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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    It's a new week---the dawn of new day--bright with opportunity and excitement. Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and....ah, who am I trying to kid? Here's the stinkin' Monday news: Back in June, Dave Moser and I were out at Adobe's Headquarters in San Jose, CA for some meetings, and walking back to HQ after dinner we noticed these large symbols being projected on top of Adobe's North Tower building, and every so often one of the four symbols would change (We joked that it was code to let the alien craft know where to land). Anyway, we figured it was "art" (a "California thing"), and kept walking, but then this weekend I ran across a story about some very clever, and curious guys (with way too much time on their hands), who cracked the code and revealed what the symbols mean. It's a…

    Here's a shot [click on it for a larger view] taken shortly after dawn at Utah's Monument Valley (which is just an amazing place---almost surreal). I'm using this shot as a perfect example of me not following my own rules, and paying for it later. Here's what happened: The night before this was shot, Jeff (scroll down two posts), Dave and I went to this cool little steakhouse about 40 miles from Monument Valley, where they cook the steaks outdoors on a "Swinging Grill" (it literally swings back and forth over a huge open flame to grill your steaks). It was a quirky place, with a live country band playing outdoors, and everybody there had a camera, so we were all taking shots of the band, the grill, and the scene. It was a low light situation, so I had to show off to…

    Here's what's going on: Want to give you photos that Trendy Hollywood Look? Check out a video tutorial I did for Lexar over at their Pro Digital Photographers Website (click here). So far, they've posted "Part One" of the two-part series, and I'll let you know when they post the second part. Also, check out all the Lexar pros by clicking here. There's an interesting article over at The Sun (a British-based newspaper) about a retouch of a cover shot of actress Keira Knightley, and her comments about the retouch (where she's nude, but mostly covered by props). The photo is really pretty mild, and there's some mildly colorful language on the page as well (just so you know). Here's the link. Our friend, and wedding photography overlord, David Ziser has launched a new blog for pro wedding and portrait photographers called "Digital Pro…

    My buddy Jeff Revell (shown above during our morning in Monument Valley) posted some of his shots from our West Photo Adventure (he's still out there shooting near Tucson now), and he's posted some great shots on his blog (when you get there, scroll down to his Thursday post to see a really nice sunrise over Monument Valley, with the sun just peeking over the horizon). Here's the link to Jeff's blog.

    I took a few days off this week to go shooting with my buddies Jeff Revell and Dave Moser, and over the course of these past three days we covered over 1,200 miles, I took over 1,000 shots, we saw some amazing places and just generally had a blast. (I took the shots shown above [except for the one of me, of course, which was taken by Jeff Revell] at "The Wave" outside Page, Arizona [click on them for larger views]---it took a six-mile hike over rough terrain and hills in 112 degree heat to get there and back....but it was worth it!) I'll be posting more images tomorrow and on into next week, plus I took some new gear and I'll be giving you field reports as well on: The Canon 5D (I shot with all Canon gear the entire trip on loan…

      On Tuesday I mentioned some of Ben Willmore's upcoming workshops, and besides Ben's, there are some very cool Photoshop and photography workshops coming up that I thought you want to know about, too. Here's what I know so far: The amazing Vincent Versace is taking a second trip with the Palm Beach Photographic Workshops to Myanmar from October 10-25, 2007. The trip is broken up two ways; From October 10 to 19 (all travel days included), or the full trip is October 10 returning home on the 25. Vincent has said that his last trip to Myanmar was "the most wonderful photographic experience I have ever had.") They still have a few openings left, so if you're interested in taking a photographic workshop with Vincent, click this link. You will have the experience of a lifetime! The Santa Fe Workshops (producers of absolutely…

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