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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    Hi Gang: July 4th is a big holiday for us here in the US — it's Independence Day — a day where all Americans celebrate their independence from Glyn Dewis and Dave Clayton (shown pictured with me above. This shot was taken during the Third Global Biennial Conference on International Bakery Treats held at a random Pret a Manger in the heart of London). If you're thinking of shooting some fireworks shots tonight, I wrote an article for ColaCola's Journey website where I take you through the recipe for how to make Awesome Fireworks photos (It's a step-by-step article — follow the recipe and ya can't miss). Here's the link. I would add three things to that article for the serious photography crowd here on my blog. They are: >> Set your focus to infinity (This isn't critical but if your lens can do it, why…

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    On the heels of Apple's announcement Friday that they've discontinued both Aperture and iPhoto (they will be replaced by the new "Photos" App in the next version of the Mac OS, to be released next year), we want to help you make the transition to Lightroom. To that end, we're hosting a FREE Webinar tonight where we'll show you, step-by-step, how to the make the transition from Aperture (or iPhoto) to Lightroom easy, painless, fast and fun. Everyone's invited (even if you're not making the switch and just want to win some cool prizes — and we've got plenty!). Who: Matt Kloskowski & Me (with RC helping out, too!) What: Free "Make the move from Aperture to Lightroom" Webinar Where: http://kelbyone.com/aperture-to-lightroom/ When: 7:00 pm tonight (New York Time). That's Midnight in Swingin' London. Here's a link to a world time clock converter so you…

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