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  • Monthly Archives July 2011

    It’s strange how life comes full circle when you least expect it. I was born and raised in South Florida into a family with a long history of fishing, surfing and diving. My deep respect for the ocean and the life that inhabits the majestic waters came from my father, who also spent his formative years enjoying Florida beaches. Little did I know my two passions, the ocean and photography, would collide. Surfing kept me out of trouble in my teens, which eventually led to a 10-year career as a professional surfer. When reality set in and I realized I needed to get a “real” job, I knew the cubicle life wasn’t for me. Photography had always been a hobby, but when I focused on making my hobby a career, the stars aligned and doors opened that I never dreamed possible. By my mid-20s,…

    Adobe is doing something very creative and fun; for two solid weeks they’re taking over a store at 550 Sutter Street in downtown San Francisco to create a really unique, immersive, and imaginative Photoshop experience. It's a place where you interact, create, experiment and learn each day from a collection of authors, artists and instructors, and I’m very honored to be one of ones kicking off the opening weekend. in the planning stages, the folks at Adobe asked me what I wanted do, and I said I wanted to keep with their theme and do a special custom class based upon (but the not the same as) my “Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It” seminar. But to take things up a notch, I wanted to use continuous lighting for the class, so that after I set up the shoot, I could have the audience…

    ....about something pretty cool. It's cool and it's free. It's CAF. Now, you should know that it's not the announcement of the Worldwide Photo Walk (though that's coming very, very soon). But I am involved in it (in a small way), but I think you'll dig it, so if you can----stop back by just after 1:00 PM (EDT) to read the full announcement.

    Well, because of seminars (and my vacation), I missed the last two weeks of our weekly photography talk show “The Grid,” and I just realized that I’m leaving a day early for my Calgary seminar (to shoot in Banff today and tomorrow), and now I’m going to miss this week’s show too. Uggh! We moved the show’s live broadcast to Wednesday at 4:00 pm EDT so more people here in the US and around the world would be able to watch the show live (I know, I know, when you move the time and date, somebody somewhere blows a gasket, but we heard LOTS of feedback that we really needed to move it to be a better time). Of course, we always post the rebroadcast in its entirety the following day at KelbyTV.com and we post it to iTunes as well where you can…

    Hi Gang: As you read this, I'm on my way back home from our annual family vacation to Kennebunkport, Maine (my wife chose Maine a few years back because we live in the scorching Florida heat, and at this time of year Maine is a place that's easy to get to where it's nice and cool every day (we actually had to wear sweaters after dusk). So, we came for the weather, and but then fell in love with the people and the place. Maine is awesome). I'm off tomorrow for my new two tour dates in Canada (Calgary and Vancouver), so I don't have a lot of time to blog but I thought I'd at least share a few photos from the trip (Including the HDR photo above, taken in the lobby of a boat house where we went for a two-hour harbor…

    Hey everyone, Matt Kloskowski here again. Thanks once again to Scott, for giving me his blog for the day. I've had a topic I've been wanting to write about for a while, so here goes: How Photoshop changed my Photography. It's not what you think though. I've heard plenty of stories of how Photoshop is a game changer because of the ways that we can now enhance our photos so quickly. We can make blue skies bluer, green grass greener, remove blemishes, clone out wires, etc… But my photography-life-changing experience is a little different. I Started with Landscape and Travel Photography See, I started with landscape and travel photography. That was my favorite. Landscape and travel is what got me excited about taking my camera out of my bag. I sound like a total dork, but I'd have a hard time sleeping the night…

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