Nikon D-Town

Check it out! If you’re a Nikon shooter I’ve got some big news. Starting today, there is a new show called Nikon D-Town. It’s a weekly show sponsored by Nikon and centered around Nikon DSLRs (hence the name D-Town).

Each week Scott and Matt will share tips and tricks to use with Nikon DSLRs. They will even cover camera accessories as well as some Capture NX2 tips.

The first show is in the bag and up on the brand new site Jump over and check out the first show (you can watch it right on the website without downloading anything).


Very Cool! ProFoto D1

Strobes for the studio!

PC Photo Magazine

Things are looking good! One of the editors of PCPhoto Magazine contacted me to use one of my pictures for the exit page! Hopefully it will appear in the June issue!

HeadShot Gallery

NYC Transit Subway Rule 1050.9(C)

NYC Transit Subway Rule 1050.9(C)

Photography, filming or video recording in any facility or conveyance is permitted except that ancillary equipment such as lights, reflectors or tripods may not be used. Members of the press holding valid identification issued by the New York City Police Department are hereby authorized to use necessary ancillary equipment. All photographic activity must be conducted in accordance with the provisions of this Part.

Here is the link:

Village Voice Article- Photog Arrested

Times Defends Subway Photog Vs. Bogus Arrest

Posted by Roy Edroso at 8:00 AM, February 18, 2009

shutterbug.jpgIt’s nice to see the New York Times sticking up for civil liberties. Today they cover the case of Robert Taylor, who last Thursday took pictures on the Freeman Avenue 2 train stop and was arrested. A cop told him he couldn’t take pictures, Taylor said he could, the cop called a sergeant, Taylor insisted on his rights and, as you might expect, he was cuffed and taken in, with the police “citing 9/11.” Those magic words probably won’t save the city from a successful lawsuit, says the Times, citing a previous bogus photography arrest and suggesting that Taylor “might end up with more than a nice dinner or two — at taxpayer expense.” The story has already gotten a ton of play on blogs, and now that the Times has weighed in, maybe the word will flow to 1PP and Bloomberg to back off. Photo (cc) Naixn

GoblinFruit Studios

Take a look at Carisa’s dolls! We had a lot of fun on this shoot!