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  • Category Archives Photography

    wtrfl2

    Our buddy Ben Willmore has written a great post over at his "Digital Mastery" blog with 12 tips on how to get better waterfall shots. Lots of great examples and real world advice. If you've got a minute, you'll really find it helpful (my thanks to Ben for sharing this with my readers). :-) Here's the link: http://digitalmastery.com/blog/

    lsrsplash

    It's been an incredibly fun adventure taking this tour all over the US, three cities in Canada, and two in Europe, but tomorrow is my last US stop of the tour (I do have one more tour date in London, England on Saturday, April 28th). If you haven't signed up, it's not too late (and for the first time ever, we're hosting this event at the historic Tampa Theater in downtown Tampa, Florida. Here's the link with details (it's $99 for the full day, or just $79 if you're a NAPP member). Thanks to everyone who supported this tour, and came out to see me on the road. It's been one of my most-successful tours ever, and absolutely the most fun tour I've ever taught. I will definitely miss teaching it, but of course soon I'll be rolling out an entirely different tour, and…

    Zuma Picture of the Day

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with some really exciting news... I'm sitting at my desk yesterday, and across the hall I see Scott get up from his desk, laptop in hand, and HUGE smile on his face, to dance out his door and call out, "Gather round everyone, for I have great news!!" As he slowly and dramatically turns the laptop around (still grinning ear to ear), we all see his photo of Ryan Malone from the Tampa Bay Lightning featured on the ZUMA Press Pictures of the Day website! At that very moment, a flock of doves flew through the air, trumpets sounded, and a bunch of other exciting stuff happened :) Okay, that last part may have only been in my mind, but it was definitely a moment of celebration and excitement for us as we congratulated Scott on not only getting some…

    pstouch

    OK, I know you're probably hoping this is a custom version of Photoshop designed for the iPad, and if you are, well guess what? That's exactly what it is! (and I have to say, it's pretty darn slick)! Although they certainly didn't build this just for me, it actually has most of the things I was asking for when I wrote a post about what we want in an iPad version of Photoshop (which basically I wanted a stripped down version of the full Photoshop, but it needed to include some some key tools and features [but it had to have stuff like layers, and some key filters], and while I hoped it would have Photoshop's same interface, I have to say that the interface is actually very Photoshop-like (without looking just like Photoshop). It even has Free Transform! Oh, but there's more... Check…

    sergei-ivanov

    http://youtu.be/Gf8pXw0HeSM Greetings from the Dallas Convention Center (we open the doors for my Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it tour here in 20 minutes, so I'm just catching up on stuff). My buddy Ken Toney sent me this video clip this morning, and after watching 60-seconds of it, I knew I had to share it here. Thanks Ken! Hope you all enjoy it, and here's wishing you the best Tuesday you've had so far this year. :)

    glasshole

    Welcome to my world (well, as of late). This is the small hole in the glass you get to shoot through when you're shooting hockey (The NHL made the holes smaller recently to protect the photographers and players). The one here is from Saturday night at the Tampa Bay Times Forum (the arena where the Tampa Bay Lightning play their home games). I've talked with other photographers shooting hockey, and they tell me they would kill to have any hole in the glass, because they have to shoot through the glass, which is often 1-inch thick and almost guarantees their shots won't be nice and sharp, so I really shouldn't complain. Here' the view if you angle  your camera in that hole as far as you possibly can and shoot blindly down the rink (I say blindly, because it would be kinda hard to…

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