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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    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 you make boat loads of money with your images! Please allow me to pull rank on you. At 66 years of age, I’ve learned a great deal about these questions, and more importantly, the answers! Let me share some thoughts with you. Let’s start with fame. I hate to burst your bubble, but there are no famous photographers. Now I didn’t say that some photographers are not well known, some certainly are, but mostly among other photographers. It’s what is called positional fame. If you were an auto mechanic who…

    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 never went to school for photography and never really spent much time assisting. Its still sometimes shocking to me that this is where I ended up. I grew up with a heavy fine art background so it was not rare to see my brother and I spending time on the weekends or after school, painting, drawing or creating. In college, I majored in painting and honestly had no clue where it would lead me career wise…. but I loved it. I was obsessed with art. The culture, the history, the…

    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 the things attendees are saying about this seminar: "Joe was funny, entertaining and full of amazing insights and information. I would highly recommend his seminar to anyone!" "I wish Joe could have had another day of training with us. I learned a lot about my speed light. I learned way more than I thought I would. I just wanted to keep it going." "Joe gives a lot of “why” behind the “what”. His explanations are brilliant, honest, and effective." You can sign up at KelbyTraining.com, and leave a comment for…

    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, celebrities, corporations, and oddly enough, even a few photographers (the profession which brought about the decline of illustration) such as David Hobby, Joe McNally, Lara Jade, and my good friend, that guy who did the Twilight poster. To watch some examples of how I sketch, render, and paint things, you can follow this link. Obligatory preamble complete. Now let's move on. The New Old I am a knowing hypocrite. I roll my eyes at the Instagram-ification of photography – slapping vintage filters on digital photographs to make them appear…

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    http://youtu.be/15r4Mh-Bilc Dancers in Flight with Beautiful Light That's the latest class from Joe McNally on KelbyTraining.com! Join Joe in the studio as he works with small lights and big lights to capture the grace and beauty of dancers in action. Leave a comment for your chance to win a 1-month Kelby Training subscription! Kelby Training Live Want to see Scott Kelby, RC Concepcion, Joe McNally, and Matt Kloskowski live and in person? Check out these seminar tour dates coming up this month! Photoshop CS6 for Photographers - August 14: Charlotte with RC Concepcion - August 22: Sacramento with Scott Kelby - August 29: Denver with Scott Kelby One Light, Two Light with Joe McNally - August 20: Miami - August 27: Portland Lightroom 4 Live with Matt Kloskowski - August 24: Seattle We're giving away three tickets to these seminars, so leave a comment…

    Hey gang, Brad here with a quick bit of news. I just got this email from Mpix and wanted to share it with you! Check it out: Starting today, August 8, 2012 at 12:01 a.m. (Central) for this day only, 4x6 prints are HALF OFF with promo code 4X6SALE12. Promo applies to 19-cent prints and standard E-Surface, Metallic and True Black & White 4x6 prints. This awesome sale ends at 11:59 p.m. (Central) tomorrow. Head over to Mpix.com now to put in your order! Discount applies to prints only. Additional services applied to the prints are not discounted. Sale does not include Standouts or Gallery Wraps, etc. Lustre coating, retouching and mounting are not included. Mpix promo codes do not apply to ROES orders. Promo code cannot be applied to orders submitted before the sale date.

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