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    http://youtu.be/B5PqpxuYQaQ Got in yesterday afternoon for my seminar today, and spent the day with my buddy RC Concepcion goofing around in Manhattan (RC used to live here, and he knows all the great restaurants, the history, where everything is and such). We went to the Intrepid museum (built on a World War II aircraft carrier), which was just fantastic (I had been there about 15 or so years ago, and it's just gotten that much better over the years! Even saw the Space Shuttle Enterprise). The video clip above is about the seminar I'm teaching today, but if you're not here in New York today at my seminar, you can catch either me or RC as we take the "show on the road." The next stop is RC's in Charlotte, North Carolina on August 15th, and then I'm out in Sacramento, California on August 22nd,…

    Hi Gang: Greetings from a rainy night in Philadelphia (iPhone photo above was taken pressed against my hotel room window right before a huge rain storm hit last night), where today I'm doing my "Photoshop for Photographer's Tour." Here's just a few quick things: (1) Dave Black's class on Shooting High School football is absolutely getting just rave reviews. I see incredible comments daily on Twitter, Facebook and G+, and if you're a kelbytraining.com online subscriber, even if you don't think you'll be shooting high school football, I guarantee you'll learn great things for any sports from Dave's online class. He is truly a gifted teacher. (2) I've made my transition off my Drobos and I want to do a full blog post on it, but I've got so much on my plate right now I won't be able to do it justice with just…

    If you've been following the saga of "Not my Reunion" here on the blog (see late last week), or over at Kalebra's hilarious G+ posts about it, here are a few shots from the reunion on Saturday night (photos by Brad Moore).  (Above: That's me back in the back --- 3.4 miles from the front of the stage. I can usually only been seen through the Hubble telescope. This is one of the many reasons shortly after high school I switched to keyboards. LOL!!!). Photo by Kalebra with her trusty iPhone. (Above: That's Tony McMahon on lead guitar. He's a really smoking guitar player --- even was back when we were teens. He has a Hawaiian Lei around this neck. I never found out why. That's Dean Erskine behind him. You don't want to play him in golf. He owns a golf course. Literally.…

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    Q. Who sent me this absolutely beautiful wicker picnic basket for my birthday? A. I have no idea. This is my Birthday Mystery When I got home from my Hawaii vacation a large box was sitting at the front door. I brought it in, and inside the box was this fantastic picnic basket (photo by Kalebra on her trusty iPhone). I searched everywhere for a "This is from...." card. I looked inside the box and out, inside the picnic basket itself, and everywhere I could think to look but I could not find who sent it. So, the really nice person who sent this to me for my birthday is probably thinking I'm an ungrateful rat since I've never thanked them for it. I've called a few folks who I thought might have sent it to me, but you have to be careful with that…

    I don't know how he does it, but he's done it again! Our buddy Ken Toney was the first person to pick Grand Funk Railroad's "We're an American Band" which is the song I had to go out and buy the Cowbell for, so Ken picks up a copy of my just-released "Photoshop CS6 Book for Digital Photographers."  Lot of great guesses though, from Mountain's "Mississippi Queen" to Loverboy's "Everybody's working for the weekend" but Saturday I was using that cowbell on American Band at "Not My Reunion." We did have a ball, and I was able to coax Brad Moore into taking some photos so I hope to have some of them for you tomorrow here on the blog. I'm in Nashville, Tennessee today for my "Photoshop for Photographers Tour" and I'll be in Philly on Friday with the tour and next Monday…

    Any day where you have to go buy a cowbell, is a weird day. But that's part of what I'm doing today, as I head to Lakeland, Florida (where I was born and raised) to play drums at rehearsal with the band Phoenix, which was my first "real" band back when I was 16-years-old in high school. We reunited the original members around 10 years ago for a fun gig up in Georgia, and then we played five years ago for our High School reunion (well, technically it was the guitar player, bass player and keyboard player's reunion. They were Seniors and I was a junior so they graduated a year ahead of me and the lead singer, which is why to this day my wife refers to this gig as "Not my Reunion."). It's great seeing the guys again and playing a song…

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