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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    d82

    Since my post last night here on Google+ (http://www.scottgplus.com), and here on my blog earlier today, I've seen a lot of comments flowing in pro and con about this camera, and I just want to say a quick few things about the comments I've been reading thus far: (1) The D800 was apparently created for a very specific type of photographer  There is no law that every camera introduced by a camera company has to be designed to fit your personal needs. If you read that it has 36.3 megapixels and you're like "36.3 megapixels is overkill!!!" then obviously this camera isn't for you, but that doesn't mean there aren't photographers out there who read that spec and cheered! (Me being on of them). It looks like this was designed for commercial photographers, and wedding and landscape shooters that want to be using a camera with Medium-Format…

    d800dslr2

    36.3 megapixels (wow!) with a full frame sensor. Full HD video with stereo sound (yay) built in HDR (sweet) and it looks like its aimed at the commercial, wedding and landscape markets (photographers who shoot medium format digital backs. I mean who used to shoot digital backs). ;-) I haven't seen one, held one, etc., but it sounds amazing and I want one. Bad!!!! (And yes, sometimes you need 36.3 megapixels). Two words: Whoo Hoo! Read the full scoop at Nikon USA: http://bit.ly/wVaU77

    xppr2

    Yesterday I was in Cincinnati, Ohio teaching a mini-version of my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" workshop at the ProPhoto Expo (a really excellent event by the way, put together with the help and vision of none other than David Ziser himself), and during one of the breaks between sessions a very nice woman came up and told me how upset she was that Lightroom 4 wouldn't run on Windows XP, and that she feared when Photoshop CS6 ships it won't support XP either. Here's basically what I told her: It's 2012. Windows XP came out in October of 2001 (more than 10 years ago---see the press release from Microsoft's site above). It's time to freakin' upgrade! Then she said "But XP doesn't have any bugs!" That alone was a sad statement -- not for her, but for Microsoft as a company, and…

    NHL 2012 - Jets Defeat Lightning 2-1in Overtime

    ... and it sure looked it! :( (Above:�That's the game winning goal in Overtime above. Not a pretty shot, but then, none of them really were). I absolutely love shooting ice hockey!� I'm just no good at it yet. Not only was it my first time shooting ice hockey, it was my first time at an ice hockey game. It was (as expected) a rough night. How rough was it? Well, I actually registered the domain you see below last night after I uploaded my photos to the wire service I was shooting for. But I Still Had to Submit Photos I was able to upload 25 shots to Southcreek Global that were, well....let's say they were in focus. I think the puck might have actually even appeared briefly in one or two of those shots, but that's purely by coincidence. Here's a capture…

    News

    Good morning everybody and a big hello from the Lonestar State. Here's a quick look at what's going on: > Loving Austin! Yesterday I had a great seminar here in Austin (almost 500 photographers joined me for the day), and met lots of great folks (also accidentally made off with the Wacom's guy's pen. Left mine somewhere (probably in a hotel room in India), and he loaned me his to use for the class, but by the time I was done answering questions at the end of the day, he was long gone. Stuart, I have your pen and would love to send it back to you!). > I Almost Got to Shoot The SuperBowl. Almost. :( It's been a dream of mine (and any football photographer) to shoot the SuperBowl, and a friend of mine worked really hard to make my dream come…

    Scott Kelby Photography

    If you're thinking the ol' blog here is ready for a fresh coat of paint, I'm with ya on that one, and I'm happy to announce that sometime this week we're going to flip-the-switch on a new redesigned look and functionality for this blog. It starts with a logo design (see above) created by my good friend, and Kelby Media Group Creative Director Felix Nelson, who combined my photography with book authoring into one simple logo that covers both. After that, my in-house Web designer Fred Maya customized a new Wordpress template for me, which gives me the ability to post larger sized photos with my posts (which means less having to click to see a larger version), plus a nice large sized-gallery at the top of the blog and a update of my portfolio, too (thanks to RC Concepcion for that piece of…

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