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  • Category Archives Photo Shoots

    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…

    I've had so many people ask me for so long to share my Sports Photography workflow, but honestly I've been so incredibly unhappy with my workflow, that I wouldn't curse it on anyone. Of all the photographers in the photo work room, I was usually literally the last man to be able to leave at the end of the game (after uploading images to the wire service). Luckily, it's now finally (finally!) starting to come together to the point that I thought I'd at least share it, but I want to give you this important disclaimer up front: this workflow is a work in progress. It's not "fully there" yet, but I was the third photographer to go home this week, and I've literally cut my processing/tagging time in half, but again --- it's far from perfect. My sincere hope is: (a) This will…

    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/

    Here's a few shots from my sideline shoot at the Tennessee Titans vs. Detroit Lions NFL game on Sunday. It was a wild game, that went into overtime (the Titans won in overtime), but ask anyone that watched the game --- it was a roller coaster and a blast to shoot (especially since I was shooting with the amazing Donn Jones and his Titan's photography crew -- just a great group of guys --- a very talented group but they know how to fun, too!). I feel like I did better this time out, and I actually got a few shots I like, but I still need to work on my position and timing to get where I want to be. Trying Out Some New Gear: The Nikon D600 I have the just-introduced Nikon D600 on loan for a couple of weeks (for a…

    What a wild, long, confusing, exciting game as the Atlanta Falcons whupped up on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football up in Atlanta at the Georgia Dome. I had a total blast because I got to shoot with the Falcons crew (the awesome Michael Benford, the magnanimous Matt Lange, and the gentlemen of NFL football photography, the incredible Jimmy Cribbs), and their guest (and our mutual buddy) Joey Wright. Overall, I had a pretty lame shooting night and I was pretty disappointed with what I got, but at least I did like some of the fisheye stuff I got from the full frame Sigma 15mm fisheye lens I was trying out. I liked it so much, yesterday I bought it (it was $300 cheaper then Nikon's full frame 16mm lens which is an older lens that hasn't been updated in a…

    Here's a few of my favorites from my two pre-season shoots: Camera Info: I shot the game with my usual set-up; Two camera bodies: A Nikon D4 with a 400mm f/2.8 lens (mounted on a Gitzo monopod), but I put a 1.4 tele-extender on for the entire game, which turned my 400mm into around a 550mm lens, but you lose a stop of light so I could only shoot at f/4. Shooting at f/4 with that lens means I had to crank my ISO up between 3,200 and 4,000 depending on where they were on the field due to changes in lighting. My 2nd body was a Nikon D3s and I tried (again) using a 24-70mm but I'm going back to my 70-200mm from here on out --- the 24-70mm just has such limited use --- the players have to be literally right in…

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