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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Earlier this week I was in Las Vegas at the WPPI show (the big Wedding and Portrait Show), and I was honored to be asked to give a talk in Canon's booth on any topic I'd like (that's me during one of my talks on Monday — photo by Brad Moore). While the name of my talk was "Photo Recipes" a big part of the talk was about lenses, but not the standard lens demo stuff (use this lens for weddings and this lens for sports, and the like), but thinking about lenses in the bigger picture (no pun intended there, but I wish it had been): from the fact that the moment you pick up a lens and put it on your camera, you've already made your first composition decision, to why so many people aren't happy with their lens (and it's not…

    Above: It was a cold, gray day in Richmond — perfect for shooting indoors. Here's an iPhone pic of me in front of The Byrd (photo by Brad Moore). So, last month I'm reading USA Today (online) and I run across an article about classic old historic movie theaters (link) and I saw that one of them was in Richmond, Virginia, which was great because in just a few days I was going to be in Richmond with my seminar tour. So, I asked my assistant Lynn to contact the theater and see if there was any way I could come in the day before my seminar; set up a tripod; and take  some shots of the theater while it was empty. Well, as luck would have it, the theater manager (a really cool guy named Todd Schall-Vess) was a KelbyOne subscriber and had some…

    First, if you're not familiar with Mylio (and you're concerned about protecting your images, and you love the idea of having access to all your photos wherever you are), jump over to this link and see what it's about, then come right back here (by the way, you can download a free trial while you're there, but wait till later — come straight back here). :) I've been using Mylio since it was in early Beta… I was there for the launch in NYC and I think the people and technology behind it are truly amazing. But this weekend, I started over from scratch with Mylio, downloading and reinstalling the app and rebuilding the entire thing on my iMac (which amazingly only took about 25 minutes, including setting it up on all my mobile devices), but I decided to do all this after a…

    Happy Friday every-ba-day! :) If you're out in Vegas this week for the WPPI show (the big Wedding and Portrait photography show), I hope you'll stop by and check out my talks at Canon's booth and the KelbyOne Theater on the Expo floor. All the talks are free and open to anyone attending the WPPI expo. Canon Booth: My talk is called "Photo Recipes Live" Monday @ 1:45 pm Tuesday @ 10:45 am KelbyOne Theater: My talk is on Portrait Retouching Secrets Monday at 10:30 am  You may also be able to catch my short talk called "My order" at the counter at the In/Out Burger location behind the New York, New York Hotel & Casino at some point during this event. If you're out at the show, I hope you'll stop by one of my sessions and say "hi." Hope you all have an…

    Last week I heard the news that my long-time friend Nancy Aldrich-Ruenzel was retiring from her post as Publisher at Peachpit Press, the company that for as long as I can remember, has published all my books. For many years Nancy had led a team of some of the most creative, passionate, and talented people in modern book publishing history, and she and her team gave flight to an unparalleled body of work from some of the greatest educators of graphics, art and design of our time. I'm dedicating my blog today to Nancy as my way of saying thanks for never compromising, for always striving to do what's right by the reader, and for taking so many chances with my crazy book ideas over the years. One of the things I loved most about working with Nancy was her love of the art…

    Weekend before last, my wife Kalebra and I snuck off for a Valentine's Day getaway to meet our friends Moose & Sharon Peterson on the Oregon Coast. I did a post about the trip over at Exposure.co with some images from the trip, and the story behind them, along with my story of shooting the famous "Thor's Well" which was, well…it was swell. Get it? Swell? Ah, forget it. Anyway, if you've got a second, here's the link.  Hope you guys have a great Monday! Best, -Scott P.S. I posted #10 in my series called "10 Things I Would Tell New Lightroom User" over at LightroomKillerTips.com

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