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    Well, depending on what time of day you read this, I'm either back home or on my way back, but I'm darn close to home either way, after an absolutely amazing week!!!! My wife and I flew into Venice, Italy where we caught a cruise ship to Croatia, Montenegro, then the Greek islands of Corfu & Santorini, and ended up in Athens for our flight home. Incredible week!!! The Story Behind the Shot Tomorrow I'll have the images from my photo book to share here on the blog, but in the meantime I wanted to share one photo spread from the book (above). The reason I wanted to share it was....it was taken through the tour bus window while we were winding along the coast of Montenegro. I was afraid the tour bus wouldn't stop (and I was right), so I just shot from…

    Just a heads up: My daily giveaway of semi-useful stuff from my camera closet" is still happening daily. Yesterday I gave away a cool flexibile flash mount; today it's actually something really useful: It's a Kata-103 backback camera bag that holds lots of gear, plus your laptop, plus a tripod and all sorts of accessories. It comes with a pop-out rain cover, and is actually a fantastic camera bag---one of the best I've ever used. Really well made. (Here's the link to it on Kata's site just so you can see it better----these photo on the blog were taken with my iPhone). To enter, just go to my Twitter page (@Scottkelby), and leave me a Tweet saying something like "I want your stuff" or "I gotta bag that!" or something naughy (like you guys did yesterday. Since it's empty you can call it the…

    OK, that headline sounds actually better than what this is going to be---because what's really going on here is that I have accumulated a bunch of stuff in my camera closet at home, and sadly much of it has never been used, so it's just been collecting dust. So I thought each day for the next week or so (or until I run out of stuff) I'd give some of this junk (er...cool photography micro-accessories) away to people who follow me on Twitter. To enter this lame excuse for a giveaway, just stop by my Twitter page (@scottkelby) and if you see something you want that I'm giving away that day, just leave me a Tweet that says something along the lines of "I want Scott's stuff" (Ok, that actually sounds kind of naughty, but you know what I mean). Anyway, each day I'll…

    Man, did I have an awesome week!!!! My wife and I snuck away to London for a quick 5-day vacation with some dear friends of ours, (Alan and Marcia Gassman), but the main reason for the trip was to fulfill one of Alan’s lifelong dreams---to see Eric Clapton perform at the Royal Albert Hall), which we did on Monday night. Of course, Clapton totally rocked!!! (and the acoustically perfect Royal Albert Hall may be the best place to see a concert ever!). Great show, we had great seats, and Alan is still glowing to this day. Anyway, I thought I'd share a few stories, along with some images from the photo book I created using Apple's iPhoto about the trip. This is a new template I've never used before, and I kinda like it. During the week, I spent a lot of time shooting…

    My publicity-shy wife, who was very hesitant when I wanted to share the story of her getting her private pilot's license last month, was totally caught off guard when the largest pilot's association (The AOPA) saw her story on my blog, and contacted her to see if she would be willing to let them do a story on her for AOPA Pilot magazine. Of course, I really wanted her to do it, so I kind of nudged her along, until she said "OK." (Luckily, she loves being an AOPA member, so it wasn't a very hard sell). But when you're hesitant to be out there like that, of course you know what happens right? That's right---it winds up running on their Web site right on the home page! (as seen above). Although she's not quite sure how to handle all the attention, I think…

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