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  • Monthly Archives April 2012

    cs6boxes

    Today's the big announce day at Adobe, and I'm out here in San Francisco for the CS6 launch event, and everybody here is really psyched. Of course, for me it's all about Photoshop CS6, but obviously for a lot of folks that's just one part of a big Creative Suite package that was made much bigger by today's launch of the Adobe Creative Cloud. Get the full scoop on the Creative Cloud right here (it's cooler than you'd think, and Adobe really reached out to those folks still using CS3, and CS4 with a special deal for them, which I thought was really cool on their part). First go here David Wadhwani over at Adobe did a really great, to-the-point, quick summary of what the Creative Cloud is all about, and who it's designed for (and why), and it's definitely worth checking out. Here's…

    Kpin5

    Two weeks ago, on the "The Grid" we talked about Social Media for photographers, and we talked about Twitter, and Google+, and the new kid on the block (which is now reportedly the third largest social media site), Pinterest. I asked my wife Kalebra to join us on the show, (she's hooked on Google+ and has a really dedicated, fun, fully engaged group over there -- link), and she loves Pinterest as well, so we talked quite a bit about both (I mostly griped about Twitter and their 140 character limit. Don't get me started). Anyway, last night she did a cute post about Pinterest over on Google+, and one of the people who follow her there wrote this comment: "I'm reluctant to sign up for yet another social venue given my trouble keeping up with the four accounts I now have (fb, twit,…

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    Photo Walks at The Google+ Photographer's Conference The Google+ Photographer's Conference is next month in San Francisco, and while the main sessions will be broadcast live, you can only be part of the Photo Walks if you're there in person! Scott Kelby will be leading one at Golden Gate Park, plus lots of others around San Francisco will be led by Trey Ratcliff, Catherine Hall, RC Concepcion, Lindsay Adler, and more! Get all the info and register at GPlusPC.com. The Lightroom 4 Book for Digital Photographers Since Lightroom first launched, Scott Kelby’s The Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers has been the world’s #1 best-selling Lightroom book. His latest version for Lightroom 4 is being printed as we speak and it's available for pre-order now here. Scott uses his same step-by-step, plain-English style and layout to make learning Lightroom easy and fun in this edition. He…

    Grid with Matt

    Sorry to interrupt Guest Blog Wednesday, but I know a lot of you have been waiting for the next "Live Blind Critique" episode of "The Grid" and well, it's been just over a month since the last one, so it's today. If you'd like to have your work considered for today's blind critiques (we show your images but don't mention your name on the air), just leave us a link to your portfolio right here: http://bit.ly/J9yCsP, or to some images you've posted online, and we'll pick 20 or so photographer's work to go over on the show (not based on who posted first --- we choose based on showing variety and images we think can help our viewers). Then, we'll see you at 4:00 pm today at http://www.kelbytv.com/thegrid (by the way, I'm holding a note in the photo above. Not really, but it sounds better than…

    TamaraLackey_Kelby

    The first time I picked up a camera with actual intent, I hadn’t yet decided to become a photographer – but I certainly knew that I wanted to suck less at photography than I did. So I started studying pretty much anything I could get my hands on at the time. As this was nearly ten years ago, I was able to access about 10% of what I could if I were starting out as a photographer today. I set out to learn my camera from the ground up, and that included shooting in manual mode and putting myself through the paces until I learned enough about responding to a variety of situations that I finally felt in control of my equipment. That also meant I took on quite a variety of work for some time – if I could gain experience, get paid,…

    G+Conf

    What an amazing response we got to yesterday's launch of the Google+ Photographer's Conference. A big thanks to everybody that helped spread the word online, and we were overwhelmed with the interest, sign-ups, and people just wanting to help out, and be a part of this history-making event. I thought I follow-up today with a brief Q&A to answer some of the questions some folks have sent out way. Here's goes: Q. If I can't make it to the Conference, will the sessions be broadcast? A. Absolutely, but even better than that, the main conference sessions will all be broadcast LIVE as Google+ OnAir Hangouts for FREE (thanks to the folks at Google for that!!!). Also, the sessions will be archived so if you miss the live broadcasts, you can still catch the sessions when you can. Q. If the conference is streamed live…

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