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  • First I want to thank Brad Moore and Scott Kelby for inviting me along as a guest blogger. I'm flattered and excited to share some random insights about what I do. I would like to inform that I am a young digital born photographer that has been practicing for three years. I will try and keep this concise since the last thing I want to do is bore anyone with quotes and clichés. If anyone has any technical questions about how I created an image please email me and I will get back to you with detailed specifics. photographer. The title of photographer can mean so many things these days that I have come to dislike the question of, "What do you do for a living?” Nothing is more difficult than trying to explain the randomness that is my job. I sometimes reply, "Yes,…

    Hi folks. It's Tuesday, and time for some news: The Best of Photoshop User TV, Volume 2 now on DVD We released Volume 2 of "The Best of Photoshop User TV" on DVD (shown above) and it's packed with the best tutorials and tips from the last couple of years on the air, and it features "The Photoshop Guys" (Me, Matt Kloskowski and Dave Cross). Besides the tons of tutorials, there's also a hilarious blooper reel (read as humiliating) and that alone is worth the price of the DVD (not really). However, it is filled with more than two hours of nothing but our best tutorials from the show, and you can order yours right here. Worldwide Photo Walk "Add Your City" Deadline This Thursday The deadline for applying to have a walk in your city is coming up this Thursday, June 18th, so…

    When we started planning this year's walk, I had a meeting with my staff about finding a way to use this worldwide event to help feed the children at the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage (an orphanage that the readers of this blog have adopted, and helped to build over the past year, and it's scheduled to open in just over a month). We were looking at different ideas, when out of the blue an email came in from Rob over at Towner Jones Photography with an incredible idea; create an official Photo Walk T-shirt and have the profits from the sale of the shirts go to "Springs of Hope, Kenya." As soon as I read his email, I knew this was it! Well, with lots of Rob's logistical help (and some clever design work from our own Nicole Procunier), we now have two official…

    I've been wanting to try out Lastolite's new Kickerlite ever since I read about it back around the Photokina time frame, and while doing some shoots for my Digital Photography book, Volume 3 , I finally got a chance to use it, and I have to say, it's surprisingly sweet (and a lot better than I thought it was going to be by just looking at it and reading the description of what it's supposed to do). So, here's how it works: it sits on the floor in front of your subject (as seen above---photo by Brad Moore) and it's in the shape of a wedge aiming up at your subject (kind of like a vocal monitor for all you rock heads out there) and it kind of looks like a softbox. There's a horizontal H-shaped pole and flash bracket in the back where…

    Hi everybody. It was a late night at the studio tonight (just getting home at 1:00 am. Ugh!), so I'm gonna make this one short and sweet. Here goes: McNally's New Site Rocks! Joe McNally just intro'd a whole new look for his portfolio site (link) and his very popular blog (link) and I think the site designer did a fantastic job on both (and an especially tidy job in tying all of Joe's many projects together in one central place). One thing I particuarly like about his new site (besides the amazing images of course), is that his new site doesn't hijack your screen by expanding to full screen size (resizing my browser window without asking is a pet peeve of mine, which almost bugs me as much as a site that plays music without asking first). Anyway, love the new look of…

    Happy Thursday everybody! First, it's Thursday, and it's time for an embarrassing photo or two from my massive archive of embarrassing imagery. I debated about posting this one, not because I apparently had only one single "look" back in the mid-80s (the thrift store sports coat with the sleeves rolled up, a white shirt with a skinny tie, jeans and sneakers), but because it was taken on top of New York City's World Trade Center. The Trade Center is a very emotional symbol for us Americans (it was even emotional for me when I saw it again), but this photo, taken by my brother Jeff, is also a part of the visual history of my life, and  so I thought I would run it in memory of a wonderful day spent in one of my favorite cities, and as a tribute to 9/11 and…

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