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  • Monthly Archives February 2014

    The Hunting Photographer We live in an age where everybody is able to get their 15 minutes of fame. The internet has changed the way the world works. We all have our smart phones, tablets etc. and thanks to YouTube, everyone can now have the world as an audience. This also means that there is a lot of traffic and a lot of people out there claiming their fame. According to me (and this is personal) fame is very relative. I strongly believe that we as photographers are just artists and not “rock stars” although sometimes you do get that feeling :-) If I see how many emails I get during a week about the topic, “how can I become famous?” I always think… “what are they after?” If you think being a working photographer means driving Ferraris with beautiful super models drinking champagne…

    These are just some of the comments we've received about this past week's episode of "The Grid" with Joe McNally as our in-studio guest. I know I mentioned this yesterday here on the blog (among six other topics), but the rave reviews just keep pouring in over social media. If you haven't had a chance to catch this episode, I promise it will be more than worth your time. (I'm posting the episode again here on the blog, just below the quotes). If you photograph people, you will learn a ton. Here's a few sample comments: "…Grid interview with Joe McNally was the best 80 min of instruction I've seen." "Rewatching cuz what Scott Kelby has Joe McNally explain is more important than anything I've learned, period."  "Just finished TheGridLive show with Joe McNally - best ever Grid. Amazing insight. Thanks @Scott Kelby & Joe!" "JUST…

    Hi Gang: Here's some weekend stuff that might have slipped by ya: (1) I did a post over at Exposure.so on the "Classic Cars of Cuba" I am super-digging Exposure.so as a source for my photographic storytelling, and to that end, I released a post there yesterday about shooting the pre-1960s classic American cars of Havana, Cuba. If you've got a sec, it's right here: http://bit.ly/1edkDfl (2) Joe McNally absolutely rocked 'The Grid!" Having just come of an amazing night, where Joe taped a class for KelbyOne called "Behind The Lens: An Evening With Joe McNally" (which gained him a roaring standing ovation from the crowd, despite the fact that Joe never touched a camera, or a light, nor even showed a single one of  his images, which gives you an idea of what kind of class it was!), Joe followed it up with a…

    Hi Gang: Sorry no blog post today --- I've been head's down on a class I'm supposed to record today, and I've been busier than a one-legged man in a butt-kicking contest, so I've really got nuthin'. Well, I have this: "John Skinner for President." He might be British, so he may not qualify here in the US (silly law), but after his comment on the blog here yesterday, I would certainly cast my vote for him for British Prime Minister (even though I can't vote in the UK, silly law). ;-)  Anyway, John --- thank you (and thanks to Ken Toney and Michael Reeves for having my back, too. You guys rock!). :) Wait!!! Wait!!! I almost forgot! I actually have another 30-second  Photoshop micro-tip -- it's actually THREE quick Type Tips (I've been posting a new one each day over on my…

    Creative Cloud Month at KelbyOne Each weekday this month, a new Creative Cloud class is being added to KelbyOne! Take advantage of your full Adobe Creative Cloud membership by learning about the other programs you haven't been familiar with. Just this week we've added Photoshop CC Basics for Photographers, Illustrator CC Basics, Premiere CC Basics, and today InDesign CC Basics is becoming available! Check back tomorrow for Adobe Typekit, and each day for the rest of the month for even more. __________________________   Here's the link to the Winter Wings Festival info (Rick is a great presenter --- you'll love it!). ________________________________________ If you want a chance to check out some of these classes for free, leave a comment! KelbyOne 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…

    Allow me to introduce myself. Some of you reading this have probably heard of me/my work; the majority of you probably have not and I'm totally fine with that. My legal name is Charles David Campbell Tabor Bean, but I've gone by David Bean my whole life. The five names are the result of being born to hippie parents. The following is an excerpt from the bio of me on my site.... “My life confirms the age-old adage "truth is stranger than fiction." As a child I lived on hippie communes with no neighbors for miles, tiny apartments in Boston and everything in between. I went to 6 different high schools and was a punk rock teen in South Florida who misspent my youth at the detriment of myself and others.” To say that I had a less-than-normal life is an understatement. For me…

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