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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    This weekend, I had absolutely one of my most-fun football weekends ever, covering the University of Tennessee Vols big upset win against the South Carolina Gamecocks in Knoxville, Tennessee on Saturday and then right after the game flying over to Atlanta to shoot with the Falcons crew for Sunday’s game. It doesn’t get much better than that! Today, I’ll cover Saturday’s game and the two locations we mounted remote cameras. I called my buddy “Big Daddy” Don Page (the head of sports photography for UT) and asked if there was any chance of us mounting a camera on the Goal Post itself. I often see video cameras mounted up there, but so far I haven’t seen any still cameras, so I thought it was worth a shot. Don worked on it, and sure enough — on Friday we got the go-ahead, with the warning…

    http://youtu.be/shob-1t8eCY If you missed the live broadcast of our photography talk, a Walk in Rome, you can watch it in its entirety, right here (above). We got really great feedback on the show, and I hope you get a chance to check it out. ----------------- > My loadout for this weekend's games I'm shooting two games this weekend; first on Saturday the University of Tennessee Vols vs. the South Carolina Gamecocks in Knoxville, and then that night I'm off to Atlanta to shoot with the awesome Falcon's crew for Sunday's game against the Bucs. On Saturday, we're hoping to mount a remote camera on one of the goalposts, and if all goes well, we'll have some shots from a different perspective than I've been able to get before. Keeping my fingers crossed, but also bringing the gear in case we get final clearance (the…

    I get that question fairly often, and I can tell you straight out --- it's not as many as I'd like, that's for sure. Yesterday, when I posted some of my favorites from my Bucs/Eagles shoot over on my Facebook page, I got a number of questions along these lines, so I thought I'd cover it here: Q. So, how many shots did you take at the game on Sunday A. Exactly 1,873 Q. That seems like a lot A. I know, but I've been told I under-shoot by quite a bit. I talked to another shooter at a game a couple of weeks before and he had taken over 4,000 shots that game, and he chuckled that I only had taken around 1,600. Q. So what ratio would you like to have of keepers to ones you delete? A. When I go to a game…

    > Join me Wednesday Night for a FREE online Webinar called “A Walk in Rome” I did one of these after my trip to Cuba (called “Connecting with Cuba”) and after last year's Paris Photo Walk with "A Walk in Paris" and they were really well received, so I thought we’d do one about my images and photo book from Paris last week. If you’re into travel photography, I’ve got lots of practical photography and Photoshop tips for you, PLUS a review of the Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-f/6.3 lens for full frame cameras, and I’ll be taking your questions and comments live on the air. What: "A Walk in Rome" Free Photography Webinar Where: Here's the link When: This Wednesday at 7:00 pm ET Plus we’ll talking about my Worldwide Photo Walk (I held a local walk in Rome. I’ve got lots of fun stuff to share and…

    http://youtu.be/PvsrejFidnw Above: Here's a short (17-second) iPhone video clip I did before we kicked off my local walk in Rome, Italy. I had a really wonderful, fun, really good-natured group of photographers there in Rome. They totally rocked it!  Below is a compilation of Group Photos from around the world, sent to me by group leaders and photographers who participated in my World Wide Photo Walk this past Saturday. I have to tell you, I get such a big smile when I see each and every one of these. I try to imagine what their walk was like, and how much fun it would have been to be at that walk I’m looking at. Everybody looks so happy in these group shots and it just really tickles me each time I see one. You can see the individual city names (and larger images) over on my…

    Buonjiorno everyone and greetings from beautiful Rome, Italy! We're still here wrapping up our trip, and it's just been wonderful, capped off by spending the day with a really awesome group of photographers from all over Italy, Europe and the USA who joined me here in Rome for my local walk on Saturday. I'll have lots more to share about my walk (and how we got this shot of us in the sunshine with a 90% chance of rain), and walks all over the world, tomorrow but in the meantime if you took a group shot during your local walk, can you share the link with me and I'll do a post with them here tomorrow on the blog. Above: Here's our group as we start our walk on the backstreets of Roma (shot by my wife Kalebra with her "trusty iPhone"). :) Thanks…

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