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  • Monthly Archives October 2011

    Hi Gang, and greetings from the cold, kinda rainy, but still gorgeous Lake Placid, New York, where I'm hanging out as guest instructor at Moose Peterson's "Digital Landscape Workshop Series." Last night I kicked off my segment of the workshop a presentation of my "Crush the Composition" class, which is really fun to teach (especially to this group---really nice people and totally engaged. This week is going to be a blast!). That being said, it's Midnight, and we have a dawn shoot, some I'm going to keep this short and sweet. First, below is an unofficial part of my Worldwide Photoshop Walk (it's more of a tradition), but people send me their group shots and I post 'em (this time, over on my Google+ page --- here's the link), but I'm also showing the smaller thumbnails here. Since I last posted this, the list…

    (Above: L to R: Pete, RC, Matt [in his old belt], Yours Truly, Corey, and Brad, right after his testing) Last night the Photoshop Guys were there to support our buddy Matt Kloskowski as he tested for his Black Belt in Taekwondo, and as expected----he rocked it! He's been winning tournament after tournament during this training, including 1st place in sparring and 1st in forms competition numerous times, and he's competing in a little over a week in a big competition---his first as a black belt. A big congratulations to Matt, who has been training hard for years for this night, and we all are so proud of him. Way to go, Ski!!!!! :-)

    Hi Gang: There's a lot going on right now, so I thought I'd just bring you up-to-date on what's up: (1) If you missed the Grid, you gotta catch the replay We had an epic episode of "The Grid" this week (RC co-hosted The Grid with me as well, filling in for Matt who was teaching a landscape workshop up in Maine), and it's kind of based on the photo you see above (the topic was inspired by an excellent article in Outdoor Photographer magazine by Bob Krist). The rebroadcast is now online, and if you get a chance, check it out. You'll laugh, you'll cry, and as you'll see there is a 25% it will enrage you (but for many people it was also very enlightening and a real learning moment). Here's the link. (2) I only have three dates left this year for my"Light it,…

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with the latest news and updates! New Westcott Apollo Softboxes Our friends over at FJ Westcott have just introduced two new additions to their Apollo Speedlight Softbox lineup. Check out the 43" Apollo Orb, the first octagonal softbox that doesn't require an adapter ring, and the 16" x 30" Apollo Strip, perfect for adding that accent or hair light to your speedlight toolkit! In honor of these two new softboxes, Westcott is running a contest where you might have the chance to win one of these hot new items! Head over to The Lighting Lowdown blog for all the info and to enter. Deals from Kelby Training If you're thinking of staring your holiday shopping early and picking up a book or DVD from KelbyTraining.com, now's a perfect time because in October, every order ships with a coupon good…

    THREE MINUTES Stop and think how much time actually goes into three minutes. I'm not talking about 180 seconds, I'm speaking to hours worth of building out sets, days worth of pre-production, weeks worth of planning and concepting, and months or even years worth of imagining what an image will finally be like when the shutter is pressed. It's the idea that a photograph may be years in the making that interests me. Sometimes it keeps me up at night, sometimes it is in dreams. I am constantly envisioning how to make portraits and how to take photographs. Sometimes these thoughts are vague and based around a mood or a concept that I'm trying to  express in an image. Other times these ideas are more concrete images  that are burned into my mind about what I'm going to create with a subject. When a…

    Join RC Concepcion and me in this free online Webinar, where I'll be Lighting, Shooting, and Retouching LIVE online and taking your questions, all based on my brand new book (from Peachpit Press) called, "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it!" (The book inspired by the live tour). Here's all the details: When: Today  at 3:00 pm EDT (Online time zone converter here: link) Where: Right at this link: http://kelbytraining.com/webcast Cost: It's Free! Just register at that link above then be there at 3:00 pm today! Plus, we'll have special offers on the book and other goodies, and we'll do a giveaway or two, and I promise to make it fun, informative, and I'll share lots of tips and techniques with everybody live. I hope you can make it (and I hope you'll pass the word on to your friends so they can join us,…

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