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  • Category Archives Photography

    You have to stay with me on this one, because....well...you just have to read this. In May of 2009, I came to Denver to do my Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks tour, and the day before I spent some time shooting with Jason from the Canonblogger.com. I decided to do a creative exercise to stretch myself a bit by breaking with the usual and just use one single lens; a 50mm prime lens----that's it. No changing lenses---just that one lens, the whole time. We shot for hours wandering around downtown Denver and really had a great time. I mostly shot architectural type stuff---buildings, signs, patterns---stuff like you see at the top of this post. I even took some examples I could use for an upcoming book project, and all and all I really enjoyed that one lens exercise because it makes you think and work…

    If you're at Photoshop World in Vegas, the book is being officially launched by Peachpit Press there and we have a limited number for sale at the official bookstore on the Expo floor. It's hitting other bookstores next week (Amazon.com already has the Kindle version available now), and you can preorder the print version from Amazon.com, or Barnes & Noble.com, or pick it up at your local bookstore in just a few days.

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    I know a lot of photographers are struggling with photo composition, and over the past year I've had dozens of people send me emails and comments asking when I was going to do a class on photo composition. I actually had no plans to teach one. Ever. But a few weeks ago, I came up with an idea about teaching photo composition that's radically different from anything I've ever seen on the topic. My first thought was to write a book about it, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that the way I plan to teach this, doesn't require a whole book. In fact, it wouldn't even make a good long chapter, because I think I can make people really, finally, and fully "get it" in just about an hour. I think if it's presented like I have imagined…

    The phone rings on Thursday and it's my buddy, and sports photography legend Dave Black, asking me if I want to fly up to Allentown, Pennsylvania to meet him and shoot the start of something new in Gymnastics, called "Evolution." It's an all-tricks competition staged like a rock concert---featuring a group of gymnastic world champions and Olympic athletes many of which competed at the Beijing Olympics and some are part will be part of the US team for the 2012 Olympics. (Just for the record, he had me at "This is Dave Black...") This was my first time shooting a gymnastics event, and I have to tell you---it was very challenging. Luckily, Dave was a HUGE help the entire night, and I learned just a ton from him and that made all the difference in the world. I don't think I got a single decent…

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    At every seminar we do, at the end of the day we ask the participants to fill out an evaluation form, to let us know how we did, but most importantly what we can do to make the day even better. I know those eval forms are a pain in the butt to fill out, but after the seminar I personally read every single one of them. I want to find out what's resonating with the participants, what they want more of, what they want less of, and what I can add or take away that would make the day better. I take this stuff really seriously In fact, there are four things I changed, tweaked and added in Orlando, Cologne, and Amsterdam that came directly from �the eval forms from my seminars in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. In fact, I shot a special…

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