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  • Yearly Archives 2011

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    Rob Jones pulled off a Christmas Miracle, and he doesn't even know it. First, a quick background: Rob runs Towner-Jones Photography based up in Washington DC, and when I started my Worldwide Photo Walk a few years back, Rob contacted me asking if he could help by setting up and running an t-shirt shop with the proceeds going to "Springs of Hope Orphanage" in Kenya (which was built from the ground up in part by donations from some of the wonderful people who read this very blog). Anyway, Rob's idea was a hit, and last year alone we raised more than $7,000 to feed and cloth the wonderful kinds at Springs of Hope Kenya. This year, Rob set a goal of $10,000, but we got the store up a little late (my fault) and we were at around $7,000 once again, but Rob wouldn't…

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      NOTE: Whatever you do, stop right now and get the FREE UPDATE from the App store. This is an important bug fix so download it right away. Now, onto our story: After taking what seemed to be 5 lifetimes to approve issue #2, issue #3 is already here and ready for downloading! (Whoo Hoo). It's an awesome issue, which includes a very cool article from Jason Groupp on "Lighting for Weddings," plus Frank Doorhof's "Studio Techniques," My "Photo Recipes" column, Tom Bol on "Location Lighting," Erik Valind with "Little Lights, Big Shadows" and our feature story is "Visualizing Lighting for a Composite Image" is from James Quantz, Jr. Don't wait----go download that puppy now! P.S. Did I mention that you need to download the free update from the App store?  :)  

    Animoto Pro has joined with NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) to create a very special combo offer – now you can get both for the price of one! From December 16-18, just sign up for one year of Animoto Pro at $249 and you’ll also get a one-year membership to NAPP (good for renewals too). Act now and tap into the power of these two amazing resources that will forever change how you approach your photography and your business. What is Animoto Pro? Animoto Pro is the tool photographers everywhere have embraced to turn their photography and video clips into custom HD videos injust minutes. Animoto Pro lets you spend more time doing what you love – shooting and editing amazing photos. What is NAPP? You don’t have to be a Photoshop pro to join NAPP, but you’ll become one when you do.…

    Hey everyone, Brad Moore here with the latest happenings in Kelby Land :) Corey & Scott Get Down & Dirty Join us for a free live webcast this Thursday, December 15th beginning at 4PM ET. You can register on KelbyTraining.com or you can just pop in on Thursday afternoon. Those who register will be entered into a drawing for prizes like Corey's book, a one-year NAPP membership, a $25 gift certificate to The NAPP Gear store and more. Scott & Corey will be sitting down to talk about this book which is really unique in that it uses all kinds of nooks and crannys of Photoshop to make really cool designs. It sold out on Amazon within a week and people are raving about it. Also, if you buy the book at KelbyTraining.com in December, Corey will sign it for you AND you'll get…

    After being rejected 5-times in a row by the App Store, it's finally here----issue number 2 of Light It Magazine, our how-to magazine on studio and hot shoe lighting (For the iPad. Only $2.99). Even bigger news! Since it came out so incredibly late, we have already submitted issues #3 and #4 to the App Store for approval, and the minute they are approved by Apple (which they should be within 5-days unless something goes horribly off track, which as we have learned can absolutely happen), we're releasing them. That way, we'll have released four entire issues of Light It by the end of the year. Thanks to everybody who hung in their patiently (and even not patiently). After such a fantastic launch, and have three issues already in the bag at launch, the delays were really tough on us, but we made it…

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    Writing the guest post for Scott Kelby’s blog is intimidating. Consider the giants of the industry who have posted here before - masters of lighting, composition and post production - skilled teachers who make complicated techniques simple and practical. I thought about what I could add and kept coming up blank. I tried to work out the reason behind any success that I’ve ever had apart from blind luck and then it hit me, I’ve always relied on the strengths of someone else. To have a career in photography requires competency in all sorts of disciplines; art, business, social media, networking – it’s a never ending list and those are just the general strengths needed. Specific fields of photography require specific competencies: consider how all the best wildlife photographers have an intimate knowledge of animal patterns and behavior. To have strengths in all of…

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