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  • Category Archives Photography

    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…

    Brad just sent me a roster of who's speaking at this week's Photo Pro Expo (produced by the Kentucky Professional Photographers Association), and they've got some really big name instructors teaching, including David Ziser, Cliff Mautner, Tony Corbell, and Skip Cohen (among others). it kicks off this Friday, and it sounds like a really great event, so if you're anywhere up that way, click this link to get all the details.

    I had a number of people comment about the Duotone look I applied to my "Sessions" images" series (link), so I thought I'd share the exact settings I used (just promise me you won't be surprised or disappointed that it's so incredibly simple). I did the conversion completely in Lightroom (though I'll show you the camera raw equivalent in a moment). Start by pressing the letter "V" to convert the image to Black & White. Then go to the Split Toning panel---don't touch the Highlights at all---just drag the Shadows Hue slider to 28, and the Saturation to 17. That's it. One letter---two sliders. :) If you're using Camera Raw instead; go to the HSL / Grayscale panel and click on "Convert to Grayscale." (Does it bother anybody that photographers don't use the term Grayscale for converting to black and white? That's a graphic…

    Matt Kloskowski Plays: Ibanez Roadstar Series Electric Guitar | Shoots: Nikon D300 Back in 2009, I had been talking with Joe McNally about kind of being in a rut over my own photography, and Joe encouraged me to come up with a personal photo project---something that would span a series of photos, and cause me to really think about a body of work instead of just "one-offs" like I normally shoot. I thought it was a great idea----I just didn't have a great idea on what to do. Finally, Something Hit Me After thinking about it for quite a while (and being quite frustrated by how hard a time I was having coming up with something creative and fun), until one day I came up with the idea to combine two things I love---music and photography, into a portrait series based on photographers who…

    After yesterday's post, I thought you guys deserved some balance by seeing some really nice shots for a change, and that's why I wanted to share this video from my friend, UK-based photographer Glyn Dewis. 2010: A Portfolio Review from Glyn Dewis on Vimeo. He did a recap of his 2010 shoots, and I saw it on his Facebook page and really enjoyed it, so I got the embed code from his site, and I'm sharing it with you guys here (hope you don't mind, Glyn). If you've got a minute, take a look---I think you'll really dig it. :) P.S. Thanks to everybody who posted such nice comments yesterday about my Hall of Shame. It made me feel....well....shameful. ;-)

    My buddy Matt Lange came up with a really cool way to showcase the images he's taken on assignment for Southcreek Global Media---he puts them into a layout that looks like a football trading card (as seen above). You can check out his other layouts right here. Also, I love his new layout for his portfolio (here's that link). I guess it helps if you're a great photographer who's also a great designer, eh?

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