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  • Category Archives Photography

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    36.3 megapixels (wow!) with a full frame sensor. Full HD video with stereo sound (yay) built in HDR (sweet) and it looks like its aimed at the commercial, wedding and landscape markets (photographers who shoot medium format digital backs. I mean who used to shoot digital backs). ;-) I haven't seen one, held one, etc., but it sounds amazing and I want one. Bad!!!! (And yes, sometimes you need 36.3 megapixels). Two words: Whoo Hoo! Read the full scoop at Nikon USA: http://bit.ly/wVaU77

    NHL 2012 - Jets Defeat Lightning 2-1in Overtime

    ... and it sure looked it! :( (Above:�That's the game winning goal in Overtime above. Not a pretty shot, but then, none of them really were). I absolutely love shooting ice hockey!� I'm just no good at it yet. Not only was it my first time shooting ice hockey, it was my first time at an ice hockey game. It was (as expected) a rough night. How rough was it? Well, I actually registered the domain you see below last night after I uploaded my photos to the wire service I was shooting for. But I Still Had to Submit Photos I was able to upload 25 shots to Southcreek Global that were, well....let's say they were in focus. I think the puck might have actually even appeared briefly in one or two of those shots, but that's purely by coincidence. Here's a capture…

    ASPawardsm

    A heartfelt thank you to the American Society of Photographers (http://www.asofp.com/) for presenting me with their ASP International Award (below). Here's a little bit about the award from the ASP: "Our Society presents this award annually to a firm or person that we feel has contributed in a special or significant way to the ideals of Professional Photography as an art and a science." It's a tremendous honor to receive this award, particularly given the previous recipients, including George Hurrell, Dr. Edwin Land (inventor of the Polaroid), Thomas Knoll, Jay Stock, Graham Nash, and Robert Farber among others. I would like to thank all the talented and gifted photographers who?ve taught me so much over the years: Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, Vincent Versace, Bill Fortney, David Ziser, Jim DiVitale, Helene Glassman, Anne Cahill, Kevin Ames, Frank Doorhof, Jack Reznicki and Jay Maisel. I'm greatly…

    wksp-216

    I just learned about this week long workshop, taught by night photography expert, Gabe Biderman and Rocky Mountain School of Photography instructor and landscape photographer Tim Cooper, and once I read about what they're doing, I was dying to go!!!! You spend your days in the classroom with Gabe and Tim learning about the camera techniques and post processing for night photography (along with image reviews), and then at night you're on location in some amazing locales in an intense 6-day total immersion into night photography. What I really loved about this (beside the instructors) is the variety of nighttime shooting opportunities---from shooting Vegas at night to the surreal nightscapes of the Valley of Fire and Zion National Park. What they're teaching They're going to be teaching everything from mastering star trails to pro techniques for capturing celestial skies, and they're going to work ya hard but…

    bestfb14

    Man, it sure felt like more, but as it turned out,I only shot 10 football games this entire season (I'm not complaining on any level---I just sure thought it was more). They were: Notre Dame vs. Michigan State Tampa Bay Bucs vs. Indianapolis Colts San Francisco 49ers vs. NY Giants USF Bulls vs. Miami Hurricanes New Orleans Saints vs. Atlanta Falcons Marshall Thundering Herd vs. FIU Golden Panthers Tennessee Titans vs. the Cincinnati Bengals Atlanta Falcons vs. Minnesota Vikings Countryside Cougars (High School Football) Georgia vs. Michigan State And as we're kicking off this New Year, I thought I'd take a look back at some of my favorite shots from this past season. All of them pretty much shot with the same set-up: 2 camera bodies: Nikon D3s and D3. Main lens: 400mm f/2.8. Secondary lenses: 70-200 f/2.8, 24-70mm f.2/8, and 10.5mm fisheye.  NOTE:…

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    Hi everybody—-it’s time (well, it's a bit overdue) for my 3rd annual “Best of 2011 Awards” (Well, it’s not actually my 3rd best of 2011; it’s my 3rd “Best of” awards but you know what I mean). It’s important to note once again that I didn’t say “Best photography gear” or “Best Photoshop stuff” (though both of those are represented). Instead, this is just my favorite “bestest” stuff from 2011, (including things like songs, movies, travel stuff, food, etc.) presented in no particular order. Hope it starts off your New Year right! (By the way; make sure you read my disclaimers at the end of the list). Here we go: ————– > My Best Switcharoo of 2011: Switching from Sirius Satellite Radio to XM Even though they're owned by the same company, Sirius XM, the station selection on XM is much better, and it has…

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