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  • Monthly Archives November 2011

    Am I good enough? It’s a question that I have often asked myself. When I am entertaining the idea of a new venture or project, a leap into unfamiliar territory, the question pops into my head accompanied with an all too familiar physical sensation of tightness in my chest and the palpable quickening of my heart. Can I do it? Do I have what it takes to make it happen? I was examining the answer to those questions while doing an exercise in which I needed to create a timeline beginning from the completing of high school to today. In it, I needed to document my professional life as well as my personal life and note the high points and low points of both. Admittedly, I didn’t look forward to this exercise, because the thought that immediately came to mind were the myriad of…

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    I haven't had a chance to really go through my shots from the 49ers/Giants game on Sunday quite yet, so instead, I thought I'd turn this into a teaching moment and share some tips on shooting football---the kind of tips  you're not likely to find anywhere else. ;-) TIP #1: What this shot needs is....more goal post (see photo above right). Without the goal post clearly visible in the shot, how does the viewer really even know what sport they're seeing? Is it ice hockey? The 100mm Men's Freestyle? Doubles Tennis? Who knows without a strong visual cue like that icon of football, the venerable Goal Post. Seeing it lets you know in an instant that this is football, and a four-point touchback is just moments away. "I've got a fever. And the only prescription...is More Goal Post." --- Legendary football photographer Bruce Dickinson "If…

    If you've got a minute, watch the short clip above explaining and announcing the launch today of my brand new class on Kelby Training Online called "Crush The Composition" and it's all about a new method for learning photo composition..

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    On Wednesday evening we are launching the worldwide premiere of one of the best online classes we've ever produced, featuring one of the best instructors on the planet, Joe McNally.  You're invited for this one-time only free broadcast of "A Day with Joe McNally." If you loved "A Day with Jay Maisel" or a "Day with Jeremy Cowart" this class was tailor made for you. We'll have Joe McNally himself LIVE with us in the studio, taking your questions, comments, and sharing his stories and instruction in a way only Joe can. After this one-time one free worldwide broadcast, Joe's class will be only available to Kelby Training Online subscribers, so I hope you can join us for this free live history-making event: When: Wednesday, 6:00 pm LIVE Where: Here's the link Who: Join Joe and Me live on the air as we share…

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    Andy Spliethof, the Leader of the Medford, Oregon Photo Walk. There were so many good photos, it was really hard to choose one winner, but I found myself coming back to this image again and again. Its composition, color and energy really come together to make a fun, captivating image. I posted the other Leader photos in an Album over at my Google+ page that were in the running right up to the end and I thought they deserved some recognition, too. Here's the link.  Congratulations to Andy, and to all the leaders who submitted such great images for our first Leaders Competition.

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    Hi Gang: I have really good news, and even better news. First, the good news: (1) Through sales of the official Worldwide Photo Walk t-shirts, this year once again we raised just over $7,000 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya. How cool is that!!!! Now, the even better news: (2) We're not done. Rob Jones, of Towner Jones Photography (the wonderful, big-hearted guy who coordinates our whole t-shirt store) really wants us to hit our goal of raising $10,000 for the children this year, and here's his plan: For every Official Worldwide Photo Walk t-shirt you buy before the end of November, Rob (and Towner Jones Photography) will kick in an ADDITIONAL $5 per shirt to the Orphanage. You have to love a guy with that kind of heart and compassion (Rob, you SO rock!!!!!). Here's the link to the Official t-shirt store. If…

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