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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    …AC Jacobs for his winning entry from the Binghamton, New York Photo Walk. To see the nine runner’s up, chosen by your votes, visit the official site: http://worldwidephotowalk.com/peoples-choice-results/ My hearty congratulations to AC, and all this year’s "People’s Choice" Runner’s Up. :) -Scott P.S. I hope to have details on the Leader’s Competition later today. 

    Today is Veterans Day here in the US, and I wanted to take a moment to honor and thank the men and women who have served in our country’s military, and who fought to defend the very freedoms we enjoy today. America owes you a debt of gratitude for your service and sacrifice, and I just wanted to join in with a heartfelt thanks.

    http://youtu.be/TR50WiPxWIc For me, it was Wednesday. I love learning, and I actually feel like I'm picking up new stuff all the time, but Wednesday afternoon I really felt like a learned so much that it will change the way I make portraits from here on out. It happened during Joe McNally's blind portrait lighting critiques during Wednesday's episode of "The Grid. He wasn't critiquing my images. What I learned wasn't even about lighting. If you're wondering when the last time you really learned something new that made a real difference in your photography, it can be today, in one hour, with one amazing teacher, and it won't even cost you a dime, but what you'll learn from Joe is priceless. Here's wishing you a weekend of great learning. All my best, -Scott

    http://youtu.be/LY1Z0bsguvg Rather than just In addition to posting 55 images and descriptions in the world's longest blog post, last night Matt, RC and I did a video webcast to showcase and discuss some of the amazing images that just missed the final cut to be either finalists or the Grand Prize winner. Best Shot Of A Kid On A Raft Calvin Alcala (Bacolod City, Philippines) Best Shot Of A Leaf (or whatever it is) On Bars Marco Van Apeldoorn (Graveland, Netherlands) Best Shot Of A Woman Wearing A Headband Looking Up Through Slats Amado Ill Reyes (Baguio City, Philippines) Best Abstract Looking Shot Of Person Standing On A Cool Sidewalk Matthew Short (Chorlton-on-Medlock, Manchester, UK) Best Shot Of A Laughing Guy Sitting On The Ground Arial Boral (Daraga, Bicol, Philippines) Best Shot Of A Steering Wheel In A Classic Car In Sweden Martina Sjoberg (Eskilstuna…

    It's one of my favorite parts of the Worldwide Photo Walk --- the reveal of the Honorable Mentions (images that didn't win a prize, but are so good they deserve special recognition). There are over 50 images, and we're presenting them in a video here on the blog at 10:00 ET (just 90-minutes from now) so I'll hope you stop by and check them out --- some truly amazing images! See you then, -Scott P.S. Here's a link to a Time Zone calculator.   

    Picking just 10 finalists and one Grand Prize winner out of the thousands of wonderful images from around the world is one of the toughest jobs I do all year. Remember, each image I'm judging has already been picked as a local winner by their walk leader, so the 1,000+ images I'm looking at have already been vetted -- they all won best of their local walk. I keep narrowing the field down and narrowing it down until I got down to 67 images I really liked, and then I finally had to get down to just those 11 (whew!). Because I take this so seriously, it takes a lot of time, thought and careful consideration and every single image gets viewed, and reviewed and considered and reconsidered. There are just so many intriguing images that getting down to just a handful is really…

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