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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Hi Gang: Once a month on "The Grid" RC and I do our "Blind Photo Critiques" episode where we ask our viewers to submit images for a live critique on the air. When the submitted images are portraits, we often see the same type of problems again and again, so I thought today I'd share a few hopefully helpful things to ask yourself about a portrait image to see if you're on the right track — kind of a checklist to mentally take your image through to see if it's working. This checklist is short and simple, and certainly not complete, but at least if you've asked yourself these things about it, you'll be ahead of the game. Here we go: (a) Does your subject look engaged, either with the camera or someone in the frame (or just off frame)? Peter Hurley has a…

    Hey Gang: Adobe just announced The 2015 Release of Creative Cloud, and there's cool new stuff in Photoshop, Lightroom, and Lightroom for your Mobile Devices, plus there's some cool mobile apps, new "Adobe Stock" stock photos accessible right from within your CC applications, and a whole bunch more fun stuff for Creative Cloud subscribers. You can check out Adobe's 2015 Release of Creative Cloud page for more details. Visit our KelbyOne 2015 Release Launch Center for some free training on the Creative Cloud's new features. Also, I did a write up on all the cool new Lightroom & Lightroom for your Mobile Device new features over at our sister site: LightroomKillerTips.com - so you can check that out right here.  It's a big fun day - lots of cool new stuff across a whole bunch of Apps - will share more soon! Best, -Scott      

    Hi Gang:  Just wanted to let you KelbyOne members out there to know that I’ve kicked off a new Lightroom Q&A column in Lightroom magazine (this is our new “magazine within a magazine” that comes inside each issue of Photoshop User magazine, which is published in print and digital 10-times a year for KelbyOne members.  In the magazine I’m answering many of the great questions that are posted by our readers over at LightroomKillerTips.com readers  (thank you for that), so if you’re a KelbyOne member, keep an eye out for the new issue of Photoshop User, and my new column in Lightroom Magazine.” Hope you all have a great Monday, and make sure you stop back by tomorrow – I’ve got some really cool stuff lined up!  Best, -Scott  

    Yesterday I gave a shout-out to Kristina Sherk's new class on KelbyOne on high-end skin retouching techniques, and this is absolutely nothing like that. LOL!! I ran across this tutorial of hers last night on YouTube and when I saw the headline, "How to create Lens Flare in Lightroom 4" I just assumed that she started in Lightroom; jumped over to Photoshop to use the Lens Flare filter, and then jumped back. Pretty standard stuff, right? I was wrong. She does it ALL in Lightroom (and it's a very clever method). So much so that it's double-Kristina shout-out Tuesday here on my blog. Here's the video: http://youtu.be/q7nSucheyOQ That's pretty clever, right! :) Hope that makes your Tuesday a little more fun. Best, -Scott P.S. This will work in Camera Raw, too, but of course there is already a Lens Flare filter in Photoshop, so...ya…

    Morning everybody, and welcome to "late post" Monday! Just a few quick things: http://youtu.be/N-Oy0-yRb3I 1. Quick Lightroom Skin Retouching Tip Today I posted a quick tip on Skin Retouching in Lightroom over at LightroomKillerTips.com, based on a question I was asked at my seminar in Hartford on Friday. Here's the link to that tip, but if you want more pro-level stuff in Photoshop, check out Kristina Sherk's just-released online class on "High-end Skin Retouching" over at our site (here's the link to her class - it's getting rave reviews!). 2. Why didn't anybody tell me Van Halen released a new live Album with David Lee Roth? I saw them in Tampa a year or so ago when they just kicked off their new tour, and they sounded great live (but the iTunes review comments are pretty mean all the way around. Ack! Anyway, I…

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