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  • Monthly Archives October 2013

    Fishing from a kayak in the Florida Keys with a GoPro camera There is nothing like securing a contract to photograph an event like the one I was blessed with in June. Nik Wallenda was going to walk a high wire across the Grand Canyon, untethered, and the Discovery Channel was going to broadcast it to more than 200 countries with an estimated viewership of 200 million people. Nik Wallenda walks a high wire across the Grand Canyon June 24, 2013 I had been hired to document the event, Nik's family and friends who were there, and add to the already-vast Wallenda family legacy, archives and heirlooms. I would also feed to Getty Images. Nik Wallenda gestures into the abyss on the first day of on-site training. Nik sits on the edge of the Canyon at sunrise on the first day of on-site training.…

    I've got a busy week coming up, and I hope at some point along the way you're a part of it. :-) [Photo above by Bede McCarthy]. WEDNESDAY Tomorrow I'm speaking on a panel with a very interesting topic: on the future of photography THURSDAY Canon has invited me to speak in their booth theater on one of my favorite topics: Sports Photography, and it's open to anyone at the Expo, so come on by --- I'm on at 2:30 pm (I'd love to get to meet you in person, so if you come by, make sure you come up and say "hi"). Here's the schedule for all the instructors and Canon Explorers of Light teaching in Canon's theater: Note: On Friday, Peter Read Miller is speaking at 1:00 pm. I'll be out-of-town on Friday but that's one I wouldn't have missed. Also if…

    This weekend, I had absolutely one of my most-fun football weekends ever, covering the University of Tennessee Vols big upset win against the South Carolina Gamecocks in Knoxville, Tennessee on Saturday and then right after the game flying over to Atlanta to shoot with the Falcons crew for Sunday’s game. It doesn’t get much better than that! Today, I’ll cover Saturday’s game and the two locations we mounted remote cameras. I called my buddy “Big Daddy” Don Page (the head of sports photography for UT) and asked if there was any chance of us mounting a camera on the Goal Post itself. I often see video cameras mounted up there, but so far I haven’t seen any still cameras, so I thought it was worth a shot. Don worked on it, and sure enough — on Friday we got the go-ahead, with the warning…

    http://youtu.be/shob-1t8eCY If you missed the live broadcast of our photography talk, a Walk in Rome, you can watch it in its entirety, right here (above). We got really great feedback on the show, and I hope you get a chance to check it out. ----------------- > My loadout for this weekend's games I'm shooting two games this weekend; first on Saturday the University of Tennessee Vols vs. the South Carolina Gamecocks in Knoxville, and then that night I'm off to Atlanta to shoot with the awesome Falcon's crew for Sunday's game against the Bucs. On Saturday, we're hoping to mount a remote camera on one of the goalposts, and if all goes well, we'll have some shots from a different perspective than I've been able to get before. Keeping my fingers crossed, but also bringing the gear in case we get final clearance (the…

    A Walk in Rome with Scott Kelby If you missed last night's webcast, you can still catch it streaming over on KelbyTV.com/onair. Scott was joined by Matt Kloskowski as he told stories from his trip to Rome, shared photos, talked about the gear he took and used, and even showed some tips and tricks in Lightroom and Photoshop! The event got great feedback from the thousands of people who watched it live, so make sure you check it out! Wedding Portraits – Classical Lighting and Posing Techniques This week’s free KelbyTraining.com class is Wedding Portraits – Classical Lighting and Posing Techniques with David Ziser! The class just started airing yesterday and will run through October 23. All you have to do is go to KelbyTraining.com/onair and sign up for a free account, then click play! Of course, if you want to watch all of the other classes any time you want,…

    Honesty, integrity, originality, and good old fashioned hard work. I like to think I possess all these characteristics, but there's a good chance I don't, at least not all of the time. It's a difficult balance to maintain, a quest for the righteous at times; indeed, even the best of us can fall from grace. Jumping on the failures of others is so easy for many of us to do. It's easier than producing your own content. And it's not unique to photographers or our community, but by the nature of our work, out there for everyone to see, it's a lot easier to be exposed to the potential negativity. More and more sites are scraping every single set of images they can possibly find to showcase, blog about, and expose; like Flickr, 500px, Fstoppers, Petapixel, Tumblr, Buzzfeed, and Reddit.  This is wonderful stuff;…

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