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    If you're totally digging Larry's money-saving tips, and you want more, make sure you visit "Larry's Cheap Shots" blog, where he posts videos, articles, and ideas every Monday, Wed, and Friday. Here's the link. Also, you can catch Larry's Cheap Shots videos right where it was born; on D-Town TV (the new season is starting soon, and we've got a brand new set. Yay!).

    When I ran that video from Larry Becker yesterday, I totally hadn't thought of the fact that you might not be able to buy those outside the US (I had to laugh at myself after reading some of the comments), so I decided to run another one of his clips. Now, although this isn't a "hand-gun" related video, after watching it I'm kind of worried about how easy it will be to find this workaround in other countries as well (expect maybe Cuba and Japan). ;-)

    Greetings from the Pittsburgh Marriott Airport hotel, where I'm getting ready to hit the sack after shooting the Steelers vs Jets game at Heinz field earlier today (of course, by the time you read this, I'm probably already home, since I had a 7:00 am flight this morning). I'll have all the details on the game tomorrow, and some shots as well, but at game time, it was around 25° F, and it snowed the entire game, so I did want to share an iPhone photo (above) of what my rental car looked like after the game (I started scraping the ice off, then I stopped to take this shot. Being from Florida, I'm not sure I've ever scraped ice). ;-) In the meantime, I want to share the video below with you from my buddy Larry Becker, who runs the new "LarrysCheapShots.com" blog,…

    A week or so ago my buddy RC Concepcion stops by my office and he's showing me some great night photos he took of the New York City skyline (seen here and below). I asked where he shot them from, and he told me some were taken from the top of Rockefeller Center, and some from the top of the Empire State Building. Since these were night shots, he'd need a tripod to get shots that sharp, but neither of those places allows you to shoot with a tripod. In fact, they pretty much confiscate your tripod if you even walk in the front door with one (of course, they tag it, and give it back when you leave). So I asked RC how he got permission to shoot with a tripod, and he said he actually didn't use a tripod at all---then he…

    Just in the time for the holiday shopping season, my buddy Terry White, over at the popular "Terry's Tech Blog," has posted his annual Holiday Gadget Gift Guide with lots of fun goodies. He's got a wide range of gift ideas this year----everything there from great stocking-stuffers to gifts you only give if you're a rich doctor, and you really, really want to impress the person on your holiday list (but it's still fun to just look anyway). Here's the link. Happy shopping! :-)

    Since people have seen me use them on D-Town TV, and in my Kelby Training Classes, I get a lot of questions about where to buy studio V-flats (4'x8' tall reflectors boards, that are white on one side and black on the other---like the ones shown above), so last week I asked my followers on Twitter and Facebook some help in finding a single resource for buying V-Flats (to create the "V" you take two of these boards--and put a thick piece of gaffer's tape between them top to bottom so they form a "V." Then you can use them as reflectors, or fire strobes into them for a large fill, or use them as flags---the list goes on and on. Incredibly handy. We have two sets that we use in the studio, and most rental studios have them as well, but finding them…

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