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  • Monthly Archives December 2007

    Howdy folks; here's what goin' on: I'm honored to announce that Amazon.com has launched a "Scott Kelby Boutique" page, (which is basically a one-stop-shop for finding my books--see above), but it also has something you might find helpful; I did a a series of short video clips to explain, in my own words, what each of my latest books is all about (the Vol. 2 book isn't there yet, because it's still on press). You can check it out right here. Photoshop User magazine columnist (and well known author and trainer), Sean Duggan will be teaching a"Digital Black and White" hands on workshop out at the Lepp Institute for Digital Imaging out in Los Osos, California on Feb 18 - 22nd, 2008. For the full scoop on his course (or to register---seating is VERY limited), click this link. Congratulations to Jefferson Graham and Ed…

    I've spent the past two weeks, many hours, had two meetings with Nikon Professional Services staff, and taken thousands of photos with my new Nikon D300 and I'm ready to spill the beans and let you know what's hot (and what's not) about Nikon's new arrival. Here's the straight scoop: First, Why I Bought a D300: I hate to admit it, but the main reason I bought a D300 in the first place is because of the bigger LCD screen on the back. I know that sounds silly, but it's true (I had only actually held a D300 once; at Photoshop World, and then only for about three minutes. I spent much more time with the D3, as I actually got to shoot with it on location in Montana). Of course, I tried to justify the purchase by telling myself that there were other…

    Here are some shots from our sunset shoot in Maui last Thursday (click on any one for a larger view). I was lucky enough to have my buddies Joe McNally and Anne Cahill join me for this second shoot (we were all guests of photographer Randy Braun who put the shoot together), and when the sun started to set, I pulled out my Nikon SB-800 Flash unit for some location lighting. (Joe, Annie, and I all had one, but we only used one flash at a time). I set mine to Wireless mode, so I could use the flash off camera, and control it right from my camera, using the Nikon D300's pop-up flash to trigger the wireless unit (when you do this, the pop-up flash doesn't light your subject---it just sends out a light pulse that fires the wireless SB-800). We each started…

    Hi Everybody. Here's a couple of quickies (more photo posts coming tomorrow): Bert Monroy is our very special guest on this week's episode of Photoshop User TV (watch it here online), and we also do Part 2 of our live "Holiday Gear Guide" which we started on last week's show. Also, if you didn't catch my Gozno Gear Guide in the print edition of Layers Magazine, you can read it right here. Moose Peterson has launched a special micro-site dedicated to his user review of the Nikon D3, and in true Moose fashion, it's very well done. Lot's of quick, to the point info, and this new site is already generating lots of buzz in the community. Here's the link. James Dempsey (of the excellent CreativeGuy.com blog) has put together an article in Macworld magazine called the "Grab bag of tips for Photoshop" (he…

    First, thanks to the nearly 300 of you who took the time to post thoughtful, in-depth, and creative ideas for how to get my book intros read by more readers. I sat down and read each and every post in its entirely, and honestly, I really learned a lot. Here's some of what I learned: A lot of you admitted to skipping over the intros entirely (which confirmed to me that I need to try something new). However, It was really nice to see how many of you not only read my full intros, but totally "get" my quirky sense of humor, and why I have been writing the intros the way I have. It does seem like perhaps more readers just quickly skim or just scan the intros, though A lot of people think they should be shorter and more concise A lot…

    I'm back, baby!!!! :-)Before we get to the story of the shots you see above, first a quick thanks to everyone who came out to my Honolulu Lightroom Live seminar. You guys were absolutely a joy to present to, and it was a really great way to end the year. My buddy (and one of the world's best shooters), Joe McNally was there teaching the class with me (Joe did all the Live Shoots that day), and we just had a blast. Joe is simply amazing, and having him there took the class to the next level for sure.Also, we had some celebrities drop by, as Photoshop World instructors Eddie Tapp and Randy Hufford both took in the day, and I was careful to make sure I harassed them both sufficiently. ;-)I also worked in two shoots during this trip; the first on Honolulu…

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