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  • Category Archives Photography

    ...and my new "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it for Hot Shoe flash on-a-budget" is one of the first classes we have available for rent, just like you would rent a movie or TV show from online (that's one of the shots from the class above   --- here's a link to a 1-minute video clip where I explain what I teach in the class). You get to rent it for three days (and watch as many times as you want during that three-day period). Our special intro deal is  just $6.99 for the three day rental (here's the link). The regular price will be $9.99 We're rolling this new feature out in stages, and so only 12 or so classes are available for rental at this time, but of course more will be coming (we have literally hundreds of full-length online classes at KelbyTraining.com)…

    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…

    Today I'm mostly just going to just share some shots from the game (thankfully I did a lot, lot better this week than last), but for me the game was awesome for three reasons: (1) I tweaked my sports photography workflow (thanks to suggestions from people here on the blog and in particular, a bunch of tweaks from sports photographer, and my new hero, Rob Foldy --- more on this very soon). I uploaded nearly 60 photos to the wire service, in about 1/2 the time. (2) I bought the right lens. For day games, that 24-120mm f/4 is definitely what I was looking for as a go-to lens for my 2nd body and I'm really happy with it. Shooting at f/4 is a bit more challenging in a dome (haven't tried it at night yet), but so far, I think it's the 2nd…

    I love shooting the Atlanta Falcons. First, I get to shoot with the awesome Falcons Photo Crew --- Jimmy Cribbs, Matt Lange, Lynn Bass and Michael Benford are just some of the most fun, most gracious, and most talented guys around and I have so much fun shooting with them. I always wind up learning new stuff from these guys. Secondly, because I'm shooting for the team, they let me do stuff like set up remote cameras in insane places to get shots like the one you see above, taken during the team introductions before kickoff. Above: Here's where I set up the remote camera. You have to get permission from the Pyrotechnics crew to place your gear in this area, but just like everybody I've met that has anything to do with the Falcons, the guy was incredibly friendly and helpful. In the third quarter…

    I've had a lot of people asking me in the past few weeks about whether they should get a Nikon D600 or Nikon D800.  In fact just this week a buddy of mine sent me an email asking that very question and I thought I would share with you pretty much what I told him. Now before I do this I just want let you know that this is strictly my own opinion. I'm not DP Review and this is not a lab report. I'm certainly not speaking for Nikon here (in fact they would probably prefer I wasn't speaking about this topic at all) but just know that this is a strictly how I see these two cameras after having shot with both of them (I actually own a D800) so at least I can share from using both in different shooting situations.…

    (Above: iPhone shot of Nikon's huge booth right at the front door of the expo hall). This was a quick trip: up one day and right back home the next, but it was totally worth it (plus I got to do a session on "Photoshop for Travel Photographers" at B&H Photo the night before, and it went really great --- thanks to everyone who came out, and to the awesome team at B&H Photo for the honor of letting me teach there. I had a wonderful crowd and met some really nice folks. (Above: This was taken right before my class at B&H Photo started --- photo by my buddy Dave with his iPhone). I didn't have any sessions at the show itself, (just a few meetings) so I got to do my two favorite things: (1) Check out all the latest gear from the vendors,…

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