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  • Monthly Archives August 2011

    A Game Plan for Improvement Hi, and welcome to Scott’s blog. Let me first say what a privilege it is to be asked to write an article this week. Well, as many of you know, Scott and I share a common passion and subject interest, sports photography. So it seemed natural for me to write about a sports related topic. I’ve been on the road a lot lately and Friday was a rare afternoon at home. As I sat down to write this article I had the TV tuned to the Golf Channel’s coverage of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational. I happened to catch the interview with Tiger recapping his poor 2nd round performance. A reporter asked him if he was going to “set a lower goal seeing that he was coming back from an injury and all that has happened.” Tiger instantly answered, “No.…

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    At every seminar we do, at the end of the day we ask the participants to fill out an evaluation form, to let us know how we did, but most importantly what we can do to make the day even better. I know those eval forms are a pain in the butt to fill out, but after the seminar I personally read every single one of them. I want to find out what's resonating with the participants, what they want more of, what they want less of, and what I can add or take away that would make the day better. I take this stuff really seriously In fact, there are four things I changed, tweaked and added in Orlando, Cologne, and Amsterdam that came directly from �the eval forms from my seminars in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. In fact, I shot a special…

    When I was in San Francisco a few weeks back teaching during the grand opening of Adobe's "Photoshop & You" pop-up store (link), I did something I hadn't done before--- an in-depth interview in front of a live studio audience (that surely took the pressure up a big notch). The interview was for Ibarionex Perello's "The Candid Frame" podcast (that Ibarionex above right), and I have to say, he asked me some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking questions I've ever been asked. I've already seen comments where some people are calling it my best interview ever, and if it is, it's because Ibarionex asked some really compelling questions---ones that really made me reflect and my photography and my career. He was incredibly engaging and thoughtful in his questions, and it was one of the most enjoyable, and never-wracking interviews I've even been in. If you've…

    ...and In Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto..and last year in London....and two weeks ago in Orlando...is that: photographers and Photoshop users everywhere are struggling with the exact same things. The same issues. The same hurdles. The same things that stump photographers in San Francisco, are stumping photographers in Germany. (Above: Brad took this shot of my seminar in Amsterdam, just hours before his 27th birthday. Happy Birthday Braddo!) So what is it? It's not just one thing---it's lots of things. Here's five common themes: (1) Power They Didn't Know They Had A lot of people don't realize that the things they want to do are actually in Photoshop or already in Lightroom, but since they're kind of "hidden beneath the surface" (maybe it takes a hidden three-key shortcut, or its buried under a menu they never go under), they think they need to buy some…

    My buddy, and co-host of “The Grid” Matt Kloskowski just released what I truly believe will be his best-selling book ever, because he tackled a subject that has everybody buzzing right now (Photoshop Compositing Techniques), but there’s very little solid information about there about exactly how to do it. Until now. I don’t want to steal Matt’s thunder, so watch the video above and you’ll see what I mean (the video is just so well done----and funny---that once you see it, you’ll totally get it). A tip of the hat to Erik Kuna and his team for coming up with such a cool book demo (I want one for my new book coming out in just a few weeks!), and to Matt for writing such a kick-butt book. It’s now in-stock at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com, and wherever books that make you go…

    Hi gang: We had an absolutely fantastic seminar in Cologne, Germany on Wednesday. We had nearly 300 photographers there with me for the day, and I met some of the nicest, most gracious folks anywhere. What a warm welcome for my first tour in Europe---thanks to everyone who came out!!! Here’s a few shots from the day, including one of my special guest retoucher, the amazing Calvin Hollywood (if you haven’t caught his classes on Kelby Training Online yet, this guy is insane!!!). Of course, the crowd loved Calvin, and I loved having him there (that's Calvin above hanging out in the back before his retouching session---photos by Brad Moore). (That's Calvin above during his session where he shared his latest high contrast "freaky stuff." Very cool techniques--I took notes the whole time he was on stage). By the time you read this, I’m…

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