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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    http://youtu.be/agtMHGoEh4U Last week I heard about this Tedx talk given by photographer Kevin Gilbert on the importance of protecting your photographic memories (I don't want share too much more than that, because I really want you to hear it from him). His talk, titled "The Lost Generation," is around 16-minutes long but it flies by because of the wonderful images, the funny and often touching stories, and his engaging, fun presentation style. I promise you, this it will be worth your while. Not only will it make you think, it will probably put some great things in motion for you, and it's sure to start your Monday with a smile. Here's wishing you all a fantastic Monday (if, ya know, there is such a thing. It's kind of like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster). Best, -Scott  

    http://youtu.be/Ozbf05w0cPQ In the most recent update to Creative Cloud users, Adobe did something I just did not see coming, and it's designed to allay the concerns of some Lightroom Creative Cloud subscribers (or potential subscribers). Watch the video above first (it's really short) which explains what they did, then I did a short Q&A below, which will only make sense after you watch the video: Q. Does this affect me if I bought Lightroom outright, rather than subscribed? A. Nope. Not at all. This only affects folks who are using Lightroom through a Creative Cloud subscription (either the full subscription or the Photographers Bundle). Q. So, if the scenario plays out like you said in the video, can I still import photos into Lightroom? A. Yup. You can import and export (so, if you're working with Raw files, you can still export out JPEGs…

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    DISCLAIMER: This story has nothing to do with photography, or Photoshop or Lightroom or anything like that. It's just about my birthday, which was awesome because I have an awesome wifey, which is what the story is about. Just so you know.  It actually started Saturday night… So, the wifey and I are sitting around the kitchen table Saturday evening when I see an email come in with those words from Delta I long to hear…"Your upgrade is now confirmed."  I assumed it was for a business trip I have coming up to New York in the next week or so, but then I look at the dates and it says Sunday, July 6th. I'm  looking at it,  and I say out loud to Kalebra, "Could I have accidentally booked a meeting on my birthday?" She doesn't answer but when I look over at…

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