Posts by Brad Moore

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Michael Clark!

    Aug 29th, 2012  |  19 Comments

    Image by Eric Barth “Embrace risk. That is the key to improving at anything. Without the willingness to go down the uncharted path, you will not learn, you will not improve, and you will not grow. This might sound a little preachy, but it is a life lesson I have learned again and again asContinue…

  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Aug 23rd, 2012  |  157 Comments

    Photoshop World Photoshop World Vegas is less than two weeks away! I can almost see Joe McNally’s speedlights firing, hear Alan Hess’s shutter clicking as Big Electric Cat rocks his pre-con, and hear Jay Maisel dropping f-bombs as he wows the crowd with his beautiful work and sharp sense of humor… Don’t miss this opportunityContinue…

  • Bill Fortney Introduces His Light Workshops!

    Aug 23rd, 2012  |  17 Comments

    Having It All! How can I have it all? Well, you must first determine what “all” is! For many of us, as photographers, we want to be successful! But then again, what is success? The first thing that comes to mind is fame and fortune; you are well known and respected as photographer, and youContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Trever Hoehne!

    Aug 22nd, 2012  |  15 Comments

    I’d love to start by saying thanks to Scott and Brad for the opportunity to share. Its quite an honor to be in the midst of such great people on this blog,but also a great challenge because so many great things have already been said here! I never planned on being a photographer. I neverContinue…

  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Aug 16th, 2012  |  34 Comments

    One Light, Two Light with Joe McNally in Miami Want to see the magical unicorn of lighting himself, live in Miami? Join Joe McNally this Monday, August 20 for five hours to see how to make the most out of one and two lights and get amazing results! Here are just a few of theContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Sam Spratt!

    Aug 15th, 2012  |  21 Comments

    An Introduction Let’s get formalities out of the way because I want to talk about things bigger than me when given a Scott Kelby Soapbox.  My name is Sam Spratt and I am a 23 year-old illustrator who focuses on realism. I’ve had the pleasure of making paintings for a mess of major publications, websites,Continue…

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