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  • Greetings from Holland (well, greetings from 33,000 feet above Holland — I'm on my way back from speaking at the Professional Imaging show in Nijkerk - awesome experience -- more on that coming soon). OK, let's talk about Periscope, a FREE app from Twitter (for IOS only at this point), that lets you broadcast live from anywhere you have a connection to the Internet and people can chat with you live (type questions), and visually experience exactly what you're seeing. It is one of the most fun social media experiences I've had. As my buddy Frank Doorhof says, "It's addictive!" Beside the educational uses (which are pretty mind-blowing by themselves), what I love about it is the immediacy — you decide to share what you're doing/seeing, etc. and bam — it's live, and people who have Periscope (or are following you on it), can…

    Hi gang: Greetings from here in The Netherlands Got here yesterday and spent the day with my buddy, fashion photographer, lighting wizard, and awesome instructor, Frank Doorhof (that's a copy of the Czech translation of Frank's bestselling "Mastering The Model Shoot" I saw displayed when touring Frank's cool new studios in a town outside Amsterdam). We went to go shooting yesterday, but by the time I took my "jetlag avoidance nap" the rain had moved in, so we didn't get any shooting done, but today we've got permission for what could potentially be a cool indoor shoot, and if I get anything I'll post it over on my Facebook page.  (we did visit a town today called Urk that was really just adorable! Wish it hadn't been chilly, rainy and gray — I can't imagine how awesome it would be warm, bright and sunny!). In other news...…

    http://youtu.be/JTgK4xmaIvM Moose Peterson's Safari Adventure Moose goes on safari! With a career studying and photographing wildlife for over three decades, Moose has his first African safari and you’ve got a front row seat. Join Moose as he encounters the wide array of wildlife that calls the Mala Mala Game Reserve in South Africa home. Moose shares his take on the gear he brought along with his tips and techniques for capturing images that help tell the story of your trip. KelbyOne Live Want to learn from Scott Kelby or Joel Grimes live in person? Check out these seminar tour dates to see if they’re coming to a city near you! Shoot Like A Pro: Reloaded with Scott Kelby Apr 13 – Salt Lake City, UT Apr 15 – Los Angeles, CA The Photographers Creative Revolution Tour with Joel Grimes Mar 27 – Minneapolis, MN Apr 17 – New York, NY…

    NEW FRONTIERS All photographers have familiar subject matter. Maybe you are wedding photographer, a sports shooter or a headshot specialist. You cover similar events and subjects year after year. The natural progression is you start asking yourself, ‘is there a different way to photograph this familiar subject?’ Sometimes unique perspectives or new locations prompt spikes in creativity and original ideas. Sometimes new lighting or post processing creates fresh looks. And other times new gear comes along that lets you realize new possibilities. I’ve been photographing adventure sports for almost 30 years, and I have watched how trends, techniques and styles have all evolved over time. Just when you think you have seen it all, photographers figure out new techniques and perspectives and things become fresh again. Right now the adventure sports genre is experiencing the ‘drone revolution.’ Video and still photographers have a new…

    OK, I am WAY behind on posting this, especially since we're just about to start cranking up the 2015 NFL season, but it's one of those better-late-than-never things (at least that's what I keep telling myself). :) A 60-Second Recap: I wound up shooting about the same number of games this year as I did last year, but I still missed quite a few games overall due to my travel schedule and family vacations (I have the opportunity to shoot about 21 games total per season if I shoot every single week, including preseason).  I shot most of the Bucs home games, and I picked up a few other games when the Buc’s were on the road. Here are the teams I got to shoot this season: Tampa Bay Bucs Tennessee Titans Miami Dolphins St. Louis Rams Pittsburgh Steelers Atlanta Falcons New York Giants New…

    Above: My wife texted Brad that if he didn't take a bunch of photos of me in my tux, that when we got back she would shave his beard off herself. Needless to say, he took lots of photos.  The best way I can describe it is "Surreal." I know that term is over-used, but it honestly best describes the whole event. The scope — the scale of it all, was way beyond what I was expecting. I figured the awards ceremony would be in a nice hotel ballroom, but I wasn't prepared for something more along the lines of "The Oscars" and when we pulled up in front of the massive stage, assembled from scratch in the shadow of Dubai's iconic Emirates Towers, in front of the Dubai International Financial Centre, I was speechless. Everyone connected with HIPA's event was just incredible  They…

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