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  • Monthly Archives October 2012

    I've had so many people ask me for so long to share my Sports Photography workflow, but honestly I've been so incredibly unhappy with my workflow, that I wouldn't curse it on anyone. Of all the photographers in the photo work room, I was usually literally the last man to be able to leave at the end of the game (after uploading images to the wire service). Luckily, it's now finally (finally!) starting to come together to the point that I thought I'd at least share it, but I want to give you this important disclaimer up front: this workflow is a work in progress. It's not "fully there" yet, but I was the third photographer to go home this week, and I've literally cut my processing/tagging time in half, but again --- it's far from perfect. My sincere hope is: (a) This will…

    Hi Gang: Just a few quick things: (1) Tried out a new lens on my 2nd body for yesterday's NFL game I've really never been happy with any of the lenses I've used on my 2nd body for shooting football. I've tried the 14-24mm, 24-70mm, 50mm f/1.4, 28-300mm and none of them fit the bill. I usually wind up falling back to my 70-200mm f/2.8 which you do see a lot on the sidelines. But recently I've run into a few guys using the 24-120mm f/4 on their 2nd body and they swear by it, so I rented one from http://www.lensprotogo.com for yesterday's Saints/Bucs NFL game and I'm digging it (and I snagged this shot that was picked for Zuma Press's "Sports Pictures of the Day." I'm thinking I might have to pick this one up. (2) Today at 12:00 noon (Florida time) is the deadline for uploading your…

    Hi Gang: Just a few quick newsy things for Friday: Join me Monday Night for a FREE online Webinar called "A Walk in Paris" I did one of these after my trip to Cuba (called "Connecting with Cuba") and it was really well received, so I thought we'd do one about my images and photo book from Paris last week. If you're into travel photography, I've got lots of practical photography and Photoshop tips for you, and I'll be taking your questions and comments live on the air. Plus we'll talking about my Worldwide Photo Walk (I held a local walk in Paris, and participated in a friend's walk there as well). I've got lots of fun stuff to share and some really helpful photo tips,so I hope you can join me (it's Free) at 7:00 pm ET Monday at this link. Also, can you…

    15% Off Kelby Training Books and DVDs Starting today, you can get 15% off all books and DVDs at the Kelby Training Store! All you have to do is use the promo code 15KTB for books or 15KTD for DVDs when you check out. And if you're buying a book/DVD bundle, either code will work. This sale goes till January 1, so start your holiday shopping early to make sure your favorite people get that book or DVD they've had their eye on :-) We're giving away a free book and DVD of your choice, so leave a comment for your chance to win! 50% Off Kelby Training Apps Not only are our books and DVDs on sale, but so are our apps! For a limited time, you can grab Kelby Training Apps for 50% off. That's a full class from one of your…

    How to Really Learn Video Rob Adams - “Forget about audio….” Random Photographer – “Okay. Wait, what?” Rob Adams – “You’re not good enough for audio yet.” Random Photographer – *blinks* I don’t pull punches. This is what I tell every photographer venturing into the arena of HDSLR video for the first time. I also tell this to photographers who have been shooting (messing around) with their video functions for some time now. Why? Well, imagine WPPI, Imaging USA, After Dark, PDN and InFocus. These are all conventions dealing with photography, or nowadays imaging to be more precise. Now imagine just about the same amount of conventions that are similar in size and attendance and that are geared towards only audio. That’s why. Audio is its own beast and it’s the mitigating factor as to why I hear so many photographers say “I want…

    Here’s a compilation of Group Photos from around the world, sent to me by group leaders and photographers who participated in my World Wide Photo Walk this past Saturday. I have to tell you, I get such a big smile when I see each and every one of these. I try to imagine what their walk was like, and how much fun it would have been to be at that walk I’m looking at. Everybody looks so happy in these group shots and it just really tickles me each time I see one. You can see them larger over at my Google+ page. Here’s the link: https://plus.google.com/photos/105256156026694816333/albums/5799663987839737585 If you have a group photo, and haven’t sent it to me (or I somehow missed it), I keep updating this Google+ album as they come in. I hope you’ll send in yours because I already know it’ll…

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