I'm a photo educator and landscape photographer based in San Diego, California. Good natured, secretly shy, and much more comfortable behind the camera than in front of it. If you're visiting San Diego and want to meet up for some 1-on-1 coaching, contact me. You can also join one of my workshops, too.
I grew up on the beaches of New Jersey, switched coasts in the mid 1990s, and have called San Diego, California home ever since. I love travel. I have visited 32 countries across 5 continents, some places multiple times. Travel was easier in my "BC" years (Before Children), but is picking up again as my kids are getting older.
I don't swear by my gear. For the curious, I'm currently shooting with a Sony A7R and was a Nikon D7000 shooter prior to the switch to Sony. I use a Really Right Stuff tripod and Formatt-Hitech and B+W filters (for the most part). I turn to my iPhone when scouting and for shooting backgrounds (usually whenever I see interesting clouds). See my feature on Shotkit for the full contents of my camera bag.
I have produced several photography products, most recently ON1 Photo RAW Essentials and a complete course on Lightroom Asset Management. Other popular titles are Texture Blending in ON1 Layers and Making The Shot: Marin Headlands. Check out the store for more and don't forget to subscribe to my mailing list for immediate access to exclusive content and some free photo goodies, too!
In addition to this website, I'm active a variety of social media sites. Look me up!
Other Scott sightings:
- Luminar Filter Project, April 2017
- ON1 Plus Coach, March 2017
- Macphun Luminar Double Exposure Look, March 2017
- ON1 Inspiration, February 2017
- Recurring Contributor, PhotoApps.Expert, 2014 - 2017
- ON1 Inspiration, December 2016
- ON1 Inspiration, August 2016
- Building a Comprehensive Photo Storage & Backup System, PetaPixel, August 10, 2016
- PhotoJoseph's Photo Moment for July 28, 2016
- The PetaPixel Photography Podcast, Episode 91, July 2016
- ON1 Inspiration, May 2016
- Improve Photography Podcast #109, February 2015