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    5 Lessons From A Nomadic Photographer I didn’t intend to become a travel photographer. In hindsight, perhaps it was obvious, but it wasn’t something I originally set out to do. In March 2007 I turned over the keys to my house and set out to travel around the world for a year.  Like many people who travel, I purchased an expensive SLR that I didn’t know how to use in the theory that an expensive camera will take better photos. I was wrong. After only a few weeks on the road, I quickly realized that my camera wasn’t going to take good photos on its own. I was committing all the rookie mistakes: shooting in jpeg, shooting in program mode, not editing my photos and not putting any thought into my images. Over the next several years I slowly figured out what I was…

    I’m with the band. Not just tagging along to take photos of a live show, I’m literally in the band. I’m Chris Hershman from Chicago and I’m a rock n’ roll filmmaker, photographer, and musician. Being the bassist of my Chicago-based band, Tall Walker, doesn’t always make it easy for me to film or photograph my own band. After all, I’m the photographer and filmmaker that produces nothing but rock n’ roll content for a living and here I am now facing the challenge of having to visually brand the band, all while playing my instrument and being equally as effective as a musician; A challenge that I imagine faces many photographers who are also musicians. http://youtu.be/tCGVMFN2LRc Nikon Cinema: Filming a Music Video Feat. Tall Walker I’m honored to be asked to speak on the Kelby Guest Blog. I’m 27 and I’ve have lived through some really…

    The Season For Giving Since it is approaching Christmas, you may think this is an blog entry about Christmas gift giving, but it’s actually not! Let me start with a funny story! You may have heard Scott Kelby refer to me as “Bill Fortney – A Man Barely Alive!”  and wondered what that is all about? Well let me give you the back story. I met Scott about a dozen years ago when I worked for Nikon and called on him as a client. We went on to become great friends! My father died at age 66 and I was in my mid to late fifties when I met Scott. I guess I thought with heredity and all I probably wouldn’t live much longer than my father did! I was a two times cancer survivor and I’m a type two diabetic so I guess…

    Greetings everyone! Corey Barker here to share with you my latest holiday project. Once again I collaborated with headshot photographer Peter Hurley and we decided to do another movie poster project. Some of you may remember a little project I did with Peter on recreating the poster for the Chevy Chase movie Vacation using Peter as the main subject and then we also recruited Mia McCormick and Brandon Ford to be part of the fun. We gathered everyone in the studio and we had RC shoot the images I needed. I then took those images that afternoon and created the poster below. I love projects like this where I feel under the gun because under pressure is where I most creative. The result came out so nicely that it ended up being a featured tutorial in my Down & Dirty Tricks Book Vol 2.…

    A bowerbird gracefully lands three feet from the front of my lens, like the 500 or so birds before her (or him, I'm no ornithologist). She has come for the smorgasbord of delights I've spread out in the guise of capturing them on camera. Hopefully, she'll ignore the photographic paraphernalia surrounding her and in the exact moment that I'm ready, strike the pose I've been looking to incorporate into my latest body of work. This is the dance we've been playing for sometime now, weeks in fact. Step 1 / Bird lands on table. Step 2 / I desperately trigger the camera from inside my house some 40 feet away. Step 3 / The bird; food in beak, decides not to wait around for the second 2000 w/s strobe flash. So... how did you gain access to a 400 year old baroque castle? I'm frequently asked this…

    Hanging with Queeny last month in London after the Shoot Like A Pro seminar This past weekend I was able to shoot hip-hop artist Lecrae's sold-out concert at House of Blues in Orlando. He's out on tour supporting his latest album, Anomaly, which debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 when it released in September. Thankfully, I have some friends who have been working with Lecrae and his label, Reach Records, for a while now and were able to hook me up with an all-access pass to cover the show! I figured I would take this opportunity to share some of the shots with you, along with my thought process for covering the show and some post processing tips. I started the set in the photo pit, the space between the stage and the crowd barricade. The stage at HoB is pretty high, so I always try to start from the…

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