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  • Category Archives Photo Shoots

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    OK, I survived the Wedding shoot Saturday, but just barely thanks to all the record-breaking flooding we're having here in Tampa. It kept us trapped indoors for the entire day (and all my bridal portraits were scheduled for outdoors. Ack!). The event coordinator let us in an empty meeting room, and when I had the bride open the drapes, it faced directly into a rental car agency and a multi-level parking garage (see image below). LOL! Solution? Over-expose by 3 stops! That was what's outside the window just completely blows out and turns to solid white. I'm not sure if I've ever shot 3-stops over-exposed (well, not on purpose, anyway). Hero of the day? Auto ISO! To take sure I never had to worry about my blurry pictures, I turned on Auto ISO and set my minimum shutter speed to 1/125 of a second…

    Hi gang — I just posted a few of my favorite shots from my trip this past week to Paris with the family. After my seminar in London, we took the high-speed Chunnel train from there down to Paris (only about a two-hour and 15 minute trip, and the train was awesome!). Anyway,  the images, and the story, and some tips for travel photography are here: Here’s the link If you get a sec, I hope you can check them out. Have a great Tuesday, and we’ll catch ya tomorrow for Guest Blog Wednesday. Le best, -Scott P.S. Hi dave. Boom!

    I'm not saying I'm old. I'm just too old to be making mistakes like this. I have to admit, it’s very humbling — no actually, it’s worse than that — it’s embarrassing and a bit humiliating to be my age and still having to learn life lessons I should have learned long ago. For the love of Paris You only get to visit a city like Paris so many times in your lifetime. It’s more than a treat. It’s a privilege. A gift. A blessing. Every time I’m there, I just can’t believe I’m really there. It’s that kind of place. It was my 9-year-old daughter’s first visit, and my son’s first since he was six (he’s 18 now and off to college in the fall), and we had an absolutely marvelous time. Beautiful weather. Great meals. Lots of love and laughter the entire trip,…

    Editorial Note: Scott's taking some time off from the blog, so he's asked Brad Moore, Corey Barker, and Pete Collins to take over for a few days. Thanks for checking out Brad's post today, and come back Monday to see what Corey has for you and Tuesday for a post from Pete! Red Rocks Amphitheater... It's one of the most iconic concert venues in the US, if not the world. It was on my list of places where I wanted to see a show during my lifetime, and thankfully I got to do that and more this past weekend! Here's a rundown of what happened. A few years ago David Carr, drummer for the band Third Day, started getting into photography. He found the Kelby videos and books, and through those found some of my concert photography and saw that I had photographed them…

    One of the great things about always working on another book or another online class is — you get to shoot a lot for these projects, and I just wrapped up a location fashion shoot a few weeks ago at an incredible location — the Howey Mansion in Howey-in-the-Hills, Florida (about 2-hours from the KelbyOne Headquarters). I learned about the location from RC, and our friend Kathy Porupski had a contact there and so we put an all-day shoot together with a very ambitious schedule. First, some of the final images:   Planning Stages Once we got close to locking down the location, I asked my wife Kalebra to do all the art direction on the shoot — everything from picking our models (Adriana and Sara) to the styling (we brought the dresses in from Lindsay Adler's awesome Dream Shoot Rentals, which is the coolest resource to get access…

    Hi gang — I just posted a few shots from my trip this past week to Valencia. We (my big brother Jeff and me) were only in Valencia one and a half days, and we got just over 5-hours in Madrid. Why so short? We totally messed up our planning — we were supposed to be there three days — the images, and the story, are over at Exposure. Here's the link If you get a sec, I hope you can check them out. Have a great Monday, and we'll catch ya tomorrow. Best, -Scott P.S. I'm doing a series on "Features I'd love to see added to Lightroom" and today is "#4" of 10. If you get a sec, pop on over to LightroomKillerTips.com and join in the discussion — lots of great feature ideas in the comments section. 

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