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  • Monthly Archives August 2012

    If you've followed me for any time at all you've heard me rave about the photography of Bill Fortney. He's been kind of a mentor to me over the years and has taught me an awful lot (and I've been blessed to have taught some landscape workshops alongside him over the years as well). A couple of day's ago Bill wrote what I think it probably the best article I've read about photogaphy this year, and definitely one of my top picks ever. I shared his post earlier this week on Google+ and here are some of the comments from readers: > "I think this may be one of the best photoblog posts I have ever read. It simply speaks volumes." > "Wonderful & inspiring article. Gets me back on track as to why I love photography." > "You're right it did made me think about…

    Hey gang: I'm getting ready to head out to Vegas for next week's Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and I wanted to share a few quick things before you (us, we) get there. Here goes: (1) It's true --- they're giving away a new D800!!!! Nikon Professional Services (NPS) sponsors a pre-conference workshop at Photoshop World on shooting concert photography like a pro, and the class actually gets to a shoot a live band on stage --- then the best shot (as chosen by applause) wins the new D800. Here's the cool thing ---- the workshop is limited to just 40 participants, so each person has a great shot at winning! There are just a few spots left --- and if you're going to Photoshop World, you can snag one of the last spots. You will totally  love this workshop! Here's the link (http://bit.ly/cwrX0x)…

    http://youtu.be/eGkp1b-1gHs Photoshop World Today is the last day to register online for Photoshop World! But that doesn't mean you can't come to the event and register in person. It's not too late to get your Pro Pass upgrade, sign up for a pre-conference workshop, or snag an After Hours Party Ticket for an evening of fun at House of Blues. You can also grab your FREE Photoshop World Expo pass right here! Come check out bonus classes from people like Dave Black, Jeremy Cowart, Jack Reznicki and get your hands on the latest gear from Wacom, Westcott, and Manfrotto in between seeing demos from Adobe, Nik, and OnOne. And if you're already registered, make sure you download the Photoshop World App (iOS | Android) to create your own custom schedule and keep up with all the latest news. And check out the Photoshop World Blog to…

    Hey street photographers! Brad Moore here with some info on a contest you might be interested in... The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is holding their third International Photo Competition, and their theme for this one is Focus on Street Photography. They've also asked Scott Kelby to be the judge for the competition! The deadline for entries is tomorrow, August 31, so click here to find out more about the competition and prizes (including $500 for Best In Show)!

    Image by Eric Barth “Embrace risk. That is the key to improving at anything. Without the willingness to go down the uncharted path, you will not learn, you will not improve, and you will not grow. This might sound a little preachy, but it is a life lesson I have learned again and again as a climber, a mountaineer, and a freelance photographer. Safety is an illusion. Get over it. You cannot control everything in this world. I have learned to learn from my mistakes because I learn more from my mistakes than I do from my successes. When I make a mistake I own up to it, and then plot how to avoid making that mistake again. Making a mistake is just part of the learning experience. It makes me aware of certain possibilities and outcomes. Sometimes it is only by making a…

    Here's a few of my favorites from my two pre-season shoots: Camera Info: I shot the game with my usual set-up; Two camera bodies: A Nikon D4 with a 400mm f/2.8 lens (mounted on a Gitzo monopod), but I put a 1.4 tele-extender on for the entire game, which turned my 400mm into around a 550mm lens, but you lose a stop of light so I could only shoot at f/4. Shooting at f/4 with that lens means I had to crank my ISO up between 3,200 and 4,000 depending on where they were on the field due to changes in lighting. My 2nd body was a Nikon D3s and I tried (again) using a 24-70mm but I'm going back to my 70-200mm from here on out --- the 24-70mm just has such limited use --- the players have to be literally right in…

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