I was invited to Paragliding tomorrow. I’ve never done this before… and sorry mom, I know you read the blog. If you see a blog entry the NEXT day, then you’ll know I made it!
I’ll be up in the air, sailing over the photo you see below.
Huge Live Show with Jeremy Cowart, Lisa Bettany, and Thomas Hawk
Join me for the huge G+ Hangout show #88 with Jeremy, Lisa, and Thomas. The topic is new photo apps and more… Check your time on the event page here or mark down Thursday, 7 PM PT, 10 PM ET. The video will be live here on the blog at that time!
We’ll start out the show with the HUGE giveaway of the $1200 Quadcopter with a 14 megapixel camera that we started last week — be sure to leave a comment at on the link above to enter.
Then, during the show, we’ll talk about Jeremy’s new app, OKDOTHIS, and other photo apps and that whole space in general. Since Lisa did Camera+, well she’s kind of an expert! We’ll also all catch up, share some new photos, and, well, just kinda hangout. And, as usual, we’ll be taking live questions! These are three great photographers, and it’s always fun just to sit around and talk about photography with people like this, so I’m mega excited.
The four of us are also starting The Arcanum together, so we may touch on that too… There are applications flying in from all over the world not only to be Apprentices, but also Masters. One guy that just applied to be a Master is Benjamin Von Wong ! He’s amazing and just one example. Perhaps during the show, his name will come up and we can show his amazing portfolio at http://www.vonwong.com/
See all event info and time here. And thanks again to Peter Giordano for being our awesome host and to Dave Veffer for being our awesome beardededed producer!
Daily Photo – A Peaceful morning in Bendemeer
We headed out into the valley between the mountains of Arrowtown and Queenstown one morning. The air was crisp and clean. There was not even the slightest breeze to move the water around, so that made a countless array of perfect mirrors all over the estates. This was one of the final photos I got before a hasty exodus.