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  • Monthly Archives December 2013

    It was my last game of the season (doesn't look like I'll be shooting any post-season), and it was an amazing venue -- the Cowboys stadium (OK, AT&T Stadium), is just insane, and an incredible place to experience a game -- maybe the best ever. In the end, the Eagles won the game (which is good since I was shooting with the Eagles crew), and although it was a huge game in terms of impact (it was winner take all: whichever team won the game, not only won the division but got into the playoffs. The loser…well..). Some surprising things from the game: (1) From a photography standpoint, the lighting in the stadium is….ummm…well, it's kinda lame. I had to shoot at 5000 ISO at f/4 and 2500 ISO at f/2.8, which really surprised me. (2) The field-level luxury boxes are even cooler than…

    Okey Dokey, folks -- it's the rare Sunday blog post -- this time to announce the winner's of tickets to Matt Kloskowski's Lightroom 5 Live! Tour. Here are the cities and the winners: Covington, Kentucky:  Ray Justice, Kenneth Ely Richmond, Virginia: Johnnie Abbott,  Elisa Anderson Houston, Texas: James Prechel,  Kim Ellis Los Angeles, California: R. Dennis Crawford,  Kathy Flynn If you didn't win, tickets are still available for these cities right here.  My first tour stop of the year (for my "Shoot Like a Pro" tour) is coming up in Tampa, Florida on Friday, Feb 21st. Then I'm off to Atlanta three days later, then Phoenix in March. Hope I'll see you in person at one of those cities.  Congrats to the winners -- you are going to have an amazing day of learning! :) Best, -Scott P.S. I'm off to shoot the Cowboys/Eagles…

    Hey Gang: I've been taking a few days off for the Holidays, so I'm in "lame blogging" mode, but I'm stepping in for a last-minute save with a few FREE tickets to Matt's Lightroom 5 Live Training Tour coming up at the end of January and into March. Just post a comment here, with the city you want to go to, and we'll pick two winners in each city for a free ticket. Here's the upcoming cities for Matt's live tour: Covington, Kentucky -- January 31st Richmond, Virginia -- February 5th Houston, Texas --- February 17th Los Angeles  -- March 3rd Here's more info on the tour, along with class schedule for the day. Good luck everybody (and Happy Holidays!) -Scott P.S. I'm shooting the Eagles/Cowboys game in Dallas on Sunday -- I'll share some of those shots next week.

    For Christmas Day, I wanted to share something very special with you.. It's a "thank you" card from Molly Bail, the amazing woman behind the "Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya" (an orphanage that the people who read this blog helped build from the ground up six years ago, and is still supported by you, my wonderful readers, to this very day). I hope you'll pause for just moment and read her card to you (below). The things you have done, and support you have shown, make more of a difference than you will ever know. I'd like to add my own humble thanks, along with my Christmas wish for you: May your Christmas be filled with love and laughter, and may your home by filled with peace, health, and happiness in the New Year. Merry Christmas Everyone! -Scott

    Below is an audio clip of “The Christmas Song,” made by my wife on her iPhone using her iPhone’s built-in Recorder App (which is normally used for making voice memos), but how it came to be is what makes it special (and it’s why I asked my wife if I could run this on my blog. That’s her above earlier this year taken during the Photoshop World Concert Pre-Conference Workshop --- photo by William Beem),). Here’s the story behind it, which I copied and pasted  from an email my wife sent to one of her friends. Here it is in her own words: Our daughter was 3-1/2 year old at the time and she used to constantly play with the voice recorder App on my iPhone. I was in my bathroom blow drying my hair (singing/humming that song) when she came in playing around with that…

    http://youtu.be/GXxeJ22O74M Hi Gang: I know it's the end of the year, but at the very last minute I'm jumping in with a brand new book (should be available next week, just in time for your Amazon and Barnes & Noble gift cards ;-) called "Photoshop for Lightroom Users." Here's why I wrote it: Lightroom is such an awesome program for organizing and editing photos, but after you’ve worked with it for a while, you’ll hit a wall — a point where you realize that there are things you need to do that Lightroom just won’t do. It could be anything from retouching portraits to blending two or more images together to stitching panoramas to creating realistic HDR images, to adding beautiful type to your images — there are lots of incredible things you could do…if you only knew Photoshop. But while Lightroom is pretty…

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