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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    Brad here with a quick reminder to tune in to The Grid, live today at 4pm EDT over at KelbyTV.com! Scott Kelby is back and will be joined by Matt Kloskowski and special guest Richard Harrington for what I'm sure will be a riveting and entertaining topic :) If you've missed any previous episodes, you can also find those at KelbyTV.com or subscribe in iTunes.

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    Thanks to Scott and Brad for having me a guest blogger, especially for this piece today. It’s about an assignment that is near and dear to me. As a way of introduction: I’ve been a commercial photographer now for over 30 years. Spent 4 years getting my BFA in photography at RIT, about 5 years assisting in New York after that, and now 30 years being on my own has, as we photographers say, flashed by. I’ve been very, very lucky at having some really great long-term clients, who are the exception rather than the rule for commercial, business-to-business photographers. Over the years if there is one job that I would want to define my career it would be an assignment I’ve now done for 16 out of the last 17 years. We just finished shooting a few weeks ago for the Toys R…

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