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  • Monthly Archives March 2013

    http://youtu.be/z_eT8p-hZTo The first one was amazing (here's the link), and we had lots of folks asking us if we could possibly do another one but the problem is: there's only one weekend left in this entire season where we could schedule another Professional Hockey Photography Hands-on Workshop. But that weekend is April 26, 27, 28th, 2013. It's on. Drop the puck! Check out the video above for details --- (it's the original that explains the workshop --- but it mentions the old dates, so don't let that throw you). The last workshop sold-out within the first two hours it was announced, so if you want to join us for this incredible hands-on workshop, down in Tampa at the Forum, on the ice, you gotta do it right now (it's filled on a first-come, first-served basis). Space is limited to the first 22 people who sign…

    http://youtu.be/kLMg1-vUyzw Photoshop World Pre-Conference Workshops If you’re coming to Photoshop World in Orlando next month, you’ll definitely want to check out the pre-conference workshops the day before the conference starts! Spend the day learning Lightpainting from Dave Black, shooting a wedding with David Ziser, learning portrait lighting from Jack Reznicki, honing your compositing skills with Matt Kloskowski, or shooting a live concert with Alan Hess and Scott Diussa. There are even more workshops than these, so head over to PhotoshopWorld.com and check them out. Plus, leave a comment for your chance to win a full conference pass to Photoshop World! Contemporary Children's Portrait Photography with Tamara Lackey Whether you're a professional child portrait photographer or just want to get great photos of your own kids or grandkids, you'll want to check out the latest addition to the KelbyTraining.com library -  Contemporary Children's Portrait Photography with Tamara Lackey! In this class, Tamara shows you how to…

    The Longest Exposure: The Artist Is The Camera Hi everyone! Corey Barker here to share with you a behind the scenes look at my recent illustration and how artists must observe and interpret similar to the way a camera does. I have always been fascinated with photography and how a camera captures an image. The word photography itself means to draw with light. A photographer determines, by way of the settings on the camera, how much light will enter the lens and the glass in the lens will bend those light waves into focused beams which will then hit the film at the back of the camera for a specified amount of time burning the image into the film. Of course, that was in the old days of film photography. Today the process is very much the same however instead of the light hitting…

    Hi Gang (and happy Tuesday)! If you're anywhere near Philadelphia or Chicago and you need to be at my new "Shoot Like a Pro" Tour but for whatever reason, you can't afford to go, I've got two-tickets available for each city. Just leave me a comment below, which city you want to attend, and I'll pick two winners in each city tonight (and then I'll see you there). For more info about my new tour, click here or if instead you want to watch my one minute and 52 second video explanation of what the tour is all about, then click here.  See you out on the road (of course by that I mean out on tour, not actually standing in the road). ;-) Cheers, -Scott

    Well, they're actually shots from practice runs and qualifying from Saturday,  the day before the race (The Grand Prix race was Sunday but I wasn't able to shoot the actual race because of a prior commitment on Sunday). I was shooting for the City of St. Pete's Website (thanks to my buddy Andy Gregory who got me the gig, and covered the race on Sunday). Above: Here's the rear view taken down low (on my knees) from a break in the retaining wall heading into the straightaway. Specs: Nikon D4 at f/4,  at 1/2000 of a second at 200 ISO. Using a 400mm f/2.8 lens at f/4  because I was using a 1/4 tele-converter, so it was actually taken at 550mm.  Anyway here's a few shots from the day (and I'll leave the rest to the captions). Above: Here's an overhead panning shot taken from up…

    ...I've read enough from people in forums on the Web who have convinced me this isn't a good shot because.... (a) It was taken with a 6-megapixel consumer camera (the original Canon Digital Rebel) back in 2006 (b) I shot it with the cheap kit lens that came with the camera (c) My camera was set to JPEG mode (d) It was taken on a $14.95 tripod (I forgot mine at home so I had to buy one at Walmart) I'm going back there again soon on a family vacation, but this time I'm taking: (a) A Nikon D800 36-megapixel camera or my Nikon D4 (b) A 14-24mm f/2.8 lens that along costs more than the camera, lens, and tripod I shot the image above with combined. (c) I'll shoot in RAW mode and post-process the image in Lightroom 4 (d) I'll be using an…

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