Photowalking with Thomas Hawk, Part II

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This is the second installment of Photowalking with Thomas Hawk. Here we continue underneath the Golden Gate Bridge and cover the time right before sunset where light starts changing.

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21 Responses to “Photowalking with Thomas Hawk, Part II”

  1. It’s about being part of the conversation « Scobleizer - Tech Geek Blogger Says:

    […] Aside: second installment of Photowalking with Thomas Hawk is up. I should have titled this “it gets darker.” The other installments should be up soon. […]

  2. Web Strategy by Jeremiah » Online Video and Photography: More Photowalking Says:

    […] Part 2: He discusses some of his more advanced tactics, gets wet and crawls around on the floor like a sniper […]

  3. Rick Says:

    Check out my comment in Part I about the epic length of the filenames for these files. They’re causing problems.

  4. Robert Scoble Says:

    Yes, we’re fixing that.

  5. Brian Sullivan Says:

    I think this is the “Sony” GPS device that Thomas was referring to:

    http://radio.weblogs.com/0127028/2006/09/13.html#a434

    Another more elaborate, more expensive one I saw the other day:

    http://www.engadget.com/2006/09/27/jelbert-geotagger-adds-gps-tracking-to-cameras/

  6. Tom Kirkham Says:

    Rentglass.com may be the site Thomas is referring to as the ‘Netflix’ of lenses. I haven’t tried them, but will as soon as my D80 gets here.
    In the first episode, Thomas implies that shooting in RAW allows HDRI, but I’m not sure that is entirely true. I was under the impression that only bracketed, independent exposures can be used for true HDRI.
    Keep up the good work Scoble!

  7. Brian Sullivan Says:

    Whoops — I notice the Sony GPS reference from Thomas is in part III not II.

    It would be real useful to be able to make comments on the video display page popup rather than going back to the originating post,

  8. HDR - Does it really require Multiple Exposure « Like the Ocean Says:

    […] I, as many of the folks, was under the impression that to post process a HDR image , it would require multiple exposure or atleast a single RAW image (RAW images contains more information than JPEG, in that, it would be possible to extract shots with different exposure from a single RAW shot - I realized this from listening to Thomas Hawk @ ScobleShow) […]

  9. Andrew Says:

    Wow at first i thoguht he would photoshop them a lot more but seeing the originals on the camera made me way more amazed

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