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  • Monthly Archives August 2010

    A PRE-SCRIPT... I am sitting in Port-au-Prince, Haiti right now trying to work on this guest blog post, but all I can think about is that across the street from me at this very moment, not far from the collapsed National Palace and Ministry of Finance, taking up every available green space, there lies rows and rows of improvised tent cities. "Tent" is a generous phrase. These are mostly tarps strung loosely over sugarcane framed boxes. Discarded cardboard and worn vinyl. It's hot and it's raining. Water trucks show up nearly everyday to throngs of people clamoring for their allotted 700 ml. It is chaos, it is overwhelming, and most surprising, it is the new normal. I say all of this only to remind us that in so many parts of the world tonight families will sleep on the ground without shelter. For many,…

    Although yesterday I announced the winner and Honorable Mentions, today I’m going to give my personal favorites in a bunch of different categories. Although they didn't make the final cut, all of these were in the running, and I felt they were so great that they deserved recognition as well. I think these images, and the one's you saw yesterday, are actually even better than they first appear because: The photographers weren't able to choose the location (it was chosen for them). Or the time of day (also chosen for them). They had to shoot in whatever lighting conditions at that time They couldn’t go back later (or earlier) to shoot in better light. They were only able to shoot for two hours. Compare that to most any other photo competition, where the photographers can choose any photo from your photo library, or any…

    I get asked this just about daily, but yes----I personally write all the posts that appear on my blog (with the exception, of course, of Guest Blog Wednesday, and any time I have Brad or one of the gang cover for me if I’m on vacation, and in those cases, they always start by saying “Brad here…” or something like that, so you’ll know it’s not me). It usually takes me between 30 minutes to an hour and a half each night to write this blog, and I have been really struggling with keeping up with doing all this blogging, and getting all my other work done (and still having a family life). Basically, I really, really need another day off. Here’s The Plan I do a lot of workshops, and seminars, and I write books, and I do classes for Kelby Training, and…

    The Gull and the Raven

    Wow---narrowing it down to the winners this year was harder than last year, by a long shot. Last year, we had some real standouts that you knew the first time you saw them, they were going to be finalists. This year, the shooting and post processing both went up a big notch, and I could have easily made the case for 50 or more honorable mentions, but sadly I could only choose 10, and one Grand Prize winner. I saw so many great shots, and really struggled between a number of images (some of which you'll see tomorrow in my special mentions post), but I can tell you this---judging from over 1,000 shots that already won a prize (each won the best shot pick from their local walk, as chosen by the walk leader), made it really, really tough. But, I won't keep you…

    I saw that comment a number of times in the comments on my "What I'd Love To See in Lightroom 4" post from Friday (link). Since most photographers that read this blog, and well...most pro photographers in general (as we'll discuss in a moment), use Lightroom, I was kind of surprised to read those responses, especially since I rarely see any mention of Aperture here on this blog at all. Then I found out why my blog was suddenly getting visits from Aperture fans. The Aperture Users Network web site wrote a post (link) with the headline: "Scott Kelby Pleas with Adobe to Make Lightroom More Like Aperture." With a link back to my post. After reading that headline, I now fully understand the meaning of "Spin." A more accurate headline might have been "Scott Kelby Wants Some of Aperture's Slideshow features and their…

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