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  • Monthly Archives October 2010

    Nancy Massé (better known as @NAPP_news or simply "The International Ambassador of Love" representing the Languedoc Roussillon of France), created a Facebook Fan Page for me, and basically handed me the keys (in other words---she set it up for me, but she's not doing any of the posting for me). This has worked out pretty well so far for two reasons: (1) Since it's a "Fan Page" you don't have to send me a friend request, or wait for an approval, or anything like that. If you want to see what I'm up to, you can just click the "Like" button, and you're automatically "in." (2) My original Facebook page was supposed to be just for personal friends and family, but I never really posted to it, so I basically use it just to keep up with what my friends and family are doing,…

    Hi. My name is Scott, and I'm a JPEG shooter. I wanted to step up and make this shocking admission after I read this comment (from reader Tom Bruno) on my blog post from Friday (link): Great shots, Scott! I’m green with envy, not just at how good your shots are, also that you get passes to shoot from the sidelines. But I am shocked — Shocked! — that you shot in JPEG. I know. Imagine how much better they would have looked had I shot in Raw. ;-) True Confessions OK, truth be known, I only shoot in JPEG on one single occassion: when I'm shooting sports. However, I'm not alone. Most of the professional sports photographers I've talked with shoot in JPEG as well, because when it comes to sports, JPEG offers a number of advantages to the sports shooter: (1) More…

    Although I already posted my favorite shot from Monday Night's big Bears win against the Packers, here's a few more from the game, including a poster-print I made as a gift for my buddy Mike McCaskey of Devin Hester's game-changing punt return for a touchdown. I shot Hester's punt return with more of a wide composition (and my camera turned wide) and Mike went in nice and tight at 400mm with a tall orientation (I included one of Mike's shots further below), and I think it's really cool to see how two shooters set-up literally side-by-side, captured such different images of the same moment. Anyway, here's a few more from the game: Above: This shot uses the Cinematic Wide screen cropping I talked about last week (link). Above: I know it looks like I "juiced" the colors or added more Vibrance in Lightroom, but…

    Hail! Magazine, is a new online magazine for Washington Redskins fans, and even if you're not a Redskins fan (like my assistant Kathy Siler, who redefines what it means to be a Redskins fanatic), you still need to check out this magazine for two reasons: (1) It's so incredibly well done, that it looks like an online edition of a full printed magazine. Really great layouts, with a clean, tight design. (2) The photography is just fantastic. Very "SI" like, with big feature photo spreads that really draw you in to the articles. If you've got two minutes, check out the current edition of Hail! right here. Congrats to Hail! editor Brian Murphy and the whole team at Hail! magazine. Now, can you do an edition for the Bears and the Bucs? ;-)

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