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  • Monthly Archives September 2010

    On Thursday night I got a chance to shoot FC Tampa Bay Rowdies (a pro team in the North American Soccer League), vs. the Austin Aztex and although I didn't shoot worth a darn (and the score ended in a 1 to 1 tie. Ugh!), I did try out a few new things, and learned some things along the way. Shooting at 6,400 ISO The uninspiring shot you see directly above is only remarkable in that it's the first time I've really shot at 6,400 ISO (click on it for a larger view----no noise reduction applied. The one at the top of this post was shot at 3,200 ISO. More on that in a moment). Normally, for night games I would be shooting in the 2,500 to 4,000 ISO range (2,500 at ISO f/2.8 or 4000 at f/4) but the game was held in…

    Hi Guys: The very awesome and cool Brad Moore sent me this mondo epic video (ABOVE) from David Bergman, Bon Jovi's tour photographer on their current tour (My son and I are big Bon Jovi fans, and we caught their tour earlier this year, and met up with Dave before the show. Here's the link to Dave's Guest Post on my blog from earlier this year). Anyway, I thought you guys would enjoy the video. Many thanks, and hat's off to cool, awesome, and awesomely cool Dave Bergman for this epic, mondo cool video (sorry, all the cool's and awesomes are a cool awesome hangover from Brad's Pimpy Post yesterday. Brad's cool like that). You can get all the details on David's blog and over at Fstoppers.com, the guys who produced the video.

    Remember last February, I got a deal for you guys from Metal Mural (They make these huge metal murals, made up of a grid of multiple metallic tiles, as seen above in this shot from their tradeshow booth)? Well, this latest "This Weekend Only" deal is even sweeter than their last one. Here's the deal: You get 35% OFF their 12 inch tile squares, plus you get free shipping on the entire order. To get this deal, you have to use this link: http://metalmural.com/sk.aspx Ask anybody who has seen these at their booth at a trade show—these tiled murals have huge impact. If you get some done, let me know how you much you like ‘em!

    Hey gang, Brad here again with Pimpy* Thursday!  Here's some of the latest cool stuff that's happening... Westcott just kicked off their 2010 Top Pro Tour last week in New York, and will be traveling around the country for the next couple of months! Each stop features one of Westcott's Top Pro photographers, including many of our own instructors such as Dave Cross, Terry White, David Ziser, Jim Schmelzer, and previous guest bloggers Andrew Kornylak and Tyler Stableford! So, if you want to learn studio lighting, have hours of hands-on education, and have the chance to win some great prizes, check out the schedule, then sign up right here for only $69.90 using the coupon code TPT8131! Epson just completed a series of videos on their new Signature Worthy papers featuring our good buddy Vincent Versace, as well as Lois Greenfield, Matthew Jordan Smith,…

    Photo by Mark Suban Pay it Forward “Pay it Forward” is a phrase that might sound familiar because it was the theme for a popular book and later adapted into a movie. The concept of Pay it Forward is not about repaying a good deed or a favor to the person who did something for you; it’s about paying it forward to others. It’s how I feel about teaching photography. I’ve received a lot of assistance and good will throughout my career that I can never repay. But I can give back; that’s why I think things have come full circle. I graduated Providence College with a major in English and a concentration in photography. My dream was, you guessed it, to be a photojournalist. I loved writing, loved taking pictures. But I didn’t have any experience right out of school, so I worked…

    Hey gang---just a quickie: We taped an episode of Photoshop User TV on the Expo Floor at Photoshop World, and the episode was sponsored by MPIX.com and we had Joe Dellesega from MPIX.com on as a guest, and we asked him (made him) give our viewers a special deal on the air. You get 15% off of ALL prints using the promo code they gave live on the show, but the deal ends Wednesday at midnight CST. You can watch the episode here (On the show how I use MPIX.com---I upload an image, and go through the whole process live), or you can cheat and just use the promo code he put out there, which is Promo Code PSW15. Ask anybody who has used MPIX---and they'll tell you----they absolutely rock! (I was saying this to anyone who would listen way before they ever sponsored…

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