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  • NFL Sidelines “Scott Spotting Guide” For Sunday’s NFC Championship Game

    Jan 21st, 2011  |  127 Comments

    (Note the specially “pimped out” monopod for easy sidelines spotting) OK, I am at full happy because on Sunday I’m flying up to Chicago to shoot the NFC Championship Playoff Game between the Chicago Bears (Yeah baby!) and the Green Bay Packers (Booooo) at Soldier Field. I know a lot of you will be watchingContinue…

  • Jay Maisel: Happy 80th Birthday!

    Jan 18th, 2011  |  59 Comments

    Please join me in wishing a happy 80th birthday to one of the most talented, fun, giving, and down right lovable guys out there, and a true living-legend of photography—our dear friend Jay Maisel. Jay, we wish you your best birthday ever, and many more to come!

  • My “Best of 2010″ Awards

    Jan 7th, 2011  |  106 Comments

    Hi everybody—-it’s time for my 2nd annual “Best of 2010 Awards” (Well, it’s not actually my 2nd best of 2010; it’s my 2nd “Best of” awards but you know what I mean). It’s important to note once again that I didn’t say “Best photography gear” or “Best Photoshop stuff” (though both of those are represented).Continue…

  • Best of the “Photoshop Insider” in 2010

    Jan 3rd, 2011  |  37 Comments

    I thought I’d kick off the first blog post of the new year with a quick look back at the most popular, and most commented-on posts of 2010, and some of the fun stuff we shared during the past year. The Top 10 Most Commented-on Posts of 2010 Here are the posts that garnered theContinue…

  • My iPhone 4 Burned Me, and I Missed My Flight To Shoot The Colts/Titans Game Yesterday

    Jan 3rd, 2011  |  42 Comments

    I love my iPhone 4. I couldn’t live without. It rocks. Except yesterday, when it totally burned me and made me miss my flight to shoot the Colts/Titans game up in Indy. I haven’t missed a flight in years. OK, I kind of burned myself—here’s why: I read Engadget.com every day (Great blog by theContinue…

  • My New Year’s Eve Celebration

    Dec 31st, 2010  |  24 Comments

    At our house, we have a wild time on New Years Eve. We all stay home, huddled together until Midnight where we watch the ball drop at Times Square on TV, then we have our New Years Eve family tradition of “Banana Splits at Midnight” (which is obviously a tradition for our kids, because IContinue…

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