• air-jordan-3
  • air-jordan-3-fire-red
  • air-jordan-3-infrared-23
  • air-jordan-3-powder-blue
  • air-jordan-3-white-cement
  • air-jordan-4-bred
  • air-jordan-4-columbia
  • air-jordan-4-oreo
  • air-jordan-4-white-cement
  • air-jordan-5-fire-red
  • air-jordan-5-grape
  • air-jordan-5-oreo
  • air-jordan-5-v
  • air-jordan-6
  • air-jordan-6-carmines
  • air-jordan-6-olympic
  • air-jordan-7-bordeaux
  • air-jordan-7-french-blue
  • air-jordan-7-marvin-the-martian
  • air-jordan-8
  • air-jordan-8-bugs-bunny
  • air-jordan-8-chrome
  • air-jordan-8-playoffs
  • air-jordan-9
  • air-jordan-9-birmingham-barons
  • air-jordan-9-cool-grey
  • air-jordan-10-chicago
  • air-jordan-10-powder-blue
  • air-jordan-10-stealth
  • air-jordan-11-gamma-blue
  • air-jordan-11-legend-blue
  • air-jordan-11-low
  • air-jordan-11-low-bred
  • air-jordan-11-low-citrus
  • air-jordan-12-gamma-blue
  • air-jordan-12-obsidian
  • air-jordan-12-taxi
  • air-jordan-13
  • air-jordan-13-he-got-game
  • air-jordan-14
  • Category Archives Photography

    Well, football season is over (at least for me, anyway), so it's time to move on to other shoots. This weekend I was up in New York City speaking at an event Friday evening (more on that tomorrow), but while I was up there, I managed to fit in a fashion shoot on Saturday morning at Sandbox Studio in SoHo. I was lucky enough to work with the same creative team I did for my last shoot up in NYC (link) and the shoot was coordinated by the coolest Fashion Stylist ever---the wonderful Sophia Batson (link). She coordinated and styled all the outfits, and I got to work once again with Sophia's hand picked hair and make-up artists: Linh Nguyen and Cassandra Renee (they rock!). With Sophia's help, we arranged two fantastic models (Megan [Seen above] and Tanja) through a New York City agency,…

    When I'm writing a book on Photoshop, Lightroom, or photography, I would have to say that at least good chunk of the time, if not the largest chunk, is spent searching for images to use in the book (for everything from tutorials to examples to chapter openers). Luckily, I have all my images in Lightroom, but for my last book I created a new separate catalog of images before I ever started the book, to make the upcoming few months of daily searching that much easier. But during all this gathering and sorting, something happened which had an unexpectedly fun and fulfilling effect, and I'm hoping to pass this on to you, so you can have it, too. I'll Bet You're Way Better Now! Have you ever gone back and looked at shots you took three or four years ago? If you're like me,…

    Jim Begley sent me a link to an article on Gizmodo that was one of the best articles on shooting football I've read. The article was written by Rod Mar, a Seattle-based photographer working with the NFL's Seattle Seahawks. First, he's a really fantastic sports photographer, but beyond that, he's a great writer and teacher as well, and his article has great examples and great insights. So, definitely read the article first (here's the link), but after you do, if you're into this stuff you've got to check out his Seahawks photo blog, called "Eye on the Hawks." I absolutely loved his images, and how he shares off field moments and images you don't normally get to see. Very well done, and definitely worth checking out. Thanks Jim for sending this my way. :)

    As a Bears fan, the game sure didn’t turn out the way I had hoped, but getting to shoot a game like that was still an incredible thrill for me. The level of excitement in that stadium, and surrounding the stadium (out in the tailgate sections), was just amazing. I was there as a guest of my buddy, and Bears Chairman, Mike McCaskey, who shot the game alongside me the whole time (though thankfully he wasn’t there when Rogers came crashing into me at the goal line---link). I was born and raised in the Tampa Bay area, so naturally the Buccaneers are my home team, but through my friendship with Mike and his family these past years, I’ve totally adopted the Bears as if they were my own, and I’m so glad I did (football is even more fun when you get to root…

    My love affair with Epson printers started with their Epson Stylus Photo R2200. I still know people that have one, and they still love it. Then I upgraded to the R2400, and then finally to the 2880, which has been my favorite 13x19" photo printer ever. But I just read where Epson announced their new Epson Stylus Photo R3000, (shown above---photo courtesy of Epson) and I think it might be time to upgrade again, because of course they improved enough stuff that I can't say no, like larger ink tanks, and no more swapping black ink cartridges when going between photo and matte papers, new built-in advanced black & white capabilities, better paper handling options, and of course they always tweak the ink technology so the prints look amazing, but what put me over the top was the wireless printing part. I have an…

    I know this is more of a "Pimpy Thursday" thing, but if I wait until Thursday, it probably won't be "this week's show" any more. I was lucky enough to be the guest on this week's PhotoFocus radio podcast, which is a weekly photography Q&A Podcast hosted by social media maverick and pro photographer Scott Bourne. If you've got a few minutes, you can listen to my attempts at answering some of the questions from his listeners, which include my answers like: "I dunno." "Huh? Beats me." and "You better handle that one Mr. Bourne." Perhaps, not my finest moments, but I did manage to answer a few poignant questions, like "How old are you?" "How many fingers am I holding up? "What's the capital of Nebraska?" and stuff like that. Seriously though, we had a great time and covered lots of ground (Scott…

    Close