On Guest Blogger

  • Joe McNally Presents: A 9/11 Remembrance, In Pictures

    Sep 5th, 2011  |  87 Comments

    As always, it’s an honor to contribute to Scott’s blog. Photogs. We’re storytellers, right? So, if you will, permit me a story. (It’s occasionally been a saga, and maybe, every once in a while, an opera.) Like many New York based shooters, I had a bit of a love fest with the World Trade Centers.Continue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Erik Valind!

    Aug 31st, 2011  |  29 Comments

    Wow, what an honor to be guest blogging for Scott Kelby! When Brad called me up to see if I would like to fill this Wednesday’s guest spot, it was a no brainer – Of course I would! Later as I reread the posts of previous contributors it started to sink in, this talent poolContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Dave Black!

    Aug 17th, 2011  |  76 Comments

    A Game Plan for Improvement Hi, and welcome to Scott’s blog. Let me first say what a privilege it is to be asked to write an article this week. Well, as many of you know, Scott and I share a common passion and subject interest, sports photography. So it seemed natural for me to writeContinue…

  • Guest Blog Wednesday: Proof: A Photo Short by RC

    Aug 10th, 2011  |  178 Comments

    (want to see the video larger? Click on the full screen icon on the right of the video window – RC) Proof: A Short by RC Hey gang, Brad here just to share the story behind how today’s guest blog came to be… (click on the image to see it larger on the 500px website)Continue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Jack Reznicki!

    Aug 3rd, 2011  |  36 Comments

    Thanks to Scott and Brad for having me a guest blogger, especially for this piece today. It’s about an assignment that is near and dear to me. As a way of introduction: I’ve been a commercial photographer now for over 30 years. Spent 4 years getting my BFA in photography at RIT, about 5 yearsContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Catherine Hall!

    Jul 27th, 2011  |  23 Comments

    Rim Light, A Page from Avedon’s Book Richard Avedon has captured my imagination ever since my dad bought me my first camera. At 16 years old, I wasn’t savvy enough to know how he created such compelling and visually stunning portraits – all I knew was I couldn’t stop looking at his images and feltContinue…

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