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  • Category Archives Guest Blogger

    Photojournalism. More than a photograph. Life has taught me that photography is more than a photograph. In the past few years my career has taught me that photojournalism is also more than a photograph. Photojournalism is a relationship, a catalyst for change, and it is ever changing yet still the same. Great visual storytelling can hit us in the heart and leave an indelible mark. It is my hope; it is my prayer--that you come away from my story about cameras, taking risks in South Africa, and prison with more than a photograph. I am thankful for Brad and Scott who provided me this opportunity to share my heart in words, pictures, and sound. Photojournalism: It's about relationship. I wasn't born with a camera in my hands. I think I grew up creatively challenged with no apparent inclinations for drawing, painting, or anything musical.…

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    Thank you, Scott for letting me interrupt your guest blog series with some unnecessary foolishness.
    Photographers are a weird bunch, which is why a daily comic strip centered around the business writes itself (or so I wish). For this guest blog I’ve decided to highlight 10 themes (some controversial) that have made for good comic fodder over the years.

    1. Man vs. Machine
    One of the six elements of comic strip humor is writing something that is “recognizable”. It’s no wonder then that this strip has become an all-time favorite to many…

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    OK, who HASN’T heard that before? By the way, I’m still look looking for an upright bass that will make me sound like Brian Bromberg.

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    2. Pro or Pro bono

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    That strip has been turned into a verb. My dad emailed me to let me know he was “WTD43’d” one time. Writing for one of the most unregulated industries provides a fair amount of material. Who’s a professional, who’s not and who cares?
    The following strip is inspired by the second most asked question of photographers. (the first most asked question being: “Can I have a copy of that?”)

    Don?t think...DO! I've sat here for 15 minutes with absolutely NO idea what to write for you all. None. I've gotten up, gone to my garden and smoked a cigarette. Sat down. Stared at the screen. Gotten back up. Smoked. Sat back down. Then it struck me! Just go and write it. Don't think, do! I'm fortunate enough to be in the position to have been asked to make a contribution to Scott's site as as Guest Blogger, so I'm just going to WRITE IT! And it's going to be about exactly that principal in relation to photography. The principal of NOT planning, not getting tied up in details, not sweating the small stuff. The principal that sometimes, you just gotta throw your shoulders back, lift your chin, walk in the room with a smile and freaking shoot the thing! :) I've found myself…

    It’s an honor to be included as a guest blogger for Scott Kelby!  Since there is no higher blogging status, I thought long and hard about what to include here.  I decided on some background, some humor and hopefully some inspiration. I’m an editorial and commercial photographer based in Colorado.  My photo career began as a journalism major in school, but took a turn towards the wild side...literally.  My passion was and still is adventure sports.  After school I set off to travel the globe climbing mountains and kayaking rivers, spending years guiding in the backcountry.  I traveled with camera in hand, documenting expeditions and attempting to capture the mood, atmosphere and drama that was taking place around me.  My guiding skills put me in spectacular locations for shooting, my photography skills progressed to help me capture the moment. But some moments I couldn’t…

    Photo by Derek Wood Hello, my name is Ryan and I am a photographer living and working in Los Angeles. My background spans everything from shooting natural light, street photos in black and white film, to the staged tableau that you will see below. The goal of each photo is to create a narrative which has a specific concept, but also allows the viewer to develop their own story. A common question I'm asked about my work is whether or not it is the result of a Photoshop composite. Generally I would prefer not to spend time behind the computer and so the goal of each shoot is to capture as much as possible in one frame. With the larger group photos there are many people involved and inevitably different frames are pieced together in order to get the best expressions or actions from…

    Wow. Let me tell you, I never thought this would happen. Guest blogging for Scott Kelby didn't even come into my dreams it was so crazy. It is an incredible honor to be able to talk about my photography to so many people, and to follow the long list of fantastic photographers that make up the Scott Kelby guest blog "Hall of Fame." I started taking pictures about 4 years ago, around my 12th birthday. My family was just about to go on vacation to Arizona, and right beforehand I got an Olympus C-765 UZ. It was my second digital camera (the first was a Fujifilm, but it broke pretty quickly). I don't really know what prompted my initial interest in photography. I like to think it was the thrill of capturing a moment in time and being able to revisit again and again.…

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