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    A Different Approach: A comparison between advertising vs. sport photography Photo by Jefferson Graham I have been shooting cars for over two decades, first as an advertising photographer and more recently, photographing motorsport for Rolex. The difference between the two types of photography is striking. When I do advertising, I bring everything to the shot and I’m almost in total control. At a race, I use all the same creative skills, but the package is reversed: I have to use the light given to me and have to wait for the moments to unfold in front of me… in short, I have no control. One thing never changes, whether it’s a race or an advertising shoot, the cars have to have emotion and they need to look sexy; that's our job. Now let's take a look at these two different approaches. For advertising, let’s…

    ...automotive photographer Stephan Cooper!  Stephan gives an fascinating look into two contrasting sides of automotive photography - advertising and racing. One can be a slow and tedious process, while the other is a fast-moving and in the moment event. So if you like cars and photography, make sure you stop by tomorrow and check it out :)

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    ...child and family portrait photographer Sandy "Sam" Puc'!  Sandy is currently on the road for her 2010 Family Tour where she teaches marketing for family portrait photographers, but she's taken the time to put together a great guest post for us.  Make sure you stop by tomorrow to see some behind the scenes videos of her on portrait shoots with kids, and see how she interacts with them to get wonderful shots. You may also be familiar with Sandy's Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep organization which "introduces remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with the gift of professional portraiture."  If you're not, consider taking a few minutes to look at their website and become familiar with this very important part of many families' lives.

    Photo by Karen Lenz My New York adventure started over four years ago while I was working as Studio Manager for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. I was with the workshops for three seasons, and during that time I was fortunate enough to work closely with an incredibly diverse group of photographers, from Norman Jean Roy to Joe McNally to Platon. My first winter season in Santa Fe was also the first workshop for Platon, and I ended up hitting it off with both him and his first assistant (Andreas Konrath). Immediately after that season’s end I traveled to New York, checked into the Vanderbilt YMCA (which is a MUST if you want the true New York experience) and began my first of three internships at his studio. Internships are an integral part of the hiring process in the New York photo industry. It…

    Nick Rapaz! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to help photograph the First Lady, Annie Leibovitz, or world leaders at the UN? Nick gives us a peek into all of those situations from his time as a full-time assistant working with Platon, as well as life as a freelance assistant.  He also shares about one of the things people don't think about often when it comes to photographing busy people - the choreography of the shoot.  It's a very interesting look into setting up for what could be a timeless and iconic portrait of someone in a matter of seconds. Some of you may recognize Nick from the Light Shaping Tools, Part 2 Kelby Online Training class with Joe McNally.  This was the first time I (Brad) met Nick, and I have to tell you that he is one crazy guy,…

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