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  • Posts By RC Concepcion

    Hey everyone!  RC here doing a quick blog post on this Friday to see if I can convince some of you to do something I just recently did.  Go Fishing with your camera! I was inspired to do this after watching "Another Day With Jay Maisel" over on the Kelby Training website.  I've been an admirer of Jay's work for a while, and as a friend I try to visit with him when he's available in New York City.  Every time that I do, I'm always nervous as to whether he'll ask if I have been carrying my camera around everywhere I went. I've always seen my relationship with Photography as a "I will decide to do it at key points" - and to that i've always been quick to leave my camera at home.  Because of that, I am always the guy who…

    Hey everyone! RC here.  I wanted to give you guys a quick update on the launch of Scott's new portfolio section and answer a couple of questions while I had a moment. Before I do, I did want to share with you guys a heartfelt thank you for all of the suggestions and comments that we had on the port launch.  One of the things that makes us very proud and grateful is having such engaging and enthusiastic readers here on the blog.  I know that Scott appreciates all of your comments - and takes his time in going over every one of them.  You guys really look out for this place - and it totally shows. I figured this would be a cool time to share with you guys some of the changes that we've made to the port, some of the changes…

    Hey everyone, RC here. Aside from all of the cool projects we have going on in the world of Photoshop and Photography, we also keep an ear out there on the world of technology. I figured i'd keep things light today and just share with you a couple of things that were awesome (and funny) in the world of tech this week. Kevin Bacon On Kevin Bacon on Google TV Google's off to take the TV world by storm, and despite a few setbacks with channel providers, theyre still making a full court press to win the hearts and minds of the TV faithful. Theyre newest attempt? Kevin Bacon. I'd love to add more color commentary to this, but it's just priceless on it's own. Adobe Releases Flash 10.2 Beta If you're into watching video on your computers, this is something that should definitely…

    A week or so ago my buddy RC Concepcion stops by my office and he's showing me some great night photos he took of the New York City skyline (seen here and below). I asked where he shot them from, and he told me some were taken from the top of Rockefeller Center, and some from the top of the Empire State Building. Since these were night shots, he'd need a tripod to get shots that sharp, but neither of those places allows you to shoot with a tripod. In fact, they pretty much confiscate your tripod if you even walk in the front door with one (of course, they tag it, and give it back when you leave). So I asked RC how he got permission to shoot with a tripod, and he said he actually didn't use a tripod at all---then he…

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    Hey everyone, RC here. I was chatting with Scott a couple of days ago about my experiences at the Star Wars Celebration that just happened in Orlando, FL – and he thought it a good idea to share them here on the blog. I was happy to oblige! [NOTE: RC is being kind here. I absolutely loved his images, and the story behind them, and I begged him to do a post about it—Scott].

    I walked into this opportunity not really being a Star Wars fan. I’d seen the second half of the movies as a kid, but never really got around to watching the three prequels. For the most part, I don’t watch a lot of movies, so it wasn’t something that I felt I was missing out on.

    Why I Went
    elvis-1What attracted me to go to this convention was passion. I’m a passionate person by nature – you kinda have to be to work here. Because of that, I find myself attached to people who are really into being passionate about things. I don’t follow sports, but i’ve always wanted to be friends with one of those superfans who paint themselves with the letter D and hang out by a stadium.

    I mean, i’m the guy who drove by myself a ton of hours to go to the “RC Cola Moonpie Festival”. I love talking to people about the things that they love talking about. The sparkle in a person’s eye is just awesome- I guess it’s why I enjoy environmental portraiture as much as I do. To be able to go to a place where people get dressed up to pay tribute to something that they love was just something that I couldn’t pass up.

    I packed a bunch of lights in my car and headed out to the convention. I was prepared for anything – from small lights to a pack and head scenario. More often than not, i’m usually the guy that’s packing 6 strobes so this isn’t entirely out of character. It’s the McNally in me. Last minute – I threw my tripod in the car, not really knowing why.

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    Hi Gang: I usually don't post on Wednesday, but today we're rolling out something totally new for Photoshop World---something we've never been before, but we gotten so many requests for it, we wanted to make it available. It's a one-day only pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas. That way, if you can't attend the entire three day event, you can at least go for one day, take all the classes that day you want to take, check out the Expo floor, and do the whole experience, but without taking a week off of work. You can use your one-day pass on these dates: Wednesday (Sept. 1) and includes entrance to Opening Keynote from Adobe, expo floor, and you can attend party at House of Blues (party ticket required). Thursday (Sept. 2) and can attend the "Art of Digital Photography" evening presentation, and/or Midnight Madness…

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