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  • Category Archives Photography

    The 2nd online class in my three-part series called "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" went up live last week at Kelby Training Online, and this one shows how to shoot and retouch a beauty-style headshot like the one you see below left (in-house we call it the "Oil of Olay" look). I show how to create the exact same beauty-style head shot that I took which wound up being featured in FJ Westcott's 2009 lighting catalog (seen below), and you see the entire process from start-to-finish including setting up all the lighting, the shoot itself, and the retouching in Photoshop afterward. I just got incredible feedback from the first one in this series, and I hope you'll give this 2nd one a look now that it's live. Here's a link to the online class.

    Earlier this year I was lucky enough to get a media pass to shoot Tiger Woods during the Tavistock Cup golf tournament, and after I posted some of the shots from the day here on my blog, a friend asked if I might send him a couple of prints of his favorite shots from the bunch. I used MPIX.com to send him two framed prints, and I'm honored that they've been hanging on the wall of his office ever since. Yesterday I got an email from him, and the subject Line read: "Moral Dilemma." He said he found Tiger's recent actions dishonorable to his wife and family, and he was so disappointed in him, and had lost such respect for Tiger's moral judgment, that he had taken the framed prints off his walls, and he wanted to know if  I wanted them returned or…

    We've snagged another killer "this weekend only" deal---this time from Artistic Photo Canvas (the same people who did that five-foot long pano of St. Lucia on canvas for me---here's the link to that post). Here's the deal: For this weekend only, they are offering you (the readers of my blog), a big 20% OFF your entire order plus you get a FREE microfiber camera lens cleaning cloth. The discount is applicable to all 102 standard size and finish combinations for gallery wraps, stretched canvases and unstretched canvases -- as well as all optional techniques and add-ons including texturizing gel coats, dust covers and blind drop shipping. When you place your order, you have to use this Promo Code to get the special discount: Promo Code: SCOTTSENTME If you've been thinking about getting a canvas print made---this is your chance!!!! (Here's the link to Artistic…

    That's right folks, I thought I'd use this Holiday week as a kick-off for my releasing my Fourth Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide (well, that and the fact that it's the cover story on the current issue of Photoshop User magazine which most NAPP members already received in the mail). Anyway, it's here and this year I tried to include lots of affordable gear (which isn't as easy task when it comes to gear), but don't worry---I did keep a few items in there for the rich doctor or personal injury attorney on your Holiday Gift List. NOTE: I named this Part 1, so I can add some extra Part Two stuff that we didn't have room to fit in the printed magazine edition of the Gift Guide. Look for Part 2 next week. I really wanted to make this year’s guide my most…

    Last week we called the guys over at MPIX.com and asked if they would run a special deal just for readers of this blog on the exact same type of prints and mounting that I order from them all the time. I usually order 16x20" prints on Metallic Paper, and then I get them mounted on black foam core. Everybody loves the way they look with that paper and black mounting, so I thought it would be the perfect one for a special like this. (Watch the really short video I did above to see an example of what I'm talking about). I also use these mounted prints fairly often as gifts (I have MPIX ship the mounted prints directly to the person I want to send the gift, and I can't tell you what a great reaction it gets---especially since they ship flat…

    Hi folks---here's what's up: New Help Portrait Web Site and Must-see Video As Brad and I are starting to ramp up for our local "Help Portrait" shoot (on Saturday, December 12th), we just got word that organizer Jeremy Cowart (a really terrific guy and incredible photographer) has released a new updated version of the Help Portrait Web site, along with a quick video you've just got to see. Here's the link (seriously, if you've got a minute, this is really an incredibly wonderful thing he's doing. Don't stand on the sidelines----get involved with photographers all over the world who, on December 12th are giving back by sharing our talents to do something really great for those less fortunate). Wait...I Forgot These Three! Yesterday, after I posted my "10 things I wish I could Tell Every New Lightroom User" article, my buddy Matt Kloskowski did…

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