Two big announcements from Brent and Exposure Blending

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Welcome to the Master Photography Roundtable part of the Master Photography Podcast Network!  You are joined by thousands of photographers listening to this show who are all on the same journey to master their photography.  I am Brent Bergherm, the host for this episode and joining me at the roundtable today is Greg Benz. Greg, welcome to the show! Topic …

Lightroom Updates June 2018 and a World Cup Inspired “How I Got The Shot”

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In this Episode Connor sits down with Jeff Harmon and Brian McGuckin. We talk about the latest update of Lightroom and talk about the usefulness of new features then discuss how Brian got an amazing World Cup inspired photo of his son. Topic 1: Lightroom Classic CC 7.4 June 2018 Update (Adobe Release notes: and   New features: (Support …

The Fast & The Furious

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Event photography can be filled with much excitement and provide many unique opportunities. It’s also a horrible time for an error code to pop up on the back of your camera to find out the last 4-5 photos you took are now gone! This has been the past month for our host, Brian McGuckin. Sponsor of This Episode Udemy Udemy …

3 Point Lighting Explained!

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Jeff hosts with Connor at the roundtable to talk about 3 point lighting.  They cover key/fill/hair lighting, how they should be positioned, how they should be powered, and why a photographer would want to use a 3 point lighting setup.

Redwoods (Latitude)

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The redwoods area that we’ll be looking at today is in CA, but just barely. It’s right on the border with Oregon and a great place to use as your base, if you’re not camping, is Crescent City. It’s about 12 miles south of the OR border. There’s plenty of hotel options. The weather is generally mild, if you’re used …