The Ebb & (Work)Flow

December 27, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
In between Christmas & New Year's, I finally have nothing to do and I'm away from household chores long enough to remember that I have a blog. So I'm using this year's free time to talk about workflow. Now, there are several different choices folks have in software, and while I have Aperture 3, Photoshop CS5.5, and iPhoto, my go-to software for ph...
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Calling the Shots

July 23, 2011  •  Leave a Comment
One of the most difficult things that I (or any sports photographer) have to deal with is the schedule of events. A couple of months ago I was shooting the Dominioin Riverrock for the Sports Backers. Over the 3 years since it's inception, Riverrock has gone from a day and a half of trail running, mountain biking, trick aerial biking, dog jumping, a...
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Road to Nowhere

November 22, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
I've covered the last event of 2010 for the Richmond Sports Backers - the Suntrust Richmond Marathon. I have one more scheduled job for the year with the VCU School of Nursing in December, then it's time to go into hibernation I guess! Not a chance! I have the Adobe CS5 Master Collection and Scott Kelby's "Lightroom 3 for Digital Photographers" +...
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Is Death the 'D' in DSLR?

July 19, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
In April, my wife and I got iPhones (3Gs for those reading the news everyday). She needed a new phone, and we were on the same plan, so we made the jump. I left a Blackberry Storm, and boy am I glad I did. Holy Stuff! what a phenomenal machine the iPhone is. But I'm not trying to get you to switch phones, I just want to point out the iPhone camera...
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What is with the "2-song" access??

May 18, 2010  •  Leave a Comment
4 days straight of shooting. 2 days of Dominion Riverrock, 1 with both the Carytown 10K and Willem's soccer, and a Monday morning VCU Nursing gig. The Riverrock was stressful. All the events this year took place in the late afternoon and evening. And most of them overlapped, making full coverage nearly impossible. I bagged the idea of getting out...
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