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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Hi Gang: Here's some weekend stuff that might have slipped by ya: (1) I did a post over at Exposure.so on the "Classic Cars of Cuba" I am super-digging Exposure.so as a source for my photographic storytelling, and to that end, I released a post there yesterday about shooting the pre-1960s classic American cars of Havana, Cuba. If you've got a sec, it's right here: http://bit.ly/1edkDfl (2) Joe McNally absolutely rocked 'The Grid!" Having just come of an amazing night, where Joe taped a class for KelbyOne called "Behind The Lens: An Evening With Joe McNally" (which gained him a roaring standing ovation from the crowd, despite the fact that Joe never touched a camera, or a light, nor even showed a single one of  his images, which gives you an idea of what kind of class it was!), Joe followed it up with a…

    Hi Gang: Sorry no blog post today --- I've been head's down on a class I'm supposed to record today, and I've been busier than a one-legged man in a butt-kicking contest, so I've really got nuthin'. Well, I have this: "John Skinner for President." He might be British, so he may not qualify here in the US (silly law), but after his comment on the blog here yesterday, I would certainly cast my vote for him for British Prime Minister (even though I can't vote in the UK, silly law). ;-)  Anyway, John --- thank you (and thanks to Ken Toney and Michael Reeves for having my back, too. You guys rock!). :) Wait!!! Wait!!! I almost forgot! I actually have another 30-second  Photoshop micro-tip -- it's actually THREE quick Type Tips (I've been posting a new one each day over on my…

    Hey, dig this --- the Photoshop World Conference & Expo is being held in Atlanta this year for the first time ever (whoo hoo!) on April 8-10, 2014, and of course we are super-psyched. We're at the Cobb Galleria Conference Center, which is the ideal location and it should be an absolutely killer show! If you’re planning on going (and I hope that you are), here are the sessions I’m teaching (there are over 100+ sessions but I hope you’ll check out a couple of mine if you're coming to the conference --- it's open to everyone). Hot Shoe Flash for Absolute Beginners I know there are a lot of folks out there that want to start using flash, or have always been curious about it, and if either one of those sounds like you, man, you gotta come check out this new class.…

    http://youtu.be/PEcvSsnkY00 With more than 1.5 million people subscribed to the Adobe Creative Cloud, we wanted to release a whole bunch of online training classes on everything from InDesign to Illustrator, Premiere Pro to Muse, TypeKit to Behance, Photoshop to Lightroom and everything in between. Each weekday for the entire month of February we'll be releasing another NEW class on one of the Adobe Creative Cloud applications over at KelbyOne.com, along some other other already cool classes we had planned for February. WATCH THEM FREE EACH WEEKDAY! We are broadcasting each class FREE  from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm ET --- just that day -- then it goes back in the Disney Vault, errrr I mean then it's available just for subscribers after that one free day. The free broadcasts start on Monday, February 3rd. Here's the link where you can find the FREE airings (again,…

    McNally is #1! First, a hearty congratulations and a big high five to my buddy Joe McNally for being named the #1 Most Inspiring Photographer in PhotoShelter's 2nd annual "Photographers Outlook" survey of more than 5,700 photographers. I didn't get to vote in this survey, but I would have voted for Joe myself because I look to him and his work first when I need inspiration. Way to go big Joe!!! :-) http://youtu.be/BO8n-lN1LMM Photographer's State of the Union (hint: it ain't pretty) This past Wednesday on "The Grid" we took a frank look at where the industry is today, what photographers are struggling with, and how to make the most of it, and you've got a break and want to check it out, it's right here (above). If you're a landscape photographer, man do we have a book for you! So many Photographers have…

    Last week on "The Grid" we were doing our popular "Blind Critiques" episode (where viewers send in their best images for us to critique on-air, but we don't give the photographer's name --- we just to through and review their images). Anyway, in this episode we ran across this series of shots sent in by a photographer; they were scenes of some interestingly lit buildings in an office complex/entertainment area, most notably a "Hampton Inn" and the buildings nearby. While the shots were technically correct (exposure, composition, sharpness) they were just find of "nothing" shots. We were actually struggling a bit to describe precisely why these shots were so lackluster, when I viewer (JWPhoto) sent in this very insight comment that I think absolutely nailed what was happening in these photos. He said: "These are 'Hunting Shots." This photographer is hunting for a photo,…

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