- published: 17 Oct 2013
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90 miles and 50 years. That's what has divided the United States and the island of Cuba—until now. True to our values as an inspirational resource for photographers, Santa Fe Photographic Workshops is building bridges between these two nations and their people via our cultural exchange programs.
http://www.adorama.com Adorama Photography TV Presents Photo on the Go with Joe McNally. In this episode, Joe takes us on a location shoot in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Join Joe as he deconstructs his lighting setup and relays some strategies on how to deal with bright sunlight when shooting an outdoor portrait, and also shows how using a loupe aids in seeing your LCD display. Related Products Hoodman Compact HoodLoupe Optical Viewfinder for 3.2" LCD Displays http://www.adorama.com/HNCH32.html?refby=video Elinchrom Octa Light Bank 74" http://www.adorama.com/EL26158.html?refby=video Elinchrom Strip Light Bank 13x68" http://www.adorama.com/EL26160.html?refby=video Nikon 85mm f/1.4G IF AF-S Nikkor Lens http://www.adorama.com/NK8514AFGU.html?refby=video If you have questions, share them wit...
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She says it came to her in a vision. A Santa Fe artist says when she saw it, she had to recreate it. Bobbi Bennett has been taking photos for three decades. Now, her vision turned photo is gaining worldwide attention.
Santa Fe restaurant favorite for locals and visitors the Zia Diner and Photography by Solaria, an established professional photography studio from Albuquerque, New Mexico, have completed a recent photography project which focused on photographing most of the dishes and desserts on the company's restaurant menu. The photos were shot both inside the bar area of the restaurant and outside on patio. The results are fantastic, marking a broad statement for both companies, showcasing the delicious dishes and desserts served by the Zia Diner, and the amazing talent and skill sets of Photography by Solaria owner, Angela Ollison.