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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    paris1

    Even though I just got back from London, I am not complaining about taking this trip! Besides filming what will be another amazing, eye-opening, inspiring day of learning with Jay, I'll be taping two online classes myself while I'm there: (1) One on Shooting Travel Photography, and... (2) One called Photoshop for Travel Photographers (based in part on my Photoshop World session of the same name, but a much expanded, and updated version). I am as excited about these two classes as I was for my "Crush the Composition" online class because I'm teaching travel photography in a very different way than I have ever seen it taught before (and Paris is a perfect city for it!). The wifey and some friends are coming along (ya know, for moral support), and of course our in-house video crew will be there along with "The Brad" (you…

    lr4bookinhouse

    My buddy Matt Kloskowski just me this iPhone shot of my latest book which just arrived at the office yesterday (I was working at home, getting caught up for my trip), so that means it's already on its way to bookstores. Really excited about this one! (I added lots of cool new stuff --- more on that later, but I'm psyched). You can preorder yours from Amazon.com, or Barnes & Noble.com, (both are selling it around $27. Cheap!), or anywhere super cool books are sold.

    london3s

    (Above: iPhone shot before the day got started). It couldn't have been a better crowd or location to wrap up my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" live tour than what we had last week in London, England. What a great group of photographers --- totally engaged, very responsive, lots of great questions, and some of the most kind, genuine folks I've had the honor to preset to. Some even brought gifts (I got everything from guitar picks (including some really cool ones), chocolate bars, British Kit Kats, and more. My guest retoucher Glyn Dewis totally rocked it and gained LOTS of new fans, and it was such a kick sharing the stage with him. He showed loads of cool bonus stuff, and I sat in the crowd taking notes along with everyone else. Really a brilliant job and I learned a lot. A big thanks to…

    M6-1lrtasm

    I needed some shots for an upcoming project, and when my friends (and fellow photographers) Kathy Porupski and Jim Sykes heard that I needed a cool location for the shoot, they told me about a local advertising agency that had remodeled a 1950's gas station for their new offices.  They make a few calls and the next day I was there shooting. Here's one of the shots from the shoot (above), my first with three lights for an automotive shoot. Not only did I follow the tips from Tim Wallace's Kelby Training online classes on car photography, I actually pulled out my laptop during the middle of the shoot to make sure I had the lights set up correctly (see below). I never would have tried this without having seen Tim's class. In fact, it was Tim's class that made me want to do it in the first place.…

    acclogo

    Last week I was at Adobe's Creative Cloud launch event out in San Francisco, and after getting a lot more details on what the Creative Cloud is all about, I have I've gone from cautiously curious to really excited. I think this is going to open a lot of new opportunities and put some amazing tools in the hands of creative pros that were previously out of their reach. But I know from mentioning this briefly last week, a lot of folks have a lot of questions (I did too), and I thought I'd tackle some of the most-asked questions I've been getting here and see if this helps. But before we get to the questions, I thought I would at least try to explain, in one brief paragraph, what the Creative Cloud is. Here's how I understand it: "It's two things: (1) You…

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    I had just gotten back from the CS6 launch in San Francisco, and just hours later I was on already on a plane headed to London, and my internal clock is so messed up, I'm not sure which day it is. I had hopde to post a Q&A on the Creative Cloud launch today, but I got so far behind on everything that it just got away from me. Please drop back here on Monday, as my plan is to post it then. Sorry for the delay. Nothing like high tea with two proper English gentleman. Sadly, all I could find were these two blokes. ;-) What a great way to start my London trip; Met up yesterday with two of my good buddies, Dave Clayton and Glyn Dewis, see above. (by the way --- Glyn is joining me on-stage Saturday in the afternoon to do a guest…

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