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  • Monthly Archives May 2014

    In-Depth Workshops with Frank Doorhof August 29-31, Frank Doorhof will be hosting a workshop in New York City at a great location that will combine studio work, shooting with natural light, working with models, and post processing. The group is limited so there is a lot of time for personal attention. This will be a learning frenzy with loads of tips and tricks on lighting, coaching the models, getting the right expression, natural light, strobes, mixing light sources, telling a story, building a brand, retouching and much much more. If you want more info or to register, click here to book your ticket for the workshop you don’t want to miss! Frank will also be hosting two-day workshop in the Netherlands August 1-2 where he'll cover topics that you struggle with most, portfolio reviews, shooting on location with natural light and strobes, and retouching techniques. For more info…

    When you’re in high school, you’re on top of the world. You have everything figured out; a plan for everything. You’re told the next step in the road to success is college…. I started my college experience at a large university. It only took me a semester to realize that I was wasting a lot of time and money, cutting out shapes and gluing them on paper in my “introductory” art classes. Not to mention, everyone around me was more interested in the party scene. I felt like an outsider. Like, I wasn’t where I was supposed to be. I was more focused than my peers and had nobody to relate to. I felt isolated and dark, with only my art and music to turn to. So I came back home, took a semester off and continued working in a retail job. I attended…

    I've been working on this series for a while now, and I finally got enough to do a full post over at Exposure.co (so all the shots, and full story is over there. Exposure.to is designed for photographic story-telling). It's a series of famous landmarks, buildings and monuments photographed as if they were taken on a white seamless paper background, but surprisingly the white sky effect is primarily done "in-camera" (I explain it, and the post processing part of it over on the post). If you’ve got a quick minute, I hope you’ll check it out -  here's the link.  Hope you all have an awesome week this week! Best, -Scott  

    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach, (shown above; the brother of our friend and colleague Jeff Leimbach), who died six years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day.

    OK, first last night we launched a totally new Photoshop World Conference & Expo Web site (seen above), with better, easier, and more "Vegas-ie" navigation plus lots of cool photos and stuff to help you plan your trip to Vegas with us. OK, enough of that (but if you jumped over there right now to see the new site, it wouldn't hurt my feelings one bit). [wink] ;-) NEW INSTRUCTORS Next, who's new to our teaching roster this September: I'll tell ya -- it's cool people. Really cool people, like: Tim Wallace UK-based Automotive Photographer > Amazing teacher and talent (I love this guy!) > Looks better in person than this photo > Not as good looking as me of course, but certainly handsome > He'll be shooting a car right in his class. We'll patch the bullet holes with Bondo.     Roberto…

    Perfecting The Shot: Photographing Babies & Toddlers Portrait photography with babies and toddlers might be one of the most challenging subjects you’ll ever face. Capturing cute expressions or perfect poses requires just the right balance of patience and persistence. Leading lifestyle and portrait photographer, walks you through easy, but useful tips on how to catch those “keeper” shots. You’ll follow Tamara, along with two different families in multiple locations, as she teaches her time-tested techniques that are sure to help you respond to shifting moods, feelings and expressions from your smallest of subjects. Leave a comment for your chance to watch this class for free! KelbyOne Live Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, Corey Barker, or Ben Willmore? Check out these seminar tours! Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby June 17 – Nashville, TN Aug 26 – St. Louis, MO Aug 28 – Kansas…

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