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  • Monthly Archives January 2008

    The amazing David Ziser has been in town since last week working on his on-location wedding shoot for KelbyTraining.com, and I stopped by and crashed their shoot yesterday at a local church. I stayed just long enough to take a few quick shots (as seen above), but while I was there I watched him tape a short segment and I have to tell you---David Ziser flat out rocks! He is, without a doubt, one of the best teachers out there, and the stuff he imparts in his teaching you just don't find anywhere else. He makes it all so clear, so simple, and it just makes so much sense. I can't wait to watch his entire class when it goes online (should be within just few weeks). Besides traveling the world shooting high-end weddings, and teaching both the photography and the business side of…

    [kml_flashembed movie="http://scottkelby.com/blog/flash/lab-frontier.swf" width="450" height="335" wmode="transparent" /] As promised, here's the full intro to Dan's new advanced Photoshop Lab Color Frontier online class, and I posted the full intro for two reasons: Dan's the real deal. He's brash, outspoken, and he "calls 'em like he sees 'em." You've got to hear it in his own words. Plus, you've got to love any class intro that's rated PG, and I particularly enjoy the way Dan both scares you away, and then at the same time nearly dares you to take his class. You've got to watch the full intro because at one point not only does Dan somehow manage to draw a connection between Shakespeare and Photoshop Lab Color, but he actually kind of acts out a scene from Shakespeare's King Henry IV, Part One. But here's the most surprising thing; he does it so darn…

    Hi folks: here's what's up: Photographer Alan Hess from ShotLivePhoto.com sent me the photo above (click for a larger version) which he took of Nikon shooters on the sidelines of the San Diego Chargers vs. Detroit Lions game late last year. Thanks Alan, for sharing your photo with my readers (and check out Alan's fantastic concert photography if you get a chance--here's the link). When I was checking out Terry's video on Elements 6 for Mac yesterday, I wound up over at Terry's Tech Blog, where he's got a great in-depth review of Wacom's new lightweight 12" Cintiq 12WX and if you've ever dreamed of having a Cintiq, this is your chance. By the way, Corey Barker's been using one here in his office, and I got to play around with it, and I've got to tell ya---it absolutely rocks! Here's the link to…

    Don't miss this week's episode of Photoshop User TV (you can watch it right online), as we taped the show last week live from the KelbyTraining.com booth on the show floor of PPA's Imaging USA show at the Tampa Convention Center (the photo above was taken during the taping by Corey Barker). Matt, Dave, and I each gave previews from some of our online classes, and RC did a tour of the Expo, along with some interviews with vendors and photographers at the show. You can watch the show right here.

    A huge congratulations to my buddy Matt Kloskowski, who yesterday ran in the Disney Marathon (that's Matt and his brother crossing the finish line after running 26.2 miles in the 80°+ Florida heat! Click on the photo for a much larger view). RC, my brother Jeff, and I were there to photograph Matt's race, and text him with unmotivating messages while he ran, (including a play-by-play of our breakfast at Disney's Polynesian Resort while Matt was in the middle of his race. I'd text him with stuff like, "Hey, RC, can you pass the maple syrup? Whoops, sorry Matt--that text was supposed to be for RC." and stuff like, "Man, we've been waiting so long in this breakfast line. I'm beat!" and worse). Despite all our text jokes, Matt finished the race and we're all so proud of him, and just amazed at his…

    I've been getting a number of emails, and posts here on the blog, about my book, "The Photoshop Seven-Point System," so I thought I'd put together a short Q&A that will hopefully address some of the most frequent questions. Here we go: Q. I can't find out where to download the photos used in the book. Where are they? A. The download link is listed in the last place you'd look; the book's introduction. That's why from here on out, I'm including the link in more places in the book. Q. Why don't you just put the link here? A. It's because the downloadable images are just for people who are using "The System." Q. I'm trying to use Lightroom instead of Photoshop CS3, but it won't let me take an image from Lightroom into Photoshop CS3 as a Smart Object. How come? A.…

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