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    Connecting with Cuba: A Conversation with Scott Kelby

    Jun 14th, 2012  |  17 Comments

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with some great news! If you missed the Connecting with Cuba live webcast with Scott Kelby on Tuesday, it’s now available to watch at your convenience (as you can see, just above this). It was a great hour+ packed with beautiful photos, of a beautiful country, taken by a beautifulContinue…

  • Le Train Bleu, an incredible restaurant in Paris (wait for it…wait for it…) in a Train Station!

    May 29th, 2012  |  15 Comments

    It’s in the train station Gare de Lyon, and we were able to do a video interview with Jay Maisel for our online class (and Jay and I got to have a pretty yummy breakfast during the taping), and the following night I took my wife and our friends Barb and Mike for dinner thereContinue…

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    I had planned a Creative Cloud Post For Today…

    Apr 27th, 2012  |  25 Comments

    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, butContinue…

  • Kpin5

    Finally “Getting” Pinterest

    Apr 20th, 2012  |  69 Comments

    Two weeks ago, on the “The Grid” we talked about Social Media for photographers, and we talked about Twitter, and Google+, and the new kid on the block (which is now reportedly the third largest social media site), Pinterest. I asked my wife Kalebra to join us on the show, (she’s hooked on Google+ andContinue…

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    Maybe My Most In-Depth Interview…Ever.

    Mar 2nd, 2012  |  27 Comments

    A few months back, my buddy (and recent Guest Blog hero) Glyn Dewis invited me to do an interview for his blog, and I was tickled that Glyn took a big departure from most of the standard interview questions, and I think the interview I did with him is perhaps the most in-depth one I’veContinue…

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    My Painful Dance with Shooting Hockey Continues…

    Feb 17th, 2012  |  46 Comments

    (Above: You might be wondering “Scott, why the static no-action shot?” That’s because I’ve found that when the players aren’t moving, it’s somewhat easier to get a shot in focus, and that “in-focus” thing was eluding me most of the night, so I posted this shot to prove to myself I can shoot a sharp stillContinue…

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