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  • Category Archives Photography

    This weekend I had media passes to shoot the Sun n' Fun Fly-in, a wonderful air show that takes place each year in Lakeland, Florida (my hometown no less), and this time I got to shoot it with my buddy Bill Fortney from Nikon Professional Services and professional aviation photographer Jose Ramos (check out Jose's work here). It all started by setting my alarm to go off at 4:45 am on Saturday morning, and then driving to the airshow in Lakeland (about an hour or so away) to hook up with Bill to catch first light on the warbirds on display, and the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds sitting on the flight line, who would be doing demonstrations that afternoon and Sunday, and some A-10s and FA-18s (that's one seen above at dawn). It was a pretty cloudy morning, so we didn't get great light,…

    Last weekend, after my Chicago trip I headed up to Birmingham, Alabama with my close friend Dave Moser to shoot the Indy Grand Prix of Alabama. I was really excited because I had just shot the St. Pete Grand Prix a couple of weeks ago, and I wanted to take what I learned there and apply it to this shoot while it was all still fresh in my mind,  but as it turned out, I learned A LOT more at this Indy event, than shooting the St. Pete gig (more on that in a moment). (That's me directly above [photo by Dave Moser], in the yellow photographer's vest with the red headphones on for ear protection, taking the shot you see just above that, of race winner Helio Castroneves). Dave and I flew up on Saturday and hooked up with our buddies Jeff Rease…

    I'm in Chicago for my Photoshop seminar tomorrow (over 600 photographers will be there, which is awesome), and since I was getting in the day before, I got a chance to shoot the Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers NBA game last night with my buddy Mike McCaskey (we were guests of our other buddy, Bulls Team photographer Bill Smith). The shot above was taken with a 10.5mm fisheye lens. You have to see it big to appreciate the fish-eye effect, so click on it for a much larger version. I used the 10.5mm fish-eye lens, which is a DX (cropped format) lens on an FX (full frame) body, so it crops in a bit, but I like that it doesn't look too crazy. I had a much better time shooting this game than the Orlando Magic game I shot a month or so ago,…

    Hey gang---Just a quick update: Grab One of The Last Seats in Chicago! I'm in Chicago tomorrow with my "Photoshop for Photographers Tour", and as of yesterday morning, there were only 19 seats left, so if you want to join me, grab one of those last seats now. Here's the info. McNally Sells Out Philly! Yesterday in Philadelphia, Joe McNally kicked some major butt on his Kelby Training Live tour (which was sold out in advance!). This guy is just unbelievable!!!! He's coming to Denver next, and I've seen the pre-registration numbers---he's gonna sell it out again (if you've ever seen him live, you know why). Details here. Catch Corey in Beantown! Corey Barker is bringing our "Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks" tour to Boston next Wednesday, and if you're up that way---you do not want to miss him. He's got some absolutely stick…

    Showing your photography portfolio on your own iPad is no problem. In fact it's about the best showcase you can possibly give your photos on a screen. The iPad was born for this stuff. That's not the problem. The problem is what happens when people visit your web site on their iPad to look at your portfolio, which is probably a Flash-based portfolio (it's tough to find a pro photographer's web site that isn't Flash-based these days. They're out there, there's just not that many of them), and the iPad doesn't support Flash. Now, this isn't a debate about whether or not the iPad should have Flash. That debate is over---it isn't there, and I don't think you're ever going to see Flash on the iPad period (just like we've never seen it on the iPhone), so let's just deal with what we've got,…

    I wanted to run this week's episode of D-Town TV (The weekly show for all DSLR users---it's not just a Nikon only show anymore), here because I wanted to add something that I would have liked to have been included in the show, and also because it's so timely with the Indy shoot that I wound up doing earlier this week. In the first part of the show, I talk about a Panning technique to show motion in sports photography, and I got a lot of really positive feedback about the piece, but I wish I had gotten some examples to the video crew before the show aired (totally my fault, by the way), so I'm going to show them here instead: Above: Here's a throw-away shot from last year. With a fast shutter speed, the car is sharp, but it's also frozen, so…

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