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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    If I had a cool technique to show you, but it has a lot of steps, would you do it if: (a) You kew up front that it's super easy to do. Anyone can do this. (b) You'll learn some really helpful stuff, and shortcuts, just by doing it even once. OK, are you in? Remember — it's not hard at all. It's simple. It just takes a bunch of steps, but I promise you'll enjoy it (and it'll be worth it). OK, so I'm in the Atlanta airport a few weeks ago and I keep seeing this ad campaign for Microsoft Cloud, so I snapped this pic of it (above).  While my photo of it is kinda lame (snapped at the last minute on a moving escalator with my cell phone), I think the effect is pretty cool, and it's pretty simple to…

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    OK, I survived the Wedding shoot Saturday, but just barely thanks to all the record-breaking flooding we're having here in Tampa. It kept us trapped indoors for the entire day (and all my bridal portraits were scheduled for outdoors. Ack!). The event coordinator let us in an empty meeting room, and when I had the bride open the drapes, it faced directly into a rental car agency and a multi-level parking garage (see image below). LOL! Solution? Over-expose by 3 stops! That was what's outside the window just completely blows out and turns to solid white. I'm not sure if I've ever shot 3-stops over-exposed (well, not on purpose, anyway). Hero of the day? Auto ISO! To take sure I never had to worry about my blurry pictures, I turned on Auto ISO and set my minimum shutter speed to 1/125 of a second…

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    When I mentioned on Facebook I was shooting a wedding on Saturday, Jose Rodriguez (who follows me on FB and who had been to my original "Shoot like a Pro" seminar) wrote, "Don't forget an iPad to take pictures of the rings" which brought a flurry of follow-up questions from photographers asking why. Here's why — it makes a great surface to create reflections of the rings if a glossy black piano (my first choice) isn't available. This is a trick I shared in my original Shoot Like a Pro seminar, and it was my wife Kalebra who came up with the idea when we were doing a shoot last year at the reception hall and couldn't find a black piano. Above: That's me shooting a 100mm Macro using natural light to light the rings. By the way — the iPad mini (shown here)…

    http://youtu.be/ghz14--wVGM Some are calling it our best episode ever. I was getting texts during the first 20 minutes or so saying the same thing, but I have to tell you, the first 20 minutes area, well, I'm not sure what it was, but there was a lot of laughing (and dating tips). I think it must have been something in the water (or in Brad's beard) that kind of took the train off the tracks for a while, but we eventually pulled it together and Roberto shared some really great stuff — he was really awesome. Our topic was based on my blog post from Monday called "If you were only allowed 10 pieces of photographic gear, what would it be?" (here's the link), but when you watch "The Grid" (above), it's helpful to know that eventually we do get to that topic, but…

    http://youtu.be/zG_AObI9SMg Hi Gang: The video above kind of explains what the book is about, but I thought I’d take 30-seconds to define both, so you know which one is for you (and, of course, I’m hoping one of them is for you. And your friends. And family. And strangers you meet on the street. Etc.). My existing Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers It’s designed to teach you Lightroom from the ground up, and its focus is on workflow, and teaching you all the awesome stuff that Lightroom does so you can fall in love with it like about a bazillion photographers around the world already have. Here are the links to it on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, or from us at KelbyOne. My New Lightroom Book This one is a reference guide for people already up and running in Lightroom. You don’t read it…

    …that was a question posted on my Facebook page by Are Knudsen, a photographer from Norway. Why the question? Well, I kicked off a new monthly Q&A column in Shutterbug magazine a few months ago (they named it "Ask a Pro"), but essentially I answer questions posed by Shutterbug's readers along with questions I get throughout the month on my blog or social media, and the column has been a lot of fun for me (and I've been a reader of Shutterbug for many years, so it's also really a kick to be in their pages). As I was working on the latest installment, I asked the folks who follow me over on my Facebook page if they had any questions they'd like to consider for the column, and they came through with enough great questions to fill out the rest of the year, including this…

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