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  • Monthly Archives March 2011

    First off I would like to thank Scott (and Brad) for inviting me back as a guest blogger.  It was an honor the first time and it’s an even greater honor to have another opportunity to be here again. Before we get started, here’s a little bit about me… I am a professional wildlife and nature photographer. My images have been published in Outdoor Photographer, Outdoor Photography (UK), Photoshop User, Elements Techniques, and Layers magazines. My work also appears regularly on Audubon calendars and National Park Service postcards, calendars, and posters. I lead popular wildlife photography adventures in North America.  I am also a moderator for the Nikon Digital Learning Center on flickr. Prior to working as a professional photographer, I spent more than two decades in photographic sales, helping pros and hobbyists decide which equipment suited their particular needs. In the book Outliers,…

    A big thanks to everybody who tuned in yesterday. It was our biggest debut for any show we've ever done, and we've gotten loads of positive feedback from viewers, which really made our day! We also had lots of questions, so I thought I'd addresses a few of them here today in a quick Q&A. Here goes: Q. I thought you were going to rebroadcast the show? A. We are. Q. So where is it? A. It should appear in iTunes later today, and we hope to have our archived version posted any time now at KelbyTV.com/thegrid. (UPDATE: The premiere episode is now up!) Q. What's taking so long? A. I asked my video crew the same question, and they told me they had to compress over 20GB of data down to something reasonable for the Web and that takes time. They were kind…

    Hi Gang: Remember last week when I did that post about my incredibly lame College Basketball Shoot? Well, after that post I heard from my buddy, pro sports shooter Mike Olivella (who laughed at me hysterically), but between his howls of laughter, he pointed me to the video above, which he put together showing how he shoots a College Basketball game, along with tips and insights on how to shoot a game like this. Here's the link to Mike's blog. Thanks Mike for sharing this with us (and you can stop giggling now).

    Today's the big day as the Grid goes live at 12:30 pm EST!!!! PLUS, we have a VERY special in-studio guest for the entire show---the one and only Jeremy Cowart. We've got some great topics for the first show, and we'll be taking your comments via twitter (@thegridlive), and you can catch the show live as it airs today, or afterward in our free rebroadcast (so you can watch it whenever you want) at KelbyTV.com/thegrid I would be very grateful for anything you can do to help us spread the word about our new show's premiere today (via Facebook, Twitter, your blogs, etc.). We're really excited about the premiere, and I hope to see there today at 12:30 pm EST. See you on The Grid! -Scott P.S. Here's the link again, ya know, just in case. ;-)

    I’m honored to be Scott Kelby’s publisher and proud to publish Scott’s books under both the Peachpit Press and New Riders imprints. Today I have a piece of exciting and important news to share with you that hasn’t been made public yet, so you’re the first to know. Drum roll, please... The numbers are in, and for 2010, your friend and mine, Mr. Scott Kelby, has been recognized as the top-selling photography book author! This has been confirmed according to Nielsen BookScan, which is the industry standard for tracking the book industry’s sales. Congratulations, Scott, so well deserved. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: I can’t tell you how amazing it is to work with someone who has consistently written so many best-selling books that truly transform people’s lives. In my entire publishing career, I’ve not seen any single author make…

    Wednesday night I got photo credentials (thanks to my buddy, sports photographer Andy Gregory) to shoot the USF Bulls vs. Pitt college basketball game and I absolutely stunk. So much so, I wasn't even going to show any photos from the shoot, but there was one teaching moment in all of this mess, so I thought I'd show just enough to keep from totally humiliating myself. First, a lovely iPhone photo of my gear Here's what I took to the shoot. Two bodies: A Nikon D3s and a D3. Two lenses: my beloved 300mm f/2.8 and 24-70mm f/2.8 on my second body. It got there in my Think Tank Airport International rolling camera bag, and I remembered the all important basketball shoot collapsible seat. A lean, mean set-up. So far, all is well. It Started Off With Such Promise When you shoot basketball, in…

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