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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Buonjiorno everyone and greetings from beautiful Rome, Italy! We're still here wrapping up our trip, and it's just been wonderful, capped off by spending the day with a really awesome group of photographers from all over Italy, Europe and the USA who joined me here in Rome for my local walk on Saturday. I'll have lots more to share about my walk (and how we got this shot of us in the sunshine with a 90% chance of rain), and walks all over the world, tomorrow but in the meantime if you took a group shot during your local walk, can you share the link with me and I'll do a post with them here tomorrow on the blog. Above: Here's our group as we start our walk on the backstreets of Roma (shot by my wife Kalebra with her "trusty iPhone"). :) Thanks…

    It’s Worldwide Photo Walk day and I’m so excited!!!! Greetings from beautiful Rome, Italy! I'm leading a local walk today here in Rome, and I'm so looking forward to meeting everyone here. :) I’m very excited to have my wife Kalebra joining me on the walk again this year as well (she’ll be wielding her “Trusty iPhone”) along with my brother Jeff and his girlfriend Dee, and we have a bunch of friends joining us here as well (Serge & Karen, Tony & Lindsay) and 50 new friends we'll meet today here in Roma! Make sure you keep an eye on our social media pages today (from Facebook to Twitter (#WWPW) to Google+) where we'll be sharing group photos and images from around the world (and I'll be posting to my own pages on Twitter (link), Facebook (link) and G+ as well. Here’s wishing you all beautiful…

    It’s here!!! Tomorrow in more than 1,200 cities around the world my 6th Annual World Wide Photo Walk kicks off, and by tomorrow night nearly 30,000 photographers around the world will collectively have taken literally millions of photos as part of their local Photo Walks. Just “Wow! If you haven’t signed up for a walk yet: go here  right now --- find a walk near you and sign up free! (you can be walking with us tomorrow!). If you’re already signed up to walk, here are SEVEN LAST MINUTE PHOTO WALK TIPS to make your day a success: (1) Walk Leaders: Make Sure You Watch my Leader’s Video If you’re leading a Photo Walk, go to your Leader’s Dashboard page on the Official Worldwide Photo Walk site and watch my video called my: “Top 10 (or so) Tips for Leading A Successful Photo Walk.” There is some VERY important info in that video, so please make absolutely sure you…

    We’re just four days away, and it’s not too late for any photographers you know to join their local city walks as part of my Worldwide Photo Walk this Saturday. So….I was hoping you might help me spread the word, so as many people as possible have to opportunity to participate in walks. If you could put the word out on your Facebook pages,Twitter, Google+, your blogs, photo club bulletin boards, and anywhere else you think it might help. You can even grab some web graphics and logos to use. You can send them to main Photo Walk page at WorldwidePhotoWalk.com Many thanks in advance, and we’ll see you this Saturday! :) Ciao! -Scott

    We’re just five days away, and right now we have more than 23,000 photographers already signed-up for 1,200+ local walks around the world this Saturday, Oct 5th. We are thrilled at the worldwide participation and sense of community this has created, and I can’t wait for the local walk I’m leading on Saturday in Rome, Italy to get here (it's my and my wife's first time to Rome, and my brother, his girlfriend, and a few more friends will be joining us along the way. I am psyched!). If you haven’t signed up for a Walk Yet…. It’s not too late. Here’s the link—find a city near you, and sign up to be a part of your local walk. Seven Tips for Walkers Each year, I gave seven tips for walkers to help you make the most of your walk, and I’ve got those here for you again. If you’re…

    Mornin' everybody. I wanted to wrap up the week with a quick trick for creating realistic backgrounds for compositing, so here goes: When I was in Seattle for my "Shoot Like a Pro" Tour, before the seminar kicked off in the morning, Brad and I went just outside the convention center so I could create some real shallow depth-of-field backgrounds I could use in Compositing. I did this mostly because I hate how it looks when you take an in-focus background and try and "fake it" by adding a massive Gaussian Blur or Lens Blur filter in Photoshop. Above: I had Brad stand in the street, and I zoomed-in fairly tight on him with a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens, at f/2.8 so the background would be way out of focus (as seen here). Once I was focused on Brad, I would hold the shutter button…

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