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  • Category Archives Photography

    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…

    On Tuesday I got lucky enough to spend the day shooting Tiger Woods and some of the best golfers in the world at the Tavistock Cup in Orlando, Florida. My buddy, and top-notch sports shooter Mike Olivella, (who was covering the event for AP), was able to score me an "inside the ropes" all-access media pass to shoot the event, and as you might expect, I had a blast! Although I planned to follow Tiger and his parings for the entire 18-hole round, I had to leave after only four holes because of a family emergency, but I got to shoot Tiger during his warm-ups on the range, and during those four holes (about an hour), so I still had a few opportunities to capture Tiger now that he's back. (Note: I chose to include the shot above because even though you can't see…

    This quote comes from Terry White from a review on his Tech Blog of the new Nikon P6000 point and shoot compact digital camera (here's the link). Terry at some point in his review was going to mention that this camera from Nikon was probably positioned as an answer to Canon's popular G9 and G10 compacts, and just mentioning that can bring some harsh comments, so so he wisely included a disclaimer right up front that basically said he didn't want to turn this into a "Nikon vs. Canon" thing. Then came his short and sweet "quote of the week," which was: "...does anyone ever win those anyway?" He's absolutely right! Have you ever read a forum with people arguing back and forth on Nikon vs. Canon (or Mac vs. PC, or Ford vs. Chevy), where one person or the other finally says, "Ya…

    I've been working with the newly introduced Elinchrom BXRI-500 studio strobes, and I did a video review for you guys (below) to look at the pros and cons of this new mid-level set-up. Here's the link to the complete Elinchrom BXRI 500 kit at B&H Photo (They currently show it selling for $1550, with two 500 watt strobes, two 20" softboxes, two 9' light stands, the wireless transmitter, two cases, etc.). Here's the kit with 1-500 and 1-250 (but still includes all the other stuff). Here's the kit with two 250s. (also includes all the other stuff). NOTE: There's only a $200 difference between the two 250s and two 500 watt system. There's only $100 between the one with one 500 and one 250, and the two 500 watt kit. In short; spend the extra money and get the two 500-watt strobes system. VIDEO:…

    I took the shot you see above for a project I was working on, and I wanted to share it here and show a little behind the scenes stuff, because on this coming Monday's episode of Photoshop User TV, I did a step-by-step tutorial on the post production I did after the shoot using Camera Raw and Photoshop CS4 (on Monday you can watch the episode online, right here). The production shot below (taken by my assistant, Brad Moore), shows the simple three-light set-up used to light the sunglasses. Now, don't let all the boom stands and stuff make you think this set-up is more complicated than it really is. I'll break it down below the photo. First, I wanted a black background behind the sunglasses, so Brad slid a black Westcott flag (made of black felt) over a boom stand arm, and that's…

    We've been getting a lot of frantic calls and emails about our Photoshop for Photographers seminar next week in Houston with Ben Willmore, because a few days ago it sold out. The good news is; we were able to expand the ballroom in the Convention Center to accomodate more people (so everyone on the cancellation waiting list will be now able to attend), and if you weren't already signed up---now you can (although there are already less than 40 seats left, so if you're thinking of going----I'd sign up now. Here's the link.

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