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  • Category Archives Photo Shoots

    A few weeks ago I got to do a photo shoot with a group of U.S. Army Black Hawk helicopter pilots from an Army Reserve Medevac unit. During the shoot my 2nd assistant on the job, Chris Cox, looks at me and says, "Is there any place where you feel less like a man than when you're a civilian at at Army base?" We both just cracked up (because it's true!). We stuck out for sure, but this was just really cool! Black Hawks. Army Base. We're guys. What's not to like? (click on the photo above for a larger view). Brad and I had already done a scouting trip to the base a week earlier (in fact, it was through Brad that I got this opportunity in the first place, as one of his friends is not only a Black Hawk pilot, but…

    If you've ever dreamed of shooting a big game from down on the sidelines, have I got an awesome contest for you! It's the brainchild of my buddy (sports shooter and famous guest blogger here, Mike Olivella), and well.. you just gotta watch the video below and you'll see why you just gotta enter. It's free to enter, so if you want more details and the official rules, here's the link to the flickr Group where you can upload your contest entry photo. We'll be picking our winner in less than three weeks! I hope to see you, Sept. 12th shooting on the slidelines alongside me and Mike (surrounded by 82,000+ screaming fans) as the Florida State Seminoles host the Jacksonville State Gamecocks. Good luck everybody!

    I'm back from four days on the Island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean, as the Guest Speaker at Joe McNally's Off Camera Flash workshop. The workshop was an even more amazing experience than I had expected, and I learned a lot more than just photography. This week, I'm going to share some different things I learned as an instructor, as a student, as a guest in a very special resort (more on this in a moment), as a businessman, as a husband, a father, and as a photographer (it's amazing what you can absorb in just four days). It'll probably make a separate post each day this week to share these lessons, and I'll weave my stories in alongside some of the other important things happening in this; the week leading up to my Worldwide Photo Walk on Saturday. But as I'm sitting…

    I'm back from my Great American Photo Workshop with renowned landscape and aerial photographer Bill Fortney and I have to say, it was one of the most enjoyable workshops I've ever been a part of. We had such a great group of talented, fun, easy-going, and passionate photographers that it really made for the ideal creative atmosphere to learn, make photographs, and laugh and awful lot. Guest Instructors This was my first time in Savannah Georgia, and it's a perfect place for a photo workshop, with loads of stuff to shoot around every corner (photo above taken with my iPhone 3Gs; much improved camera). We started on Wednesday with slideshows and presentations from the instructors, including two guest instructors; Joanne Wells (a wonderful Savannah-based fine art photographer with great knowledge of local shooting locales), along with first-class bird photographer Wayne Bennett (we had a…

    We just had legendary food photography Joe Glyda down to the Kelby Training Online Studios for a new online class we're releasing in the next few weeks on how to shoot food like a pro. I stopped by the set during the taping, and got to talk with Joe  for a couple of minutes, and he gives us a little behind-the-scenes look into his upcoming online class. Check out the short video below for a quick preview.

    ....a man known to virtually anyone who has attended a Photoshop World Conference; it's photographer, educator, Photoshop freak, and the official un-official head of Security for Photoshop Midnight Madness and our official mascot, warm-up act, poet, trained killer, raconteur, and general bon vivant at large, the one....the only..... Vanelli! (also known as "Robert Vanelli" or "Mr. V" or just plain "V" to his friends and the various people he stalks). I first met "V" back in 1999 at the first Photoshop World conference ever. He saw me use a Martial Arts logo that I had designed in a project in one of my classes, and after the class he came up and introduced himself.  We soon found out that we had some mutual friends in the martial arts industry (we both were martial artists, but at much different levels. I was just another black…

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