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  • Category Archives Photography

    Hi Gang (and happy Tuesday)! If you're anywhere near Philadelphia or Chicago and you need to be at my new "Shoot Like a Pro" Tour but for whatever reason, you can't afford to go, I've got two-tickets available for each city. Just leave me a comment below, which city you want to attend, and I'll pick two winners in each city tonight (and then I'll see you there). For more info about my new tour, click here or if instead you want to watch my one minute and 52 second video explanation of what the tour is all about, then click here.  See you out on the road (of course by that I mean out on tour, not actually standing in the road). ;-) Cheers, -Scott

    Well, they're actually shots from practice runs and qualifying from Saturday,  the day before the race (The Grand Prix race was Sunday but I wasn't able to shoot the actual race because of a prior commitment on Sunday). I was shooting for the City of St. Pete's Website (thanks to my buddy Andy Gregory who got me the gig, and covered the race on Sunday). Above: Here's the rear view taken down low (on my knees) from a break in the retaining wall heading into the straightaway. Specs: Nikon D4 at f/4,  at 1/2000 of a second at 200 ISO. Using a 400mm f/2.8 lens at f/4  because I was using a 1/4 tele-converter, so it was actually taken at 550mm.  Anyway here's a few shots from the day (and I'll leave the rest to the captions). Above: Here's an overhead panning shot taken from up…

    ...I've read enough from people in forums on the Web who have convinced me this isn't a good shot because.... (a) It was taken with a 6-megapixel consumer camera (the original Canon Digital Rebel) back in 2006 (b) I shot it with the cheap kit lens that came with the camera (c) My camera was set to JPEG mode (d) It was taken on a $14.95 tripod (I forgot mine at home so I had to buy one at Walmart) I'm going back there again soon on a family vacation, but this time I'm taking: (a) A Nikon D800 36-megapixel camera or my Nikon D4 (b) A 14-24mm f/2.8 lens that along costs more than the camera, lens, and tripod I shot the image above with combined. (c) I'll shoot in RAW mode and post-process the image in Lightroom 4 (d) I'll be using an…

    Above: Here's our class group shot, taken with a remote camera mounted inside the goal. On Sunday morning we had a session just on mounting and using remotes.  I thought from the beginning it was going be the coolest hands-on workshop I've ever been involved it, and it totally, totally was! (If this is the first time you're hearing about, first go watch this very short video clip which explains the workshop). Above: Here's our workroom for the weekend, inside the VIP Club at the Tampa Bay Times Forum. Sweet digs!  (Photo by Brad Moore) Above: Here's Scott Audette (far right) doing a presentation on what makes a good hockey photo; which types of shots make it, and which one's don't. Really eye-opening and candid. That's me (left center) and Mike Carlson (far left). (Photo by Brad Moore) I'm going to tell the story with captions,…

    http://youtu.be/2CKquHZYYxQ The new tour kicks off in just a few weeks in : PHILADELPHIA on April 3rd then to CHICAGO on April 30th I did a test-run of the full day a few weeks ago in our headquarters for a group of about 40 photographers (to get their feedback, ideas, and comments on the day and to help me tweak it before it goes out on the road), and the feedback was just fantastic!!!! In the short video (less than 2-minutes) above I go through the five sessions I'll be teaching that day and what it's all about. Here's the link for more info or to reserve your seat right now. (Seating is limited and filled on a first-come/first-served basis). I hope to see you in in person in Philly or Chicago very soon (it's a nationwide tour, so we'll be announcing lots of new cities…

    On Monday morning I a took a short flight down to Key West, Florida to meet up with my buddy Jose Ramos, a military aviation photographer who was on assignment for Pilot magazine doing a story on Fighter Squadron VFC-111 (The "Sundowners") based at Key West Naval Airstation. It was absolutely beautiful down there (and the weather couldn't have been more beautiful, with temperatures in the high 60s and low 70s), and on Monday, after shooting some takesoffs and landings from long range, Jose and I stayed late to get some nice light at sunset with some of the jets on the flight line. One of the highlights of the trip was Jose and I having lunch with his good friend, and Squadron Commander,  Joe 'Monty' McMonigle. I told him about my carrier shoot, and since he had been flying off carriers for years…

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