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  • Monthly Archives March 2014

    http://youtu.be/bKrgBbm6j2Y I had some folks ask me about how I retouch the cars I shoot so I thought I'd share some of the techniques by taking you quickly (quickly is the key word  here --- it normally takes me about 45 minutes for a full retouch) but at least in this video I could show pretty much what I do during a standard automotive retouch, without making you watch me remove every little spot, spec and reflection (which is sadly, what I normally have to do, and that's why it often takes so long). So, basically this is just retouching 101 stuff — if you really want to learn the "art" of retouching automobiles, you should watch Tim Wallace's "Post Processing for Automotive Photography" online class. He's very humble about it, but when it comes to retouching cars, Tim is "the man" so it's…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhTSPIipS5A Our buddy, French photographer and Photoshop guru Serge Ramelli was our in-studio guest this week on "The Grid" (our weekly photography talk show) and he shared seem really helpful tips --- here's the episode (above) if you're into travel (plus, he shared some tips on the business side in response to some of our viewers live questions -- definitely worth checking out). Hope you all have a great weekend, and we'll see you back here on Monday. :) Best, -Scott

    International Day Of Happiness with Coca Cola Today is the International Day of Happiness, which the UN created last year to encourage countries to "better capture the importance of the pursuit of happiness and well-being." Scott teamed up with Coca Cola to create a portrait series of people who get their happiness from making other people happy. The series shows each person holding an iPad with a picture representing what they do to make others happy. You can check it out right here, and take a minute today to try and bring happiness to someone else! The Business Side of Frank Salas Join Master Photographer Frank Salas and KelbyOne’s own Mia McCormick as they discuss what it takes to succeed as a wedding photographer in the latest addition to KelbyOne, The Business Side of Frank Salas. With over 30 years experience in the wedding industry,…

    After recently wrapping up my eBook on urban exploration photography, I’ve taken a step back to examine why I go to abandoned places, risking legal repercussions and personal injury only to walk away with a few shots that I truly love. The obvious reasons are that it’s incredibly fun, it’s adventurous, it’s exhilarating, it’s challenging, and I love historical places. But most importantly, I have the rare opportunity to photograph places that very few photographers can. The skills I’ve gained over the years to find abandoned places, to figure out how to get inside of them (without getting arrested), and to photograph them in extremely unforgiving lighting circumstances are all factors that I shouldn’t take for granted. With that said, it hasn’t always been a cake walk. I’ve had close calls with authority figures, I’ve partially fallen through floors, and I’ve walked away with…

    http://youtu.be/dhlQBzQeNUo First, if you're reading that headline and thinking, "Scott wrote a book about Jesus?" then I hope you’ll take a moment and watch the short video above about why I wrote it and who it’s for (since it certainly is different than the books I usually write). It's been available as a print book for a while now (link), and on Apple's iBook Store as an eBook, and I know a number of you have been waiting for its Kindle release, and I'm happy to announce today that now it's finally here for the Kindle for just $7.99 -- Here's the link in case you're so inclined. Also, if you order (or download) a copy, know that 100% of the profits from the book go to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya.  One more thing: I left the commenting turned off for this post, which is unusual…

    I had a really fun studio car-shoot in Phoenix after my seminar there last week, and I shared my favorite images from the shoot over at the photo story-telling site, Exposure.so (here's the link to my images). http://youtu.be/pnQRmQT8lH0 I wound up getting to shoot both a new 2014 Corvette Stingray and a Classic Shelby Cobra (I give all the details and stuff over at that link above), including behind the scenes photos, but I thought I'd share a simple iPhone video behind the scenes (taken by Brad). I'm not wearing a mic or anything (after all, it's a phone video), so the audio isn't killer, but at least you get a look at the set-up and simply it was lit. The studio we did the shoot in is owned by Paul Markow — super-nice guy with a killer studio (met him in Vegas at…

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