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  • Monthly Archives May 2011

    Hi Gang: I had a lot of folks asking about how I create those photo book layouts that I showed here on the blo from my trips to Denmark, and more recently London. I start in Lightroom, and then I use Apple's iPhoto software for the actual book layouts. So, I made a short video (above) that shows you how it works, and it gives you some tips on how to layout the photos themselves, no matter which program you're using. Also, I mention in the video two links to videos I did in 2008 that show how to do similar things in Lightroom 2 (link), and Photoshop CS4 (link). Hope this helps. :)

    My Light it, Shoot it, Retouch It Tour is in New York City on Thursday, with around 900 or so photographers who will be there and I want you to be there too!!! It's not to late if you want to snag one of the remaining seats. It's only $99 for the full day, including a detailed step-by-step workbook that follows right along with what I'm doing all day, plus some other goodies I can't tell you about until the workshop (by the way, it's only $79 if you're an NAPP member, so you gotta go!). It'll be a blast, plus you have no risk at all, because we have a 100% money-back guarantee if it's not the best seminar of its kind you've ever attended, at any price, period! What do you have to lose? Don't just read about it on my blog…

    Well, it just happened to me. When I ran a blog post about my trip to London, buried on those pages was my personal favorite shot from the trip (well, if you don't count my silly vacation-type photos of us all goofing off), was a photo I took of the London Eye (shown above---click on it for a much larger view). What caught my eye about the shot was the fact that there was one red capsule (the whole "a pattern is good, but a pattern interrupted is better" which I believe originally came from Jay Maisel). Also, I love how you can see the forms of individual people in the capsules when you crop in tight (or show the image at a large size). Anyway, it still wasn't my favorite shot until something happened by accident in post processing. When I took the…

    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. (Photo credit: iStockPhoto.com) This post is also dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach, (brother of our friend and colleague Jeff Leimbach), who died three years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. P.S. If you have a moment; Moose Peterson has a very fitting post which features not only some amazing World War II Aircraft Facts & Statistics, but some wonderful aviation photos of these warbirds in action as well. Here's the link.

    Man, did I have an awesome week!!!! My wife and I snuck away to London for a quick 5-day vacation with some dear friends of ours, (Alan and Marcia Gassman), but the main reason for the trip was to fulfill one of Alan’s lifelong dreams---to see Eric Clapton perform at the Royal Albert Hall), which we did on Monday night. Of course, Clapton totally rocked!!! (and the acoustically perfect Royal Albert Hall may be the best place to see a concert ever!). Great show, we had great seats, and Alan is still glowing to this day. Anyway, I thought I'd share a few stories, along with some images from the photo book I created using Apple's iPhoto about the trip. This is a new template I've never used before, and I kinda like it. During the week, I spent a lot of time shooting…

    Hey gang, Brad here with a "This Weekend Only" Deal from the team over at Animoto! If you sign up for an Animoto 1-year Pro Pass, they’ll add three months for free. Plus, if you try them out and don’t totally love them within 10 days of  of your purchase, they’ll give you a full refund. What have you got to lose? Anyway, if you’ve been waiting to sign up for Animoto, this is your shot. Use this promo code to get the extra three months free: napp11kelby Here’s the link to sign up. (The deal expires Sunday, May 29 at 12:00 Midnight EST). They also have a free plug-in that lets you upload directly from Lightroom or Aperture right to Animoto to create your slideshows. If you're thinking, "Wait, this seems really familiar..." you're not mistaken. Last time this deal was available, there…

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