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    It’s Guest Blog Wednesday with Tony Corbell!

    Feb 1st, 2012  |  32 Comments

    Between Light and Shadow As photographers, we are an interesting bunch of people.  We tend to disagree on just about everything in terms of what makes a great picture.  We all have opinions on image content, composition, what we like and dislike in an image and the choices we each make in terms of equipmentContinue…

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    It’s Guest Blog Wednesday with Patrick LaMontagne!

    Jan 25th, 2012  |  46 Comments

    As much as I appreciate the invite, it likely seems odd that somebody who shoots on automatic with a Nikon D60 would be writing anything on Scott Kelby’s blog.  Despite my own ineptitude behind a lens, many of my close friends are photographers.  Just don’t ask me what an ISO is or how to useContinue…

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    It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Lindsay Adler!

    Jan 18th, 2012  |  16 Comments

    Portrait of Lindsay Adler, Photo by Bob Trautman 10 Tips for Improving your Portfolio in 2012 New York City is filled with thousands of amazing fashion and commercial photographers, all fighting for similar clients and resources. Because of this I must constantly improve my portfolio and strive to stand out from the crowd.  Yet thisContinue…

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    Bill Frakes on Shooting The Nikon D4

    Jan 13th, 2012  |  50 Comments

    [Bill Frakes was one of the first photographers in the world, alongside Joe McNally and Corey Rich, to get his hands on the Nikon D4. Here's his story on shooting Istanbul and Its Many Faces.] We had an intense 10 days in Istanbul making this short documentary shooting exclusively with the Nikon D4. Exhausting andContinue…

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    It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Rick Wenner!

    Jan 11th, 2012  |  36 Comments

    Photo by John Michael Cooper First of all, what the heck am I doing posting on Scott Kelby’s blog? I haven’t shot for any major magazines. No advertising jobs have come my way. I’m not involved in any speaking circuits or training seminars. Haven’t published any DVDs about lighting. So basically, there’s a pretty goodContinue…

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    Brad Moore on How Concert Photography Will Influence My Portraiture

    Jan 10th, 2012  |  13 Comments

    When I moved to Florida, I needed to find something to get me behind the camera regularly, so I took up concert photography. With lots of advice and help from Alan Hess (whose new book you should order), I made the leap into the world of high ISOs, slow shutter speeds, long nights, and tightContinue…

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