Posts by Scott Kelby

  • We are just 5 Days Away From My Worldwide Photo Walk

    Sep 26th, 2011  |  14 Comments

    We’re just five days away, and right now we have over 23,000 photographers signed-up for 1,100 local walks around the world this Saturday and Sunday, Oct 1st and 2nd. We are totally excited and amazed at the worldwide participation and sense of community this has created, and I can’t wait for my walk on SaturdayContinue…

  • Why All The Fuss About “Google+”?

    Sep 23rd, 2011  |  58 Comments

    I absolutely love Google+ As far as social media goes, I’d much rather post there than anywhere, and I hear that same sentiment all the time from other photographers on G+. In fact, I find myself posting there more than anywhere, and in just a few short weeks the number of people of follow meContinue…

  • Follow me on Google+ (it’s now open to everyone!)

    Sep 22nd, 2011  |  9 Comments

    Hi Gang: Google+ (which I just saw today referred to as “a photographer’s paradise” by another G+ user), is now open to the public, and I’d like to invite you to follow me (well, add me to your circle) there. I post more often there than anywhere else, because the whole community and concept is soContinue…

  • Fixing Football Shots Partially in the Shade

    Sep 20th, 2011  |  24 Comments

    Yesterday, in my post about my first football shoot of the year (link), I mentioned that if some of the players wind up in the shade, that I remove the blue tint that appears over anything white (like their jerseys, helmet, the stripes on the ball, and so on) in Lightroom (or Camera Raw). Anyway, IContinue…

  • Brad to the Rescue!

    Sep 20th, 2011  |  8 Comments

    I had a number of folks ask me about what recovery software my assistant Brad Moore used to recover the images off the “missing miracle memory card” from last week (link). He told me he used San Disk’s Photo Rescue Pro. Here’s the link. Thanks again Braddo! :-)

  • My First Football Shoot of the Season

    Sep 19th, 2011  |  64 Comments

    (Above: It’s not a composite, and the background hasn’t been blurred in Photoshop. It’s the 400mm f/2.8 doing what it does best). On Saturday, I got to shoot my first football game of the year, alongside my buddy Mike McCaskey, as the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame routed the Michigan State Spartans 31 – 13.Continue…

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