Jay Kinghorn

Salt Lake City, Utah

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Prolific author, provocative speaker and Olympus Visionary photographer Jay Kinghorn guides companies in boosting their marketing efforts and brand awareness through the use of visual media. His company focuses specifically on the strategic use, creation and distribution of Web/mobile video and other multimedia.

Kinghorn and his company have helped companies deliver video through unique and visually pleasing subscription systems, reach potential customers and clients through compelling video and provide existing clients with helpful education-based video.

Jay presents internationally to various universities and trade associations and is one of the lead speakers for ASMP’s dpBestflow project.

The second edition of his book, Perfect Digital Photography, which he co-authored with Pulitzer-prize winner Jay Dickman, was released in June 2009.

Jay’s blog, jaykinghorn.com, discusses photography workflow, visual literacy and multimedia tools. His clients include Olympus, Sony, Adobe, Cabela’s, Vail Resorts, the Rocky Mountain Institute and Pearl Izumi.

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  1. Bob, I think you'll be safe going to 2000 or 2500. My one suggestion is to be sure you're careful with your exposure. Accurate or slight overexposure (e.g. 1/3 stop) will yield better results than underexposure. Happy shooting!
  2. Thanks Jay. I'm shooting with an E-5 also and I'll give it a try this weekend. So far, I haven't pushed the ISO to above 1600 unless I was pretty desperate, but it sure worked well for your sequence. Thanks again.