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  • Monthly Archives January 2013

    http://youtu.be/kKcxjxMBo2E The Grid with Dixie Dixon Yesterday we had fashion photographer Dixie Dixon as our guest on The Grid, and man was she a hit! If you missed it (or if you were one of the people having issues with the streaming feed), you can watch it in its entirety right here or on KelbyTV.com (where it will be posted later today). She shared some great career advice that anyone who's just starting out can take to heart, and answered plenty of great questions. And, if you missed her guest blog earlier this month, you can check that out right here and see her work at DixieDixon.com. Capturing The Modern Family Portrait with Tamara Lackey Whether you're a family portrait photographer by trade or just want to get some great photos of your own family, you'll want to check out the latest class on KelbyTraining.com,…

    About three years ago, I was noticing a new trend in photography, that of photo collectives, like Luceo, MJR, Prime, and Razón that were making their way onto my various news feeds through social media. I thought it was quite clever how they used their collective social networks to share the work of their various members in a way that didn't seem pompous or overly self-promotional as it can often seem when when an individual 'toots their own horn' and continuously posts only their work on their personal accounts. It was then I thought, 'why not create a similar resource for all freelancers like myself? I'll call it "The Photo Brigade." It all started on Facebook where I began sharing links to great blog posts from many freelance bloggers with anyone who was interested in following our feed. Rather quickly we had over 1000…

    This sounds more democratic than it really is --- because I did, in fact wake up late (read as: just now) so I'm no farther along in my editing process than I was last night at 1:46 am, so I bring you up close and personal with a giant ball of fluffing fluff, known locally as "Maggie The Wonderdog!" Also, a thanks to my commenter Bibz who totally got my "She's so fluffy I could die!" reference from my previous post and posted a link to a YouTube video clip with an explanation (it's a reference to the very clever animated movie "Despicable Me!"). http://youtu.be/uADQG5N1Zbo Here's another view of the two "Fluffy Scenes" from the movie (via YouTube) --- just watch the first 7-seconds and you'll see what I mean. :) Lastly, let's close with yet another "Maggie Moment." (Above: I would do anything…

    Hi Gang: It's 1:46 am and after flying in from Atlanta tonight I just got through my first-look at the images from Sunday, and well....I'm just too darn tired to do a blog post now, so I'm calling in "lame." However, to distract you from my lameness, please enjoy this shot of our "she's so fluffy I could die" bundle of all bark and no bite (and reliable provider of unsolicited lick-baths), it's "Maggie the Wonderdog." (Who's a good girl? Maggie's a good girl!).  My plan is to actually post some of the shots (at least the remote images with some production shots), later this morning, but that is a very "loose" plan and is subject to change based on a myriad of things ranging from me sleeping too late to Maggie the Wonder-dog needing to be taken to the groomer (hey, it could happen),…

    The Falcons may have come up short at yesterday's NFC Championship Game, but they had just an incredible season, and I was honored to be able to shoot the Falcons during the regular season, and the playoffs. Shooting alongside Falcon's team photographers Michael Benford, Lynn Bass, Matt Lange all led by the wonderful Jimmy Cribbs, has truly been an honor this season, and I couldn't' ask to shoot alongside a greater group of guys. Plus, yesterday we got a special appearance from our buddy "Big Daddy Don Page," which made it even more fun. It's really late (I'm still here in Atlanta --- going to PPA's ImagingUSA tradeshow tomorrow here in Atlanta), and I am just beat. So much so, I haven't even downloaded my cards yet (and I can't wait to see how the remote camera set-ups worked out), so I'm going to hit…

    It's here! Our brand-new, just-launched magazine for photographers using Adobe's Lightroom. We launched with two issues --- a FREE launch issue (it's a full regular issue so you can really get the look, feel and of course, the free training), and we also simultaneously released our 2nd issue ( regular issues are just $4.99. Less than an Extra Value Meal at McDonalds). The magazine is all about teaching you how to make the most of your time in Lightroom and each issue has articles on everything from creating presets to organizing your images to my column on creating custom photo books, and much more. I'm the mag's Publisher, but at the reins is Editor-in-Chief (& renown Lightroom guru) +Matt Kloskowski so you know it's going to rock! The magazine is available NOW on the App Store for the iPad (For more on our Android tablet development,…

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