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  • Monthly Archives March 2010

    Photoshop World App Updated We just released an updated version of our Photoshop World iPhone App, which includes both new features (including an Opening Keynote countdown clock, plus lots of tweaks to the "My Schedule" feature, including the ability to erase your schedule and delete all saved data), along with some bug fixes. You can download the free App from the iTunes Store, or just follow this link. Loved Nick's Post Yesterday I really found Nick's Guest Blog post yesterday fascinating (I especially thought his impressions of Michelle Obama and Annie Leibovitz were great), and his behind-the-scenes perspective, and advice, were really insightful and inspiring. Thanks Nick for a great guest post! Come spend the day with me in Chicago The next stop on my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers" tour is Chicago, IL on Friday, April 9th, and I hope you can join…

    Photo by Karen Lenz My New York adventure started over four years ago while I was working as Studio Manager for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. I was with the workshops for three seasons, and during that time I was fortunate enough to work closely with an incredibly diverse group of photographers, from Norman Jean Roy to Joe McNally to Platon. My first winter season in Santa Fe was also the first workshop for Platon, and I ended up hitting it off with both him and his first assistant (Andreas Konrath). Immediately after that season’s end I traveled to New York, checked into the Vanderbilt YMCA (which is a MUST if you want the true New York experience) and began my first of three internships at his studio. Internships are an integral part of the hiring process in the New York photo industry. It…

    Nick Rapaz! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to help photograph the First Lady, Annie Leibovitz, or world leaders at the UN? Nick gives us a peek into all of those situations from his time as a full-time assistant working with Platon, as well as life as a freelance assistant.  He also shares about one of the things people don't think about often when it comes to photographing busy people - the choreography of the shoot.  It's a very interesting look into setting up for what could be a timeless and iconic portrait of someone in a matter of seconds. Some of you may recognize Nick from the Light Shaping Tools, Part 2 Kelby Online Training class with Joe McNally.  This was the first time I (Brad) met Nick, and I have to tell you that he is one crazy guy,…

    My buddy Terry White has been running a very fun series on his blog called "Tech Profiles" where he does this really short burst of questions, mostly related to how you use technology, and he asked me to do one, and it's up live at this link. At the end, he asks, "Anything else?" so I wrote five things most people wouldn't know about me, and those five have a sparked a number of comments on Terry's blog, including this one: "Kelby seems less god-like now. Thanks, Terry!" Yikes! Anyway, if you want to read all the gory details, it's right here. Thanks from me too, Terry, for giving me yet another platform to look silly to large groups of people. ;-)

    Well, the party's over, and I'm headed back home after a wonderful experience at Professional Imaging 2010 (photo above of me presenting by Jeff Revell). Yesterday, they really had my scheduled packed from morning 'till night non-stop, with another Keynote, my Photoshop & Lightroom Killer Tips class, my Photoshop Master Class, two interviews, and a press briefing on the 20th anniversary of Photoshop. I'm beat! Yesterday morning Jeff Revell and my brother Jeff came to the show for a while, and Jeff was pretty psyched to see they had some of his "Snapshots to Great Shots" camera how-to books for sale at the Pearson expo bookstore (that's Jeff posing with one of his books above---photo from my iPhone). (Above: A mix of the Dutch Translations of my books, along with some English language versions). Last night we headed into Utrecht, and had an amazing…

    (Above: one side of Nikon's booth on the show floor at PI 2010). Hi Gang: Had an awesome day yesterday at Professional Imaging 2010 at the NBC in Utrecht, Netherlands. The Dutch are just about the most gracious and fun folks to present to ever! (Above: A shot of me aiming at something that I'm certain, after looking at my memory card, has no visual interest whatsoever. Photo by Jeff Revell). The Ones That Got Away I got into town on Saturday, after spending a day and a half in Brugges, Belgium shooting some of the most uninspiring photos ever (I think the chilly weather froze my creativity. Yes, that's how desperate I am to describe my lack of ability to take a single decent photo in a day and a half of shooting). (Above: Frank Doorhof during one of his Elinchrom portrait lighting…

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