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  • Monthly Archives June 2012

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    Hi Gang: I asked our team for as good a deal as we've EVER offered on our annual online training subscription plan and this weekend only (until this Sunday night, July 1st at 12:00 Midnight ET), you can take $50.00 off. That's right --- hundreds of online classes on Photoshop, Photography, Lightroom and Lighting taught by the best instructors in the world (from Joe McNally to Ben Willmore; from Joel Grimes to Cliff Mautner, from "The Photoshop Guys" to Jeremy Cowart and a who's who of the industry's best teachers), all for around .50¢ a class. That is just insane!!! Here's the link with all the details and where you can get started learning online. Just use the code KTSKB712 at the checkout to subscribe for only $149.00. Psst... Hey NAPP members... You still get an extra $20 off, so you can subscribe or renew…

    http://youtu.be/PYltqSEJMyU Last week on 'The Grid" (our weekly photography show), we had Joe McNally as our in-studio guest, and we had Joe do blind-critiques of portraits submitted by our viewers, and I have to say, I learned more about portrait photography in that one show that I have in a year. People are absolutely raving about Joe's critiques, as they were, hands down the most insightful, informative, and just plain brilliant I've ever seen. Period. I'm running the free broadcast right here, so if you really want to see portrait photography in a new light, you have got to watch this class. I promise, you will be amazed.

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    http://youtu.be/TSBdYn3-oJY Dave Black's Lightpainting: Illuminating Models "Light will set you apart." That's what Dave Black said when I asked what advice he had for up and coming photographers a few months ago. Fittingly, he was in town to film his latest Kelby Training class, Lightpainting: Illuminating Models. In his latest class, Dave walks you through the steps and technical details of lightpainting with people to help you avoid common mistakes and create unique, captivating images! Photoshop World Las Vegas Starting this Sunday, look out for the NAPP/Photoshop World "Big Bang Blowout Deals!" We can't divulge too much yet, but we'll have some great offers related to NAPP and Photoshop World Las Vegas. Also, just in time for the 4th of July, we'll be bringing back our Gimme 4! promotion, with four great registration offers for Photoshop World! Joe McNally's One Light, Two Light Tour Look out Canada,…

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    Photo by Eric Ryan Anderson in Portland, Maine, via disposable camera Under a fire escape in Brooklyn across from Prospect Park, looking up at what seems to be unending row of century-old brownstones — this is where I come to think, to reflect, to rest — to imagine.  I guess I’ll never be able to have that thumbing through B&H Catalogs or lusting through the aisles of Calumet. This is not a post about gear or Photoshop tricks or a wide angle lens for your iPhone. In fact, I actually avoid gear talk unless absolutely necessary. I want to know how to create compelling images, how to properly capture beautiful scenes and portraits, but ultimately, I don’t necessarily want to know how someone else did. I want to know that you made something beautiful; that you contributed to the collective whole, that you are spending your time…

    The new issue of "Light It Magazine" (issue #8) is out, and available in Apple's Newsstand App on the iPad (it's only $2.99. Crazy cheap!), and (BIG NEWS) we are currently beta-testing the Android version and so far the testing is going great (the mag looks and works great --- just a couple more things to address before we release it, so it won't be long now). This issue I've got a behind-the-scenes "Photo Recipes" food shoot using two Westcott TD-6 Spiderlites along with some things you can pick up at your local hardware store (seen above). This is one of my favorite issues so far. Great stuff from Joel Grimes (you're seeing the opening page above, which includes an embedded video), plus Frank Doorhof always brings great stuff,  and there's lots of cool stuff cover to cover. It's available now, so I hope…

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