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  • Monthly Archives May 2011

    The Photoshop Guys take a moment during "It's A SNAPP" to look off to the side of the set and smile at something. Probably just a courtesy smile for something Larry said that he thought was funny ;) If you weren't able to catch It's A SNAPP with The Photoshop Guys last night, you can catch the re-broadcast until 10:00pm Eastern tonight! It's streaming constantly over at PhotoshopUser.com/SNAPP until then, and goes into the NAPP archives after that. If you're a NAPP member (and we hope that you'll become one if you watch the webinar), you'll be able to watch it any time you want. While you're over there, make sure you scroll down the page to check out the killer today-only deals we're offering! - Become a NAPP member or renew for a year and you can get a FREE membership to gift…

    Hey gang, Brad here with the latest news from the Kelby world! Kelby Training Online Our latest online class comes from German photographer and retouching sensation, Calvin Hollywood! In Quick Composites from Photo to Finish, Calvin shows you how to light and photograph subjects, then put them on a completely different background. The class is getting a lot of love from everyone who's watched it, so head on over and check it out! Kelby Training Live Here are the next few upcoming seminars (click on the links to see ALL the dates we have scheduled) Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. Live! Tour with Scott Kelby June 2 - New York, NY July 6 - Toronto, ON July 21 - Calgary, AB July 22 - Vancouver, BC Photography & Photoshop CS5: From Focus to Finished with Ben Willmore May 25 - Washington, DC June 20…

    Hey Gang, Brad here with a last-minute reminder that tonight is the SNAPP event with The Photoshop Guys! It's like the NAPP-a-thon we did last year, but with a different name :) You can register over at over at PhotoshopUser.com/SNAPP, then tell all your friends, family, and pets to tune in from 8:00-10:00pm tonight for two hours of tutorials, fun stuff, and even some great giveaways like Lexar memory cards! The main reason for this is to show non-NAPP members what NAPP is all about, so if you love NAPP and want to share it with your friends, let them know to come check out the webinar!

    Shoot Action and Make it Look Exciting! Hi everyone, and thanks to Scott Kelby and Brad Moore for inviting me to post on the Kelby Blog.  This is truly an honor and I’m proud to have my writing alongside such world-class photographers! ----- Action sports are extremely exciting.  They are fun to watch, play, and shoot!  But how do you get your images to reflect how exciting the sport actually is? When starting out, a lot of photographers will take images that don’t showcase how extreme or tough the sport is.  And no, this isn’t another action article that says to blur the athlete or they will look too static, I’ve never really agreed with that…  Frozen motion IS cool and the details retain more sharpness.  Blurred images can be great too but there is no need to blur your images to create a…

    I can't tell you how many times during our various live seminars, photographers would come up and tell either Matt or me, "Why should I switch to Lightroom? I already have the Bridge & Camera Raw?" or "I thought Lightroom was just the same as the Bridge and Camera Raw." Uggh! It's particularly frustrating because Lightroom has so many advantages over the Bridge & Camera Raw, that you can't just explain it in few sentences. In fact, Matt and I were talking about this very problem one day, and just joking around we said, "We ought to make a list called "100 ways Lightroom kicks the Bridge's A$$!" so we could point them to it, and really illustrate the reasons why, as a photographer, they should be using Lightroom. The next thing you know, we decided not only to make a list, but to…

    First, thanks to everyone who downloaded the long-awaited (and incredibly way overdue) Kelby Training App for the iPad and iPhone (nearly 10,000 of you already since it's release on the iTunes Store on Friday). If you haven't downloaded it yet (and you're a Kelby Training Online subscriber), here's the link. It was so exciting to get this puppy out the door, and even more so to see such great comments from people who downloaded it and were totally loving it! (I watched two classes on it myself this weekend, from Frank Doorhof and Jack Reznicki). Of course, with something new like this, there were lots of questions, so I thought I'd tackle a few here today. Q. Have you fixed that bug where the screen goes black if you change apps and then relaunch? A. Yup. In fact, we've already submitted a fix to…

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