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  • It’s “No Blog” Wednesday

    May 7th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    As previously reported here on the blog with great personal enthusiasm–I’m taking Wednesdays off (here’s the link to a brief explanation). I’ll be back tomorrow, but until then, stop by and check out the Imaging Insider (link). See you Thursday! -Scott

  • The “Tripod Police” Take Things Up a Notch (You’re not going to believe this one!)

    May 6th, 2008  |  6 Comments

    Just when you think the intense fear of tripod’s has gone as far as it can go, this happens: Matt, RC, and I went for an early morning shoot at Grand Central Station yesterday, and each of us carried that most-hated of photographic accessory; the dreaded tripod. We had a special shooting permit to useContinue…

  • Digital Food Photography Workshop Field Report

    May 6th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    If you’re a regular here, you know I’ve been shooting food lately in preparation for my wife’s upcoming cookbook, and after looking at many of the leading food photographers, my wife and I both decided that the one guy whose work really stood out was New-York based photographer Lou Manna. I was thinking how muchContinue…

  • Catch “Larry TV” Each Week on the NAPP Member Site (or right here today, on my blog)

    May 6th, 2008  |  1 Comments

    Greetings from 37,000 feet, seat 14C, aboard jetBlue flight 23 (by the way; the legroom on jetBlue flights is really fantastic). This week I wanted to post a quick installment of NAPP News, the video update that NAPP’s Executive Director Larry Becker posts each week on the NAPP member home page. Larry launched this weeklyContinue…

  • I Love New York!

    May 5th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    My trip to New York this weekend was definitely a “Top Five” experience for me. First, I spent all day on Sunday in a “Food Shooting” workshop from one of the industry’s top food photographers, and an amazing instructor Lou Manna (author of the book, “Digital Food Photography”). I have a full field report (withContinue…

  • You Gotta See This!

    May 2nd, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Corey Barker turned me onto this amazing flash video (it’s only about 90 seconds long), at the MGM Grand web site and I have to tell you; it is absolutely just about the most amazing Flash-based promo I’ve ever seen. This should have been a SuperBowl ad (it blows most of the others away). TakeContinue…

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