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    WOW! Pretty much the words that came out of my mouth when I was asked to write for Guest Blog Wednesday. For those who don’t know me I am Josh Bradley, and like Mike Wiacek I am not a full time photographer, but I am heading back in that direction slowly but surely. I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to work as Moose Peterson’s assistant for a little over 2 years and learned more in that time about photography than some folks do in 10 years. As photographers we are always learning with every click of the shutter. We learn to see light in new ways, how to get just a bit lower to the ground so that your subject is larger than life, and most importantly we learn how to tell stories. After all, that is what we are. We are…

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    Scarcity. Do you panic when you confront it, or do you embrace it?  I believe the span of your imagination is directly related to scarcity.  As photographers, we have all been in a situation during a shoot where the conditions are not ideal.   For example, the location is not desirable, the subjects are not “beautiful” or most of your gear is not with you.  Under these less than desirable conditions, our human nature is to wish we had what we don’t.  We think in terms of “If I only had…..,I would be able to…..”(Complete the sentence).  But what if you are at a paid shoot, you must still come through at the level your clients know you can achieve.  Your clients are only concerned with the end product, not the reasons why you couldn’t do what you normally do.  Now, the stage is set…

    You've read here about the joy of using multiple flash units to produce stellar photography from the likes of Scott, Joe McNally, David Hobby and other master photographers. I'd like to discuss here another multiple for video--as in multicam video. Online videos have come a long way since their humble beginnings of shaky camera movement, poor sound, and minimal editing. With online videos now regularly showing up on TV sets, via Roku, Apple TV and other set-top box hookups, they're now expected to look as polished as their offline counter-parts. Thanks to the advancements in digital technology and dramatic cost reductions, they now can. In my new book, Video Nation, a DIY guide to planning, shooting and sharing great video, just out from Peachpit Press, I show how to dramatically improve the static old one-camera shoot. The solution: easily pair up multiple DSLRs--or even iPhones…

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    Hey everybody! RC here. I wanted to share with you a bit of a confessional and a great lesson that I just got this weekend- from an unlikely source. Past being giddy, it was one of those moments that gave me inspiration, closure, and excitement at the same time. My confession - I spend a lot of time making pictures. Here at Kelby Media, we try our best to keep a foot in the training space and a foot in the real world shooting space to make sure that we can bring relatable information to you every week. This means that all of us strap a camera to our shoulders and hit pavement making images. These images end up on a computer, and we run Photoshop on them to make them great. Some of them get posted on a website, and some even get…

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    Hey everyone, RC here with pretty cool news!  Nik Software has just released a new version of their killer HDR software - HDR Efex Pro 2.  They've got a new tonemapping algorithm, some sweet speed increases, and a new interface.  Rather than me sit here and just go on and on about it, I figured it be a neat idea to just walk you through the process with one of my files.  I'm even including the file for you guys to play with at the bottom of this post! http://youtu.be/8027uFEtxr0 Scott Kelby Fans Get a Jump Start and a Great Discount! So, here's the deal.  We are all getting advanced access to Nik HDR Efex Pro at a very reduced rate.  How reduced?  Its like 40 dollars off...   In order to check it out, go to this link: http://bit.ly/M8axzX Some Samples of Images Tonemapped…

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    Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson in Portland, Maine, via disposable camera Under a fire escape in Brooklyn across from Prospect Park, looking up at what seems to be unending row of century-old brownstones — this is where I come to think, to reflect, to rest — to imagine.  I guess I’ll never be able to have that thumbing through B&H Catalogs or lusting through the aisles of Calumet. This is not a post about gear or Photoshop tricks or a wide angle lens for your iPhone. In fact, I actually avoid gear talk unless absolutely necessary. I want to know how to create compelling images, how to properly capture beautiful scenes and portraits, but ultimately, I don’t necessarily want to know how someone else did. I want to know that you made something beautiful; that you contributed to the collective whole, that you are spending your time…

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