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  • Category Archives Photography

    You guys have heard me talk about the Honl Flash Modifiers again and again here on the blog, in my Digital Photography Book Vol. 2, and in my annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide, and now you can see them in action. Commercial Photographer David Maynard stopped by the Kelby Training Studios, and I asked him if he'd do a live demo for my blog, so he took five minutes with my buddy Dave Cross to show us how the system works. If you're at all into off-camera flash, this will definitely be worth your time.

    It's not easy for American's to get to Cuba (don't get me started), but somehow Rick Sammon figured out a way to get down there, and he's getting some amazing shots, and he's blogging about it as well. Here's the link to Rick's blog----he's already started posting images (including some cool HDR stuff), and he's going to be posting images from his trip for the next week or so, and since we in the USA get so few glimpses of Cuba, I find it really captivating (plus the color, the people, and the way parts of it are stuck in time just make it one of the most amazing places to shoot in this part of the world). Rick invited me to sneak down there next year as he's leading a group of photographers on a trip to Cuba---I've always, always wanted to visit…

    Nikon introduced two new cameras today and some lenses: (1) The Nikon D300s As expected, it has lots of video features, including built-in HD video capabilities (720p), a stereo mic input, in-camera video editing features, auto-focus, and it has a dual card slot so you can shoot stills to a Compact Flash card, and send your video to an SD card. (Image shown above: courtesy of Nikon). On the still side: it shoots more frames per second (7 fps, or 8 with the battery grip); it has dedicated buttons for Live View (great for switching to video quickly) and the Info Screen (like some of the Nikon's recently released models), and a "Quiet Drive" mode for shooting in situations where you want the camera to make as little noise as possible (weddings, wildlife, etc.). Also, the D300s got the same Multi-Selector wheel as the…

    After my trip to St. Lucia, I wanted to send the owners of the resort a canvas gallery wrap print of the pano I took from room during the workshop, to thank them for their hospitality. The full image is over 5-feet long, and MPIX only does Gallery Wraps up to 36", so I had to find someone to print it as a stretched gallery wrap at over 60 inches wide. RC has a similar-sized pano of the New York Skyline at night hanging on his office wall (he took it the night that Matt and I ran out of memory cards---here's that story), so I went to ask RC where he had it printed. He told me he had it made by Artistic Photo Canvas, and he raved about their quality and service, so I ordered two of them (one for the resort…

    I just took a look, and sure enough, it's there (early)---my new book, "The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 3" is in stock at Amazon.com (well, at least it was last night when I wrote this). Plus, it's only $16.50. (Cheap!) >> Update: it's now only $14.99! If you want to see what the book is all about, I did a video about what's in this volume (which is all new, from the ground up), over at the World Wide Photo Walk site (here's the link; watch the video on the home page called "A Message From Scott."). I got my first copy late last week, and I was really excited. A big thanks to my amazing in-house production staff (including my in-house Editor Kim Doty to whom the book is dedicated); a hugh high-five to my awesome assistant and digital tech Brad Moore who…

    You guys know (at least I hope you know) that I read every comment you guys post on blog. I answer as many as a I can; I fix problems that you guys point out, and I really value your input and advice. When I did my post about my guest instructor gig at Joe McNally's Workshop in St. Lucia, I saw a comment posted that really made me stop and sit up. It was a criticism, but he did it in such a kind, respectful way, that I really had to give it its due. He said that my photos didn't look nearly as sharp as the photos on Joe McNally's blog, and he thought I must be doing something wrong. He was right I scrolled down the post, looked at the photos, and I thought the same exact thing. They do look…

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