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  • Monthly Archives April 2012

    Ghionis-0001

    Success in wedding photography and especially in performing on the wedding day is more about your communication skills and your listening skills and knowing how to read people.  That will go a long way in making you a great photographer rather than focusing on how technically brilliant you are. The ability to have an endearing and attractive personality and the ability to work under pressure while still being technically proficient is especially important.  You almost need to be like a chameleon. In the sense that you need to know how to be relaxed and more down to earth at a casual wedding and at the same time be able to carry yourself professionally when you’re at a high society wedding. I also believe that assisting at weddings is the best training for any photographer. At the very first wedding that I assisted, I probably learned more…

    golf6lr

    OK, well...technically it was my second. I did a car detail shoot (based on Tim Wallace's online class) right before I left for Photoshop World, and I posted those shots over on Google+ (here's the link), but since it was just me in my garage (well, and Brad)...it didn't feel very "official." These are from the Tavistock Golf Tournament in Orlando, Florida which I shot with my buddy Mike Olivella (who is an absolutely ace golf photographer). I shot two lenses primarily: a 300mm f/2.8 (sometimes with a 1.4 tele-extender on it to get in tighter), and a 14-24mm f/2.8 on my 2nd body, which was a Nikon D3s (that's one of those wide shots above). I took a handful of 10.5mm fisheye shots on the 18th tee as the last flight (Tiger's group) was headed in toward the club house to finish the…

    Scott-Matt1

    (Above: OK, this is not the most flattering photo of me, but luckily this story isn't about me --- it's about the guy I'm posed here with --- Matt Lange). Well, it sounded like a good idea at the time... One day back in 2009 my buddy, pro-sports photographer Mike Olivella, calls me with a really fun idea -- we'd hold a sports photography contest for amateur sports photographers and the winner would get the opportunity to shoot on the sidelines of a Florida State football game, alongside Mike and me (We'd pay all their expenses; airfare, hotels, etc and LensProToGo.com would ship the winner some long glass to shoot the game with). We called it "Shoot on the sidelines with Scott and Mike." Here's a link to the post where I announced the contest. Folks, we have a winner! Mike was tasked with picking a…

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