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  • Category Archives Guest Blogger

    How I Met My First Pixel I remember that cold day in spring, back in 1991, when I visited a photography fair in the Javits Center in Manhattan. At that time, I worked for Neil Molinaro as a first assistant in Clark, New Jersey. Neil is an unbelievebly creative advertising photographer and an blooming nice guy. Not only has he created his own lighting system, he also managed to bring scenes on film that were almost impossible to even think! And because that's not enough, he hired a German guy named Uli Staiger as his assistant. Slowly, stop. Uli Staiger, that's me. I am a photographer, Photoshop addict and 3D artist based in Berlin, Germany. After an apprenticeship of three years I figured I could need some international experience and boom: After a few weeks working at a New Jersey gas station I found…

    Hellooooo There! First off I just want to send a heartfelt thank you over to the amazing Scott Kelby, Brad Moore & Kelby Training Team for letting me borrow their blog this Wednesday. I have been a HUGE fan and follower for years now so this is quite the honor :)!!! Today I figured I would talk a little about my journey/approach and dive into 10 tips on how one might begin a career in the wild world of fashion photography. My Approach/Journey (The Cliff Notes Version) Beautiful photographs have always captivated me beyond measure. Since a young age I remember getting lost in books and magazines. But not in their words, only in their images... and in these images I saw a world of dreams! The text was always an afterthought to me because as cliche as it sounds, “a picture truly is…

    On September 9, 2009, my sporadic photojournalism suddenly became as serious as it gets in the technology news business: I had to shoot a Steve Jobs keynote speech. I work for CNET News, where a "Jobsnote" is a harrowing experience. Live coverage means reporters write and photographers write and shoot as the event progresses. Stupendously high reader interest can flatten even major Web sites, so there's immense pressure to deliver. Because our regular photographer was out that day, CNET's editors asked me to fill in for the event, at which Jobs returned to the stage looking skeletal after a surprise liver transplant. For a full-time photojournalist, it wasn't so awful: the lighting was reasonable, a dark background made for easy autofocus, and nearly every moment during an Apple product launch is photogenic. But I was a part-timer, so I was relieved when my photos turned…


    Photo by Joe McNally

    Back in October, I made my annual trek to New York City for Photo Plus Expo. But this year I did something that I hadn’t done in previous years… I signed up to have my portfolio reviewed while I was there.

    These portfolio reviews are a little different than most others. They’re done by creative directors from major magazines, art buyers from ad agencies, photo editors from wire services, and other people who see tons of images every day from a multitude of photographers (and some of them are photographers themselves). My experience with this was a good one, but that’s another blog post for another day. I mention these portfolio reviews because one of them led to the events that took place this past weekend…

    The last review I had was with a photo editor from Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, a company that owns 850 radio stations across the country. She liked my work so much that she wound up hiring me to cover the Jingle Ball concerts for Y100 in Miami and 93.3 FLZ in Tampa.

    The lineups for these shows included everyone from up and coming artists like Walk The Moon, Karmin, and Austin Mahone…


    Walk The Moon


    Karmin


    Austin Mahone

    …to megastars like Flo Rida, Enrique Iglesias, and Justin Bieber.


    Flo Rida


    Enrique Iglesias


    Justin Bieber

    And since I was shooting for Clear Channel, I got an all access pass to both shows.

    I'm honored to be back here for a second time as Scott's guest blogger. Like my last post, I'm going to share some non-technical thoughts because it's too easy to get lost in gear and megapixels. It's hard to believe I've been a professional photographer for as long as I have, but here are a few things I've learned along the way. People Still Love Prints Technology is awesome. I sleep with my iPhone next to my bed and am at my computer within minutes of waking up. Photos look great on the iPad and my online portfolio is an important marketing tool. But physical prints are still king. When is the last time you held one of your favorite images in your hands, printed on 11X14 heavyweight matte paper? Try it. Have a real print made, frame it, and hang it on the…

    I, Photographer I believe it was last summer when I was having dinner with Brad Moore at City Fish in Oldsmar, FL when he asked me to write my first post for Scott’s illustrious Guest Blog series. I was humbled, giddy, and nervous. As a longtime follower of Scott’s work, being asked to contribute marked a milestone in my career as a photographer. I fully admit modeling a lot of how I teach and relate with our users at onOne Software based on Scott’s practices, so you can imagine my surprise when I got an email from Brad a few weeks ago with the subject, “It’s that time again.” I am truly honored to reprise my role as guest contributor and I’d like to thank Scott, Brad, Matt, RC, Corey, Stinky Pete and the rest of my good friends at Kelby Media for doing…

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