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  • Monthly Archives August 2009

    I just learned last night that for the first time ever, B&H Photo will have their own live Training Theater on the Photoshop World Expo Floor in Vegas (the conference is coming up Oct 1-3, 2009 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino). I'm going to try and weasel my way into their theater for a couple of demos myself (maybe of the Westcott Spiderlites or the new Elinchrom Quadra gear, or both), but since I just learned about it last night, I haven't confirmed anything yet, but I'll let ya know as soon as the schedule is announced. (Note: the photo above is of the Kelby Training Theater on the Expo floor). Also, just a heads up: I don't know if the room rates in Vegas have ever been less (well, certainly not since we've been doing our conference there), and airfares are…

    Win Some Sweet Adobe Goodies Layers Magazine (the how-to magazine for everything Adobe) is running a contest called "How Photoshop CS4 Saved The Day" where you tell about a time you were in a jam and you used Photoshop CS4 to save the day (Basically, they're looking for your creative solutions to everyday challenges). They pick weekly winners (for the next five weeks) which get a copy of Lightroom 2, plus an Adobe 18-1 Card Reader, an 8GB USB Drive, and a three-year subscription to Layers. Plus you'll be featured in a Layers magazine article and on the website, as well the Adobe website. At the end they pick one grand prize winner who gets the entire Adobe Creative Suite Design Premium or Web Premium (or equivalent value), a full conference pass to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, a one-year subscription to Kelby…

    Since I ran that video clip about my Sports Shoot Contest, I've had dozens of requests about how I hang the prints seen behind me in my office (above), and I actually did a little blurb about them already (they're from IKEA, and they're called "Klang." If I remember correctly, which I seldom do, they're around $14). But I'm still getting lots of questions, and here's why: You can only get them (Klang) at a physical IKEA store (they're not available online from IKEA.com) Without seeing what a "Klang" actually looks like (my prints cover them up), it's hard know what you're looking for if do you go to the store. Luckily, Matt had one still in its wrapper, leaning against a wall in his office, so I borrowed it for the photo you see above (Note: I know you want the caption to…

    Just wanted to give you guys a heads up: We've put together a special  "Library Bundle" of "The Digital Photography Book" which contains all three volumes (Volumes 1, 2 & the new Volume 3) and it includes a FREE Limited Edition Slipcase (Shown above). It's only $44.95 for the bundle (if you're a NAPP member, it's only $36.99), and you can order yours right here. If you already own all three books, and just want the Limited Edition slipcover,  you can buy just the slipcase for $11.95. Here's that link.

    You guys know I'm a hooked on Alltop.com (it's how I keep up with everything. Well, that and my daily call from Terry White), but for some reason I only look at Alltop on my Mac, until last week I saw how Alltop works on the iPhone with their new mobile version. It's the formatting. You still see the top five headlines from all your favorite blogs (you can see the one's I follow daily at http://my.alltop.com/scottkelby), and what I love about Alltop on my computer (the simplicity) is amplified on my iPhone. Next time you're on your iPhone, check out Alltop.com and you'll see what I mean.

    Back at Photoshop World in Boston, I did a two-part class on Portrait Retouching. In the first part, I went through the most requested current retouching techniques, but in the 2nd part (held the following day), I spent the first class on more techniques, taking it further, but then I did a live shoot (with a professional model), and then took the images from the shoot and did a full start-to-finish live retouch right in the class. Well, last night I was looking the latest issue of HOW magazine, and I saw a new print ad for NAPP (seen above) and they used the actual before and after photo that I retouched live in the class, and I thought I'd share that here (if you click on the ad; you'll see the larger version). Anyway, the reason I'm sharing all this is; I'm doing…

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