshop CS5 book
This week's featured photographer is concert photographer Petr Klapper!

Episode 49
Scott shows how to add watermarks to your photos in Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5
David Ziser shows off the "Z-Ray," a double xenon flashlight that he uses for quick and easy spotlight lighting at weddings
Check out the Photoshop World schedule & sign up at PhotoshopWorld.com
Larry has a killer Cheap Shots tip on keeping your USB cable plugged in to your camera while shooting tethered
Matt's on location again with a tip for getting the smooth, silky look when shooting water
Leave a comment for your chance to win a free pass to Photoshop World, a copy of Scott's new Photoshop CS5 Book for Digital Photographers, or Adobe's Classroom In A Book for Lightroom 3
Check out the latest work from advertising photographer Dave Hill!

Episode 50
Matt kicks off the final episode of the season with a tip on lens fogging.
Larry has a few tips on not being too cheap on this week's Cheap Shots
David Hobby is back with a tip on combining a creative white balance with gelled flash to get more dramatic photos
Scott shows how to shoot smaller JPG files while keeping a high quality to save card and hard drive space
David Tejada shows Nikon shooters how to get one-button access to the Commander Mode menu for your pop-up flash
Leave a comment for your chance to win a free pass to Photoshop World, a copy of Nik Software's Viveza 2 plug-in, or a signed copy of Scott's new Photoshop CS5 Book for Digital Photographers
Check out the work of portrait photographer Jack Reznicki

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