Time is running out for you to place a bid on one of the limited edition prints to raise money for the Walk4Hearing fundraiser. Rob Jones from Towner-Jones Photography has been hosting the silent auction on his web site. The auction is nearing an end and you only have until October 11th to place your bid on the images donated by 11 great photographers (okay, 10 great photographers and me). MPIX has kindly donated to print the 11×14 images for the winning bidders, except for RC Concepcion who is donating his pano image printed on a 5 foot canvas (very sweet).
For Those That Like Concert Photography –
One of the pre-con events at Photoshop World was a concert photography workshop, hosted by Alan Hess and Scott Diussa. The class got a chance to photograph Scott Kelby’s band, Big Electric Cat as the practiced on stage for their After Hours Party the following evening. I spoke to a couple of people that had attended the workshop and they were completely stoked on the class and what they learned. I hadn’t actually seen any images from the class, except for one shot of Scott playing guitar, looking like a major league rock star. That shot was by Alan Hess.
Last night I found the rest of Alan’s shots of the band (and students) at work on his website, Shot Live Photo. There are some great shots of the boys in the band and it’s clearly obvious that Alan is the guy you want to talk to if you want to get great concert images. If you want to see more info about Alan and the other stuff he did at Photoshop World, check out his blog page.
I’m keeping it short today. So much to do and so little time. Have a great Wednesday!