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  • Monthly Archives December 2013

    On Tuesday I did a post about my latest "Epic Remote Camera" fail (my 2nd fail in a row at an NFL game). The camera shoots fine in tests minutes before the players take the field, but once I move into position a bit farther back and the players actually come out, the remote camera only triggers intermittently at best. Arrrrggghh!!!) ABOVE: That's my basic remote floor mount rig: four pieces: a metal floor plate (from fplate.net), then an Oben BB-0 Ball Head which attaches to that plate. Then a PocketWizard Plus X and a sync cord that connects the PocketWizard to the camera. The Camera is a Canon 1Dx and I generally use either a 16-35mm lens or an 8-15mm Fisheye zoom.  Anyway, the folks at PocketWizard contacted me and had some ideas as to what might be causing the interference, and strategies to…

    http://youtu.be/5EI-mAyOFJg A Beginners Guide To Photographing Christmas Morning with Pete Collins Join Pete Collins for this special holiday class that is all about taking those Christmas photos on Christmas morning. If you just got a brand new DSLR camera and you want to learn how to make your photos better, sharper, faster, and not drive your family crazy while you do it, then this class is for you! Leave a comment for your chance to win a free rental of this class! Kelby Training Live Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, or RC Concepcion? Check out these seminar tours! Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby Feb 21 – Tampa, FL Feb 24 – Atlanta, GA Mar 12 – Phoenix, AZ Mar 28 – Minneapolis, MN Lightroom 5 Live with Matt Kloskowski Jan 31 – Covington, KY (Cincinnati Area) Feb 5 – Richmond, VA…

    Griswold Ain’t Got Nothing On This! Hello everyone and Merry Christmas! Corey Barker here and I just wanted to pop in and share a few things as we wrap up the year and get ready for what hope to be a very exciting 2014. One thing I wanted to share, or re-share is a video time-lapse I had done last year on taking a normal photo of a house and decorating it with Christmas lights all in Photoshop. It was a lot of fun and everyone seemed to enjoy it. Well here it is and is set to some rather appropriate Christmas music. If you haven’t seen it yet go ahead and check it out and if you are a NAPP member then you can see the tutorial in real time over at the NAPP member website. http://youtu.be/yQ99NVFpVsc The Bear & The Hare Christmas…

    Above: Me and Mike Carlson, lying down on the job getting our focus set. I use auto focus to focus on the spot where I think the players will come through the smoke (Chip Litherland and Casey Brooke Lawson were our stunt models for focusing position), then once the focus is locked in, I switch Auto Focus off (Photo by Casey Brooke Lawson) OK, the remote shoot wasn't exactly "Epic" but to be fair, my buddy Mike Carlson (who shoots for the Bucs) warned me in advance that because of a series of factors, it's very hard to get an epic shot of the player intros at Raymond James Stadium. One being that the pyro comes out on these big rubber wheels, and they are incredibly distracting (he was right, and it was worse than I thought); plus you have a huge Publix sign…

    Above: It's my original film SLR kit, including three filters and a cable release (yes kids, that steel cable is what we used to capture photos of dinosaurs, and those two small circles with gray caps were what film rolls came in).  Each year we throw a Christmas Party at our house for our family and friends, and this past Saturday was this year's get-together and one of my dear friends from my childhood days, John Couch, was able to come this year with his lovely wife Diane and his kids Will and Katie (they live hours away so we don't get to see each other very often). It was really a treat to see John and his family (I was his Best Man at his wedding, and now not only does he have kids, they're pretty much all grown, and just wow ---…

    http://youtu.be/2VkAu_THbbk This week we had New York-based fashion photographer Lindsay Adler as our in-studio guest on our free weekly photography talk show "The Grid", and I gotta tell you -- she gave some of the most clear, concise, helpful, and just downright "on-the-money" advice for fashion photographesr I've ever heard. People are absolutely raving about this episode and if you've got a few minutes, you'll be amazed at what you'll learn --- she totally rocked it! (you can watch the free rebroadcast above --- just click the Play button). Also, I start the show with the story of my "Canadian Border Fiasco," (and it's some story), so I hope you get to check it all out. My 12-days-of-Christmas Giveaways Start Today For the past couple of years I've been doing giveaways over on my Facebook and G+ pages each day leading up to Christmas,…

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