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  • Category Archives Photography

    Hi everybody. I've been very fortunate to have shot a lot of both College and Pro football this season, and I've been sharing some of my favorite shots from those games here on my blog. Well, I didn't shoot any Wildcard Playoff games this weekend, which gave me an opportunity to do something different: dig up some of my worst football shots, and foolishly I've chosen to share them here with you. Now, when I'm out there shooting, and I fall for the fake handoff and shoot 22 frames of a running back carrying nothing, I will normally delete those right in the camera (just out of sheer embarrassment). If I miss deleting them on the field between plays, then when I import the images onto my laptop, I'll usually delete the really bad ones then, but alas, I still had plenty left over.…

    It was an awesome game. An awesome night! For the Colts, this was a must-win final game of the season to make it to the playoffs. For the Titans, the role of "spoiler" if they beat the Colts in their house. What an incredible atmosphere to shoot in. [Above: I got this shot of Colts Defensive End Robert Mathis as the players were getting introduced right before kickoff [CLICK ON IT FOR A LARGER VIEW]. They run out through a large inflatable tunnel at the corner of the field, and I was in the tunnel, down on one knee---with my 24-70mm lens aiming up, catching the players the moment before their name is announced in the stadium. It's pretty dark in the tunnel, but as each player moves forward, the lights from the stadium partially hit them from the front, and that's when I…

    At the end of last month I did a post about my fisheye shot of the Miami Dolphins stadium called "To correct or not to correct" (link) and although I made a few comments about the results on my Facebook page (link), I didn't really share the results here, so before the year runs out, I wanted to share them here. (1) 83% like the un-corrected original Fish-eye image (2) 17% like it corrected in Photoshop CS5 However, some folks mentioned what bothered them about the corrected version is that the horizon line (across the top of the stadium) should have been straightened. I agree, so I straightened it out a bit just so you could see it (above), but even after the straightening, I personally still like the uncorrected version. My favorite comment from the post was from Chase at ChasingPhotography.com, who wrote:…

    How's that for a headline? I had actually announced that today would be a "holiday no-guest blog," but then Nikon just released a 15-minute video as part of their NPS (Nikon Professional Services) Pros Spotlight series, where Joe and I discuss a wide range of photography topics, and Joe is as funny as he is insightful. There is no "interviewer" per se--it's just Joe and I, and we go back and forth discussing the topics, and it was a lot of fun (which, of course, describes any interaction with Joe). We talk about everything from our favorite lens to what we see happening in camera technology to our backgrounds in photography, and much more. Here's the link. Hope you guys enjoy it. -Scott P.S. I apparently was having a bad "hair mousse" day when this was shot, which diminished my usual on-screen beauty by…

    Last Tuesday I got the assignment from Southcreek Global Media to shoot the Beef 'O' Brady College Bowl Game (at the Tropicana Dome in St. Petersburg, Florida) between the Louisville Cardinals and the Southern Miss Golden Eagles. My Fluke Mistake of the Day If you're thinking that the image above looks like it has some clipped highlights, well...you'd be right. At one point during the game, I turned D3s upside down, and leaned it against a wall in the end zone, so I could focus in-close for a series with my 70-200mm. Unfortunately for me in this case, the bracketing button is on the top of the D3s, and it turned on bracketing without me knowing. When I went back to my camera, and starting shooting, it took me a few minutes before I noticed that some of my photos were dark, some were…

    If you've been reading this blog for a while, you probably recognize both of the guys in the photo above. If you're kinda new here, that's Alex Walker (left) posing with my buddy, pro sports photographer Mike Olivella (Photo by Melina Vastola). Alex won a contest last year that we hosted here on the blog called "Shooting on the Sidelines with Scott & Mike" which was a sports photo contest only open to non-pros, and the winner would get to shoot a big time College football game from the sidelines with Mike and me. Sadly, it turned into a huge debacle (in short, a group of sports photographers got up in arms over the contest and they got Alex's sidelines pass revoked----you can read all the gory details here---it's one of my most commented upon posts ever). As it turned out, although he got…

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