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  • Monthly Archives September 2010

    When I shot the LSU vs. North Carolina football game last week, I wanted to take my new 32-gig Lexar Professional 600X high-speed UDMA memory card out, and when I popped it in the camera, I have to tell you—my jaw dropped when I looked at the LCD readout on the top of my Nikon D3, and saw that in JPEG fine mode, I had more than 4,300 shots available on that one card. Seriously---wow! I snapped the shot you see above of the LCD readout window using my iPhone 4 on the balcony of my hotel before I left for the game. Now, later Paul Abell snookered me into shooting a sporting event in Raw mode, so my number of available shots went down to around 1,200+, but still---that ain't bad for just one card. By the way---the Lexar 600X card is insanely…

    Last week I promised that I would tell you guys a little bit about what the folks at FJ Westcott did on the Photoshop World Expo Floor that made them the talk of the show, but first a little history. (All Photos by Terry White. Thanks T!). Dave Moser (NAPP's Chief Operating Officer) and I had come up with an idea with based on the the fact that so many people already bring their cameras to Photoshop World. We thought it would be cool if we set up "shooting stations" for lack of a better term, where we would have sets and props or professional models, all professionally lit, where they could practice their skills. A few months back I called Kelly Mondora over at Westcott Lighting to share the idea, because the only way this was really going to work was to use…

    I mentioned on Monday that a got a chance to shoot the LSU vs. North Carolina College Football Kick-off Game on Saturday in the Georgia Dome with my buddy, Atlanta-based pro sports photographer Paul Abell (here's Paul's guest post on my blog). We really had a ball, plus it was a terrific game, coming down to the last 2-seconds, where the Tiger's defense was able to hold off the Tar Heels from snagging a last second victory. This was my first time out shooting with my 300mm f/2.8 (a gift from my book publisher [Peachpit Press] for being named the world's #1 best-selling technology book author for the 6th year straight. I know---totally awesome publisher, right? Plus they really know how to give a gift!!!!!). :-) Anyway, here's a few shots from the game. I am getting better at my timing, which is something…

    Hey gang, Brad here with the latest happenings and news. Just a few things to talk about today, but they're some pretty cool things! :) The brand spankin' new iPhone Book (by Scott Kelby and Terry White) is now available! This fourth edition has updated info for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, including all the stuff you need to know to get the most out of this handy gadget. You can order your copy from Barnes and Noble or Amazon (or both!). You can catch legendary sports photographer Bill Frakes TODAY at 2:00 pm EDT on a free webinar with  called "Sports Photography: Understanding Motion and Emotion." It's presented by the Manfrotto School of Xcellence, where you can also find archived webinars from other photographers, including Joe McNally! (If you missed Bill's guest blog earlier this year, you should go back and check…

    "Scott Kelby Rocks!" by William Beem You probably saw Scott's recap of Photoshop World earlier this week, but we thought it would be nice to let you hear from some of the people who were there as attendees as well.  Here are just a few of the people who have blogged about their experience in Las Vegas last week: William Beem - Beem Does Photoshop World in Las Vegas Michael Sweeney - Photoshop World 2010 Tiarra Wantz at Nfamous Gamers - Ncounter with Photoshop Guru Scott Kelby Tanya Plonka - Photoshop World 2010, Las Vegas Tony Drumm - Photoshop World - Vegas 2010 Craig Thoburn - Flickr (a few shots from the keynote) Ken Toney - Ken has some great shots up on his blog And I'm sure there are more out there, so feel free to link away in the comments if you…

    FROM ROCKS AND TREES TO GUYS IN TIES I’m thrilled and honored to be this week’s guest blogger. I’ve been a member of NAPP and a follower of Scott Kelby for many many years, and I can’t thank him enough for all the wonderful information he provides through his books and online videos. I’ve been making my living as a photographer for more than 25 years, specializing in location work for annual reports and other types of business collateral material. Making a living as a professional photographer is hard work, no doubt about it!  You need passion, persistence and an unbridled faith in yourself and your abilities.  As hard as it is to build a successful business in photography, it is the most rewarding career you could ever imagine. My love affair with photography started back during my high school days.  I was a…

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