Recorded Light!

Welcome to my newly-redesigned site! My goal is to be more interactive and share a lot more how-to tips and articles, and to also keep folks updated on what I’m doing and where I’m shooting.God's Ice Sculptures

Why Recorded Light? Well, when you break it down, all we photographers do is record reflected light onto a medium. In the old days, that medium was silver halide film. Now it’s recorded by a digital sensor and saved on a tiny flash memory card. Within the past 10 years, we entered into an incredible age of photography, with a quantum leap bigger than the invention of film itself. These are magical times, and I hope you all share my enthusiasm as we journey ahead in search of the magic!


Recorded Light! — 3 Comments

  1. Michael, A few weeks back I attended a lecture of your in Erie at the photography Club regarding Lighting and Flash.

    • Sorry hit the wrong key. You were using a Tether set-up for your lecture and I was wanting to know what Program and or equipment I would need to set my D-90 up with my laptop on a tether-great learning and or training tool-thanks again for any help

      • Hello Don, I was using the software that Canon bundles with their cameras. So I’m not sure what you’d use for Nikon, but I’d be surprised if it isn’t available as a free download direct from them.

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