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  • i am admittedly the least technical and gear-minded photographer i know, so to be featured on this blog is a pretty humbling experience, so first off, thanks. Photo by Ashtin Paige my name is andy barron and i live in LA. most of the stuff i shoot is music related, and more specifically tour related. my mindset of capturing images has always been to be a person first and a photographer second, so that combined with my love of music and travel has helped me get to doing what i am now. i love just being in a situation and observing, being a fly on the wall and just documenting what happens. some people might balk at this, but i love having limitations put on me when i'm shooting. whether that may be a dark backstage, a small tour bus, a tv show that…

    Hey there! Matt Kloskowski here today with an unofficial guest post. See, a while back, Scott wrote an article here on his blog called If I had $1000 to Spend on Improving My Portrait Photography, I’d Get… Well, I was talking to him later that day and he asked if I had read the blog post. I said “Heck yeah, and I wish I had thought of it first” :-) So he said I should write one for landscape photography as a guest post here. First, as Scott mentioned in his original post, this is a question we get a lot. It may not be exactly $1000, but it usually around there. It may be $1200, or $800 but it’s in the ballpark. Also, I'm going to assume you have a camera body and lenses already (we'll talk more about lenses at the end though).…

    http://youtu.be/dOthTiPSZOA Hey everyone, Brad Moore here with a quick post. Did you miss last week's episode of The Grid? Don't worry, you can still watch it right here! On this episode, Matt Kloskowski was joined by both Lou Freeman and Moose Peterson where they discussed a number of ways to stop stressing over photography and enjoy it. If you're the kind of person who worries about always getting a killer shot every time you go out? Do you think, "If I just had that one lens, I'd be able to take my photography to the next level."? This episode might help you put things in perspective and get back to enjoying the art of photography.

    In-Depth Workshops with Frank Doorhof August 29-31, Frank Doorhof will be hosting a workshop in New York City at a great location that will combine studio work, shooting with natural light, working with models, and post processing. The group is limited so there is a lot of time for personal attention. This will be a learning frenzy with loads of tips and tricks on lighting, coaching the models, getting the right expression, natural light, strobes, mixing light sources, telling a story, building a brand, retouching and much much more. If you want more info or to register, click here to book your ticket for the workshop you don’t want to miss! Frank will also be hosting two-day workshop in the Netherlands August 1-2 where he'll cover topics that you struggle with most, portfolio reviews, shooting on location with natural light and strobes, and retouching techniques. For more info…

    When you’re in high school, you’re on top of the world. You have everything figured out; a plan for everything. You’re told the next step in the road to success is college…. I started my college experience at a large university. It only took me a semester to realize that I was wasting a lot of time and money, cutting out shapes and gluing them on paper in my “introductory” art classes. Not to mention, everyone around me was more interested in the party scene. I felt like an outsider. Like, I wasn’t where I was supposed to be. I was more focused than my peers and had nobody to relate to. I felt isolated and dark, with only my art and music to turn to. So I came back home, took a semester off and continued working in a retail job. I attended…

    I've been working on this series for a while now, and I finally got enough to do a full post over at Exposure.co (so all the shots, and full story is over there. Exposure.to is designed for photographic story-telling). It's a series of famous landmarks, buildings and monuments photographed as if they were taken on a white seamless paper background, but surprisingly the white sky effect is primarily done "in-camera" (I explain it, and the post processing part of it over on the post). If you’ve got a quick minute, I hope you’ll check it out -  here's the link.  Hope you all have an awesome week this week! Best, -Scott  

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