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  • Man, did I trash my diet in Philly or what!!!! First, we had a awesome day! Philadelphia was the first city on my nationwide tour, and the nearly 500 photographers who came out Wednesday could not have been more welcoming or friendly. Now, onto the important stuff --- incredible Philly food! ;-) My buddy John Geliebter (shown above left with me) took Brad and I out to his favorite cheesesteak dive "Tony Luke's" in South Philly (seen above). Total dive (and I mean that as a compliment), and there I experienced the magical healing power of the best Philly Cheesesteak I've had, because when I woke up Wednesday morning my Bronchritis was gone and I felt great! I took your advice! I asked here on the blog for suggestions where to eat while I'm there and so many folks mentioned DiNic's in the Reading Terminal (right…

    Want To Win A Nikon D600? Well, they're giving one away to the person who gets the best shot during the Real World Concert Photography pre-conference workshop at Photoshop World Orlando! This workshop is limited to 40 participants, so that's a 1-in-40 chance you have of winning if you sign up. Even better news... Only about half of the participants usually even submit an image for the chance to win! We'll even help one lucky person by giving away another full-conference pass! Just leave a comment here and you're entered. Good luck! The Business Side of Cliff Mautner World renowned wedding photographer Cliff Mautner shares his thoughts and insights into the business of wedding photography in his latest class on KelbyTraining.com. Join Cliff as he sits down with Kelby Training's Larry Becker to talk about starting a wedding photography business, things that Cliff has…

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    Big thanks to both Scott and Brad for inviting me back to be the guest blogger this week!

    This past September I was hired by Eleven Seven Music to photograph and create the album artwork for heavy metal band Drowning Pool’s new album, “Resilience.” I was presented with a great opportunity to produce work for the band that would not only showcase them in a dynamic new way, but also push new personal boundaries within my work and challenge me to create something exceptional.

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    The Latest Issue of Light It Magazine (for the iPad) is here! Lots of cool stuff in this issue (our biggest issue yet), including a feature on lighting action sports, and my "Lighting Recipes" column on mixing flash with ambient light (and a bunch more). Android version update: I wish I had more news, but I don't. We do have a beta version up and running (I posted a video of RC showing it a while back), but it's still so buggy we can't release it. I know this is the same story you've heard for a while now, but I'm not the App developer, I'm their client, and like you I'm very anxious to get the Android version released (if for nothing more than to change the conversation from "Where's the Android version?"). Believe me, when it's ready, we'll release it. For those…

    http://youtu.be/z_eT8p-hZTo The first one was amazing (here's the link), and we had lots of folks asking us if we could possibly do another one but the problem is: there's only one weekend left in this entire season where we could schedule another Professional Hockey Photography Hands-on Workshop. But that weekend is April 26, 27, 28th, 2013. It's on. Drop the puck! Check out the video above for details --- (it's the original that explains the workshop --- but it mentions the old dates, so don't let that throw you). The last workshop sold-out within the first two hours it was announced, so if you want to join us for this incredible hands-on workshop, down in Tampa at the Forum, on the ice, you gotta do it right now (it's filled on a first-come, first-served basis). Space is limited to the first 22 people who sign…

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