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  • Category Archives Lighting

    Here's how we describe Jeremy's new class: In this class we get a behind-the-scenes view as Jeremy creates unique and dynamic setups in the most unlikely locations, with Scott at his side asking him all the questions that you’d want answered. Jet away to South Beach, Miami, Florida to meet up with Scott Kelby for the next segment of our On Location Photography with Jeremy Cowart series. Jeremy has an amazing ability to clear away clutter, eliminate distractions, and make his subject the primary focus in just about any setting you can throw his way. You’ll be amazed at what can be accomplished with minimal gear and a creative mindset that will surely change the way you view new locations. For those of you who have seen Jeremy's two classes we shot a couple of years ago out in Venice Beach, California, you know…

    Here's some cool free stuff from me that you might have missed, so I thought I'd share it here in honor of it being 'Seis de Mayo' and all. ;-) (1) Download My FREE Lighting Recipes iPad App It's an App dedicated to teaching different lighting set-ups --- The cool thing is, it’s not just a couple of lighting setups… There are 13 lessons in all, showing you the finished image and production shots, a lighting diagram, and my own audio commentary so you can see how each one is set up. It's been downloaded about a bazillion times --- it's has nearly 700 reviews on the iTunes Store and it's rated 4-1/2 stars (Whoo hoo!!!). Anyway, it's free from the App store (or you can use this link). (2) Take my FREE online class on creating custom photo books in Lightroom That's right — it's…

    http://youtu.be/oKwoTHYtKYw The video above explains the new ebook (and it's short and sweet, just like the book), but I just wanted to reiterate: this ebook is designed for photographers who are shooting on assignment and have to get their images sorted, tagged and uploaded on a deadline. But don't buy it without watching the video above (important!). Here's the link to it on Amazon and on Apple's iBooks Store.  It's $9.99 (cheap!) Hope you find it helpful. :) -Scott

    I love natural light Love it! I don't talk about it a bunch here on the blog, because it seems like I'm always lighting something, but you might be surprised that I don't always walk into every situation thinking I'm going to light it. Oh, don't get me wrong, we always bring a flash or two, but in most cases I'd prefer to use natural light. Why? Three reasons: (1) It's easy (2) It's free. (Well, mostly) (3) It's fast (that's really a biggie for me) If there's available natural light I try to use it first That was the case with the shot you see above (that's a two-page spread in a wedding book I'm working on). This is up in the balcony  and there were all these beautiful old wooden theater-looking seats (great looking, but not particularly comfortable) and to the right…

    Man, did I trash my diet in Philly or what!!!! First, we had a awesome day! Philadelphia was the first city on my nationwide tour, and the nearly 500 photographers who came out Wednesday could not have been more welcoming or friendly. Now, onto the important stuff --- incredible Philly food! ;-) My buddy John Geliebter (shown above left with me) took Brad and I out to his favorite cheesesteak dive "Tony Luke's" in South Philly (seen above). Total dive (and I mean that as a compliment), and there I experienced the magical healing power of the best Philly Cheesesteak I've had, because when I woke up Wednesday morning my Bronchritis was gone and I felt great! I took your advice! I asked here on the blog for suggestions where to eat while I'm there and so many folks mentioned DiNic's in the Reading Terminal (right…

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