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  • Monthly Archives October 2011

    On Friday I announced the winner and Honorable Mentions, but this year once again today I’m going to give my personal favorites in a bunch of different categories. Although these didn’t make the final cut, all of these were in the running at one point or another, and I felt they were so great that they deserved some recognition as well. I think these images, and the one’s you saw on Friday, are actually even better than they first appear because: The photographers weren’t able to choose the location (it was chosen for them). Or the time of day (also chosen for them). They had to shoot in whatever lighting conditions at that time They couldn’t go back later (or earlier) to shoot in better light. They were only able to shoot for two hours. Compare that to most any other photo competition, where…

    Surigao-City

    Imagine this: You have nearly 1,000 winning images from around the world, and now you have to narrow it down to just 10 finalists and one grand prize winner. This is not an easy job. It took me hours of careful consideration to just get down to my first rounds of cuts, which left me with around 78 photos. I could make a case why each one of those could have been a winner----they were all so good----but unfortunately I can only choose 11 total. Ask anyone who has judged a photo competition---it's a frustrating task, and you get torn between one photo or another, and you have to make tough cuts that see some of your favorite photos fall out of the top 10. On Monday, you'll see some of those photo that didn't make the top 11, but were still so good…

    Pickingwinners

    Hi Gang: I’m hard at work tonight narrowing things down from nearly 1,000 local walk winning images to come up with the 10 finalists and the Grand Prize Winner for my 4th Annual Worldwide Photo Walk. Once again, this year it's really tough narrowing things down (you just can’t imagine how challenging it is), because there are so many great entries, but nevertheless----I plan to releases the winner's names and images here today at 12:00 PM Noon EDT. I hope you'll check back then to see some really cool images (and good luck to all the entrants)  -Scott

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with this week's news: Kelby Training Live Check the dates below to see if Scott, Matt, or Dave is coming to your town! Lightroom 3 Live with Matt Kloskowski Oct. 26: Phoenix, AZ Oct. 28: Indianapolis, IN Nov. 2: Tampa, FL Nov. 7: Arlington, TX Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It. Live with Scott Kelby Nov. 14: San Francisco, CA Nov. 21: Seattle, WA Photoshop CS5 Power User Tour with Dave Cross Nov. 9: Chicago, IL Nov. 15: New York, NY Nov. 16: Toronto, ON Nov. 30: San Diego, CA KelbyTraining.com The latest addition to KelbyTraining.com is Working with Speedlites: One Flash Photography with Syl Arena, author of The Speedliter's Handbook. Syl takes you through all the basics of using Canon speedlites, including camera settings, modes, color temperatures, ETTL, manual mode, high-speed sync, and even which types of batteries…

    The Making of a Photographer I must start off by stating that it’s a huge honor to be writing for Scott's blog, given that I picked up my first Kelby-authored book back in 2003 while learning to use Photoshop 7.  I should also note that I’ve been reading and envying the talented guest bloggers on Scott’s site for years, so it’s quite humbling to join the roster. I must admit it’s also a bit intimidating … because that very roster includes many of the photographers who inspired me when I picked up my first DSLR three years ago.  However, as I reflect on my current work as a commercial photographer, I realize that my journey into photography started long before I ever picked up a camera.  I can clearly recall key milestone events, as bizarre and trivial as they may seem, that helped to…

    We had a great first day (well, technically it started Sunday night, but today was our first day out shooting). We started with an early morning shoot (it wasn't really a dawn shoot, that's this morning, this was an after sunrise shoot in a forrest and at a waterfall. Shooting in the forrest can really be a challenge (it was for me anyway), because you're surrounded by all this beauty every where you look around you, but then you raise the camera to your eye and you only see one small part of the big picture, and now it looks busy and messy and just....well....nothing like what you're seeing with your eyes. Very frustrating, but Moose had some great tips and that helped a lot. We've got a great group of students---really nice folks, and totally engaged. Very serious about learning, and that makes…

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