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  • Monthly Archives July 2010

    Jack Parker of The David Crowder*Band - Photo by me, Brad Moore "The Shot" It's something we photographers all hope for. The thing we strive to achieve every time we pick up the camera. The one image that could possibly define who we are as a photographer, and maybe even our careers. But if we're successful in our quest, what then? The image above was shot during one of my first "real" concert photography experiences, last November (you can read about it right here). It's during a pretty epic part of one of their songs, so I was already pumped before I shot it, then even more so when I saw how great it turned out in my edit later. Since then, it's become my signature image. Have I shot anything worthwhile since then? I think so. Have I shot anything to top it?…

    Don?t think...DO! I've sat here for 15 minutes with absolutely NO idea what to write for you all. None. I've gotten up, gone to my garden and smoked a cigarette. Sat down. Stared at the screen. Gotten back up. Smoked. Sat back down. Then it struck me! Just go and write it. Don't think, do! I'm fortunate enough to be in the position to have been asked to make a contribution to Scott's site as as Guest Blogger, so I'm just going to WRITE IT! And it's going to be about exactly that principal in relation to photography. The principal of NOT planning, not getting tied up in details, not sweating the small stuff. The principal that sometimes, you just gotta throw your shoulders back, lift your chin, walk in the room with a smile and freaking shoot the thing! :) I've found myself…

    Hey gang, Brad here with a few updates on books, events, and all sorts of stuff! First off, if you haven't already ordered Scott's new Lightroom 3 Book for Photographers, you can do so right here. If you purchase through that link, you'll also get a free Killer Presets CD from Matt Kloskowski! We haven't gotten our copies just yet, but we're expecting them ANY DAY, so order now! Speaking of Lightroom, make sure you check out the dates for the Lightroom Live Tour. Scott's coming to Fort Lauderdale and New York, and Matt's coming to Boston, Los Angeles, and San Francisco all this month! If you are a NAPP member, you will definitely want to check out the LIVE Members Only Webinar tomorrow, July 9th from 3:00-4:00 pm Eastern.  Matt, Dave, Corey, and RC will all be hanging out and answering your questions…

    Joe is back at it this month with another round of One-Day Lighting Workshops in Dobbs Ferry, NY (just north of NYC)!  This time around, he's doing both Basic and Advanced workshops. Here are brief descriptions of each: ONE-DAY BASIC LIGHTING WORKSHOPS July 11, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18 These hands-on workshops are not camera system specific, nor are they are not about buttons and dials. All day, we will deal with the question of how to manage light, while emphasizing how to “write” with light and how it shapes the mood, message, color, and feel of the photograph. Joe will start with the basics of one flash, and move quickly into scenarios involving multiple flashes. Significant location lighting issues will be discussed during the course of a jam-packed day. ONE-DAY ADVANCED LIGHTING WORKSHOPS July 12, 16, 27, 28, 29 The techniques taught in…

    First, ya gotta know, there's a photo involved, but it's not a photo competition---so anyone can win. Here's the scoop: For the month of July, Lexar Media is holding a "“Take the Next Shot” Sweepstakes, and the winner gets their choice of either a Nikon D300s or a Canon 7D, along with a Lens and a Lexar 600x memory card (plus runners-up get 300x cards). All you have to do is follow Lexar on Facebook or @Lexarmedia on Twitter and then just email them a photo. This makes you eligible for the drawing for the prizes (they're not judging the photos, just using that as an entry into the contest). Click either one of those links above for more details, or to enter.

    RC  & crew shoot back during last year's Worldwide Photo Walk - Photo by Scott Kelby Hey everyone, Brad here.  Just wanted to let everyone know that this coming Saturday, July 10 is the cutoff to be approved as a leader.  We want to make sure everyone has plenty of time to plan their walk, and we think two weeks is about the minimum for planning something like this. So if you're wanting to lead a Photo Walk in your area, make sure you sign up asap to get in before the cutoff date!

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