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  • Monthly Archives July 2009

    Hi gang: here's what's up: Scott Bourne Rocks! A big thanks to Scott Bourne over at PhotoFocus.com for including my blog in his post called "My Favorite Online Places to Get More Info About Photography." Here's the link to check out all this picks (Thanks Scott---it's a honor to be included in such great company). Just Four Days Left..... Don't forget about Rob Jone's wonderful offer of a matching donation on the official Photo Walk t-shirts. The deadline is July 31st (at this point with Rob's matching donation, every shirt you buy creates at $10 donation to the Spring of Hope Kenya Orphanage). Here's the link. Matt's Workflow Video We're getting a lot of love from Matt's Lightroom workflow video that he did for the photo walk participants. If you haven't had a chance to check it out, it's right here. A totally kick-butt…

    I just took a look, and sure enough, it's there (early)---my new book, "The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 3" is in stock at Amazon.com (well, at least it was last night when I wrote this). Plus, it's only $16.50. (Cheap!) >> Update: it's now only $14.99! If you want to see what the book is all about, I did a video about what's in this volume (which is all new, from the ground up), over at the World Wide Photo Walk site (here's the link; watch the video on the home page called "A Message From Scott."). I got my first copy late last week, and I was really excited. A big thanks to my amazing in-house production staff (including my in-house Editor Kim Doty to whom the book is dedicated); a hugh high-five to my awesome assistant and digital tech Brad Moore who…

    You guys know (at least I hope you know) that I read every comment you guys post on blog. I answer as many as a I can; I fix problems that you guys point out, and I really value your input and advice. When I did my post about my guest instructor gig at Joe McNally's Workshop in St. Lucia, I saw a comment posted that really made me stop and sit up. It was a criticism, but he did it in such a kind, respectful way, that I really had to give it its due. He said that my photos didn't look nearly as sharp as the photos on Joe McNally's blog, and he thought I must be doing something wrong. He was right I scrolled down the post, looked at the photos, and I thought the same exact thing. They do look…

    . ...and as amazing as that is, it's about to get better!!! First, an update. You probably already know that $5 from the sale of every official "Worldwide Photo Walk t-shirt" goes straight to the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage, and you probably also know that the man to thank for the idea was Rob Jones from Towner Jones Photography. Well, this week Rob let me know that we sold more than 1,000 official t-shirts, which we means we'll be sending more than $5,000 to the Orphanage right as they're opening their doors for the first time, and giving some very deserving children a home. I was thrilled that we were able to raise $5,000, but Rob wasn't. He wants to do more, and that's why, Towner Jones Photography will match the $5 donation from every shirt sold between now and the end of…

    I haven't done an update in a few weeks on some of the new classes we've posted on Kelby Training Online, and we've got some really great ones I wanted to share, including: How to Clean your DSLR Sensor (with Laurie Excell). (view lessons) Copyright Registration with Jack Reznicki and Attorney Ed Greenberg. (view lessons) This next one has been up for a few weeks, but I haven't mentioned it, and it's a really cool class. Successful Pre-Production for Location Shooting, with Richard Riley. (view lessons) Also, I've been working on my own new series of online classes called: "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" ...where I take you from an empty studio, all the way through the lighting set-up, through the live shoot (and the process of getting the shot), and then taking those shots into Lightroom and Photoshop for the final edits…

    Hi folks: Well, now that most of the Photo Walk stuff is out of the way (until we come to the judging portion, then all %&$* will break loose), here's what's up: The Free Prize Inside (apologies to Seth Godin) First, I want to talk about yesterday's Guest Blog from Bryan Hughes, because there was a "Free Prize Inside" a lot of people missed (and I'm not talking about the unprecedented super-early reveal of three user-driven improvements to the next version of Photoshop), but something bigger that a lot of people missed entirely. In fact, one of my buddies called me late last night, and said, "I saw you Tweet that something really surprising was in Bryan's post, and I skimmed it, but didn't catch it." A lot of people missed the fact that Bryan, Photoshop Product Manager for Adobe, actually gave out his…

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