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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    OK, so we're pretty new at this whole "Real TV" thing, and we just heard from the folks at Fox Business that we're lamer than even we thought. We just learned that we turned in tonight's show 8-seconds too short, and so they are not able to air it with 8 seconds of dead air (totally understandable). They have nothing to fill in that 8-second spot (and we don't have time to fill it, and get it transferred to tape, and shipped to them before tonight). So........"tune in next week and see if you can figure out where we came up with 8 extra seconds." (I'm trying to make the best of all this. We're all really disappointed, but don't worry---by next week, we'll have it worked out. Oh yeah, one last thing. Arrrrrgggg!).

    Hi Everybody. Here's what's up: Popular Photography is running a very cool "Digital Wizard" contest, where you download 12 of their images and use Photoshop to create your own collage/montage Photoshop-effect extravganza, and if you win, you could pick up a cool $1,000. Here's the link with all the details.Just some trivia: yesterday on Amazon.com, McNally's book "The Moment it Clicks" is so hot that it got up to number 11 of ALL books on Amazon.com---ranking ahead of even the latest Harry Potter book. Come on, that's pretty darn cool! Congratulations to Joe for taking photography books to a whole new level! (P.S. Here's the latest review I've come across--this one from Michael Clark Photography). If you're going to Photoshop World in Orlando this April; make sure you enter the Guru Awards contest, because now the awards ceremony is being held at a local…

    Remember last year, when we ran a photography contest on Photoshop User TV called “The Photoshop TV Shopping Spree at B&H Photo” where we sent the grand prize winner to New York City (including round trip airfare and hotel), and gave her a $1,000 shopping spree at B&H Photo’s Incredible Manhattan store? Well, last year we announced the winner, which was photographer Rachael Cardella, from Rachael Cardela Photography. Anyway, Rachel recently took her "Shopping Spree" trip we set up for her, and sent us back some photos (some are shown above; click for a larger version), and had this to say about her trip: I really cannot thank you all enough. My husband and I had an absolutely incredible time, and were treated like rock stars. The staff at B&H was so wonderful. David Brommer, Tiffany and Billy were very knowledgeable and helpful, and…

    OK, so you saw the B&H Photo contest winner above from last year, but what are we going to give away as the grand prize for our Photoshop User TV photography contest this year? That up to you! Come up with a really cool, inventive idea for a contest, post it here on the blog, and if we pick your idea, I'll get you an autographed copy of Joe McNally's blockbuster "The Moment it Clicks." But don't just put "Give me a D3, or a Mark III;" come up with something really creative and fun, that would make a great contest. Think "Dream assignment" or some amazing package of gear (but not one that's going to bankrupt the show). Whatever it is; come up with something that makes you say, "Now that would be really cool!" Hey, ya never know! (Ask Rachael Cardella). :-)

    Those of you who've been reading this blog for while, will remember when I did my Lightroom Tour in Hawaii this past December. Well, the day after the seminar I joined my family in Maui, and the hotel we were staying at had this beautiful koi pond. As I was walking by, I saw what had to be the most beautiful, perfectly formed water lily, in the most perfect setting and light possible. I thought to myself, "Oh, I have got to shoot that---that is just too perfect." But then I thought, "But to do it right, I'd have to get out my tripod, and cable release, and bring all my gear down, and it's all up in the room, and.....(wait for it....wait for it....) I'll just come back and shoot it later." The following day, the biggest storm to hit Maui in like…

    David Hobby, over at the Strobist, posted what I believe is the first full in-depth review of Joe McNally's new book, "The Moment it Clicks," and if you've got a sec--jump over and give it a quick read. At the end of David's review, he also announces something pretty cool (you'll have to read the review---I won't spoil it). Here's the link.

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