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  • Monthly Archives June 2010

    Wow. Let me tell you, I never thought this would happen. Guest blogging for Scott Kelby didn't even come into my dreams it was so crazy. It is an incredible honor to be able to talk about my photography to so many people, and to follow the long list of fantastic photographers that make up the Scott Kelby guest blog "Hall of Fame." I started taking pictures about 4 years ago, around my 12th birthday. My family was just about to go on vacation to Arizona, and right beforehand I got an Olympus C-765 UZ. It was my second digital camera (the first was a Fujifilm, but it broke pretty quickly). I don't really know what prompted my initial interest in photography. I like to think it was the thrill of capturing a moment in time and being able to revisit again and again.…

    First, a big thanks to everyone who posted such thoughtful and in-depth comments yesterday. I read all of them (over a 130), and not only did you guys make some great points (on both sides of the ball), everybody remained very civil throughout a topic that often sets "guns a blazin'" Way to go! Because yesterday's post resonated with a lot of folks, I wanted to do a brief follow-up post today based on a some of your comments, and I was hoping to get your thoughts and ideas on a couple of topics: First, just what constitutes an "Over-the-top" HDR shot? What do you (we, us, they) consider an over-the-top shot? Take a look at the images above, taken by my buddy, and HDR expert, RC Concepcion. I love both of those shots. They both got loads of HDR tone-mapping going on (though…

    Next Friday, Join "The Photoshop Guys" in New York Over 1,400 people have already registered for our after hours event, "The Photoshop CS5 Summit" in New York City next Friday---the 25th, at The Hammerstein, at Manhattan Center. It kicks off at 4:30 pm. It's totally free, and you gotta be here. Here are all the details (watch the short video first), and there's a link to sign up there, too. I hope to see you there! Free Online Seminar: Monitor Calibration Finally Explained This sounds good! Manfrotto and DataColor are hosting a free online Webinar to finally make Monitor Calibration simple. Don't miss it (here are all the details, and you can sign up there, too). If you don't need this seminar, I bet you know somebody who does. Pass it on. :) Quick Photo Walk Update Over 650 cities, and over 11,000 walkers…

    I remember showing someone one of my black and white prints a few years ago---and I could tell there was something they really didn't like about it. They stared at it for a minute or so, and then said, "Why is it in black and white?" I told them that the shot was originally taken in color, and that I had converted it to black and white in Photoshop, and they said something along the lines of "Why would you do that?" After talking a little longer, they just told me flat out that they just didn't like black and white photography. Never had, and they couldn't understand why anyone would take a perfectly good color image and remove all the color. (Sigh). I understand that everybody has different tastes, and some folks just don't like black and white, or duotones, and some people…

    Well, it's time to take the new show on the road! :-)  Today I'm officially announcing the kick off of my Lightroom 3 Live! Tour, and two more cities: Here's the kick-off leg: Monday, July 12th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Friday, July 16th Matt Kloskowski will take the tour to Boston, MA Monday, July 19th I'm back with the tour in New York City We've totally updated the tour to take advantage of Lightroom 3's new features, and we've tweaked the whole tour to make your Lightroom workflow faster, easier and more fun than than ever. I absolutely love teaching Lightroom live, because as an instructor you can literally see the light bulb going on with photographers who've been doing things the hard way, and once they see Lightroom live, they realize that not only is this the future, but they can see firsthand…

    I'm happy to announce that my "Lightroom 3 book for Digital Photographers" is already on press, and should be in bookstores very soon, but one of the things people ask most is "What's different in your new book, from the old Lightroom 2 book?" (which is the world's #1 bestselling book on Lightroom). Of course, I included all the new important Lightroom 3 features in the major update of the book, but I also added some other really important things to take the new version of this book to a whole new level. I did a short video (below) with all the new stuff, and I hope you'll take just a moment and check it out. You can pre-order the book, and be among the first to get yours, at Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble.com, KelbyTraining.com, or wherever cool Lightroom books are sold.

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