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  • How I Met My First Pixel I remember that cold day in spring, back in 1991, when I visited a photography fair in the Javits Center in Manhattan. At that time, I worked for Neil Molinaro as a first assistant in Clark, New Jersey. Neil is an unbelievebly creative advertising photographer and an blooming nice guy. Not only has he created his own lighting system, he also managed to bring scenes on film that were almost impossible to even think! And because that's not enough, he hired a German guy named Uli Staiger as his assistant. Slowly, stop. Uli Staiger, that's me. I am a photographer, Photoshop addict and 3D artist based in Berlin, Germany. After an apprenticeship of three years I figured I could need some international experience and boom: After a few weeks working at a New Jersey gas station I found…

    Milestones for 2012 Besides the most popular and most commented-upon posts (which I posted here in Part 1 on Friday), we were pretty busy here on blog during 2012. Here's some highlights of what we shared: 1. A fresh new look for the blog (and my new logo) We started the year with a new blog look and a new logo (by our own Felix Nelson) which incorporates my book authoring and photography into one design (See top left). link 2. "Connecting with Cuba" my free online talk After my trip to Havana, Cuba, I posted the images here on blog and I had so many questions that I decided to do a free Webinar about the trip, the people, the country, the post processing and the photography. You can watch it right here. 3. You spoke. Adobe listened After my Open Letter to…

    I only shot four more games this year than I did in 2011, but having a Season Photo Credential to shoot the Bucs (for Zuma Press) sure made it a lot easier (the stadium is just 25 minutes from my house). I didn't get to shoot any college games this year (just NFL) but while the Bucs were on the road, I did get to shoot a few other NFL games, which is always a blast. This season I shot 14 games in all (with one more to come -- the Falcons first playoff game at home). But until then, here are the teams I got to shoot this season (so far): Tampa Bay Bucs Tennessee Titans New England Patriots Carolina Panthers Washington Redskins Atlanta Falcons Denver Broncos New Orleans Saints Detroit Lions San Diego Chargers Jacksonville Jaguars Chicago Bears Dallas Cowboys Philadelphia Eagles…

    I thought I’d kick off the new year with a quick look back at the most popular, and most commented-on posts of 2012 here on my blog, and some of the fun stuff we shared during the past year. By the way: If you're wondering how many posts we put up in the course of a year, in 2012 it was 355 posts! (Whew). Also, in case you were wondering: I actually do write all my own posts with the exception of "Guest Blog Wednesday" and "Free Stuff Thursday" which are handled for me by my photo assistant Brad Moore, to which I am boundlessly grateful for and for which I will be forever in his debt. Wrangling those two is a lot more work than it looks by a long shot (many thanks Braddo). :) The Top 10 Most Commented-on Posts of 2012…

    Photo Pro Expo 2013 Kick your year off right by registering for the Photo Pro Expo taking place February 7-11 in Cincinnati! Learn from speakers like Joe McNally, Julieanne Kost, Rick Sammon, David Ziser, Kevin Kubota, and 21 other photographers who will help you take your photography business to new levels in 2013. Plus, you can enjoy the largest photo tradeshow in the Midwest, sign up for a portfolio review, enter the print competition, and take part in the Westcott Fantasy Model Shootout! Plus there are parties every night where you can network with fellow attendees and instructors, and even have a chance at winning some $$$ and other prizes. The price of registration is normally $159, but use the promo code PPENAPP13 when registering and pay only $139 for four days of education from some of the top photographers in the industry! Not…

    Hellooooo There! First off I just want to send a heartfelt thank you over to the amazing Scott Kelby, Brad Moore & Kelby Training Team for letting me borrow their blog this Wednesday. I have been a HUGE fan and follower for years now so this is quite the honor :)!!! Today I figured I would talk a little about my journey/approach and dive into 10 tips on how one might begin a career in the wild world of fashion photography. My Approach/Journey (The Cliff Notes Version) Beautiful photographs have always captivated me beyond measure. Since a young age I remember getting lost in books and magazines. But not in their words, only in their images... and in these images I saw a world of dreams! The text was always an afterthought to me because as cliche as it sounds, “a picture truly is…

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