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  • Category Archives Photography

    Well, we're back from our Valentine's weekend getaway (with Sharon and Moose Peterson) and did we have a blast! (We packed a lot into 2-1/2 days). I put together a photo-story-gallery post over at Exposure.so of my self-assigned photo project while I was there --- I chose "Color" as my subject (and I explain why in the Exposure post) and share lots of images there as well. If you've got a minute, I hope you'll check it out (here's the link). Although I'msharing photos from my "color as my subject" project, we did lots of other fun stuff including: (a) Visiting a way-off-the-beaten-path white cliffs/mountain-thingy in Abiquiu, New Mexico called "Plaza Blanca" where key parts of the movie "Cowboys & Aliens" was filmed. It was actually pretty cool (even though I've never seen the movie). I took plenty of photos. None of them good…

    These are just some of the comments we've received about this past week's episode of "The Grid" with Joe McNally as our in-studio guest. I know I mentioned this yesterday here on the blog (among six other topics), but the rave reviews just keep pouring in over social media. If you haven't had a chance to catch this episode, I promise it will be more than worth your time. (I'm posting the episode again here on the blog, just below the quotes). If you photograph people, you will learn a ton. Here's a few sample comments: "…Grid interview with Joe McNally was the best 80 min of instruction I've seen." "Rewatching cuz what Scott Kelby has Joe McNally explain is more important than anything I've learned, period."  "Just finished TheGridLive show with Joe McNally - best ever Grid. Amazing insight. Thanks @Scott Kelby & Joe!" "JUST…

    Hi Gang: Here's some weekend stuff that might have slipped by ya: (1) I did a post over at Exposure.so on the "Classic Cars of Cuba" I am super-digging Exposure.so as a source for my photographic storytelling, and to that end, I released a post there yesterday about shooting the pre-1960s classic American cars of Havana, Cuba. If you've got a sec, it's right here: http://bit.ly/1edkDfl (2) Joe McNally absolutely rocked 'The Grid!" Having just come of an amazing night, where Joe taped a class for KelbyOne called "Behind The Lens: An Evening With Joe McNally" (which gained him a roaring standing ovation from the crowd, despite the fact that Joe never touched a camera, or a light, nor even showed a single one of  his images, which gives you an idea of what kind of class it was!), Joe followed it up with a…

    McNally is #1! First, a hearty congratulations and a big high five to my buddy Joe McNally for being named the #1 Most Inspiring Photographer in PhotoShelter's 2nd annual "Photographers Outlook" survey of more than 5,700 photographers. I didn't get to vote in this survey, but I would have voted for Joe myself because I look to him and his work first when I need inspiration. Way to go big Joe!!! :-) http://youtu.be/BO8n-lN1LMM Photographer's State of the Union (hint: it ain't pretty) This past Wednesday on "The Grid" we took a frank look at where the industry is today, what photographers are struggling with, and how to make the most of it, and you've got a break and want to check it out, it's right here (above). If you're a landscape photographer, man do we have a book for you! So many Photographers have…

    Last week on "The Grid" we were doing our popular "Blind Critiques" episode (where viewers send in their best images for us to critique on-air, but we don't give the photographer's name --- we just to through and review their images). Anyway, in this episode we ran across this series of shots sent in by a photographer; they were scenes of some interestingly lit buildings in an office complex/entertainment area, most notably a "Hampton Inn" and the buildings nearby. While the shots were technically correct (exposure, composition, sharpness) they were just find of "nothing" shots. We were actually struggling a bit to describe precisely why these shots were so lackluster, when I viewer (JWPhoto) sent in this very insight comment that I think absolutely nailed what was happening in these photos. He said: "These are 'Hunting Shots." This photographer is hunting for a photo,…

    Last year, after my trip to Rome (where I led a local walk as part of my Worldwide Photo Walk), I did a live Webcast about the trip where I shared some of the spreads from the photo book I always create after a trip (here's a link to that Webast), and while I posted that video here on my blog, I never actually shared the images here. Well, since  then, I've fallen in love with the photographic story-telling site Exposure.so which was born for things like this (I first used them for sharing my favorite football shots of this season), and I was looking for another opportunity to use Exposure again, so I used it to tell my Rome story. If you've got a quick minute, I hope you'll check it out -- here's the link. Here's wishing you a warm, cozy Monday…

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