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    Above: Here's our class group shot, taken with a remote camera mounted inside the goal. On Sunday morning we had a session just on mounting and using remotes.  I thought from the beginning it was going be the coolest hands-on workshop I've ever been involved it, and it totally, totally was! (If this is the first time you're hearing about, first go watch this very short video clip which explains the workshop). Above: Here's our workroom for the weekend, inside the VIP Club at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Sweet digs!  (Photo by Brad Moore) Above: Here's Scott Audette (far right) doing a presentation on what makes a good hockey photo; which types of shots make it, and which one's don't. Really eye-opening and candid. That's me (left center) and Mike Carlson (far left). (Photo by Brad Moore) I'm going to tell the story with captions,…

    On Friday I did a series of promo shots for Performance Compound, a training facility where a lot of pro athletes train, everyone from NFL players to Major League Baseball, and did about 14 portraits that day assisted by Brad Moore and crew (that's Third Baseman Sean Buckley above) and I thought I'd share a couple of finals here, along with the behind-the-scenes photos and the post-processed and unprocessed images. This entire process is the same as what I showed on my Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it tour, with the addition of one extra back light on the subject (as you'll see in a moment). Here goes: 1. Above: here's the shot as it came out of the camera. I used a Grid on the beauty dish above his head to get a quick fall-off on the light. My main concern here is the…

    http://youtu.be/q7bmcXUO_aA ..when it was out on the road (or if I didn't come to your city or country)….you can watch the entire seminar online, from start to finish, no matter where you are in the world. You even get the same tour workbook (but in color no less), plus all freebies I gave out for attendees. The full-day seminar is now available as a digital download (just like you’d buy a movie online to download to your computer), for just $49. The short one-minute video above gives you the full scoop, or go to the download site: http://kelbytraining.com/product/light-it-shoot-it-retouch-it-live-download/

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    http://youtu.be/q7bmcXUO_aA (NOTE: If you watch this one-minute long video above now, you can skip all the way down to the last lne of text for details).  If you missed my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" LIVE tour, you can now finally experience the entire seminar, from start to finish, and get the same tour workbook (in color no less), plus all freebies I gave out for attendees, starting today no matter where you live as we are making the day available as a digital download (just like you'd buy a movie online to download). Although I was able to visit many major cities in the US, Canada, and even three cities in Europe, there were just so many places we didn't get to visit with the tour. But now no matter where you are, you can attend the entire event, just as it…

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