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  • Category Archives Photography

    Last week when I posted my detail shots of exotic cars from the duPont Registery's in-house collection, a buddy of mine Karl-Franz Marquez dropped me a line about it, and included some shots he had taken of his own car, a beautiful Aston Martin Vantage that he also shot "Tim Wallace" style (after watching some of Tim's online classes at KelbyTraining.com). He had some taken some beautiful shots, and I was totally digging on his car, and Karl-Franz offered to drive over for the day (around 150 miles each way) to let me shoot this British made Aston Martin, and so yesterday we did an afternoon shoot, indoors at our headquarters inside our video studios. Above: Here's the behind-the-scenes shot of the image at the top of the page. That's Karl-Franz holding a second flash to light the grill in the front of the…

    Check this out... If you missed this year's Photo Pro Expo, you now have the opportunity to see Joe McNally's entire 2-hour presentation online! It's only available until Wednesday, February 20, so make sure you watch it sooner than later. Plus, you can also watch interviews with Kevin Kubota, David Ziser, Zach and Jody Gray, and Rick Sammon! Just click this link to watch those videos and register for next year's Photo Pro Expo for only $129. Speaking of Joe McNally, you can also see him at Photoshop World Orlando in April. From now till March 1, if you sign up using one of the discount codes on this page, you can either get an extra 6 months added to your NAPP membership, or 3 months of online training from KelbyTraining.com. AND, if you want to spend a day with Joe, you can sign up for…

    Above: A Lamborghini Gallardo shot at the duPont Registry Headquarters in Clearwater, Florida. When I was at Photoshop World in Las Vegas last September, I ran into an old friend, Manuel Obordo (literally, the guy who taught me Photoshop ---- if you've heard any interviews about how I got started in this business, you've heard me tell the story of Manuel). Manuel is the duPont Registry magazine's Director of Technology (the duPont Registry is a luxury car and lifestyle magazine that's hugely popular here in the USA, and I've been reading it, and drooling over the cars in it, as long as I can remember). When I saw him I asked if I could come and shoot some of their collection of cars (I had heard they always have all kinds of cool, and man did they ever). So, on Friday Brad and I went and…

    http://youtu.be/l4c-VYHg46s Hi Gang: When I post after 10:00 am, ya know I've pretty much got nuthin' for today, however I do have 100 free passes to watch Ed Greenberg and Jack Reznicki's classes on copyright, protecting your images and model releases, so that's at least something, right? The first 100 people to visit the address below get a free 24-hour pass to watch those classes (Well, technically you would watch any classes on Kelby Training Online for that mattter), but make sure you watch Jack and Ed's classes first --- they are really fantastic, eye-opening, and as a photographer they just may save your butt by protecting you and the images you take. http://kelbytraining.com/online/freetrial Hey, I just got word that tomorrow we are releasing an absolutely kick-butt online class on shooting headshots from none other than Peter Hurley himself. I heard from Adam (one…

    Well, it's over, and what a season it was. I've had so many questions about mypost-season of sideline shooting (and lots on the use of remote cameras), so I thought I'd answer a few of them as my last post of the season (until probably late July or Early August when football cranks back up again). Here we go: Q. So, what was the Super Bowl like? A. It was really amazing! I remember at one point during the game, I turned to my bother who was watching the game with me on the couch, and I said "Man, if San Francisco scores here, this is going to turn into a tight game!" and then he took a bite of one of the sandwiches my wife made for us at halftime. See, gotcha! I used that 49ers shot from last season (vs. Giants) to reel you…

    OK, before we get into all this, just want to give you a heads up: I cover all of this in MUCH more detail (with more final and behind-the-scenes photos), on yesterday's episode of "The Grid" which I've posted below, so you can just watch it right here if you like. http://youtu.be/Pwr0SQYaHlc OK, if you're not watching that video, here we go! First, some final photos (taken aboard the carrier George H.W. Bush) and then we'll get to the stories and behind the scenes stuff. Above: here's an F/A-18 coming in for a touch and go on the flight deck. Above: Here's a wide angle (14mm) view from one of the launch catapults looking back toward the Island (that tower on the left). Above: One of  the Crash and Salvage Crews on the flight deck in his fire-retardant gear on. Above: Steam from the previous catapult…

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