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  • Monthly Archives June 2008

    So sorry for the late post today; more on why next week: I had a number of questions from the past week or so (on the Ring Flash review and other stuff as well) that I thought I'd address to get this week rolling. Here we go: Q. I think the Ring Flash looks kind of harsh. Do you really like this look? A. Honestly, I'm not a big fan of the Ring Flash look. In fact, my buddy Matt Kloskowski and I were just talking about how we weren't crazy about the flat look it gives. and that it is kind of hot and harsh. Now, that being said; please don't judge the effect of Ring Flash by the first time I really gave it a go---it takes practice (and I probably wouldn't use it as my only light, as I did in…

    I don't know if you'll remember back a few months, when I asked for any feedback from my readers on a ring flash adapter made in UK, that connects to your existing hot-shoe flash to give you a ring flash look without buying a heavy/expensive ring flash? At the time it wasn't available in the US, and I was asking if anybody had any experience with it, because I was interesting in playing around with ring flash, as it become very popular with fashion photographers, and now you see that broad flat lighting look popping up everywhere (and it's especially good for Macro photography). Anyway, one day I'm sitting in our conference room after a meeting had just wrapped up and I look over in Larry Becker's office, and I see Larry taking a shot with a ring flash. I shot right in there…

    First, a big thanks to the wonderful Moose Peterson for his inspiring story yesterday. He really brought things into perspective for many of us (myself included), and I can't thank him enough for sharing his story and insights. Now, onto some news quickies: One of my favorite photography podcasts has been "The Digital Photography Show" and last week I did an in-depth interview with one of the hosts, Scott Sherman, and we covered a wide range of topics, I shared a few photography tips (you have to hear how he tricked me, and put me on the spot, into giving them----it'll crack you up). Anyway, it's online now at this link. One of my readers, David Langston, brought this site to my attention, called PhotoPermit.org, and it has lots of stories relating to photo permits, the hassles of photographing today in public places, and…

    Today we released a brand new online training course on KelbyTraining.com that was filmed live on location at Photoshop World Orlando. The idea was to give everybody a feel for what it's really like being at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and it includes a number of short segments from some of the actual training classes, some behind-the-scenes looks at the show (Including some of the special events), along with a mini-Tech Expo tour highlighting some of the new stuff from the trade show floor. Also, we're making this special class available to NAPP members for free; just use the link on the NAPP members home page, and then simply sign-on with your NAPP user name and password and you'll be able to take this 2 1/2+ hour online class for free.

    A Lifetime in the Making The old, green, “retired” warden’s Bronco stops with a lurch. The door swings open out of my hand, the truck is pointing down the steep grade. “The road is washed out beyond here, gotta walk the rest of the way.” I got up at 02:20, drove thirty minutes to meet up with the biologists and then drove another forty minutes to get to this point. The sun is a rumor on the horizon when I grab my camera gear and head off while attempting to keep up with the 24yr old springbuck biologists I’m working with this day. Down we go at an alarming rate and speed in the darkness, alarming because we’d have to hike back up the same grade to get back to the truck. A mile down the grade, the antenna goes up and the signal…

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