Posts by Brad Moore

  • It’s Pimpy Thursday!

    Oct 6th, 2011  |  7 Comments

    Hey gang, Brad here with a quick post on what’s going on around here: Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. Webcast Don’t forget to register for Scott’s Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. webcast! When you register you get an email reminder and you are included in the drawing for prizes.  The event is Tuesday theContinue…

  • It’s National Geographic Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Jodi Cobb!

    Oct 5th, 2011  |  48 Comments

    [Editorial Note: This post contains images and stories pertaining to child slavery. If you do not wish to view these, do not click through to the full article] I became a photographer to change the world. It’s just been a little bit harder than I thought it would be. I grew up in Iran, andContinue…

  • It’s Pimpy Thursday!

    Sep 29th, 2011  |  14 Comments

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with this week’s Pimpy Thursday. Let’s kick things of with some seminar tour dates! Scott will be heading to Houston, TX and Lansing, MI next week with his Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. Live! Tour, plus Ben Willmore and Matt Kloskowski will be taking their seminars on the roadContinue…

  • It’s National Geographic Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Jim Richardson!

    Sep 28th, 2011  |  52 Comments

    ROAD TRIP: NIGHT SKIES AND LONG DAYS On the road. On assignment. Sounds romantic, right? Well I’m here to tell you — it is, actually! But probably not the way you think. And probably only if you are a photographic nutcase like me. And since this is Scott Kelby’s blog I’m pretty sure that youContinue…

  • Pimpy Thursday

    Sep 22nd, 2011  |  17 Comments

    - Kelby Training Live – Cliff Mautner Bootcamp – Adobe Max – Scott Kelby Mega Bundle – Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. Bundle – Beat Pete T-Shirt Contest – Bill Fortney’s Close-Up: An Introduction to Macro Photography (Trailer | Class) – FREE Nik Snapseed

  • It’s National Geographic Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Joel Sartore!

    Sep 21st, 2011  |  17 Comments

    As a National Geographic photographer, I often focus on animals that are out of the spotlight. It could be a rare stream fish, a tiny plant or even an insect. I choose things that are in trouble, often at the hand of man, in order to help them out; my photos are often the onlyContinue…

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