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  • Monthly Archives June 2011

    OK, that headline sounds actually better than what this is going to be---because what's really going on here is that I have accumulated a bunch of stuff in my camera closet at home, and sadly much of it has never been used, so it's just been collecting dust. So I thought each day for the next week or so (or until I run out of stuff) I'd give some of this junk (er...cool photography micro-accessories) away to people who follow me on Twitter. To enter this lame excuse for a giveaway, just stop by my Twitter page (@scottkelby) and if you see something you want that I'm giving away that day, just leave me a Tweet that says something along the lines of "I want Scott's stuff" (Ok, that actually sounds kind of naughty, but you know what I mean). Anyway, each day I'll…

    I have way too many photo Apps for my iPad. If somebody tells me about a good one---I go download it and give it a shot right away, and that's how I found some of my favorites, like Photogene, Filterstorm Pro, and Photosmith---all excellent apps---the best of breed. However, although it has only been out a few days, Nik Software's new Snapseed is already my go-to photo app, and my hands down favorite, for five reasons: (1) They nailed the iPad experience The way Nik used the iPad's touch controls is brilliant. I have to imagine when Apple themselves first saw this they said, "Yeah, this is the type of stuff we hoped developers would tap into." It feels immersive, intuitive, and more like you're crafting something, rather than just moving sliders. It sounds silly as I write this, but it feels very organic,…

    For those of you who have watched our Kelby Training Online Class "Another Day with Jay Maisel," (link) you will remember at the end of the class there was a tour of Jay's gallery and home, including the amazing rooms where Jay has collected all sorts of tools, small objects, and well…just lots of fascinating stuff. I was really captivated by those rooms, and in particular the objects he had on shelves along the outside windows, and so I spent a few minutes shooting them in between takes. Just available light, but it was soft beautiful light (courtesy of windows that probably hadn't been cleaned on the outside for 20 years). All shot at 1600 ISO with my Nikon D3s. Anyway, I thought I'd share a few of my favorite shots taken along "Jay's window ledges" here on the blog.

    Hi gang: Greetings from Seat 34D. :) As I write this I'm on a red-eye Delta flight back from a trip to Adobe's headquarters out in San Jose, California. We had a bunch of fantastic meetings while we were out there (I think we met with almost every product team out here---we caught up with some old friends, and made some new ones, too). Totally awesome trip, but I'm absolutely beat and sadly i don't have much of a post for you tonight, but I will have some stuff on Monday. Here's wishing you a great weekend and we'll see you back here on Monday. :) Best, -Standby Coach Passenger Kelby Seat 34D

    Trey Ratcliff over at Stuck In Customs has made his brand new HDR video tutorial available to you for 15% off for THIS WEEKEND ONLY! This tutorial is over 11 hours of training, plus you get 130+ RAW files to work with (depending on which package you purchase)! Packages range from $87.00 - $97.00. Just use the discount code THANKSSCOTT when you check out to take advantage of your 15% discount.

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