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  • Monthly Archives December 2010

    .....we're replaying it all day, continuously today, until 10:00 pm tonight. If you missed it, it was a free three-hour live broadcast designed to let people know all about NAPP (what we do, what we're about, what kind of training we offer, etc.) and we had all sorts of special deals (that are still good until 10:00 pm EST tonight). Basically it was kind of like a NAPP infomercial, hosted by our own Larry Becker, but with lots of live Photoshop training from Dave, Matt, RC, Corey and I, (and I did a live shoot and retouch). We also and shared some of our Photoshop World keynote videos and fake commercials, and we took your questions live on the air, and well...it was an awful lot of fun, and we got tons of great feedback (thanks to everybody who tuned in live). We had…

    Today is the big day... It's time for the NAPPathon! You might be asking yourself, "What the heck is a NAPPathon?" I'll let Larry Becker explain... Scott Kelby, Larry Becker, Dave Cross, Matt Kloskowski, Corey Barker, and RC Concepcion will be bringing you a mixture of live segments, Photoshop training, video tutorials taken directly from the NAPP member website (never before seen by the public), and various humor-filled videos from the NAPP archives. Most of the archive footage was created for special events (like Photoshop World conference) or aired only once for a specific occasion. Viewers who pre-register for the FREE event will also be entered into prize drawings for NAPP memberships, Photoshop World conference tickets, and B&H gift cards! Pre-registration is not required to watch the free event but it is encouraged. Viewers are also invited to chime in with questions or comments…

    Hey gang, Brad here with this week's pimpy goodness :) Joe McNally is touring Asia with his hands-on workshops and full-day lighting seminars next month! If you sign up for a one-day workshop in Hong Kong or Singapore by this Saturday, December 11th, you'll also get FREE admission to the seminar! You can register and find all the info on the events at JoeMcNallyAsia.tv RC Concepcion's upcoming book, Get Your Photography On The Web (shown above) is now available for pre-order at Amazon and Barnes & Noble! I can attest to how much work RC has put into this book (we're office neighbors), and I've gotta tell you - it's a must-have for photographers.  Go pre-order this one to make sure you get it as soon as possible! Laurie Excell's new book, Composition: From Snapshots to Great Shots, is also available at Amazon and…

    Photo by Ted Wood The question is.... I know. Every Wednesday you hurry to Scott's blog to see who the guest blogger is. You expect a successful, professional photographer with a stunning portfolio, and a series of inspirational stories about their fabulous career. Sorry, I'm not that kind of guest blogger. I'm just a regular gal in Los Angeles, with a passion for photography. I got my first camera at age 5 and never looked back. I might never make any money from my photography and I don't care. My goal is to keep learning and growing, and just be a better photographer each year than I was the year before. So if you're not a professional photographer, my question is, what do you do with your photography? How do you make it part of your life? Some ideas: First of all, if it's…

    Above: Shot with a Nikon D3, with a 14-24mm f/2.8 lens (at 15mm) at ISO 200, at f/7.1 at 1/5 of a second so I could capture a little movement while he was spinning the fire sticks. Click on it for a larger view). Hi Gang: I just got back yesterday from a nine-day vacation with my family in Maui, Hawaii, and I'm tan, rested, and ready to tackle the busy end of an amazing year (OK, the tan part is a bit of a stretch. I spent most of my time tucked safely under an umbrella poolside or by the ocean). I didn't do a lick of work while I was out there (Matt, RC, and Brad covered for me on the blog), and so I just hung out, relaxed with the wifey and kids (and my brother who came along), read a…

    Hey everybody, Matt Kloskowski here. First off, a big thanks to Scott for letting me write about this, as I've been wanting to for a while now. So here's the question: "Is Photoshop a bad word?" Personally, for photographers, I think it's 100% necessary if you want to compete today. Technology has changed everything. The world knows that Photoshop exists. The standards by which photography was judged, even just 10 years ago, don't hold up against today's standards. We expect more from a photo. It All Starts with A Good Photo Of course you expect a guy that makes a living teaching Photoshop to say this right? Before I get too far into it, let me set the record straight. As a professional photographer, I realize it all starts with a good photo right out of the camera. Like many of you, we spend…

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