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  • Monthly Archives January 2011

    So here's exactly what happened to me at the Bears/Packers NFC Championship Game yesterday: I'm set up right on the goal line. Just minding my own business. Taking a few shots. Chatting with other photographers, and sharing my hot cocoa with them. Pretty typical game. On the Packer's first possession, they drive right down the field, and they're on the 2 yard line. Greenbay Packers's Quarterback Aaron Rodgers drops back to pass, but everybody's pretty well covered, and he sees a hole on my side of the field, and he starts running directly at me and dives for the Goal Line (as seen below). I'm shooting my 400mm f/2.8 on a Gitzo monopod, but when I see this unfolding, I hold my Monopod with the left hand, and grab my 2nd body; a Nikon D3 with a 24-70mm f/2.8, with my right hand---I put…

    (Note the specially "pimped out" monopod for easy sidelines spotting) OK, I am at full happy because on Sunday I'm flying up to Chicago to shoot the NFC Championship Playoff Game between the Chicago Bears (Yeah baby!) and the Green Bay Packers (Booooo) at Soldier Field. I know a lot of you will be watching this nationally televised playoff game, and so I thought I would create this handy "Scott Spotting Guide" so you can see me freezing my butt off on the sidelines in the freezing 22°F (-5C) weather during the game. Brad Pimped Out my Monopod To make "Scott Spotting" easier, Brad added some red flames and bright yellow tape around the top section of my monopod and hopefully if I show up on camera, it won't be from me diving out of the way of an incoming receiver. (Above: Look for…

    My love affair with Epson printers started with their Epson Stylus Photo R2200. I still know people that have one, and they still love it. Then I upgraded to the R2400, and then finally to the 2880, which has been my favorite 13x19" photo printer ever. But I just read where Epson announced their new Epson Stylus Photo R3000, (shown above---photo courtesy of Epson) and I think it might be time to upgrade again, because of course they improved enough stuff that I can't say no, like larger ink tanks, and no more swapping black ink cartridges when going between photo and matte papers, new built-in advanced black & white capabilities, better paper handling options, and of course they always tweak the ink technology so the prints look amazing, but what put me over the top was the wireless printing part. I have an…

    Things are already starting to heat up for Photoshop World Orlando!  Pre-conference workshops are filling up quickly (see the post below for more info), and so are the rooms at the Rosen Centre Hotel. This is the official host hotel for the conference, where all of the instructors stay. And it's conveniently right across the street from the conference center. You can get all the details on the Photoshop World Travel Info page, including a link to online reservations, address, nightly rate, and phone number to call-in your reservation. And don't forget... NAPP members get a discount on Hertz Car Rentals!

    Hey gang, Brad here with all sorts of great training opportunities from the best instructors on the planet, as well as killer deals you won't want to miss. Here we go! > Kelby Training Online Classes Have you checked out the newest courses from Kelby Training Online?  We've got One Light Lighting with Jack Reznicki, as well as Why Fake It When You Can Create It? with Frank Doorhof. Jack and Frank both have other classes available, including Model Releases for Photographers and Freeze Motion Photography.  Check out this preview from Frank's class: If you want to subscribe to Kelby Training, act now and you'll also receive a free copy of RC Concepcion's brand new book, Get Your Photography On The Web AND his Adobe Dreamweaver for Beginners DVD.  This offer is good through tomorrow, January 21. Just use the promo code ANJAN11 at…

    ONLY SHOW YOUR BEST WORK It is an honor to be back here on Scott's blog. The last time I was here the guest blogger idea was in it’s infancy and a lot has happened since then.... but some things have stayed the same. My guest blog post in 2008 was centered around shooting Billy Idol in concert, so I though it would be cool to share the experiences I've had with them since then. I have been lucky enough to shoot Billy Idol five times in 2010. This blog post has to do with how that became possible and how it led to being able to photograph Billy Morrison at the release of his signature Gibson Les Paul at NAMM this last weekend. It really is a very simple concept. I only show my best work. It sounds easy enough in theory, but…

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