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  • Monthly Archives June 2013

    Last year I got a call from photographer Joe McNally asking to talk to me about a project that he wanted me to work on. I have the absolute pleasure of being able to call Joe a friend , but its never really lost on me the fact that when we are working, this is Joe “Frigging” McNally we are talking about. Joe is one of the three most influential and inspiring photographers for me – a long studied idol. To be asked to do a project with him filled me with anticipation. As it turned out, Joe wanted me to work as a guest instructor with him on an annual class that he does: The Advanced Flash workshops at Jade Mountain. Jade Mountain is a beautiful resort in St. Lucia. In this wonderful paradise, Joe takes out a small group of photographers and…

    What an amazing day!!!! Over 1,500 photographers (capacity) at the B&H Photo event in person --- literally thousands more watching the live stream from literally all over the world --- Adobe was there, including the new Lightroom Product manager Sharad Mangalick, who was answering questions all day, one-on-one from attendees at the event --- and I'm training alongside Adobe Evangelist Julieanne Kost and The Photoshop Diva herself, Katrin Eismann. What a blast! :) Lots of learning. Lots of laughs. Lots of Lighting. Lots of Lightroom. Canon was there. Sony was there. Elinchrom, Square Space and Westcott, too (among others). That's (L to R above): Yours truly, Katrin, and Julieanne during the opening session showing off some cool Lightroom 5 stuff. I'll tell the rest in the captions, but all morning we shared Lightroom tips, new features, news techniques, and so on. Then after lunch…

    Sorry for the late post, but I was up REALLY late prepping for my sessions today at the B&H Photo Lightroom 5 Digital Photography Summit at the Javtis Center (it kicks off at 10:00 am this morning). I took the shot above (the view from my hotel room at the Hilton Garden Inn on 8th) with my iPhone last night when I got in, and I processed it in Camera+ on my phone (Oppa Kalebra Style).  I did get to meet up with my buddy, NYC-based photographer Jason Joseph (shown above) at one of my favorite New York restaurants, the incredible Keen's Steakhouse. Mmmmm. Keen's. We were hoping this photo makes it into the grainy, noisy hall-of-fame, and I think we have a decent chance at it. After dinner my brother Jeff (who is here with us in NYC for the B&H Summit too), and…

    The Live event at the Javits Center in New York City is already sold out, but if you didn't get a ticket, or you don't live near New York City, you can still watch the event as it's being streamed LIVE on Monday as it happens. Here's the link to sign up for the free live streaming. Hope to see you in person on Monday at the Javits, or online! Have a great weekend everybody, and we'll see you back here on Monday. -Scott P.S. I'm doing a few sessions in the morning, but then I'm doing a live-shoot (fashion styling by the awesome Sophia Batson) in my session after lunch (starting around 1:15 pm New York Time), and then I'm handing the images off to Katrin and Julieanne to edit, retouch, and finish. Hope you can catch it.

    http://youtu.be/y0IdbZrMfOg Live Action Horse Racing Photography with Dave Black In the latest addition to KelbyTraining.com, Live Action Horse Racing Photography, join Dave Black on location at Tampa Downs and learn how to photograph horse racing from one of the top sports photographers in the world. Dave gets up early to document everything that happens in the course of a day at a working racetrack, while sharing tips and tricks he’s learned over a career that spans 30 years. You’ll learn about all the gear he uses, how to set up a remote camera, the importance of choosing the background in each of your shots, why you should focus on the small details as much as the wider panorama to help tell the story, and so much more! Leave a comment for your chance to win a free rental of this class! Kelby Training Live…

    I want to thank Scott and Brad for sharing the space with so many great photographers. You guys are good people, and it’s an honor to be here among such amazing photographers, creatives, and story tellers. Again, much thanks! I spent the better part of the last 8 years living and working in far western China, running a photography tourism agency. Just last year I returned to the States to continue a career in the commercial photography market. I mention western China only because where I predominantly photographed was far enough from the hyper-developed east coast that my life resembled nothing of the China you’ve seen in the news. I was just far enough out ‘in the boonies’ that stories, legends, and mysteries were still afforded the chance to exist. Over the years of photographing the wild places of China, I experienced many truly strange things,…

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