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  • Category Archives Photography

    This past Sunday I got really a wonderful opportunity---to shoot the Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Bucs with the amazing team at Hail! Magazine (I talked about their magazine for Redskins fans here on the blog a few months ago), and despite the chilly weather and non-stop rain, I truly had a blast. So while the weather wasn't pretty (though thankfully the 16 mph winds never materialized) I really learned a lot from spending the day shooting with the four talented sports photographers behind Hail!: Brian "Murf" Murphy, Eric Espada. Melvin Arroyo and Peter Lockley. They work on a really tight schedule, and it was great observing their workflow on and off the field. These guys really have it together and it shows in their work. As much fun as I had at the game, my biggest thrill was having them include two of…

    Above: Shot with a Nikon D3, with a 14-24mm f/2.8 lens (at 15mm) at ISO 200, at f/7.1 at 1/5 of a second so I could capture a little movement while he was spinning the fire sticks. Click on it for a larger view). Hi Gang: I just got back yesterday from a nine-day vacation with my family in Maui, Hawaii, and I'm tan, rested, and ready to tackle the busy end of an amazing year (OK, the tan part is a bit of a stretch. I spent most of my time tucked safely under an umbrella poolside or by the ocean). I didn't do a lick of work while I was out there (Matt, RC, and Brad covered for me on the blog), and so I just hung out, relaxed with the wifey and kids (and my brother who came along), read a…

    Hey everybody, Matt Kloskowski here. First off, a big thanks to Scott for letting me write about this, as I've been wanting to for a while now. So here's the question: "Is Photoshop a bad word?" Personally, for photographers, I think it's 100% necessary if you want to compete today. Technology has changed everything. The world knows that Photoshop exists. The standards by which photography was judged, even just 10 years ago, don't hold up against today's standards. We expect more from a photo. It All Starts with A Good Photo Of course you expect a guy that makes a living teaching Photoshop to say this right? Before I get too far into it, let me set the record straight. As a professional photographer, I realize it all starts with a good photo right out of the camera. Like many of you, we spend…

    I forgot to post this fisheye shot from the game in Miami last week, but when I was getting ready to post it, I thought, "I wonder if I should correct the fisheye distortion?" So, I gave it a shot. In Photoshop CS5, it's an automated process---just open the image in Camera Raw, go to the Lens Correction panel, and turn on the Profile correction and it does the rest in all of two-seconds flat. Here are the results: (Above: Here's the original uncorrected photo, taken with a Nikon 10.5mm fisheye---a DX cropped lens on a FX full-frame body. I love how this DX lens looks on the Full frame body---it's not too over the top). (Above: Here's the fisheye effect corrected, removing all the roundness that comes with shooting a fisheye lens, using the Photoshop technique I mentioned above). The top one looks…

    I shot the USF Bulls vs. Pitt game the Saturday after the Bears/Dolphins game and just wanted to share a few shots from the game. I used the same camera set-up, settings, as I do for any day game: Aperture priority mode; both cameras at f/2.8 all day. Both cameras at ISO 200 all day. I love day games---you set it, and forget it, and just work on your timing, and not worry about ISO or camera settings, or anything. (Above: The receiver just scored a touch down and while he's making the rounds of the end zone, he just flicks the ball behind him, and I was right there in front of him with a 400mm lens. One of my favorites from the day). (Above: This shot breaks all the rules---it's not an action shot---the ball's not in the shot---he's just standing there.…

    Don't Forget our LIVE "Cyber Monday" episode of D-Town TV (The FREE weekly show for DSLR Shooters), is today, as we broadcast live from B&H Photo's massive store in New York City. TODAY: at 2:30 pm EST. CLICK THIS LINK: right here. We also have a BIG giveaway during the live show, plus we'll be answering your questions LIVE, so you don't want to miss it!!!! (the video below has all the details). :)

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