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October 20, 2008

The Nikonians On Location #38 - Autumn Leaves

Martin Joergensen has caught autumn in several ways: outdoors in the withering forest, indoors in the form of leaves on a white background... and in the shape of a cold. So this time he will lead you through a sniffing and nose dripping fall episode of On Location.

Click here to download Nikonians On Location Podcast #38 (NPC-OL-2008-10-20; 19:21; 13.7MB, MP3 format. or NPC-OL-2008-10-20; 19:21; 14.3MB, Apple M4A format - no embedded images).
Video supplement available here (NPC-OLV-2008-10-20; 7:55; flash format).

Show Notes: October 20, 2008

The episode both covers shooting fall outdoors in your local neighborhood as well as shooting indoors in a makeshift studio, where the aim is to get autumn leaves isolated on a white background.

The sound file:

  1. Intro
  2. In the forest
  3. In the neighborhood
  4. In the garden
  5. In the living room
  6. Bye

Video supplement:

A few samples of the shooting both indoors and outdoors as well as a super short course in isolating stuff on a white background.
Click here to view Nikonians On Location Video Supplement #38 (NPC-OLV-2008-10-20; 7:55; flash format)

Music used on today's show:

Vivaldi's Concerto No.3 in F Major Allegro, probably better known as Autumn from the Four seasons performed by American Baroque on Magnatune.

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Posted by martinj at October 20, 2008 9:30 AM