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  • Category Archives Photography

    http://youtu.be/2xhFtf0ni3A This week, our in-studio guest on the Grid was renowned wedding photographer Cliff Mautner, and it was one of our best, most-informative episodes ever. It's a 60-minute show but Cliff was on such a roll, and so "in the zone" that we let it run over to a full 90-minutes, and the feedback we are getting is just incredible. Here's just a few of the comments: "I'm glad that show went longer than 60 minutes, but I would have enjoyed that going on for many hours. 90 minutes was a bonus though. That was a GREAT episode! The Grid is off to a great 2015, first Joel Grimes, then Cliff Mautner. Wow!" [John Pokocky]   "Any chance this could be a part I episode and get him back for a part II? I could've watched him do critiques all day!" [Joel Thomas]  …

    http://youtu.be/WdWwqAI6x9A I hadn't seen this in 10 years, and I had never seen the full version. My friend Kevin Gilbert sent me this a week or so ago and it's just so wonderful — It's just a few minutes long, but totally worth every minute. I hope it makes your Tuesday, and your upcoming year in photography, a little bit brighter by remembering it's all about emotion. Thank you, Kevin for bringing this back to life for me and my readers. Best, -Scott

    Milestones for 2014 Besides the most popular and most commented-upon posts (which I posted here in Part 1 on Monday), we were pretty busy here on the blog during 2014. Here’s some highlights of what we shared: We raised nearly $40,000 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage I don't think anything we did this year was as important as this — by having folks who participated in my 7th Worldwide  Photo Walk donate $1 when they signed up, we made a major difference in the lives of some really wonderful kids. Of everything we did this year, this is what I'm most proud of. I started my love affair with Exposure.co Last year when I posted my "Favorite Football Shots from the 2013 Season" I tried Exposure.co for the first time, and literally fell in love it, and it became my go-to source for photo-storytelling.…

    Last Friday I had my last football shoot of the season (sniff, sniff), but it was a doozy! It was the Tennessee Vols first bowl game since 2010, and it was an electrifying atmosphere to shoot a football game. Such a blast! I was shooting with the Vols photo crew (led by the awesome "Big Daddy" Don Page) so I had lots of extra access (including the locker room after the big Vols win), and I covered it all over on exposure.co Here's the link to the images if you've got a sec. I also posted some of the images in that post that I uploaded to Instagram during the game (mostly behind-the-scenes stuff), and I showed the final shot of having to shoot through a throng of other photographers and video camera and mics at the end of the game (see below). Anyway,…

    Morning gang (it's still morning, right?) Sorry for the late post (putting this together took way longer than expected). Those of you who follow me regularly here on the blog have seen the photographic stories I've posted over on my exposure.co account, which I think is an absolutely marvelous way to tell a story with both pictures and words (here's a link to my exposure page and you can see what I mean). Far better than any blog post. Meet Project Luca A buddy turned me onto this new iPad-based free photo storytelling app called Project Luca (it's still in Beta at this point, but you can request to try it out at getluca.com) and it has some very interesting features — including some exposure.co doesn't offer yet, so I wanted to at least give it a try, and I chose to do it…

    A few weeks back I got a chance to try out a pre-production model of Canon's new 100-400mm f/4.5 - f/5.6 USM II lens shooting on the sidelines for an NFL game (Eagles vs. Titans) up at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly, and I thought I'd deliver a field report here in a quick Q&A format. It's not a technical look or in-depth review, just my initial thoughts after shooting it for a game. Here ya go: Q. How is the physical size of the lens? A. It's really close to the size of Canon's 70-200mm. It's just a little bit wider but I was surprised to see it's actually a little bit shorter than the 70-200mm. However, with the large lens hood attached, it definely looks beefier than the 70-200mm. Q. How was the weight compared to the 70-200mm? A. If I handed you…

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