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  • http://youtu.be/ff7nltdBCHs In February of 2012 I did my first post for Scott’s guest blog called It’s All About The Jaw! I’m not particularly keen on writing, so I decided to do it as a video blog on the very first direction I give everyone who steps foot in front of my camera. It ended up being a huge hit and was his most popular guest post of 2012. Having outdone myself the first time, I found myself pushing off a second attempt in fear of not being able to live up to the hype. Well, I finally got the courage to create my second effort and you can judge for yourself whether it makes the cut or not. It’s the second in this little series I’m doing and it’s called It’s All About The Squinch! I know what you are thinking... What the heck is squinching?…

    Hi Gang: Sorry I've missed the last couple of days of blogging (it's been crazy around here, and my travel schedule is…well…crazy! I was in Denver Sunday, Miami Monday (still down here, shooting an online class with Jeremy Cowart today), and then I'm back in Tampa tonight. Whew! Anyway, it was an amazing game to cover, and the weather held up and it really wasn't too cold. In fact, it was great weather for a game. Brisk, but not windy. I came away with 60 overall keepers from the game and 62 image for the assignment I was on (which was to cover four specific players, but mostly Peyton Manning, and I have a ton of shots of him). Down goes the photographer A lot of you saw me get knocked over late in the 4th quarter, on a play that was reviewed (so…

    The Art of Photography: Peter Read Miller's 30 Years with Sports Illustrated Join Mia McCormick and world-renowned sports photographer, Peter Read Miller, as they sit down to discuss Peter’s vast experience covering events for Sports Illustrated. During the course of their conversation Peter shares the story of how he got started shooting sports, the importance of networking across the industry, why capturing the peak of action is critical to creating a successful image, how to stay on your game over the long haul, and so much more! You can check out this and all of Peter's classes right here, and leave a comment for your chance to win a free rental of this class! Kelby Training Live Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, Matt Kloskowski, or RC Concepcion? Check out these seminar tours! Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby Nov 14 – New York,…

    Life On Set One of the most common topics that I get questions surrounding is what happens on set for a large production. All too often it is a personal aspect of a photographer and kept secret from those that are just making their way into the industry. While I do believe that learning through trial and error strengthens our overall knowledge base, I do not like the idea of keeping my approach secret when I could help others from experiencing some of the snags that I have hit along the way. I figured I would take a few moments today to give some of the young photographers an idea of what to expect and what will be expected of them on a production and some ways to be successful. R.E.S.P.E.C.T. I wish I could say that this one goes without saying, however it…

    …AC Jacobs for his winning entry from the Binghamton, New York Photo Walk. To see the nine runner’s up, chosen by your votes, visit the official site: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/peoples-choice-results/ My hearty congratulations to AC, and all this year’s "People’s Choice" Runner’s Up. :) -Scott P.S. I hope to have details on the Leader’s Competition later today. 

    Today is Veterans Day here in the US, and I wanted to take a moment to honor and thank the men and women who have served in our country’s military, and who fought to defend the very freedoms we enjoy today. America owes you a debt of gratitude for your service and sacrifice, and I just wanted to join in with a heartfelt thanks.

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