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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    If you want to get up to speed quick on the brand new public beta of "Adobe Photoshop Express," Kelby Training just released a free online learning center (featuring our own Matt Kloskowski) which takes you through the whole process, from uploading your photos, to editing, to creating online albums, and sharing your work. Here's the link to check it out right now. :-)

    Wanna check out the Photoshop World Tech Expo in Orlando next week for free? Here's the deal: We usually open the Tech Expo part of Photoshop World to the public for one-day only, but this year in Orlando we've expanded our Expo to a third day, so we're opening the show floor to the public for two full days (Thursday, April 3rd and Friday, April 4th). If you sign-up in advance online, you can get the Expo pass free (if you show up at the door, it's $20.00 per person). Here's the link. Here's why you should come to Orlando and check out the Expo: You get to play with all the latest photography and Photoshop-related gear from exhibitors like Epson, Nikon (who have their own theater this year), Canon, Adobe, OnOne Software, Westcott, NikSoftware, Wacom, Microsoft, Chimera, Corel, LensBabies, and Tamron (among others).…

    I had a number of comments on my "Wedding Shoot" blog post yesterday, asking how to set up Lightroom and your camera to shoot tethered (where the images aren't written onto your memory card---they go straight from the camera onto your laptop, so you can see them full size on screen). So, I thought I'd go ahead and show that today, so here ya go. The shot above, taken by RC, shows me shooting (along side makeup artist Shelly Giard) but I'm tethered very close to my laptop, because I forgot to bring my USB extender cable (I highly recommend picking up a USB extender cable. It's really helpful, if you actually remember to bring it to the shoot). Step One: To connect your camera to your laptop (or desktop machine), you need to use that little USB connector cable that came with your…

    Jeff Revell, of PhotoWalkPro.com fame, is going to be attending the Photoshop World Conference & Expo next week, and since he's down that way he's putting together a special Photo Walk in Orlando and everyone's invited to come along (you don't have to be a Photoshop World attendee to join the Photo Walk). It's scheduled for Tuesday April 1st, (Photo Walks last around two hours), and Jeff is planning on shooting just outside downtown---in and around the Lake Eola area (great cityscapes, plus skyline reflections in the water), and they'll continue to some historic buildings and sites in the Church Street Station area. Everyone's invited to join Jeff and gang, and you can find out more details by clicking here. Make sure you check out shots from Jeff's Photo Walk in Washington, DC earlier this month, here on my blog (Matt and I flew…

    Here are some shots from a Bridal Shoot I did yesterday at a Catholic church in Clearwater, Florida (click on it for a larger view). The images haven't been retouched in Photoshop yet---you're seeing a straight capture of them taken in Lightroom's "Lights Out" mode, in the Grid. The shots were taken using the same one-light Elinchrom On-Location studio lighting set-up that I talked about on the final day of Lighting Gear Week (An Elinchrom Ranger RX Kit [flash head and battery pack], with a 53" Elinchrom Midiocta softbox, mounted on a rolling Avenger boom stand. We also used a reflector for some of the shots, but mostly just that Elinchrom). We shot inside the church, and then outside in the portico, but still used the Elinchrom for everything except two of the shots you see here. They were shot with a Nikon D3,…

    Last week I saw my first batch of copies of my new book, co-authored with my buddy and fellow Photoshop Guy, Matt Kloskowski, "The Photoshop Elements 6 Book for Digital Photographers." This is the first version of the book that Matt and I have worked on together, and I'm am just thrilled with how it came out. This new version covers all the new features in Elements 6, but we added lots of new techniques, and I did an entirely new section on Camera Raw processing in Elements 6, which is infinitely more powerful than it was in previous versions, plus I added a special section on workflow, and Matt brought his bag of tricks to the table, and well...there's lots of cool new stuff for Elements users. Matt is a brilliant teacher who really brought a lot to the book, and I think…

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