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    Hi Gang: I just woke up a few minutes ago (I shot the Beef 'O' Brady's College Bowl Game last night between Southern Miss and Louisville for Southcreek Global Media), and I didn't get back home until after 2:00 am. I was allowed to bring an Editor to the game with me, so I could keep shooting while the editor picks out the images each quarter, processes them, adds all the metadata, and uploads them to Southcreek, and I was lucky enough to have Matt Kloskowski as my editor (He didn't get home until after 2:00 am either). As expected, Matt did an awesome job. Anyway, what does all this have to do with the "Missing Guest Blog Mystery?" I just got an email from Jeff Revell asking, "Hey, did you forget to schedule today's guest blog post?" Actually, it's worse than that. I…

    I have no idea what Mr. Kelby was thinking when he chose me to be this week’s guest blogger. I am very humbled by this opportunity, and I must say that my name belongs nowhere near the long list of other guest bloggers, which includes some of the greats like Jay Maisel, Bill Fortney and Joe McNally. I’m always looking at the blogs of photographers whose work I admire, and trying to soak up as much information as I can.  And now I have the opportunity to speak from the same podium as they, but I don’t know what to  say!  I’m only 18 years old and still have a lot to learn when it comes to taking a picture, not to mention trying to figure out how to play this game called life. So I am going to simply share what I’ve learned…

    Photo by Ted Wood The question is.... I know. Every Wednesday you hurry to Scott's blog to see who the guest blogger is. You expect a successful, professional photographer with a stunning portfolio, and a series of inspirational stories about their fabulous career. Sorry, I'm not that kind of guest blogger. I'm just a regular gal in Los Angeles, with a passion for photography. I got my first camera at age 5 and never looked back. I might never make any money from my photography and I don't care. My goal is to keep learning and growing, and just be a better photographer each year than I was the year before. So if you're not a professional photographer, my question is, what do you do with your photography? How do you make it part of your life? Some ideas: First of all, if it's…

    Hey everybody, Matt Kloskowski here. First off, a big thanks to Scott for letting me write about this, as I've been wanting to for a while now. So here's the question: "Is Photoshop a bad word?" Personally, for photographers, I think it's 100% necessary if you want to compete today. Technology has changed everything. The world knows that Photoshop exists. The standards by which photography was judged, even just 10 years ago, don't hold up against today's standards. We expect more from a photo. It All Starts with A Good Photo Of course you expect a guy that makes a living teaching Photoshop to say this right? Before I get too far into it, let me set the record straight. As a professional photographer, I realize it all starts with a good photo right out of the camera. Like many of you, we spend…

    My name is Annie Downs. I am the Events Coordinator for Help-Portrait. Jeremy does the challenging work- he takes the portraits. I do the easy part- I get to tell you about it. It seems that most nonprofit organizations need two things: money and volunteers. If they need money, they probably don’t need volunteers; they are paying for people to do the good works around the world. If they need volunteers, they probably don’t need as much money. (But they still need money.) For those in creative professions – writers, actors, photographers, musicians, and the like, money isn’t always easy to come by. Freelancers are struggling more and more, and yet the heart to give is part of what feeds the creative nature. If you are one of these, you might look at the other option - volunteering. There are many great nonprofit organizations…

    When I was in college I took a speech class and learned that when speaking publicly, it can sometimes be a good idea to start off with a joke. However, being introduced as “Big Daddy” already made me laugh, so I hope you did too. I’ve never actually called myself big daddy before, but when I met Scott shooting on the sidelines of my alma mater, Louisiana Tech University, it was what he started calling me (referencing to the original big daddy, Big Daddy Don Garlits). Before I knew it, so did anyone he’s ever introduced me to :) But with that said, Scott has become a good friend along with Brad and much of the Kelby gang, and I would like to thank them for the platform they’ve created here with the guest blogs and the opportunity to share a little bit about…

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