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  • Monthly Archives December 2013

    The Business Side of Zack Arias: Becoming a Successful Commercial Photographer KelbyTraining.com’s own Larry Becker is joined by Zack Arias, an editorial and commercial photographer based in Atlanta, for an honest and insightful discussion of Zack’s path to becoming a professional photographer. Zack offers candid and real-world wisdom on topics ranging from getting started to finding the right people to help your business grow, and from striving to achieve that mythical work/family balance to his thoughts on gear, post-production and file delivery. Zack’s ability to learn from his mistakes and harness his determination to succeed in a life behind the camera is an inspiration for anyone in the business of photography. 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…

    Photo by Drew Gurian A big thanks to Scott and Brad for having me back here on Guest Blog Wednesday. In the past I have discussed workflow and why you should only show your best work. This time around I want to talk about something a little different, keeping yourself motivated. I am writing this on Monday evening after a crazy week of shooting five different concerts in five nights with 17 different bands. There was a lot of standing around and waiting. There were some really odd restrictions. There were some very crowded photo pits. There were some really challenging lights. And I loved every second of it. I have one of the best jobs in the world. The question I get asked a lot is “What is your favorite band to shoot?” or “What was your favorite shoot?” The answer might surprise you.…

    Bucs/Bills First, to kick things off here are a couple of shots from the Bucs/Bills game on Sunday (I'll share some game action shots over on my Facebook/Twitter/G+ accts. The 49ers come to town this Sunday and that should be a really fun game to shoot, so I'm looking forward to that one for sure. Thanks Toronto! What a great city to wrap up this year's tour! It was my last seminar of the year and the photographers in Toronto sure made it a memorable one. Great turnout (The seminar was sold out weeks in advance). I'm over at Henry's Camera on Church St. in downtown Toronto today if you're around and want to come by (it's free!). I'll be talking lighting and retouching. Jeff's giving away the farm! My buddy, sports photographer Jeff Cable is doing it again, but this time he's giving…

    http://youtu.be/oKwoTHYtKYw The video above explains the new ebook (and it's short and sweet, just like the book), but I just wanted to reiterate: this ebook is designed for photographers who are shooting on assignment and have to get their images sorted, tagged and uploaded on a deadline. But don't buy it without watching the video above (important!). Here's the link to it on Amazon and on Apple's iBooks Store.  It's $9.99 (cheap!) Hope you find it helpful. :) -Scott

    Last Saturday I shot a wedding in Orlando, Florida and I thought I'd share a few pages from the Wedding proof book I put together in Lightroom. This was about as ideal of a shooting situation as you're going to get: The bride and groom, Ryan and Lindsay, could not have been easier to work with, and Linsday was a stunning bride (and both Ryan and Lindsay were both very photogenic, which made my job really easy). They were really a joy to photograph and they were incredibly accommodating. The groomsmen and bridesmaids were wonderful and the parents couldn't have been nicer, and the surroundings were first class all the way. The pre-wedding and reception were held at the gorgeous Ritz Carlton, and the ceremony itself in a beautiful church in Winter Park. I really wanted to do this right, so I brought some serious…

    The Art of Photography with Peter Hurley Take an inspiration break with Mia McCormick and Peter Hurley, an advertising and commercial photographer based in New York. Peter is known around the world for his ability to draw emotion and expression from people posing for his headshots, but you may not know the story about how he got started and built the business he has today. Over the course of an hour Mia and Peter discuss a wide variety of topics that range from getting started in the business to figuring out how to create a viable career, from what Peter’s typical day looks like to the importance of building relationships, having the burning desire, setting goals, and so much more! 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…

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