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  • Category Archives Photography

    ISAP1a

    Because of my own tour schedule, and our events like Photoshop World and the Google+ Conference for Photographers, I don't often get a chance to speak at other conferences, but when I was asked to speak again at the International Society of Aviation Photography (ISAP) Conference on behalf of Nikon, I jumped at the chance. This will be the third time I've presented at the ISAP Conference, and I have to say of all the conferences out there, this is without a doubt one of the best-run, most-fun, and incredibly value-packed conferences I've ever been a part of. The incredible training, and unbelievable shooting access they're able to arrange for their attendees still amazes me to this day. I'm speaking on Thursday, but I'm sticking around for their class location shoot on Friday (and catching a night flight home), but if you're going to be…

    Paris 1

    Wow, what a week! We shot three online classes (including "A Week in Paris with Jay Maisel" plus my on-location class on shooting travel photography, and a class on Lightroom/Photoshop for Travel Photography). We taped starting at 9:00 am each day and went non-stop until after midnight every day. We literally fell into bed each night, but we still had loads of fun (it's hard not to have fun in Paris, even when you're working). Easier HDR My new Nikon D4 actually makes shooting HDRs a lot easier, because not only can I finally just take three bracketed shots (one two shots under, one two shots over, and the regular exposure), but I can set my Self Timer to take all three shots for me (I know Canon's have been able to do this for some time, but this is the first Nikon I've…

    Paris1sm

    Bonjour! Sorry I haven't been able to post more. We've been shooting from morning until late at night, literally non-stop on the go, and by the time we make it back to our rooms we're just falling down beat. Here's a quick shot taken during our shoot out at the palace of Versailles, hand-held with a 14-24mm lens. What an amazing place. Off to start today's final day of shooting, so I gotta run. More on Monday. Have a great weekend everybody. :)

    paris1

    Bonjour mes amis: Our crew landed here in Paris yesterday morning for our taping of a new class for Kelby Training Online called, "A Week in Paris with Jay Maisel."  Although we hadn't planned on shooting on our first day, Jay was rev'd up and ready to go so we hit the streets of Paris, and wound up shooting at the church where they filmed parts for the movie "The DaVinci Code" and at the Luxembourg Gardens, and Senate buildings, as well as a little bit along the Seine river. We're literally heading out the door to begin another day of shooting today, but I can't believe some of the eye-opening, thought-provoking moments I've already had with Jay. He really makes you think about your photography in new and different ways. Incredibly inspiring being around him. Lots more to come, but the Pain du…

    london3s

    (Above: iPhone shot before the day got started). It couldn't have been a better crowd or location to wrap up my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" live tour than what we had last week in London, England. What a great group of photographers --- totally engaged, very responsive, lots of great questions, and some of the most kind, genuine folks I've had the honor to preset to. Some even brought gifts (I got everything from guitar picks (including some really cool ones), chocolate bars, British Kit Kats, and more. My guest retoucher Glyn Dewis totally rocked it and gained LOTS of new fans, and it was such a kick sharing the stage with him. He showed loads of cool bonus stuff, and I sat in the crowd taking notes along with everyone else. Really a brilliant job and I learned a lot. A big thanks to…

    M6-1lrtasm

    I needed some shots for an upcoming project, and when my friends (and fellow photographers) Kathy Porupski and Jim Sykes heard that I needed a cool location for the shoot, they told me about a local advertising agency that had remodeled a 1950's gas station for their new offices.  They make a few calls and the next day I was there shooting. Here's one of the shots from the shoot (above), my first with three lights for an automotive shoot. Not only did I follow the tips from Tim Wallace's Kelby Training online classes on car photography, I actually pulled out my laptop during the middle of the shoot to make sure I had the lights set up correctly (see below). I never would have tried this without having seen Tim's class. In fact, it was Tim's class that made me want to do it in the first place.…

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