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  • Category Archives Photography

    I’ll be in Boston a week from this Thursday (March 24th) kicking off my new “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch It Live!” tour. Hundreds of photographers are already signed up and I want to make sure you’re there, so go snag a seat right now (here’s the link), and spend the day with me seeing the entire process---from the lighting to the shooting, to all the post processing and portrait retouching in Photoshop. You see it all, unfolding live, and I don't leave anything out. You get a detailed workbook (shown above) covering all the stuff I'm showing in class (in the same order I'm doing it, so you can follow right along), plus, we offer a 100% money back guarantee if for any reason you think it doesn't totally kick butt and make you want to run home and try all these new…

    Last weekend, I was very fortunate to get to speak at the Southwestern Photojournalism Conference in Ft. Worth Texas, and I have to say---I had an outstanding time. I met so many great people, plus I got to share the stage with two photographers I consider to be among the best: Bill Fortney and Jeremy Cowart. (Photo above by Stanley Leary) An Amazing Opportunity for Students They offer a student conference the day before, aimed at College students, and what a great program they put together. I went early to be a part of the Student Conference, and along with instructor Bill Bangham (heck of a nice guy) we took a group of five students to the Stockyard area of downtown Ft. Worth for a 2 hour photo walk. I had been to the Stockyards 10 years ago, without a camera, so it was…

    Hi Gang: Remember last week when I did that post about my incredibly lame College Basketball Shoot? Well, after that post I heard from my buddy, pro sports shooter Mike Olivella (who laughed at me hysterically), but between his howls of laughter, he pointed me to the video above, which he put together showing how he shoots a College Basketball game, along with tips and insights on how to shoot a game like this. Here's the link to Mike's blog. Thanks Mike for sharing this with us (and you can stop giggling now).

    Wednesday night I got photo credentials (thanks to my buddy, sports photographer Andy Gregory) to shoot the USF Bulls vs. Pitt college basketball game and I absolutely stunk. So much so, I wasn't even going to show any photos from the shoot, but there was one teaching moment in all of this mess, so I thought I'd show just enough to keep from totally humiliating myself. First, a lovely iPhone photo of my gear Here's what I took to the shoot. Two bodies: A Nikon D3s and a D3. Two lenses: my beloved 300mm f/2.8 and 24-70mm f/2.8 on my second body. It got there in my Think Tank Airport International rolling camera bag, and I remembered the all important basketball shoot collapsible seat. A lean, mean set-up. So far, all is well. It Started Off With Such Promise When you shoot basketball, in…

    It’s official: The Grid, our brand new LIVE talk show about Photography, Photoshop, and anything else remotely related is launching next week. You’re invited: When: Monday, March 7th, at 12:30 pm EST Where: KelbyTV.com/thegrid Cost: Absolutely Free. Every week. Rebroadcast: Free, and available whenever you’d like to watch. Please feel free to bring a guest. Or two thousand. ;-) We want you to be a part of the discussion, and share your thoughts live on the air via Twitter and our direct online chat. Also, each week we’ll have an in-studio guest, as well as some friends chiming in on the topics via live video feeds. I can’t wait. I hope you will join us on Monday, and in the meantime I would love it if you would help us spread the word about the new show on Facebook, Twitter, your Blogs, and wherever…

    Boston is the first stop on my nationwide “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it, Live!” tour, and I really want you to be there. If you’ve got one minute and 20 seconds, could you take a moment and watch the quick video clip above where I tell you about the tour, what you’ll be learning, and why you’ve gotta be there. Here’s the link for the full class schedule, and how to sign up. It’s only $99 for the full day, (including a detailed workbook), or just $79 for NAPP members. Hope to see you in Boston. We’re going to have a blast. P.S. One more thing. If you come and don't think it was totally worth it, and your head isn't spinning with loads of new techniques, we will gladly refund your full tuition, so can't lose. See you there!

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