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    I can't believe it's been seven years since I took these shots in Dubai — I was there speaking at an Adobe conference, and I got a chance to spend two extra days just shooting and having fun in this amazing place, along with my brother Jeff and my buddy Jeff Revell. I was there at the height of Dubai's construction boom. At the time around 25% of all the construction cranes in the world were in Dubai. The Burj Kalifa was about 80% complete (seen below) and at that point nobody really knew how many stories it would be when completed (Well, somebody knew but they weren't saying). I said to my brother and Jeff back then, "I would just love to come back here in five years and see what it all looks like when they're all done." Apparently, they're not done…

    It's Tuesday — and I've got nuthin'. Nuthin'! Well, not exactly nuthin — because here's a photo of Brad with his beard in full bloom posing in front of a VW Jetta rental car. That's something, right? It's something (wait for it…wait for it…) epic! I'm at Adobe HQ all day today for a bunch of meetings, so I'm looking forward to seeing a lot of friends here, but outside of that, I've got nuthin' and I'm heading to bed, so check back tomorrow for Guest Blog Wednesday, which, no matter who it is and no matter what the topic, it has to be better than "I've Got Nuthin'" Tuesday. Have a good one! -Scott He's got nuthin' P.S. Thanks to everybody who came out to my Sacramento seminar yesterday. Awesome crowd and a perfect way to wrap up my tour.

    I was born and raised in Florida. I was 24-years-old before I ever saw snow in person. Now I'm in Columbus, Ohio where I did my seminar yesterday and I'm making up for lost time. It's "snow city." Brrrrrrr!!!! This is Brad. He's from Knoxville, Tennessee so he's used to cold weather, and even likes it, but it's really not fair because his beard generates it's own heat (just ask the ladies in Columbus). Luckily, we hunkered down indoors yesterday, and we had an awesome group of photographers (over 300+ photographers braved the cold and the snow to come out for the day - as seen above). Thanks to everybody who came out, and even though it was cold outside, I sure got a warm welcome from the great photographers up there. I'll be back next year with my new tour. :) I won't…

    I'm very excited to announce that the awesome RC Concepcion has been named "Director of Content and Education" at KelbyOne RC wrote a blog post about it, called "My New Job at KelbyOne" (here's the ink) so I want you to hear it about it in his words, but I'm so happy for him; I"m excited about what he brings to the role, and I'm just really proud of him on so many levels. Please join me in welcoming RC to this new position leading our team and helping to mold and guide our educational curriculum for the future. Yesterday We Released FOUR Brand New Full-Length Lightroom Online Classes (All taught by yours truly) We've having a Lightroom Love-fest and I hope you'll check out my new classes (the one shown above is one of my favorites of the four. The entire class is…

    To wrap up my three-part look at 2014 and the "Best of the Blog" for this past year, I put together my picks for my favorite episodes of "The Grid" (our live weekly talk show for photographers, which airs each Wednesday at 4:00 pm ET). These are the episodes (in no particular order) that seemed to really resonate with our viewers (based on comments, emails, etc.) along with some that I just felt were really helpful, or fun, or hopefully both. I've embedded the episodes right here in the post so you can just hit play, sit back, and come along on a weird and wonderful journey (that sounds better than just "well, here they are"). ;-) http://youtu.be/gdbXWcFYPAs Joe McNally | Open Q&A Anytime Joe is on the show, it's always special, but this one was particularly fascinating and Joe was so "on." Having…

    Milestones for 2014 Besides the most popular and most commented-upon posts (which I posted here in Part 1 on Monday), we were pretty busy here on the blog during 2014. Here’s some highlights of what we shared: We raised nearly $40,000 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage I don't think anything we did this year was as important as this — by having folks who participated in my 7th Worldwide  Photo Walk donate $1 when they signed up, we made a major difference in the lives of some really wonderful kids. Of everything we did this year, this is what I'm most proud of. I started my love affair with Exposure.co Last year when I posted my "Favorite Football Shots from the 2013 Season" I tried Exposure.co for the first time, and literally fell in love it, and it became my go-to source for photo-storytelling.…

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