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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Thanks to msacks and wade who both posted comments asking if they could see the "before" untouched shot of the house image (shown above--click for a larger view), to see how the Seven Point System was applied to create the final image posted yesterday. I also think it's helpful to see the "before" windows (the open windows I covered), and the large truck and the DLWS van on the sides, which I had to clone out, though the edge vignette effect (which is also included in the Seven Point book, even though it's not one of the "Seven Points"), did help to minimize distraction around the edges of the image, too. Thanks again to msacks and wade for the suggestion. :)

    I'm back in the office now, and happy to announce the first two winners of the "iPhone Book-a-day" giveway. They are: Monday - Day 1: Jonathan Perez Tuesday - Day 2: Chris Kennedy I have no idea where these two fine people are from, because we don't ask for address information until you've won (so we can ship you the book). We'll ship the books (or the iPhone itself), to any country. Also, if you win one of the "iPhone Book a Day" contests, you're still in the running for the grand prize on the 10th day. Thanks for entering, and good luck everybody!

    Inside Digital Photo radio has just posted an in-depth radio interview with me about my new Photoshop 7-point-system, and a whole bunch of other stuff (It was one of the most fun interviews I've done, because after a short while, the host Scott Shepard and I kind of forgot it was an interview, and it turned into two buddies talking on the phone, and we talked about my Canon experience, and Nikon stuff, and iPhone stuff, and well...you name it). Here's the link. 

    On Tuesday about an hour before sunset we headed out to a lighthouse, right near a public beach, where I got this very "Cape Cod-like" shot (click on it for a much larger view). Same camera and lens as the shot I posted yesterday, but at 50mm, with an exposure of f/11 at 1/20 of a second, shot in Aperture priority mode (I shoot all outdoor shots in Aperture priority so I can control the focus of the background). NOTE: I had a number of comments and emails yesterday about how yesterday's photo was post-processed. For the image you see here, and yesterday's image, I used my "Photoshop Seven Point System" for all image toning, but in yesterday's image I had to do some serious cloning, because on the right side of the house, you could see the DLWS van in the parking lot,…

    We got there early enough to get in position for sunrise and that moment when its beautiful light first kisses the front of this wonderful landmark on the beach (click on it for a larger version). INFO: Taken with a Nikon D200 on a tripod, using a Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 lens at 22mm, at f/8, with the ISO set at 100, and the shutter speed set to 1/8 of a second. I'll post more when I get a chance but we've been just goin', goin', goin! (but we're having an absolute blast). Last night I also did a session where I turned them on to my new "Photoshop 7-point System," which really struck a chord with the class, big time!

    This past Sunday, I got the chance to present a live version of my new "Photoshop 7-Point System" to MacGroup Detroit (the group founded and run by the amazing Terry White), and I have to tell you; I've never received a warmer welcome for any speaking engagement ever. As we drove up to the conference hall, members of MacGroup were standing outside, each holding a letter that spelled out "Welcome Scott," (photo above by James Cutler) and they had balloons and even a gift of a stars and stripes "Rocky" jacket, that they had me put on as soon as I stepped out of the car. For photos of the event itself, visit Terry's Tech Blog by clicking here.  Thanks so much to everyone at MacGroup Detroit, for their gracious hospitality, and for making me feel so welcome. You guys are just the best,…

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