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  • Category Archives Photography

    Hi Gang: I got invited to shoot the Atlanta Falcons game on Sunday so I shot up to the Georgia Dome for the 1:00 pm game on Sunday and was back the same night, so it was kind of a whirlwind trip, but I really had a ball! (no pun intended). [NOTE: Click on the photos for a larger view----they look much better bigger. Well, except the iPhone photos. Kidding]. (Above: Here's my remote rig in an iPhone photo. It's not fully aimed yet, because they roll this rig out onto the corner of the field about 10 minutes before the players are announced).  The very cool Mike Benford from the Falcons organization arranged it so I would be able set up a remote camera rig and attach it to the truss archway that the players run through when they enter the field, and…

    I finally got a chance to process some of my images from last week's game between the San Francisco, 49ers and the New York Giants. Anyway, I thought I share a few of my favorites from the shoot below (click on them for much larger views): Above: I dig the sweat flying and the fact that the defender's helmet is up so high his chin guard looks like it's covering his eyes.  I had dinner a few days before the game with sports photography legend Dave Black and his lovely wife Susan. During dinner I mentioned to Dave that I'd be shooting the game this weekend, and Dave said: "Here's what you need to do: put a 1.4 tele-extender on your 400mm f/2.8 and get a super tight shot of Eli Manning---so tight that you cut off the top of his helmet and part of the…

    I thought after yesterday's "Hall of Shame" shots, I'd better post a few that didn't feature shots of the goal post (as epic as those were). This was a late afternoon game, and with the rolling back of Daylight Savings Time, by the time kick-off came around the entire field was already covered in shade, and a hour or so later, it was starting to get dark and I had to crank up the ISO nearly right off the bat. (Above: He just scored---why is he so angry at the ball?). ;-) Finding Out After The Fact It's rare for me to shoot a late-afternoon game. Most of the games I shoot are at 1:15 or at night, so I wasn't used to planning for the light to change to drastically, and I lost a lot of shots due to not watching my ISO…

    We had a great first day (well, technically it started Sunday night, but today was our first day out shooting). We started with an early morning shoot (it wasn't really a dawn shoot, that's this morning, this was an after sunrise shoot in a forrest and at a waterfall. Shooting in the forrest can really be a challenge (it was for me anyway), because you're surrounded by all this beauty every where you look around you, but then you raise the camera to your eye and you only see one small part of the big picture, and now it looks busy and messy and just....well....nothing like what you're seeing with your eyes. Very frustrating, but Moose had some great tips and that helped a lot. We've got a great group of students---really nice folks, and totally engaged. Very serious about learning, and that makes…

    Join RC Concepcion and me in this free online Webinar, where I'll be Lighting, Shooting, and Retouching LIVE online and taking your questions, all based on my brand new book (from Peachpit Press) called, "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it!" (The book inspired by the live tour). Here's all the details: When: Today  at 3:00 pm EDT (Online time zone converter here: link) Where: Right at this link: http://kelbytraining.com/webcast Cost: It's Free! Just register at that link above then be there at 3:00 pm today! Plus, we'll have special offers on the book and other goodies, and we'll do a giveaway or two, and I promise to make it fun, informative, and I'll share lots of tips and techniques with everybody live. I hope you can make it (and I hope you'll pass the word on to your friends so they can join us,…

    (Above: Bucs wide receiver Michael Williams takes the field before last Monday night's win against the Colts. However, I rather not discuss last night's game against the 49ers. Uggh!). Shooting Monday Night Football is always a blast, but getting to shoot in my own backyard (at Tampa's Raymond James Stadium) makes it that much sweeter! I even got one shot I actually like --- the one you see above, which I posted on Google+ after the game, and as it turned out, it got featured on the site PhotoExtract.com as one of their "27 Top G+ Photos" daily photo picks. I've been checking out their daily list for a while now so I was totally psyched! Above: To be able to show the top banner of their site, and my featured photo (which actually appeared much further down the page) all on the screen…

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