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  • Monthly Archives February 2008

    Before we get started, just a quick word of thanks to the wonderful folks at the ISAP (International Society of Aviation Photographers). I spoke at their annual symposium in Dallas, Texas yesterday (on behalf of Nikon), and I just had a wonderful time. They're a terrific group to present to, and once again I was blown away by the images their members capture. They had a mini-gallery set-up of their attendees work, and it was just absolutely stunning. Thanks to Nikon and ISAP for having me back this year. On a side note: while at ISAP I picked up a wonderful book by aviation photographer Erik Hildebrandt called "Anytime Baby; Hail and Farewell to the Navy F-14 Tomcat." It's filled with incredible images, and fascinating stories about one of the most amazing fighter jets ever made (Here's the link to it on Amazon.com). Now,…

    I used Dave Cross's ingenious "Photoshop World PDF Planner" to pick which classes at the upcoming Photoshop World Conference & Expo (on April 2-4), I would take if I wasn't teaching any classes myself, and could attend a different class the entire conference--just like an attendee (see the graphic above, which was generated from Dave's planner). Now, these aren't my suggestions for everybody else; these are just the sessions I would catch if I could (although I am going to do my darndest to catch at least one class per day---that's much harder to do than it sounds with my schedule). If you're going to Photoshop World, go to Dave's site and download his free planner---you will love it. If you're going, but you haven't signed up---there's only two days left to take advantage of the $100 off early bird registration. If you're not…

    Yesterday I was shooting some shots for a project I'm working on (see top image--click on it for a larger view), and I got to use Lastolite's Hilite background, which gives you, about as simply as I can imagine it could ever be, a perfectly lit, shadowless white background for high-key shots. I got a live demo of the HiLite background at the Imaging USA expo in Tampa back in January, and I bought one right on the spot, but this is the first chance I've had to shoot with it. It was so easy to set up, so easy to use, and just so darn clever, that I knew about 5-minutes into the shoot that it was going to get my "Scott Thinks It's Hot!" Award. This background is incredibly portable---basically, it just pops-up (when it's collapsed it looks like a large collapsible…

    Howdy folks. Here's what's going on: Let's start with some photographic inspiration, from photographer Joe Felzman. This guy has some very cool stuff. Start your Tuesday off right by clicking here. I just got the 2008 spring/fall catalog of classes from the Santa Fe Workshops, (the cover is shown above) and since it's just a listing of their upcoming classes, I guess I wasn't expecting to see so much incredible photography, but...it's filled with incredible photography! It's a beautifully designed catalog that makes such great use of photography that I had to sit there with it for a few minutes, and just let the images soak in (here's a link to download a PDF version of the catalog). While I was looking through all the classes, I thought to myself, "If I could take just one class at Santa Fe, which one would it…

    If you're a Nikon D3 owner (you lucky $*#&@), then you'll want to take a quick trip over to Moose Peterson's Nikon D3 microsite to catch his new video clips where he explains some of the most important D3 settings, and shares his own personal settings (and why he uses them). Really great stuff, and if you own a D3, this is a must-see for sure. Here's the link (and kudos to Moose making this resource available). In some semi-related news: one of the absolute coolest, most fun, and most enlightening things I got to do in 2007, was to be a part of two of Moose's "Digital Landscape Workshop Series" on location workshops. Moose has put together a really unique learning environment for photographers, and if you're into landscape photography, this is literally the cream of the crop, taught by the best in…

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