Posted October, 2008

  • New Online Class From Joe McNally on “Corporate Photography” at

    Oct 10th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    We posted another new online training class from the amazing Joe McNally at this week, and this one is on corporate photography, in particular, shooting an executive portrait on location. Joe takes you through the entire process, and it’s really fascinating to see how he deals with problems that crop up, how he dealsContinue…

  • Going Bold: Your Input Makes a Difference

    Oct 10th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    First, thanks so much to everyone who shared their opinions on the “Bolding of Keyboard Shortcuts” in my Lightroom 2 Book. Besides your comments on the bolding, I really thought there were some other great ideas there as well, so I wanted to comment on them here. Based on your comments, I’m moving forward withContinue…

  • As Photographers, Are We Backing Up Too Much?

    Oct 10th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    I was talking with my buddy Terry White earlier this week about my photo storage problems. It seems that no matter how much extra drive space I add, before long I’m out of space again. He’s got the same problem. Maybe worse. Part of the problem is our files are just too darn big; nowContinue…

  • Breakfast With An Eagle

    Oct 9th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    So a few days ago, I’m standing in my kitchen, having a bowl a cereal, and I notice a large bird flying right outside my kitchen window, and I say, out loud (with nobody around but me), “Oh my gosh was that a bald Eagle???!!!!!” I’ve lived in Florida my entire life, and I canContinue…

  • Ashton and Demi on the Sidelines

    Oct 9th, 2008  |  1 Comments

    One thing I didn’t expect during my sideline shoot at the Chicago Bears vs. Eagles game, was that I’d meet celebrities Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore before the game (I’ve learned since, that Ashton is a longtime devoted Bears fan). My buddy, Bears Chairman Mike McCaskey, brought me over to meet them for minute beforeContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Ben Willmore

    Oct 8th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    My Evolution as a Photographer When I was in high school, I thought I wanted to grow up to become a professional photographer. When I was in collage, I took darkroom and studio photography classes, but in the end got distracted and became a graphic designer. In my role as a graphic designer, I mainlyContinue…

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