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  • Monthly Archives May 2012

    Man, have I picked up some Frequent Flyer miles in the past few weeks. As I write this, I'm on my delayed flight back from Norfolk, Virginia after speaking the ISAP aviation photographers' conference (had a great time. Their association is so fantastic, I actually signed-up myself while I was there, and now I am a proud ISAP member). A big thanks to Nikon for having me there in the first place, and to Larry Grace and all the great folks at ISAP. So, after back-to-back London and Paris trips (hey, I'm not complaining) I'm off this weekend to San Francisco as we kick off the first ever, "Google+ Photographer's Conference." We're going to have a packed house out there, and we're getting there early to get everything set-up, coordinated, decorated and ready to rock. I am SO excited about this has come together…

    G+Conf1

    Google+ Photographer's Conference We're just days away from the Google+ Photographer's Conference in San Francisco! The Kelby offices are in the midst of all the last-minute preparations, and we're excited to be heading to the west coast. Don't miss this opportunity to see your favorite Google+ photographers all in one place! Head over to GPlusPC.com for the full speaker lineup, schedule, and registration details. Use GPLUSCOMM to save $50 off registration AND get 2 free months of online training at KelbyTraining.com. Or if you’re a student, use GPLUSSTUD to register for just $99 (must provide student ID)! These discount codes are valid until tomorrow, May 18. Plus, leave a comment for your chance to win a free ticket to the conference! This will be the last chance to win a free ticket from Free Stuff Thursday, and we'll be picking a winner in the next 24 hours since we're…

    Alex-self-portrait

    Hello there, my name is Alex Koloskov, I am a studio product and advertisement photographer. When started to work as a commercial photographer many years ago, I was trying everything: from portraiture to architecture, but very soon I realized that I can be successful and "the best" only where is my passion, doing things where I can use my full potential. It appears that such place is a quiet studio, a place where I feel extremely comfortable working with still life and motion subjects. I love to perform technically challenging shots, where I have to engineer the lighting and light modifiers, creating custom solutions for each shot. Today I'll show you how I work with one of my favorite type of shots: a combination of liquid and product subjects in one composition. "Sculpting" unpredictable shape of moving liquid and adding still subject to the…

    Paris5zsm

    The shot above was taken inside the Sainte-Chapelle in Paris. I had never been, and was really taken with the fact that it's all stained glass (and tells a story, reading from left to right, bottom to top in each pane of the stained glass). While it's looks really large here, I'll bet it's not 100 feet deep from end to end (but the ceilings are really high). NOTE: make sure you click on these to see a much larger version. Above: Here's the view if you turned 180° around from where I took the other shot. Again, the same amazing stained glass, and shot hand-held (it wasn't as bright as it looks here --- I had to brighten it up a bit in post).  Above: Here's a different church --- this one is the St-Germain-des-Prés in Paris, and we filmed a small part…

    ISAP1a

    Because of my own tour schedule, and our events like Photoshop World and the Google+ Conference for Photographers, I don't often get a chance to speak at other conferences, but when I was asked to speak again at the International Society of Aviation Photography (ISAP) Conference on behalf of Nikon, I jumped at the chance. This will be the third time I've presented at the ISAP Conference, and I have to say of all the conferences out there, this is without a doubt one of the best-run, most-fun, and incredibly value-packed conferences I've ever been a part of. The incredible training, and unbelievable shooting access they're able to arrange for their attendees still amazes me to this day. I'm speaking on Thursday, but I'm sticking around for their class location shoot on Friday (and catching a night flight home), but if you're going to be…

    lightit1

    Gees oh Pete that was a bear to get fixed, but finally the folks who have had a tough time getting Light It magazine's subscription thingy to work now have a new free update that fixes the problem (I've been hearing from happy people all day who can now download their previously purchased issues, and the current issue as well). In a word: "Yay!!!!" Just hit the App store and get the just-released free update, and you're home free. Thanks to everyone who was so patient as our developer played the detective game to find out exactly what was causing the problem (it drives you crazy when only a few people are having the problem, and you can't replicate it on any of your iPads. Uggh! But hey, it's working now and I for one am thrilled).

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