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  • Monthly Archives May 2011

    The wait it over! (Yay!) Nobody is more surprised (or happy) than I, but yes---it's finally here---the Kelby Training Online app, for iPad AND iPhone, is now available for FREE in the App Store. Oh happy freakin' day!!! Here's the link. Here's the full screen view with Matty K on screen. I purposely chose a capture where his mouth was frozen open like that. He gets a kick out of it when I capture him at precise moments like this. :) Here's a look at the Portrait orientation view. That's Joe McNally gesturing to what he would call a "Luminous Light Source." I am so excited (relieved) that's it's finally here. It actually came out late last night, I was already getting emails from people who are already using and totally loving it! My thanks to iPad developer (and App book author) Shawn Welch…

    Against my better judgement, I gave Brad a few days off to visit his family in Tennessee, so since he's not hear to do Pimpy Thursday, I thought I'd cover it for him (Serves me right for letting him have vacation time). Won't make that mistake again! Now, for some sweet home grown pimpin': Invite your friends to join me, and "The Photoshop Guys" for a live Webinar Remember the "Napp-a-thon" we did last year? It was a huge success and loads of new folks joined NAPP that night. We'll we're doing it again, but this time we tried hard to find an even dumber name, and by golly I think we've done it. That's right, it's called "SNAPP!" (I'm not making this up). Anyway, it's broadcast live, it's next Wednesday, from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm and we'll be doing lots of tutorials…

    15,889 photos. That's the number of photos I shot, captioned, and submitted for publication as a staff photographer at my former newspaper before going freelance.  Why does this matter?  Because it is an insane amount of photos which represent a lot of time spent shooting for the proverbial "Man."  It's not a bad thing.  In fact, shooting for The Man gave me ample time to learn, develop my vision, and figure out what didn't matter to me and what did in my photography. The newspaper was my first full-time newspaper gig, which I left last year to pursue my freelance career.  In the matter of 8 years I made a lot of bad photos at bad assignments. I also made some great photos at great assignments.  Making great photos from bad assignments?  It was a challenge to myself.  It's not the newspaper's fault that…

    Setting the Bar Low Guarantees Success! I went into this trip with very modest photographic goals: I just wanted to do better in Denmark, then I did in Spain last year, where after 10 days in Barcelona I came home with absolutely nothing. Not that I didn’t shoot, mind you---I just came home without one shot I’d show anybody. (My buddy Dave Moser didn’t believe me, so I showed him what I got in Spain, and his exact words were, “Ohhhh. Boss. What happened?”). I had never been to Copenhagen, so although I did want to take lots of photos (and I only had 2-1/2 days to shoot), I didn’t want to see this beautiful city from only behind my lens. I wanted to experience it firsthand, and get to enjoy the people, the culture, and the history without feeling like I was only…

    Hi Gang: By the time you read this, I'm already on my way back from an incredible weekend in Copenhagen, Denmark, and Malmo, Sweden, hanging out and shooting photos with my good friend Terry White. Terry, whose full time job is an Adobe Graphics Evangelist, was in the middle of an Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 roll-out tour, and he told me last month that during the tour he'd have a few days off in Copenhagen, and since I had always wanted to visit Copenhagen, on Thursday I hopped a night flight to meet him there, and spend the weekend just being a tourist, and taking lots of photos. This trip was kind of a last-minute thing, so I didn't have any time to research where to go or what to shoot, so I put a comment on my Facebook and Twitter accounts asking for…

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