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  • Category Archives Photography

    You guys know I'm really paranoid and a bit obsessive about protecting my image collection, which is why I (and a bunch of my friends) all switched our photo archiving drives to a Drobo (I'm a Drobo freak, and actually have two: one at home, and a duplicate offsite at my office). This week, I'm talking to Terry White (another Drobo freak), and I'm talking to him about needed more storage space (this talk brought about by 45GB worth of Indy photos in one weekend), and we basically both determine that I need to "man up" and get a second Drobo. Then I get a call yesterday from DataRobotics to let me know that they are announcing the answer to my prayers today---DroboPro. This is a "Business Class" robotic storage solution that lets you have double the storage bays of the original Drobo (So…

    Hi gang: Thanks for all your emails and comments yesterday (and for understanding when I put up such a brief Monday post). I've had so many questions about the shoot from friends, readers, co-workers, and everybody in-between, I thought I'd just dive right in and get to answering them, so here goes: Q. How did you get a media pass to shoot this event (or sporting events in general)? A. Big time sporting events only make a limited number of photo passes available for each event (called "Media Credentials"), and to get one of those passes you generally have to be with a legitimate recognized media outlet (a major newspaper, print magazine, major website [like espn.com, SI.com, etc.], or a wire service, like AP or US SportsWire). Also, they want to know that you're there covering their event for the magazine, so just saying,…

    Hi gang: I am so incredibly tired, after three days of non-stop shooting in the hot sun, starting at 7:30 am, and shooting literally thousands of shots, I'm am just plain tuckered out. I didn't have time to put any shots together, so I threw together this thumbnail grid in Lightroom of just a few shots that mix the fun with the action (click on it for a larger view). Tomorrow I'm going to do a more in-depth post, with lots of details about shooting an event like this, but tonight---I just wanna go to bed! Thanks for putting up with "lame mini-blog Monday" but I should be back in form tomorrow, so I'll see you then. -Scott Zzzzzzzzzz

    Thanks to everyone who "Beta tested" my new portfolio yesterday, and shared their ideas on how to improve the experience. I didn't mention that it was a beta test because...well...I didn't know it was a beta test, but it clearly had a number of issues I hadn't caught (mostly caused by me), and poor RC Concepcion wound up spending the day (and night) yesterday going into Flash and making all the edits and fixes. To give you a peek into RC's World, take a took at the screen capture above. That's the template in Flash. Notice that the text is actually backwards and turned on its side (click on it for a larger view)---that is how RC has had to edit this site. He truly is a Flash hero! (and a great friend for putting up with all this on my behalf). Anyway, posting…

    With the help of photography Web guru RC Concepcion, I just finished updating my photography portfolio with an all new look, new functionality, and a lot of new images. I started this whole process by buying a portfolio Web template, which I thought would be easy to update with my own images and text, but once I got it, I realized that I was in way over my head (it was much, much more complicated than I ever imagined), and so RC was kind enough to throw me a lifeline and help me get this up and running (believe me, it wasn't easy). Anyway, here's the link to check it out (or you can click the portfolio link over on the top left of this page). It does take a minute to load, but once it does, then it's pretty responsive. Thanks RC for…

    On Sunday I took a quick trip up to Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Alabama to take part in a very special event; the "IndyCar Series Open Test" Weekend. This is where the big name Indy Car teams spend a weekend prepping for the Indy racing season which kicks off right in my back yard with the Honda Grand Prix of St. Petersburg coming up in two weeks. I was there as the guest of one of the readers of this blog, photographer/designer Jeff Rease (that's him on the left above---photo by Pete Collins), and we had a ball (well, Jeff seemed like he was having fun, but I had one of my most fun sports shooting days ever!). The weather was just incredible---the Barber Motorsports track and facilities were really just beautiful, and I was really taken with how friendly everybody was, from…

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