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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Hi Gang: Each year for Independence Day (observed today, the Fourth of July, here in the US as a way for all Americans to celebrate our independence from Dave Clayton), I share a quick post on how to photograph Fireworks (a traditional part of the 4th of July celebration). I’m posting the technique that I included on page 175 of my book, “The Digital Photography Book, Part 1.” Here we go: This is another one that throws a lot of people (one of my best friends, who didn’t get a single crisp fireworks shot on the Fourth of July, made me including this tip just for him, and the thousands of other digital shooters that share his pain). For starters, you’ll need to shoot fireworks with your camera on a tripod, because you’re going to need a slow enough shutter speed to capture the falling light trails, which is what…

    http://youtu.be/Y598ENDC9aQ First, watch that 60-second (or so) video above from Tim about his online class on shooting close-up detail shots of cars. I'll wait right here. [insert mental shot of me waiting]. ...see that didn't take long. Awesome, right? I know! After I posted some car shots I did a couple of weeks ago here on blog, and on my Facebook, Twitter and G+ pages, I had a lot of questions about the lighting and camera techniques and I wish I could take a lick of credit for any of it, but I learned it ALL from Tim's online classes. He's really an amazing teacher and he tells you EVERYTHING -- he doesn't hold anything back, which I totally love about him! (He's the real deal!) Anyway, if you'd like to watch Tim's class, we've set it up so that TODAY ONLY you can…

    http://youtu.be/TjUPh7FI4nQ Here's the behind-the-scenes video I mentioned on Tuesday from my car shoot at an airplane hangar (as luck would have it, the hanger was the exact same hangar at the airport where my wife flies out of). I used the Priolites again but I also used a new super-lightweight battery pack that let us take one of our Elinchrom studio strobes out on location (I did a quick demo of it on the video above). Anyway, we were planning on shooting two cars and a plane, and it turned it to a six-car, six-hour long shoot with two Ferraris (an F-430 and a California); a Devon GTX, a Rolls Royce Ghost, a Spyker, and a Audi R8. We were psyched! (Plus, I was finally going to get a full-body shot of the Audi R8 I did the detail shots of last month). Anyway,…

    OK, this is NOT a finished shot --- just a behind-the-scenes shot from a 6-hour long, six-car shoot in an airplane hangar. I was going to show the finished shots today and include a behind-the-scenes video about a new piece of gear we took out on location, but the video's not quite out of editing yet. Hoping for Friday. In the meantime, you can see two of the three lights used in the shoot ---- the one in the top left corner is one of those Priolites that we are totally digging on (here's a link to my Audi R8 shoot video and Prioite demo video), and the long strip bank near the rear of the car is an Elinchrom BXRI 500 (my go-to studio strobe) running off a very cool, very small, very lightweight, and very affordable battery pack (more on it on…

    So I'm reading a review of the new features of Photoshop CC over on Mashable.com, and of course it takes all of three seconds for it to turn nasty, where a commenter accuses the reviewer of getting paid by Adobe to write a favorable review, because after all, if it is a favorable review of something he doesn't like, the reviewer is obviously "on the take." He wrote: "#letsbereal --- How many free months of Photoshop CC did Adobe offer for writing this..." Essentially, he's saying 'You said something I disagree with, so you must be getting paid.' If you say anything positive about the Creative Cloud, like this reviewer did, you get attacked (The funny thing was that the reviewer mentioned how he didn't like the rental model, yet he was still attacked for liking the new Photoshop features and not siding with…

    What an amazing day!!!! Over 1,500 photographers (capacity) at the B&H Photo event in person --- literally thousands more watching the live stream from literally all over the world --- Adobe was there, including the new Lightroom Product manager Sharad Mangalick, who was answering questions all day, one-on-one from attendees at the event --- and I'm training alongside Adobe Evangelist Julieanne Kost and The Photoshop Diva herself, Katrin Eismann. What a blast! :) Lots of learning. Lots of laughs. Lots of Lighting. Lots of Lightroom. Canon was there. Sony was there. Elinchrom, Square Space and Westcott, too (among others). That's (L to R above): Yours truly, Katrin, and Julieanne during the opening session showing off some cool Lightroom 5 stuff. I'll tell the rest in the captions, but all morning we shared Lightroom tips, new features, news techniques, and so on. Then after lunch…

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