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  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Stacy Pearsall!

    Apr 27th, 2011  |  102 Comments

    Thank you, Scott, for the invitation to write a guest blog. I’m truly honored. I hope that I can hang with the rest of the amazing talent that have graced these pages. Also, a big thanks to Brad for helping me get my story to you. When I was 17, I never imagined where I’dContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Rick Dole!

    Apr 20th, 2011  |  26 Comments

    Thank you Scott and Brad for inviting me to be the guest blogger this week.  It is quite an honor. I have photographed a wide variety of sports throughout my 25 year career including the Olympics, U.S. Open and French Open tennis, PGA Tour golf and college football.  However, I am probably best known asContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Chris Orwig!

    Apr 13th, 2011  |  102 Comments

    Above photo: © Greg Lawler My name is Chris Orwig and I am a photographer and a teacher. While this post is about photography, my goal is not to help you take better pictures but to help you become more creative and alive. I hope to stir things up a bit with a few simpleContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Ben Willmore!

    Apr 6th, 2011  |  26 Comments

    Next Chapters I’d like to show you how two events helped to propel me into changing my thinking and improving both my life and my photography. Here’s what I looked like as a young tyke On Valentines Day of 1984, my mother passed away. I was in high school at the time and lived with her andContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Deke McClelland!

    Mar 23rd, 2011  |  31 Comments

    Hello Scott and friends of Scott: Forgive my intrusion today. I feel especially bad taking you away from Scott’s amazing photographs of guys with sculpted abs and veins popping out of their luridly developed biceps. (Good grief, I’ve got to get my comparably itsy-bitsy jiggly-wiggly body into a gym!) But today, I offer you aContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring John Paul Caponigro!

    Mar 16th, 2011  |  21 Comments

    Developing Personal Projects As a fine artist, I advance my career with personal projects. Personal projects also create a clearer direction for and develop greater meaning in my life. My life would be unfulfilled without them. You don’t need to have a fine art career to benefit from personal projects. Many commercial photographers find thatContinue…

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