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  • Monthly Archives January 2010

    We’ve snagged the first killer “this weekend only” deal of the year—this time from Expo Imaging (the same people who bring you ExpoDisc) on their Ray Flash ring flash adapter (here's the link to learn more about Ray Flash). Here’s the deal: For this weekend only, they are offering you (the readers of my blog), 15% OFF a Ray Flash which turns your regular Nikon or Canon flash into a ring flash, so that takes the price down to $169.95 (from its normal street price of $199.95). When you place your order, you have to use this Promo Code to get the special discount: Promo Code: KELBYXMAS I've used the Ray Flash myself (in fact, I talked about it in Volume 3 of my Digital Photography Book), and it really does a pretty amazing job of giving you the ring flash look without the…

    s Extended Interview with Chase Jarvis In this week's episode of Photoshop User TV (link), we had a very special guest in the studio; famous photographer Chase Jarvis. We did an interview with Chase on the show, and there is so much to this guy, and he's got so many cool things going on, that we went way beyond the allotted time on the show, so we put the full extended version of the interview online (where he even answers some questions from his Twitter followers and NAPP members), and you can catch that all right here. The Top 10 Fonts of 2009! MyFonts.com (where I buy most of my fonts) listed their Top 10 most popular fonts of 2009, and there are some great fonts in there (I loved Liza Display Pro and Champion Script Pro). Here's the link to check out their…

    Before we get to the news; it was such an honor to have Bill Frakes as my guest blogger yesterday, and I just wanted to give him a big thanks for kicking off 2010 with a bang!!!! Thanks Bill---that rocked!!! Now, onto the news: The first great quote of 2010 It came from Seth Godin's blog (which is a must-read daily blog from one of my favorite business authors), and here's what Seth said that earned him my "First Great Quote of 2010" distinction: “When was the last time a bad guy was foiled because he couldn't use a good camera to take a picture of a tourist attraction?” Come on, you gotta love anybody that so "gets it" like Seth. Here's the link to Seth's blog. My Photo Recipes DVD/Book is Sold Out! Be careful what you wish for, right? I just announced…

    My first live seminar of the year is coming up at the end of this month as we bring my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers" tour to the Arlington Convention Center (just outside Dallas) on Friday, January 29th. I'm teaching five classes during full-day seminar: My "Seven-Point System" for Camera Raw Portrait Retouching Techniques Killer Photoshop Tips for Photographers Printing Techniques and How to Show Your Work My Photoshop Editing Workflow, from Start to Finish Here's the full class schedule, more details, and how to sign up (it's just $99 for the full day, including the printed workbook and goodies disc, or just $79 for NAPP members). I hope I'll get to meet you in person in Dallas in just a few weeks!

    There is no off position on my visual switch.  I am constantly watching, thinking, calculating, enjoying. For me this is a marathon, not a sprint.  I want the images I make to have meaning now, and later.  I am as engaged and passionate about the work now as I was that first magical time I saw a print pop up in the developer.  And that was a few million images ago. I fully enjoy technology.  Okay, I LOVE technology.  It’s fun to have, hold and appreciate just for itself.  But what’s important about it is that it allows me to constantly upgrade the way I work. For me using new stuff to make my work easier is just being lazy.  I need to use it to make the storytelling better.  I carry Nikon cameras that can see in the dark.  I’m amazed at how…

    Legendary sports photographer and photojournalist Bill Frakes. I (Brad) have been a fan of Bill's work since before I knew his name.  His images and stories have always left an impression on me as a growing photographer.  He's a staff photographer for Sports Illustrated, and has photographed everyone from President Obama to Michael Jordan to Tim Tebow. In his blog for tomorrow, he discusses the transition from film to digital, his love of technology, and his passion for storytelling.  He also includes a heart wrenching, yet inspiring multimedia piece on the story of his friend who lost her leg to cancer early in life, but has gone on to live her dream. Bill was also one of the first people to get his hands on a D3s and created the video below for Nikon. So come back tomorrow and enjoy what Bill has in…

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