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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    When I was in college I took a speech class and learned that when speaking publicly, it can sometimes be a good idea to start off with a joke. However, being introduced as “Big Daddy” already made me laugh, so I hope you did too. I’ve never actually called myself big daddy before, but when I met Scott shooting on the sidelines of my alma mater, Louisiana Tech University, it was what he started calling me (referencing to the original big daddy, Big Daddy Don Garlits). Before I knew it, so did anyone he’s ever introduced me to :) But with that said, Scott has become a good friend along with Brad and much of the Kelby gang, and I would like to thank them for the platform they’ve created here with the guest blogs and the opportunity to share a little bit about…

    Happy Thursday everyone! Brad here with the latest pimpy... Have you seen the latest Kelby Training Online classes? Some of the newest ones include... Scott Kelby's 10 Essential Studio Techniques Every Photographer Needs To Know - Scott covers the basics of studio lighting, including both strobes and constant lights with a variety of softboxes, how to position them for certain looks, and other basic studio equipment. Moose Peterson's Romancing the Landscape, Part 1 - Moose is out in Monument Valley talking about camera gear, predicting the weather, how to create time lapse videos, and more! Dave Cross' Photoshop CS5 Automation Basics - Dave covers everything you need to know to get started with automating tasks in Photoshop CS5, including the built-in automations, creating your own actions, discovering some hidden techniques, and using automated commands in Bridge. Scott (aka Scott "Claymore" Kelby) and Matt Kloskowski…

    First off, I would like to say that it is an absolute honor to be asked on as a guest blogger on Scott Kelby’s  site.  A very important thing for me is expressing gratitude for opportunities that have come my way, and understanding how the good things in my life have come to pass.  Scott has been on the giving side for me on more than one occasion, both directly and from happenings through the ripple effect caused by the NAPP, and I just can’t say it enough.  Thank You.

    For my few seconds up here on the soapbox, I would like to share with you a quick story and a few ideas that I THINK I know.  I say think with emphasis because I realize that life hasn’t given me all of the pieces yet. I’m here with the rest of you just trying to figure things out while everything around me, as well as myself, continue to change on a day to day basis.  One big thing I know for sure though is that I don’t know everything, and I never will.

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    Of all of the images that I have had the pleasure of dreaming up, or seeing happen before me, one of my favorite that comes to mind was more than ten years ago.  I wasn’t a professional photographer at the time, much less a professional anything. I was working a 9-5, collecting a paycheck, and living a pretty happy simple life.  That is an “uninspired” simple life. A few months prior I had picked up my first SLR from a pawnshop, a Minolta x-700, with a few lenses, pretty sweet deal. (That’s right all you purists, I was a film guy too back in the day. Let go.  It’s okay. I liked the little red light too, and if you miss the smell of fixer and stop bath that much you can always keep a tray of it next to your monitor. It’ll be ok.  8tracks were a great idea too at the time.  I digress…)   I carried that thing with me everywhere because you just never know right?  There I was, driving down Highway 270 in St. Louis, minding my own business when it hit me.  Nope. Not the car next to me, the image.

    Hi gang, and welcome to the online version of my 5th Annual Holiday Gear Guide (the printed version appears in Photoshop User magazine, which is just hitting NAPP members' mailboxes this week). If you’ve been a faithful reader of this gear guide for the past four years, you’ve probably noticed a subtle change in the title. That’s right, this is the first year that it’s not my “Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide.” When I put the first one of these together five years ago, I honestly didn’t give the name much thought because it was originally supposed to be just a post here on my blog. But it got so popular, the following year we published both an online and printed version. Eventually, it became the cover story, and well—gonzo just sounds kinda lame at this point. In fact, I really have no idea what…

    Hey everyone, Brad here with the latest news: The latest issue of Costco Connection, the magazine for Costco members, features an article called "May All Your Pixels Be Bright" with easy tips for getting better holiday photos written by Scott. You can jump straight to the article to see how to make the most of those holiday family photo ops.  And if you're a Costco member, keep an eye out for Scott's Digital Photography Book Books, Volumes 1, 2 & 3 next time you're in the store. Dave Cross is bringing his Maximum Photoshop Seminar to the South San Francisco Conference Center this Monday, November 15.  You wouldn't believe the amount of amazing feedback we've been getting about this seminar, so sign up now to see the Canadian Boss in action! Photoshop World instructor Chris Orwig will be featured on Peachpit's Photo Club webcast…

    Scott's Lightroom 3 Book for Digital Photographers is now available in a very limited spiral-bound edition! All the details, including a coupon code for NAPP members to receive the book for free when they renew their membership for two years, are over on the KelbyTraining.com store. Speaking of Scott's Lightroom 3 Book... After reviewing three different books on the program, new Lightroom user Daniel Bailey chose Scott's book to help him quickly get up to speed with the software and blogged about it. Thanks Daniel!

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