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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    If you've followed me for any time at all you've heard me rave about the photography of Bill Fortney. He's been kind of a mentor to me over the years and has taught me an awful lot (and I've been blessed to have taught some landscape workshops alongside him over the years as well). A couple of day's ago Bill wrote what I think it probably the best article I've read about photogaphy this year, and definitely one of my top picks ever. I shared his post earlier this week on Google+ and here are some of the comments from readers: > "I think this may be one of the best photoblog posts I have ever read. It simply speaks volumes." > "Wonderful & inspiring article. Gets me back on track as to why I love photography." > "You're right it did made me think about…

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    I'm in Denver Wednesday for my "Photoshop for Photographers" full-day live seminar (well, as long as that hurricane stays away, and it looks like it's staying away from Tampa), and if you want to come out for a day that is likely to curve your spine, you can join me by clicking this link. If you read this blog and you're going to be there, make sure you come up and say "hi." Cheers and we'll see you in Denver soon! :) P.S. The next stop for the tour is in Arlington, Texas on September 14th, where RC Concepcion will be the instructor, and then I'm back teaching the seminar in Los Angeles on October, 3rd, then RC is back in Minneapolis on Oct 17th, and then I'm in DC on the 29th. Hope to catch you on the road! :)  

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