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  • Monthly Archives January 2011

    Hi everybody. I've been very fortunate to have shot a lot of both College and Pro football this season, and I've been sharing some of my favorite shots from those games here on my blog. Well, I didn't shoot any Wildcard Playoff games this weekend, which gave me an opportunity to do something different: dig up some of my worst football shots, and foolishly I've chosen to share them here with you. Now, when I'm out there shooting, and I fall for the fake handoff and shoot 22 frames of a running back carrying nothing, I will normally delete those right in the camera (just out of sheer embarrassment). If I miss deleting them on the field between plays, then when I import the images onto my laptop, I'll usually delete the really bad ones then, but alas, I still had plenty left over.…

    Hi everybody—-it's time for my 2nd annual “Best of 2010 Awards" (Well, it's not actually my 2nd best of 2010; it's my 2nd "Best of" awards but you know what I mean). It’s important to note once again that I didn’t say “Best photography gear” or “Best Photoshop stuff” (though both of those are represented). Instead, this is just my favorite “bestest” stuff from 2010, (including things like songs, movies, travel stuff, food, etc.) presented in no particular order. Hope it starts off your New Year right! (By the way; make sure you read my disclaimers at the end of the list). Here we go: -------------- Best iPad App: Flipboard. It brings Facebook and Twitter to life. Best software utility of 2010: 1Password Best iPad fun App that's not a game: D-Jay. It's amazingly like the real thing and lets anyone play "mix master."…

    Hey gang, Brad here... Back to my pimpin' ways after having a go at making whiskey in Tennessee for most of December. Despite promising results early on, it ended up being a failed venture in the end ;)  Anyway, lots of good stuff to talk about, so here we go! Scott's Gear Page was recently updated to add his latest gear and show some photos as well.  He was very surprised to learn that more than 20,000 people visit this page each month, so we wanted to make it more visually appealing and informative.  Go have a look! Scott's Lightroom 3 Book for Digital Photographers is available in a limited spiral-bound edition, which you can order right here. Check out this tip from Larry's Cheap Shots blog on using a music stand bag for photo gear!  He also has great kinda sorta tip on…

    Ever wonder how your Lexar memory card or USB drive is made?  This video is a really cool look at the process of how each one is created and put together.  Also, if you watch closely right around the 2:30 mark, you'll see how Nikon helps the process as well!

    Photography is All About Exploration! You might not have been aware of it, but ever since the first moment you thought about getting into photography, you’ve been an explorer. And ever since the first time you put that camera to your eye, you’ve been exploring science and mechanics, physics, emotions, the psyche, yourself, and you probably didn’t even know it. And it’s this exploration that brings us all the rewards that communicating with our fellow man can bring and it’s a lot. And as with any form of communication, sometimes the message doesn’t quite get across the way we intended. This sends us back to looking for more answers, exploring still further with our camera. I can think of no grander pursuit! How can I, a fellow explorer, help you on your journey? The pressure is on, to write a post that accomplishes more…

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