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FAP Episode #30 - Water, Water Everywhere!

faplogosmall(Duration - 00:49:24) On this episode of Fireground Action Photography we're joined by Fire Photographers Timothy Tonge and Joe Brown. Joe has just returned from covering an ice rescue in Woburn, Massachusetts and shares the story, his experiences, observations, thought process and workflow. We also announce that FAP will now be produced every other week instead of weekly. Oh, and I spill water all over myself. Here are some related links you may find useful: JoeBrownPhotos.com - The photography of Joe Brown PerfectMomentPhotography.com - The photography of Timothy Tonge FirePics.net - Joe's ice rescue images (you may need to sign in to view) TheBostonChannel.com TheBostonHerald.com Fireground Action Photography Flickr Group

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FAP Episode #23 - Joe Brown, Marketing & Getting Your Images Published

faplogosmall(Duration - 01:00:19) On this episode of Fireground Action Photography we're joined once again by New England-based photographer Joe Brown. Joe joins us in a roundtable discussion in response to an email we received from listener Laurel Burk asking about how to market your images and get your work published. What are some dependable methods for getting your "brand" out there in the industry. It's more about reputation and relationships than you may think. Here are some related links you may find useful: Joe Brown Digital Photography: www.joebrownphotos.com Listener Laurel Burk's Website: www.rimrockreflections.com Leo Laporte & the TWiT Network Firepics.net - A great online forum for the fire photography community Sportsshooter.com - An online forum for working sports photographers FireRescue Magazine Submission Guidelines Firehouse Magazine Submission Guidelines Jems Magazines Submission Guidelines

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FAP Episode #22 - Photographer Joe Brown and our New Years Photo Resolutions

faplogosmall(Duration - 01:03:07) In this episode of Fireground Action Photography we meet New England-based photographer Joe Brown. We also review of our 2009 New Years PHOTO resolutions and share some from listeners. Here are some related link which you may find useful: www.joebrownphotos.com - Featuring the work of photographer Joe Brown www.scottkelby.com - "The Photoshop Insider" by Scott Kelby www.firepics.net - Online forum for emergency services photographers www.craigdurling.com - Featuring the photography of Craig M. Durling www.firepictures.com - Featuring the photography of Ross A. Benson

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FAP Episode #7 - New Canon Releases

faplogosmall(Duration - 51:47) In this episode of the Fireground Action Photography podcast we talk about Canon's announcement regarding the release of the EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 50D, PowerShot G10 and the 24mm 1.4 lens. In our new "Gadget of the Week" segment, Ross reviews a helmet-mounted flashlight holder from Black Jack. Here are some related links you may find useful: dpreview.com - "Digital Photography Review" - Digital photography reviews, buying guides and forums firepics.net - On-line group/forum for emergency services photographers Canon USA - For all Canon products (Like the new EOS 5D Mark II, EOS 50D, PowerShot D10 & 24mm 1.4 lens) BlackJackHolder.com - The helmet-mounted "Black Jack" flashlight holder Samy's Camera - The on-line home of the west coast's premiere photo/video supply store. Get your Canon gear here! Amazon.com - The home of Amazon.com Sportsshooter.com - Where the COOL sports photographers hang out!

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FAP Episode #3 - Shooting Modes

faplogosmall(Duration 51:21) In this episode fire photographers Craig Durling and Ross Benson discuss camera "Mode" settings. When do you select what mode and why? Do you shoot primarily in Program mode? Aperture Priority mode? Hopefully not Automatic mode...we'll discuss this in detail. A listener reminds us all to protect the images displayed on our websites by disabling the right-click function. We've found an effective source for this important bit of HTML code. Here are some related link which you may find useful: http://forums.digitalpoint.com/showthread.php?t=255179 - Source for HTML code to disable the right-click function in IE and Firefox www.firepics.net - On-line forum for fire photographers www.twitlive.tv - Live video streaming site featuring all things Leo Laporte www.techguylabs.com - Headquarters for all things Leo Laporte www.twipphoto.com - Website for the "This Week In Photography" podcast, a great resource for any photographer

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