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  • Monthly Archives November 2010

    Today in the U.S. we celebrate Thanksgiving; a national holiday where we give thanks for the many blessings we enjoy (and I truly feel like the most blessed guy on earth). Traditionally this is a day  where families come together to eat a Thanksgiving turkey feast, and then we watch football until we pass out. It's just about a perfect day. :-) Our offices are closed today for Thanksgiving, so there's no "pimpy Thursday" today, but I'll be back here tomorrow with some fun stuff, and of course some mild to medium pimpage in honor of the biggest shopping day of the year. In the meantime, please enjoy the stock photo above (nothing brings the warmth, togetherness, and joy of Thanksgiving together like an inexpensive stock photo). In all seriousness, here's wishing you and family a joyus, happy, and yummy Thanksgiving. :-) All my…

    When I was in college I took a speech class and learned that when speaking publicly, it can sometimes be a good idea to start off with a joke. However, being introduced as “Big Daddy” already made me laugh, so I hope you did too. I’ve never actually called myself big daddy before, but when I met Scott shooting on the sidelines of my alma mater, Louisiana Tech University, it was what he started calling me (referencing to the original big daddy, Big Daddy Don Garlits). Before I knew it, so did anyone he’s ever introduced me to :) But with that said, Scott has become a good friend along with Brad and much of the Kelby gang, and I would like to thank them for the platform they’ve created here with the guest blogs and the opportunity to share a little bit about…

    A week or so ago my buddy RC Concepcion stops by my office and he's showing me some great night photos he took of the New York City skyline (seen here and below). I asked where he shot them from, and he told me some were taken from the top of Rockefeller Center, and some from the top of the Empire State Building. Since these were night shots, he'd need a tripod to get shots that sharp, but neither of those places allows you to shoot with a tripod. In fact, they pretty much confiscate your tripod if you even walk in the front door with one (of course, they tag it, and give it back when you leave). So I asked RC how he got permission to shoot with a tripod, and he said he actually didn't use a tripod at all---then he…

    Two weekends ago I got an assignment from Southcreek Global Media to shoot the 2010 Foster Grant Ironman Triathlon World Championships, held in Clearwater Beach, Florida (the image above is from the start of the race. As luck would have it, the athlete I focused in on wound up coming in third). I had never shot any kind of Triathlon before (and honestly, I didn't know that much about them), so I had to do a lot of research before the shoot to get an idea of what kind of coverage to provide. Even at that, it was a real learning experience, and now that I've got one under my belt, I already know all the things I'd do differently next time. Above: The panning shot above was taken in Manual mode, at 1/50 of a second, so I could blur the background as…

    Hi gang: it's 1:56 am, and I'm in my hotel room after shooting the Miami Dolphins vs. Chicago Bears NFL Football game down in Miami tonight (big, big win for the Bears---they're now 7-3, and I believe they're 1/2 game up in their division---sweet!), and I've got to leave for the airport in....oh rats! 4 hours. :( So, I'm hitting the sack right this minute. Although I'll share some shots from the game next week, this was a record breaking shoot for me, because I broke my all time record of shots taken of the ground, my feet, other people's feet, the turf, and stupid stuff like that when my 2nd camera body hits my leg as I'm running up and down the sidelines between plays, and it hits the shutter button (as seen above). I'm proud to say, I have well over 100…

    Just in the time for the holiday shopping season, my buddy Terry White, over at the popular "Terry's Tech Blog," has posted his annual Holiday Gadget Gift Guide with lots of fun goodies. He's got a wide range of gift ideas this year----everything there from great stocking-stuffers to gifts you only give if you're a rich doctor, and you really, really want to impress the person on your holiday list (but it's still fun to just look anyway). Here's the link. Happy shopping! :-)

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