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  • Category Archives Photography

    If you're in the Chicagoland area, I'm bringing my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers Tour" to town, next Friday (April 9th) and I hope you can join us. There are nearly 500 photographers already signed-up for the one-day workshop, but I'm saving a seat for you, so I hope you'll come and join me for a fun day of learning. Here's the link with all the details. If you read the blog, and you're going, make sure you stop me and say hi (I always get a kick out of meeting people who read the blog). Hope to see you in person there!

    The Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Indy Car race got rained out on Sunday (the shot above is from the 10 minutes I got to shoot the Indy Lights race in the rain on Sunday). There was just too much water on the track, and so after spending all of Sunday waiting in the Media Center for the rain to break, they rescheduled the main Indy race to run at 10:00 am on Monday (yesterday). NOTE: Click on the images for a larger view. I was there shooting the race on assignment for Southcreek Global Media, so even though the race got rescheduled, I really needed to be there, though a lot of photographers (and unfortunately fans) weren't able to be there on Monday. The upside was---there was a lot of room to shoot, so there was no jockeying for position---you could pretty…

    By now you guys already know we have a "How to Shoot Live Concerts" in-depth pre-conference workshop next Tuesday in Orlando at Photoshop World (Sponsored by Nikon Professional Services), but I just learned yesterday that NPS is giving away a new Nikon D300s DSLR, along with their new 35mm f/1.8 lens to the student who takes the best shot during the "Live Concert Shoot" portion of the workshop. The judging will take place during the opening keynote on Wednesday morning (the finalist's photos will be displayed for the crowd to choose the winner by applause), and somebody in that workshop is going to walk away with some very cool new gear! NPS will also have some loaner bodies and lenses (read as: really nice glass) on hand for the workshop participants to try out some new gear that's perfectly suited to shooting concerts and…

    The third installment of my popular "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" series for Kelby Training Online went live this week at Kelby Training Online, and if you can check it out right here. As always in this series, I do everything from scratch, starting with an empty studio, and taking you through all the steps, from setting up the backgrounds and lighting, then going into the live shoot itself, and then finally through the full editing and retouching process to create our final image. Hope you guys enjoy the final installment of this three-part series (though I will be adding a new series of segments this spring).

    My good friend, and D-Town TV co-host Matt Kloskowski has been working on a portfolio site for his photography, and when he came in and showed it to me last week, I was just like, "Dude---that's the portfolio site everybody wants!" He had been keeping his eye out for a while for an easily up-datable, flexible, inexpensive solution, but this is actually more than that , and I think he just totally nailed it!. I think it really compliments his photography, and at the same time, it makes you want to look around and see what else is there (and there's lot of stuff there). Take a moment and check out Matt's fantastic photography, and his very cool new site. NOTE: Matt is in Dubai right now, teaching at the Gulf Photo conference, but I'm doing to send him a text to let me…

    Even though I had never shot a soccer match before (or what the rest of the world calls Football, or futball), I was totally psyched to get the opportunity to shoot the U.S. Men's National Team vs. El Salvador match played in my hometown of Tampa at Raymond James Stadium. [Click on the photos for much larger views]. I Needed Some Shooting Help Since this was my first time shooting soccer, I really wanted to get some shooting tips from someone who really knew the game, and knew how to shoot it, so I thought who better to ask than the guy who won the "Shooting from the Sidelines with Scott & Mike" contest, Alex Walker (who won the competition with a stunning shot of his son during a soccer match). Alex was incredibly gracious with his time and talents, and sent me not…

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