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  • Monthly Archives December 2010

    Hi everybody. Brad's on vacation, but why let that spoil a piping fresh bowl of pimpy Thursday? Here's what happening here right before the holidays: > Photoshop World instructor, and author of the hit Photoshop book "Welcome to Oz" (which Shutterbug had chosen as it's book of the year)  Vincent Versace has just released, "Welcome to Oz 2: A Cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop CS5." The book comes with $250 worth of software (Focalpoint 2.0 FULL version and three NiK Software Plugins, also with the complete collection of Vincent's own presets for the Wacom Cintiq (current and last gen) and all Intuos tablets for both left hand and right hand as well as for Mac and Windows. > My buddy Jeff Revell over at PhotoWalkPro.com posted his "Last Minute Holiday Gift Guide" (in PDF format) and you can check out his…

    I have no idea what Mr. Kelby was thinking when he chose me to be this week’s guest blogger. I am very humbled by this opportunity, and I must say that my name belongs nowhere near the long list of other guest bloggers, which includes some of the greats like Jay Maisel, Bill Fortney and Joe McNally. I’m always looking at the blogs of photographers whose work I admire, and trying to soak up as much information as I can.  And now I have the opportunity to speak from the same podium as they, but I don’t know what to  say!  I’m only 18 years old and still have a lot to learn when it comes to taking a picture, not to mention trying to figure out how to play this game called life. So I am going to simply share what I’ve learned…

    This past Sunday I got really a wonderful opportunity---to shoot the Washington Redskins vs. Tampa Bay Bucs with the amazing team at Hail! Magazine (I talked about their magazine for Redskins fans here on the blog a few months ago), and despite the chilly weather and non-stop rain, I truly had a blast. So while the weather wasn't pretty (though thankfully the 16 mph winds never materialized) I really learned a lot from spending the day shooting with the four talented sports photographers behind Hail!: Brian "Murf" Murphy, Eric Espada. Melvin Arroyo and Peter Lockley. They work on a really tight schedule, and it was great observing their workflow on and off the field. These guys really have it together and it shows in their work. As much fun as I had at the game, my biggest thrill was having them include two of…

    ...if you're one of those really serious types that's going to post a "Mr. Kelby, I am very disappointed in you..." comment. It's a hilarious Photoshop rap music video, but besides being so cleverly written and well produced, it actually has a few real Photoshop tutorials within it, which makes it even funnier. WARNING: The video has some suggestive and otherwise offensive language and other PG-13 visual stuff, and if that type of stuff offends you, and you're just waiting around for something to come along that lets you express your personal outrage, I'm begging you, "Please do not watch this video!" You've been warned, so if you watch it and you get upset, no complaining or whining allowed. Just laughing. :) See more funny videos and funny pictures at CollegeHumor.

    Last week RC Concepcion walked around our headquarters (located just outside Tampa, Florida) and took shots of our offices, studios, and stuff like that, so we could show it during our live NAPP-a-Thon. He got to show a few of the images on the air, but I asked RC if I could share them here on the blog, and he was more than happy to. So, here's a quick visual look at our home base. Above: This is the view down the hallway when you come in the front door (if you make it past reception. Barb up front forms a human barrier). Above: That's Eric, the big chief of our video operations, hanging back between some of the sets. This is where he goes to hide when I come over to his department looking for him. When he's not hiding, he does an…

    I know it's technically not Pimpy Thursday, but I just found out the follow-up to one of my most popular training projects ever; Photo Recipes Live, is now on its way to bookstores. It's called (wait for it, wait for it)........."Photo Recipes Live 2" This is a combo DVD/Book set based on the final chapter of my books, "The Digital Photography Book" (Volumes 1, 2, & 3) where I show a particular shot or "look" and then I show exactly how you can recreate that same look, including all the lighting, softboxes, camera settings---the works (I don't leave anything out!). In this new Part 2, I take you (and a video camera crew) with me, behind the scenes, on location to a very cool Miami Beach studio set, and then out to Miami Beach itself, where you'll learn the step-by-step techniques on how to…

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