Inside Digital Photo presents a variety of radio and television programs geared towards digital photography enthusiasts and professionals. Their host and head honcho Scott Sheppard first interviewed me at Photoplus Expo in New York City back in October after i was the first wedding photographer in the world to shoot the D3 at a wedding. Back in March, I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Scott once again in Las Vegas at WPPI 08. The D3 was once again the topic of our conversation. Scott really does a great job. He knows his stuff and asks the right questions which really makes it easy for all those he interviews.
This past week, once again had the honor of being interviewed by Scott while as a guest on his Inside Digital Photo radio program which originates in San Fransisco. This interview will be edited and posted on itunes for download and I'll post the link to this blog as soon as it's available. Thanks so much to Scott and his producer Alexandra Gebhardt for making things so easy.
In the meantime, here is the youtube video from WPPI 08 in Las Vegas after I got off the Nikon podium at the WPPI tradeshow.
It's been quite a while since I've blogged. Sorry to those who've recently subscribed. I've been pretty damn busy shooting weddings but I'm committed to blogging more frequently now in order to keep up with the dates.
Jodi and Richard had a terrific wedding at The Westin Philadelphia. The Westin did a complete renovation a short time ago and they did an amazing job. It's better than ever and I've always enjoyed working there. The amazing Carol Powers Gordon did the decor and really set a wonderful mood. Here are a few from their day
Jocelyn and Oren had a wonderful, traditional ceremony at their synagogue in Cherry Hill, NJ. I love it when couples choose to include a tisch and bedeken, beautiful symbolic traditions in judaism, into their ceremony. This was a very special couple who've displayed some inspiring personal commitment toward one another that is way too personal to share on this blog. It was truly my privilege to photograph them. Here are a few from their day.