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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    A lot of people are surprised when they find out how much Lightroom Training there is at the Photoshop World Conference (which kicks off in just 24 days in Atlanta). It's a straight-up three-day Lightroom love-fest (so much so, that you can come to Photoshop World, and take nothing but Lightroom classes each day—all day—and never take a Photoshop or photography class at all. We even have an optional full-day Lightroom Crash Course pre-conference workshop (taught by Matt Kloskowski himself), the day before the conference starts (so, it would be on April 7th, and the regular 3-day conference starts on April 8th). Here's who teaching our Lightroom sessions at Photoshop World in Atlanta: Matt Kloskowski Zack Arias Julieanne Kost Eddie Tapp Jeremy Cowart Terry White Frank Doorfof Brian Hughes Erik Valind RC Concepcion and Me Take a look at the details of these daily Lightroom sessions, (click right here, and look…

    Go Back Up Your Photos. Right Now! Just recently I heard another heartbreaking story from a photographer who didn’t have a back-up of his photos, and he lost everything—-every photo he had taken in the last few years, including client work, family shots—everything—gone forever. Stop whatever you're doing and right this very minute, and take a few minutes to protect the visual history of your life, and back up your images. Just drag them onto another hard drive. If you don’t have one; run over to Best Buy, pick one up, and back them up. It takes so much less effort than you’d think. My Backup Strategy (in 30-seconds or less): I backup all my images (as soon as I return from a shoot) to TWO local G-Tech G-Speed Q drives -- one at home and a duplicate of it at the office (and Brad…

    I saw a tweet this week from @timothyjritter who wrote: "Didn't realize WPPI and #PSW14 were so inexpensive. Most professional conferences are $1000+" He's right ya know (and I retweeted that yesterday) --- it's an especially good deal if you sign up today (or at the very latest, anytime before the March 17th discount cutoff), because you can save $100 off the regular price and get a full conference pass for just $595. If you're a KelbyOne member, you get ANOTHER $70 off, so you're going for just $525 (again, if you register before the March 17th early bird deadline). It's our first time ever in Atlanta for our East Coast Photoshop World, and it's one of the easiest, most affordable places to visit in the US. If you're on the fence (come on, you know you want to be there), check out this…

    I just released another "Photo storytelling" post over at Exposure.so, and this is the first one where I've been able to use some of their newly introduced editing tools, including the ability to embed links, and feature one image at full width within a group of images (the editing tweaks they've added have been really nice. If you're an Exposure user, here's a link to a short video that outlines the new stuff  --- when you get there, scroll down to Feb 12th). Anyway, I put together some of my favorite automative images over there from the past year (along with two taken this past week out in Vegas), and if you’ve got a quick minute, I hope you’ll check it out — here’s the link. Here's wishing you a great weekend, and we'll see you back here on Monday. :) Best, -Scott P.S. I'm working…

    http://youtu.be/-9rc6jDVeA8 SmugMug Films just released this video as a part of their on-going inspirational series on photographers and I'm so proud and excited to be a part of it. The experience of working with Smugmug on this project was so much fun, and getting to work with Smugmug's director, editor and wizard of video, the amazing Anton Lorimer, was something I'll never forget. I hope you enjoy the video (and I hope you'll share with other photographers out there as a way to introduce them this very cool series from SmugMug --- I'm the fourth photographer in their series of videos and if you haven't seen the others yet, you will love them --- Here's the link [you can subscribe for free to get all the photographer profiles as they're released]). My humble thanks to everyone at Smugmug for including me in their vision ---…

    ….that doesn't mean there's no time to share a photo of (wait for it…wait for it…) "Maggie The Wonderdog!" That right, it's Maggie Monday, because I'm out in Vegas teaching at the WPPI (Wedding and Portrait) show and it's late at night, and I'm still on East Coast time, and I'm really tired, and blah, blah, blah I got nuthin.' By the way, Maggie is a Coton de Tulear, which is French for "A dog that will occasionally sneak up on the dinner table and eat your meal if you are dumb enough to walk away for a moment to go to the fridge or something." The reason why we do not load her into a circus canon and send her hurling into a faraway net is…she is just so darn cute (who's a good dog! who's a good dog!). Anyway, I'm hoping that Maggie's…

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