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  • Monthly Archives April 2011

    I just found out that OnOne Software has just released a Free Public Beta version (a pre-release version) of a plug-in that I think is going to be a real game-changer for Lightroom (and Aperture) users. It's called "Perfect Layers" and this plug-in brings layers functionality to Lightroom (I got to work with OnOne on this plug-in, and although this public beta doesn't have all the features the final shipping version will have, I can tell you---it's going to expand what you can do in Lightroom to a whole new level!. We're talking multiple layers, blend modes, layer masks, a brush---the works!) You can download it now for free, and have a chance to try it out, and share your feedback with OnOne's development team. They've got a sample movie and just a few examples of what you can do. I'm working on a…

    Scott Kelby's Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers Using Photoshop is now available in a spiral-bound edition, exclusively at the Kelby Training Bookstore! Ron Martinsen recently reviewed the book over at his blog, so you can head over to RonMartBlog.com to see what he has to say about it. The non spiral-bound edition of this book is also available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble. AND it's also available for the Kindle!

    Hey gang, Brad here with this week's pimpy! FREE Live Webcast with Scott Kelby & Matt Kloskowski (Take 2) Today's the day (again)! Tune in at 3:00 pm Eastern this afternoon to catch Scott Kelby and Matt Kloskowski during their FREE live webcast on Scott’s new book, Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers Using Photoshop.  They’ll be discussing some of Scott’s favorite retouching techniques from the book, answering your questions, and, of course, juggling puppies. But not kittens. That would just be cruel ;) ANYway... Head over to KelbyTraining.com for all the details! Scott Featured on Zuma Pictures of the Day! Remember those killer shots Scott posted from the Tampa Bay Rays game the other day? It turns out one of them was featured on ZUMA's Pictures of the Day (screenshot below)! Scott was absolutely pumped when he found out, so I knew I…

    Thank you Scott and Brad for inviting me to be the guest blogger this week.  It is quite an honor. I have photographed a wide variety of sports throughout my 25 year career including the Olympics, U.S. Open and French Open tennis, PGA Tour golf and college football.  However, I am probably best known as a motorsports photographer, which typically represents about 70% of my corporate and editorial work in any given year.  With the racing season now in full swing I thought I would offer some insights on how I approach a typical assignment. Most of my 2011 racing season will be spent covering endurance sports car racing - these are high-tech, multi million dollar prototype cars with the typical race lasting between 6 and 24 hours.  The 12 Hours of Sebring and the 24 Hours of Le Mans are two of the…

    I did a quick video about my first shoot with the just announced new Westcott Spiderlite TD-6s. If you've got two minutes and 16 seconds, check it out (I interrupt the shoot briefly to show you the difference between the old TD5-s and the new TD-6s and it will be instantly clear what's new). For more on the TD-6s, visit Westcott's site. Also, if you're not following Westcott on Facebook, you oughta. They always have cool stuff going on, or info on lighting techniques, giveaways, and stuff like that. Here's the link. P.S. Terry White did an in-depth review of the TD-6s over at his Tech Blog Here's that link. While we're having a link-fest. Here's another (I'm not sure where it goes). ;-)

    Sports photography legend Dave Black has been down here at the Kelby Training Online Studios this past week taping a class on using off camera flash for shooting action sports portraits. He was doing some amazing stuff all week (his class is going to be SICK!!!!! If you use off-camera flash, his stuff is going to blow your mind!!!!). By the way: I know many of you already know Dave is an amazing instructor (ask anybody that saw him at Photoshop World), but when he's not teaching, and just being a regular guy, he's just as amazing. I got to spend some time with him this week---Dave even went to church on Sunday with my family, and he spent the day with us just hanging out, talking sports [my poor wife], sharing stories, but mostly laughing. He's one of the most fun, genuine, and…

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