On Photography

  • My Short, But Intense, Hockey Shooting Season

    Apr 9th, 2012  |  37 Comments

    (Above: It was an amazing mid-air catch by Lightning goalie Sebastien Carbon — now if I could just get the crowd to react on cue). ;-) It Was Eight-Game Crash Course and I Loved Every Minute! Regular readers of the blog will remember my post from February 3rd called “My First NHL Hockey Shoot…and ItContinue…

  • Some are calling it our best episode of “The Grid” ever!

    Apr 6th, 2012  |  78 Comments

    I’m not sure if it’s the best, but based on the feedback we’ve been getting,it certainly may be one of our most helpful ever. Wednesday’s “Reverse Critiques” were a bigger hit than any of us imagined, and I think it’s been one of the best learning techniques for photographers we’ve even shown on the show,Continue…

  • My First ‘Real’ Shoot with the Nikon D4: The Tavistock Pro Golf Tournament

    Apr 3rd, 2012  |  67 Comments

    OK, well…technically it was my second. I did a car detail shoot (based on Tim Wallace’s online class) right before I left for Photoshop World, and I posted those shots over on Google+ (here’s the link), but since it was just me in my garage (well, and Brad)…it didn’t feel very “official.” These are fromContinue…

  • This Story About Photography is About Much More Than Photography

    Apr 2nd, 2012  |  177 Comments

    (Above: OK, this is not the most flattering photo of me, but luckily this story isn’t about me — it’s about the guy I’m posed here with — Matt Lange). Well, it sounded like a good idea at the time… One day back in 2009 my buddy, pro-sports photographer Mike Olivella, calls me with a reallyContinue…

  • Photos from my dawn shoot at the Sun n’ Fun Airshow

    Mar 30th, 2012  |  54 Comments

    (Above: That’s “Fifi,” the world’s only still-flying B-29 Super Fortress out on the flight line at dawn. Shot with a Nikon D4, and a 24-120mm f/4 lens I borrowed from NPS).  This was my third time shooting the Fly-in (it takes place in my hometown of Lakeland, Florida), and this is the first time thatContinue…

  • Just finished watching an amazing class from UK-based Automotive photographer Tim Wallace

    Mar 20th, 2012  |  17 Comments

    I’ve got a car shoot coming up for my current book project, so while I was on the treadmill this weekend, I wanted to catch Tim Wallace’s two classes on Kelby Training online (I watched it on my iPad using our free App), and I have to say — I was blown away! On Sunday IContinue…

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