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  • Monthly Archives March 2007

    I'm pretty darn excited to announce that I'm kicking off a Nationwide U.S. Lightroom tour, starting next month, where I'll be teaching "The New Digital Photography Workflow" using Lightroom and Photoshop. If you're a pro photographer, or a serious shooter, then this day was designed from the ground-up for you, and you're going to see everything done step-by-step, from start to finish. I begin each seminar with a live in-class portrait shoot, using a full studio lighting set-up (you'll get all the details), and I take you through each step from initial shoot, through sorting, developing, presenting the proofs to the client, and even outputting the final prints live in class. The tour is sponsored by Adobe, Westcott, and Epson, and is produced by NAPP. We're adding more cities, but the first cities, dates, and a full class schedule is now online at PhotoshopSeminars.com…

    It's Friday, and well…it's Friday! :-)• My buddy Jeff Revell turned me on to this before/after retouching site (called "DigitalRETOUCH"), and it uses a very clever Flash-based method for showing the before and after retouches, color correction and shaping. The image you see on screen is the "after' photo, then you drag a scrubber bar below the photo to the right and as you drag the "before" image is revealed (so you can pause anytime for a split/screen view). Note: before you visit the site, be forewarned there are some fashion photos that contain nudity. Not just nudity, but bare nudie, naked, nakedness). Now that you know; here's the link. •When Dave Cross teaches a Photoshop session, the average size of the class is around 600 people, but for a intimate group of just 20 lucky people, you'll not only get to spend the…

    Two Photoshops? Yup. It's official; when CS3 ships (sometime this spring), there will be, for the first time ever, two editions of Photoshop: a Standard and an Extended edition. (That's why the splash screen on the free Public Beta Preview version of CS3 says "Standard Edition"---so you knew there had to be some other version, right?). Photoshop CS3 Extended has all the features of the Standard version plus an extended feature set (Adobe hasn't revealed the exact features quite yet---they're saving it for the official launch event announced yesterday to be held in New York City on March 27, 2007). In Adobe's press release today (which I'm honored to be quoted in) they did reveal that the Extended version includes "...a new set of capabilities for integration of 3-D and motion graphics, image measurement and analysis. Photoshop CS3 Extended also simplifies the workflow for…

    Here's what's going on:• It's official; Adobe will be making their official CS3 annoucment on March 27th (not just Photoshop, but the full Creative Suite Product Line) at a special "Launch Event" in New York City. As John Nack noted on this blog; this is the official announcement of features; not the shipping date for the product. Here's the scoop straight from Adobe's PR blog. • Even though it's still nearly a month away, the Photoshop World Conference and Expo (coming up in Boston April 4-6) has already broken our all-time East Coast attendance record by more than 300 people, and it's very likely that the conference will reach maximum capacity within just a few day, and be the first Photoshop World ever to sell out in advance. When we reach the sold-out mark, we will start a cancellation waiting list, so if someone…

    I'm pretty darn psyched (and totally honored) to announce that B&H Photo has put together a "Scott Kelby Location Kit" with all the cool location lighting stuff I've been talking about here in my blog, and in my live sessions (as seen above--of course, you have to provide the flash and I use two Nikon SB-800s because I shoot with Nikon gear, but the kit works with any off-camera hot-shoe mounted flashes). The kit includes two Lastolite tri-grip diffusion panels, two lightweight (yet surprisingly sturdy) 8' light stands with two regular Bogen/Monfrotto clamps for holding the diffusion panels; and two of their "Justin" clamps, which let you mount hot-shoe flashes and position them in any direction using the built-in ball head, and two of the same lightstands come with that. Plus, it comes with a Westcott 6-in-one reflector and a very slickly designed Impact…

    Here's what happening out there (and by "out there" I mean, over there where I'm pointing):• Last week Adobe did an offical online "Lightroom Launch Party" and NAPP was invited to host one of the sections of the party, live from NAPP headquarters, but I was out in Yosemite and Matt & Dave were out at Adobe at a training workshop, so instead I produced a short video clip live from Yosemite at the Digital Landscape Workshop Series (DLWS), where I was doing a Lightroom class. It's a short clip, and you get to see behind the scenes at the workshop, and the students reaction to Lightroom. Click here to watch the video online. • Lots more news tomorrow (hopefully including some more photos from Yosemite), so we'll see you then! • Nikon has launched a special Web site with loads of information on…

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