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  • Category Archives Photography

    A few weeks ago, I posted a link to a very short video tutorial I did over on the new KelbyOne Blog on how to use a camera on a monopod, with a fisheye lens, and trigger it with a wireless remote (here's the link) for a really unique overhead look (it's a lot easier than you'd think). This week, a photographer named Konstantin Articus in Germany did something I so love -- he took that monopod/fisheye lens idea that I showed for use in sports, and he took that idea and applied it to something completely different, and he got just wonderful results (see below). Thanks so much to Konstantin for allowing me to share these images with you here, and my hat's off to him for being able to take a technique shown for one use, and apply it so brilliantly somewhere else. Well…

    Last week on my Facebook page I pointed to an article I found  on a WPPI Forum called "50 Brides Reveal What Their Photographers Could Have Done Better" (the original article was posted on BrideBoxPro.com) and I thought it actually provided some interesting points and feedback directly from the folks wedding photographers are trying to make happy, so that's a good thing, right? Well, while it was widely viewed (it reached over 510,000 people on my Facebook page alone, and was reshared there nearly 1,000 times), it sure wasn't widely embraced. A lot of wedding photographers seemed to blame the brides themselves for 'not hiring better wedding photographers in the first place.' Here's a reader comment from Ross Mealey that garnered 83 likes from other readers: "While I only shoot weddings for people I am close with... I have to comment and ask the…

      PLEASE NOTE:  Due to being sick, my schedule for all of Wednesday is CANCELED.  I will resume my schedule, as planned, on Thursday. I’ve got a busy week coming up in New York at the big daddy of all photo shows here in the USA, and I hope at some point our paths cross in on my presentation. Here's my schedule: WEDNESDAY: First, I'm moderating a panel on how technology is leading the storytelling revolution (details below) on Wednesday at 5pm (don't worry — the panel doesn't go for three hours — there's other stuff after our talk). Above: I did have to giggle at how they listed my title as just "Kelby" (as in Scott Kelby of Kelby) and they didn't list any title for Jeremy. I wish they had even left his last name off, so it's like "Cher" or "Seal."…

    It's taken me a while, but I finally got my football shots from the Vols/Gator's game a few weeks back, posted over at Exposure.co. I've got lots of behind-the-scenes shots, and the whole story behind the day, including shots inside the locker room; on-field during warm-ups, and of course during the game itself. If you get a quick minute, I hope you'll check them out (here's the link). I'm shooting the Bucs/Vikings NFL game on Sunday if I can shake this cold that's hit me this week. Finger's crossed 'cause it could be a great day of really mediocre football. ;-) Here's wishing you a super-awesome weekend! Best, -Scott 

    You know if the Monday after the game I post a Demotivational Poster, I probably didn't have a great shoot. I know that generally as the season progresses you're supposed to get better and better,right? And I was really feeling like I was "in the zone" two weeks ago at the Falcons/Giants game at the Meadlowlands, but dang I just do not know what happened yesterday but I just had a real clunker! It seemed like I was always in the wrong position, and I missed some stuff I definitely should have caught, and I was just generally to the point that I wanted to chuck my gear in the trash bin on my way out of the stadium. I didn't, mind you. But I wanted to. Now, don't get me wrong — I still had a blast Any time I get to shoot…

    http://youtu.be/CAckPcKK76U Hi gang: This weekend I got a chance to take two Canon 7D Mark IIs out for a real world field-test shooting two football games: On Saturday the Tennessee Vols vs. the Florida Gators, and on Sunday the New York Giants vs. the Atlanta Falcons at Met Life stadium in New Jersey. (Note: the two camera bodies I used were overnight loaners from Canon of pre-production demo units — they are not the final shipping cameras — so they're not quite finished yet, but they're far enough along that I could at least test them and give you, and Canon, feedback). I'm posting some high resolution samples here (below), but make sure you watch the video above because we tackled all the important stuff you'd want to know about (of course, we talked a lot about high-ISO performance), plus we took loads of…

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