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  • Monthly Archives July 2014

    Let me start by saying, I don’t take photos professionally. But wait, don’t stop reading! Hear me out. My name is Mia McCormick and before I took a position at KelbyOne, I spent a decade telling stories and interviewing some of the most influential people in the world in the name of TV News. Now I’ve spent the last two years interviewing the very best photographers on the planet, for KelbyOne. I’ve grilled them about technique and business plans. I’ve asked them about gear and studio decisions. But some of the most important conversations, often get the least amount of attention, like the ones about inspiration. Having interviewed nearly three dozen industry leading photographers, about what inspires them to create compelling images, I’ve learned a bit about what drives the top creative minds in the business. What better place to share those thoughts than…

    http://youtu.be/PCbrKUPKMXk It's official — the latest book in my series is headed to bookstores in just a few weeks, and the video above tells you what makes this new addition, called "Part 5 — Photo Recipes" different than the rest. You can preorder the book right now from Amazon or Barnes & Noble or direct from us and be the first to receive the book when it ships in a couple of weeks. It's only around $17 street price, which is an awesomely low price (it's about impossible to find something for photography that only costs $17 bucks, right? This puppy is a steal). I'm really excited about this 5th Part to the series — it took an awful lot of work (and I about wore Brad out with all the shoots and travel), but I'm very hopeful it will help a lot of photographers along…

    I absolutely LOVE to learn new stuff, and if I get a chance to sit in another photographer's class, or spend a day in their workshop, I jump at the chance. Here are five (in no particular order) that are coming up that I would really love to attend (and I'm hoping to get to at least a few of these as a student myself). (1) Frank Doorhof's Ultimate Workshop Weekend I remember the first time I saw Frank teach in person. I caught his first class, and then went back three more times, taking notes every time. Frank is one of the people I've learned the most from about fashion lightning, and I continue to learn from him every time I get in front of him (that's me with Frank above). He's coming to NYC (he lives in the Netherlands) for a three-day…

    When I posted this behind-the-scenes iPhone pic yesterday on FB and Twitter, and mentioned I was using Lightroom Mobile (that it running on my iPad), I had lots of questions of how and why we used so I thought I'd tackle that here today on the blog. Why Lightroom Mobile? First, I know there are lots of apps (OK, at least a few) that will let you transfer your images from your camera over into your iPad so you can see them during a shoot. In fact, Terry White had a great article on shooting straight from an Eye-fi Wireless SD card, through an App, right over to your iPad (here's the link), but I wanted more than just being able to see them. I want this to be a part of my workflow to make my job easier and faster so I thought…

    Win A FREE Pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas! Submit your best photos to this contest for your chance to win a FREE pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas! The big winner will also have their photo published in Photoshop User magazine AND get a free year of KelbyOne! The winner will be chosen by a panel including Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Peter Hurley, Tamara Lackey, and Erik Valind. The deadline to submit is August 2, so click here and share your best work! Behind The Lens: In-Depth Portfolio Reviews with Joe McNally and Scott Kelby Join Joe McNally and Scott Kelby for an evening of no-holds-barred portfolio critiques, stories, and laughs. Joe graciously provides his expert, constructive insights to help beginners and experienced shooters alike improve their portfolio. More experienced photographers often get to a point where takeaways and suggestions are rare. Joe’s…

    When I received an email from Brad asking me if I wanted to write a guest post for Scott I was psyched. I screamed some colorful words like the ones coming out of the Master Jay Maisel’s mouth and I quickly wrote back saying YES! I was honored to even be considered to write on Scott’s blog. But then I panicked.... What could I possibly write about? Well, I have been shooting for only 3 years, I’ve had my up and downs, I’ve tried several photography genres, and I kicked and whined just to think about specializing in just one thing. Then I realized what I enjoyed the most was shooting people. So far this is what has worked for me. Between now an then I experimented a little with landscape photography, long exposures, macro photography, food photography, concert photography, and I even had…

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