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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    If you get a chance to pick up the October issue of ShutterBug magazine, six pages in there's a full page ad (shown above) featuring a headshot I took using Westcott's Spiderlites (Actually, it was just one Spiderlite, which is an amazing daylight-balanced fluorescent continuous light with a softbox attachment) and a 30" Westcott silver reflector which I used in an over/under "clamshell" lighting set-up). I've become somewhat of a Spiderlite evangelist (OK, Spiderlite freak) since the first time I saw them used live at a Monte Zucker seminar last year. Then earlier this year I got a chance to use them myself during a two-day Lightroom hands-on workshop, and I was totally hooked. When it came time to kick off my nationwide Lightroom Live tour, I called B&H Photo to order a set of Spiderlites for the tour, and I've been using them…

    Scott Sherman of "The Digital Photography Show" (shown above with me during the lunch break at my DC Lightroom Tour on Monday---photo by the ubiquitous Dave Moser), did a segment on this week's show on the tour itself, and he interviewed me for this episode (which is already online) where we talked about the tour, and I unveiled the concept behind my new upcoming Photoshop book, "Scott Kelby's Seven-Point System for Adobe Photoshop CS3", which is already in production, and will be in bookstores next month. You can listen to the show right there on their Website (here's the link). Thanks to Scott (and co-host Michael Stein), for having me on, and for creating such a cool (and fast growing) show, with such great, enthusiastic listeners. NOTE: Scroll down to the next post for the latest Wednesday news. :)

    Here's what's going on: There's a free online article called "30 Secret Photoshop Shortcuts" over at WebDesignerWall.com, and although there are dozens of sites that claim to have Photoshop "secret tips," their tips actually are quite good, undocumented tips, very well-presented and definitely worth a look (you will pick up some useful shortcuts for sure). Here's the link. During the keynote at Photoshop World last week, Adobe introduced an official logo for Photoshop (kind of like a service mark that means "Photoshop)," along with the official tag line; "Photoshop: See What's Possible." (both are shown above).I liked the tag-line the very first time I heard it (I really think it fits), but at first I really didn't like the "logo" at all (thinking it looked like a cartoon "talk bubble" at first glance), but after a short time, it does start to grow on…

    First, a big thanks to everybody who came out to my Lightroom Live Tour yesterday in DC (photos above by Dave Moser). I met some really great people (including a lot of people who read the blog who came up to say hi), and I picked up some new Lightroom techniques which grew out of figuring out some questions from attendees. All in all, it was a really great/fun/exciting day and again, my personal thanks to everybody who came out; and thanks to my official tour sponsors: Epson, Nikon, and Westcott, who help to make the tour possible. Now, onto the news: We've posted a photo gallery from Photoshop World, so click here to get a behind the scene look at last week's record-breaking event. Also, Shawn King, over at Your Mac Life, posted some of his shots from Photoshop World in an online…

    Nikon gave their first public showing of their newly announced D300 and D3 DSLRs at Photoshop World last week, and I got to spend some time with the both, and I was just blown away. They have really taken things to a whole new level, and it created a real buzz on the Photoshop World Expo floor. Although I won't get to really put the D3 [photo above courtesy of Nikon] through its paces until my workshop out in Montana next week, I did get to crank off a few shots on the show floor so I could try out some of the new features, and I was really tickled (OK, giddy is more like it). First, the larger screen on the back of the camera just rocks. It's so crisp, clear, and incredibly bright (even on the well-lit expo floor, it was as…

    I caught the red-eye out from Vegas Photoshop World straight to DC for my Lightroom Live Tour today, where we have over 700 photographers signed up for the full-day workshop. I'm totally psyched! :-) I got to do a little shooting last night with my buddy Dave Moser who flew with me to DC (seen above to my immediate right), where we met up with Jeff Revell (far right) and Mike Myer (far left) for some shooting around "The Mall." (I know, it's very touristy, but I'm a sucker for that stuff up here). The shots (click for larger versions) were taken with a Nikon D-200 (which I'm shooting tomorrow at the seminar), using a 17mm-55mm f/2.8 lens for the wide shots, and a 70-200mm f/2.8 for the long shots, on a Gitzo Mountaineer Tripod with a Really Right Stuff BH-55 Ballhead. I'll have…

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