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    Having It All! How can I have it all? Well, you must first determine what “all” is! For many of us, as photographers, we want to be successful! But then again, what is success? The first thing that comes to mind is fame and fortune; you are well known and respected as photographer, and you make boat loads of money with your images! Please allow me to pull rank on you. At 66 years of age, I’ve learned a great deal about these questions, and more importantly, the answers! Let me share some thoughts with you. Let’s start with fame. I hate to burst your bubble, but there are no famous photographers. Now I didn’t say that some photographers are not well known, some certainly are, but mostly among other photographers. It’s what is called positional fame. If you were an auto mechanic who…

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    An Introduction Let's get formalities out of the way because I want to talk about things bigger than me when given a Scott Kelby Soapbox.  My name is Sam Spratt and I am a 23 year-old illustrator who focuses on realism. I've had the pleasure of making paintings for a mess of major publications, websites, celebrities, corporations, and oddly enough, even a few photographers (the profession which brought about the decline of illustration) such as David Hobby, Joe McNally, Lara Jade, and my good friend, that guy who did the Twilight poster. To watch some examples of how I sketch, render, and paint things, you can follow this link. Obligatory preamble complete. Now let's move on. The New Old I am a knowing hypocrite. I roll my eyes at the Instagram-ification of photography – slapping vintage filters on digital photographs to make them appear…

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    A couple of different ways of looking at the Olympics My partner Lucinda Marland and I were chatting a couple of years ago about the London 2012 Olympic Games and how we could get involved. We came up with a plan to shoot environmental portraits of Britain's oldest Olympic Gold medalists, we felt that today's youth obsessed society either overlooked or had forgotten about their achievements. We spent the next two years reaching out to the Gold medalists and we managed to shoot all 14 of them (they had a combined age of over a thousand years). It culminated in an exhibition overlooking the London 2012 Olympic stadiums earlier this year. In fact if you are in London at the moment a selection of them are on display in the John Lewis store, Oxford street. With my new found interest in the Olympics my eye caught the…

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    Hey everyone, RC here. Just wanted to share something that one of our Photoshop Guys did recently that I thought was just too cool! http://youtu.be/Q5EDBe7Eduw Hands down Corey Barker is one of the most talented #Photoshop artists out there. With all of the Olympics fever coming around, Corey wanted to see if he could re-create the entire olympics logo, right inside of Photoshop. He took a timelapse of it, and I think its a wonderful 2 and a half minutes of watching the guy work. Thanks for the inspiration, Corey!

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    We were flattered and honored when asked to write a guest blog - and, we were told, we could write about whatever we wanted. But, we wondered, why us? What could we possibly have to say to the readers of this blog? Visitors to our photo gallery frequently ask us, "are you THE photographer?" (that may be flattering, but not if you happen to have photographs from the early 1900's on exhibit); or, "are you A photographer?" ("no, we leave that to the experts"). Truth be told, besides taking pictures of our children when they were young, we have no real camera experience whatsoever and could not by any stretch be considered "photographers." So, stop here if you want technical advice or news on the latest digital accessory, plug-in, or wiz-bang program. As gallerists concentrating on photojournalism, what we do know is that the…

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