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  • Monthly Archives September 2010

    Happy Thursday guys and gals, Brad here again. Here's the pimpy! NAPP member Cindy McDaniel has a cool mix of photography and post production work in her portfolio that you should check out here (that's just one image from her portfolio at the top of this post)! Portrait photographer (and previous guest blogger) Tim Mantoani photographed Drew Brees of the Saints for the cover of the Madden NFL 11 video game earlier this year. He posted some behind the scenes videos of the two-day shoot on his blog that give a good look at what goes into the production of the cover. Check them out right here!  (Tim also has a killer portfolio at Mantoani.com) Our buddy Big Daddy Don Page recently did a time lapse video called "Chasing Landscapes" that kicks butt!  You can see it here and see how he did it…

    Hello everyone, my name is julieanne kost. First of all, I want to thank Scott for letting me play in his sandbox today! I imagine that the best way to get started is to tell you a little about myself. Then, I’d like to talk about a small number of images that I’ve chosen from some current personal projects. And finally, I’ll leave you with three suggestions geared towards staying creative. So now that we know where we’re going, lets get started. About me. I have always been interested in photography and grew up in a household that had the perfect combination of left and right brain influences. My father is an engineer: very logical, pragmatic and disciplined in his work and he always encouraged me to master the technology necessary for a particular field of study. We had a darkroom set up in…

    Hi gang: I'm at the airport and I just this minute starting looking at my images from last night's game, and found this one of Green Bay Quarterback Aaron Rodgers tossing a pass in mid-air after being flushed from the pocket by the Bears defense (Julius Peppers was awesome, by the way). Click on the image for a larger view. This was shot at 1,600 ISO, at f/2.8 at 1/1000 of a second on a Nikon D3s. They're boarding my flight, but I wanted to at least get one shot up there. Have a great Tuesday!

    Hi Gang: It's 2:00 AM Chicago time (so 3:00 am for me, whose internal clock is on East Coast time), and I just got back to my hotel room after a sideline shoot of the BIG Chicago Bears win over the Green Bay Packers. RC sent me the screen cap above of the ESPN TV broadcast last night as I wound up on the air a couple of times. My cell phone kept going off with texts from friends saying "I just saw you on TV.' I just saw you again!" I was cracking up! The highlight of the game was getting to shoot the 2nd half with my buddy, and Chicago Bears Chairman Mike McCaskey. He's a terrific photographer, and he's shot both college and pro sports but he rarely gets to shoot his own team, but last night he hung out with…

    Saturday night I got a chance to shoot the USF Bulls vs. Western Kentucky football game from the sidelines with my buddy sports photographer Andy Gregory. Here are a few of shots from the game. (I got the image above just as the team had gathered in the tunnel to enter the field through an air curtain of C02) Lens Length vs. ISO & Noise Issues When I shot the LSU - North Carolina game a few weeks ago, I took my new 300mm f/2.8 lens, and absolutely totally loved it, but you do have to hustle a little more up and down the sidelines to stay close enough to the action. Saturday night, I used my 200-400mm f/4, which worked out pretty darn well because of the extra 100mm reach, but I'm not sure it's quite as magical as the 300mm f/2.8, with…

    My good friend Moose Peterson wrote just a fantastic post on his blog last week called "Dreams can take flight", and while it is about an experience he had in aviation photography where he captured some of those truly once-in-a-lifetime images, his story that led to the photos is about much more than that. If you want to start off your Monday right, click right here. The images range from fascinating (the ones leading up to the shoot), to just "Wow---I'd have given anything to be there..." type of shots, but take the few minutes to read the whole story. Very powerful stuff, surrounded by very powerful images. You'll be glad you checked this out.

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