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Jeff Greer
A photographer and seeker, on my better days
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Yes, the photographer of that tintype is Victoria Will and the darkroom processing is by Josh Wool. See http://joshwool.tumblr.com/post/75670551256/phillip-seymour-hoffman-park-city-utah-4x5
I see the D800 has a 1.2 crop mode in addition to a DX crop. A 1.2 with your 28 would get you 33.6 mm.
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2012 on Why a 28? at The Online Photographer
The monument is still closed due to last year's earthquake.
I bought a Fire one weekend when I suddenly needed an electronic photo portfolio device. Given the price, it does a good job but one characteristic about it annoys me: Posterization in images with sections of subtle gradation (such as a seamless studio background) using the supplied Gallery application. Note that in most images you would never see this. Contrast and color saturation are also a bit higher than I would prefer. My Fire serves other uses such as an e-Reader, portable web browser and email device, MP3 player and movie player so I find it quite handy for the money. Just wish it didn't posterize so much on some of my photos. Jeff
Toggle Commented Mar 30, 2012 on Kindle Fire at The Online Photographer
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Toggle Commented Nov 6, 2011 on So Here's an Idea... at The Online Photographer
I'm not much for Photoshop plug-ins but Nik's Silver Efex Pro 2 is one I use often and is my sole method for b/w conversions. It comes with a good set of starting profiles that you can then tweak and save as your own. I didn't even read a manual or look at a tutorial to use it. I just started fiddling with the settings.
Toggle Commented Oct 15, 2011 on Time to Scramble Again at The Online Photographer
This reminded me of Material World: A Global Family Portrait, a 1995 photo book showing families the world over in front their abodes with all their possessions displayed about them.
My limit used to $1200 but usually my comfort zone is much lower, with the exception of the D700 that I bought years ago. Thankfully, my current set of Nikon mount lenses suit me well so I often don't hear the siren call of a new lens. A $1500 lens better fit me like a glove and wash my car. A $2000 lens is simply a bridge too far. There are also a few viable alternatives. I don't mind manual focus and consider my Rokinon (Samyang) 85mm 1.4 to be a bargain. I'm so pleased with it that I'm looking at Samyang's 35mm 1.4. Then there is my 'small' Micro Four Thirds camera which can use excellent and usually reasonably priced MFT lenses and all manner of used or inexpensive alternate mount lenses.
Toggle Commented Aug 14, 2011 on How Much Would You Spend? at The Online Photographer
Unvarnished info for the want-to-be model: http://modelbitch.blogspot.com/
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I have three prints in Art Dimensions Baltimore's inaugural exhibit, 'That's Awesome.' The exhibit opened on Friday, June 3rd, and runs through Sunday, June 26th, 2011. There will be an opening celebration on Saturday, June 11th, from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. I will be there, along with other artists, to discuss our work and generally mingle. If you are looking for something to do Saturday evening along the harbor in Baltimore, stop in, see the show and say 'Hi.' The exhibit is in the lobby of Silo Point, a new condominium development created from the old B & O Railroad... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2011 at jeffgreer
Big Nazo at the Rally to Restore Sanity from Jeff Greer on Vimeo. Big Nazo is a performance group that creates fantastical creatures. Continue reading
Posted Oct 31, 2010 at photojg
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One of the advantages of living where we do is being able to take day trips to DC. Today, my wife and I did just that to see the new Hyperbolic Crochect Coral Reef exhibit at the Smithsonian National Museum... Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2010 at photojg
How I would love to try this lens or its rumored Nikon competition but my bank account will have none of it. Seems like overnight all the great lenses are hovering at the $2000 mark. Guess I'll make do with my Zeiss ZF 35mm f/2 which is quite wonderful.
Lauren D'Aria - Sunny Side Up from Jeff Greer on Vimeo. One very hot afternoon recently, Lauren D'Aria and I got together for still photos and to film footage for a music video of her song, "Sunny Side Up." I... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2010 at photojg
These are my settings for editing and exporting GH1 video using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5. Sequence Settings I use the Sequence Preset for DSLR 720p24. Premiere Pro CS5 seamlessly works with my 720/60p clips in a 24 fps timeline. It... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2010 at photojg
I know I'm late, posting information for a camera at the end of its availability. That said, here are my camera settings for using the Panasonic GH1 for video. General Settings Mode: Creative Motion Picture (the one with the movie... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2010 at photojg
I have a new Twitter account. If you have been following this blog via my old Twitter account, switch to the new one to continue to get post tweets. New Twitter: http://twitter.com/jeffgreerphoto Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2010 at photojg
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Jun 13, 2010
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Japanese Pieris, Ladew Gardens. Panasonic 20mm, 1/100 sec, f/8, ISO 200. I've been using my Olympus E-PL1 camera for almost a month now. My initial impressions were good. Now, they are even better. I very much like this little camera.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2010 at photojg
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