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Boudewijn Smit, Mamiya Leaf Customer Story

©Boudewijn Smit
©Boudewijn Smit

Amsterdam-based Boudewijn Smit, was enthralled from an early age both by the art of photography and of sailing. As a young man, he attended sailing school and was learning the art of boat building when a chance meeting with Jurriaan Eindhoven at a friend’s birthday party reset his life course. While everyone at the party was enjoying Boudewijn’s prints, Jurriaan gave him a hard time with some pointed critiques and eventually took him on as first a trainee and then an assistant.

You could say that Boudewijn is a self-taught artist, but his education was grounded on having assisted a lot of different photographers; extensive on the job training meant that he was immersed in photography. Inventing images, framing compositions, experimenting with light and shadow was on his mind day and night, night and day.

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Adobe Camera Raw Support for the Leaf Credo 40 and 60

Good news for all you Adobe Camera Raw users! Adobe has released Adobe Camera Raw 7.2 and Lightroom 4.2, which now includes support for the Leaf Credo 40 and Leaf Credo 60 backs.

See the full list of newly supported cameras on Adobe’s Lightroom Journal. Get the update natively, through the softwares’ update checkers, or download them manually.

Ira Block’s Faces of Hope in Permanent Collection

Ira BlockPhotographer Ira Block has posted about his September 11 prints included in the National September 11 Memorial and Museum’s permanent collection.

Block writes, “The exhibit was made possible with the help of Alliance Bernstein, Foto Care, Gotham Imaging, Mamiya, and National Geographic.”

Visit his post to see some of the moving portraits of survivors, first responders, and artifacts which are now collected at the museum. You can see more at his site.