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    I just released a post over at Exposure.co (the photo story-telling site) with the story of my first time ever shooting a pro tennis tournament, and in this case it was Day One of the US Open Tennis Championships in Flushing Meadows, New York (these shots were taken last Monday). I was only able to shoot starting at the 11:00 am matches and then I had to leave by 3:30 pm to catch my flight to St. Louis for my seminar there (which was awesome! Shout out to all the folks in St. Louis who came out and in Kansas City two days later. Awesome crowds — super nice people!). Research Beforehand Really Paid Off! I did a LOT of research before this shoot, and while I think I did "OK" for my first time out, I have a long way to go to…

    Above: iPhone shot of Bruno Mars in concert. Whew!!! What a busy travel week. On Saturday I snuck the wifey off to Vegas to see Bruno Mars in concert at the Chelsea in the Cosmopolitan Hotel (it was a surprise birthday present --- her birthday was a few weeks ago), and we had an absolute blast! Bruno Mars' show was just absolutely outstanding -- one of the best concerts either of us had ever seen. Everything from the sound to the lights to the stage show was just spot on. What a talented guy! Anyway, here's what's up: Adobe Releases "Aperture to Lightroom Migration Guide" They actually did this a few weeks ago, but I run into lots of folks who hadn't heard it had been released. You can download the free guide (called ""Making the Switch from Aperture to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom"), in…

    Greetings from the Airport (well, I'm already on the plane, so "greetings from the Tarmac -- I'm on my way to New York to shoot the US Open Tennis Tournament, which kicks off today. But first….I'm heading to London!!! When: Friday, 10, October Where: Conference Centre Westminster Tickets: Only 99£ at http://kelbyone.com/live/uk/ Earlybird Discount: Use the code Live10" you save £10 -- enough to buy me a pint. Why: Because I love Swingin’ London baby, yeah! PLUS: If you sign up now, you get my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" full tour (recorded live on location as it happened) as a digital download. For more details, or to sign up (seating is limited), click right here:http://kelbyone.com/live/uk/ – If you’re reading this from the UK, could you help us spread the word over there? Much appreciated. Hope to meet you in person in London! Cheers, -Scott P.S. Tomorrow…

    It's called "Expose Yourself With Scott Kelby" (I didn't name it. I would have named it "Get nudie-nude naked and naughty with DJ Scott-Scotty K and the fully clothed nudists" but they voted it down). Anyway, if you are picked as the winner, you win a Sony RX-100 Camera, so if you can get past the whole thing of having nothing on, this is awesome. The contest is for photographers who want to share what they've learned with other photographer through a blog post, article, photo submission, etc. on InMyBag.net ----(in their words: "InMyBag.net is now a fully fledged photography magazine. In addition to featuring awesome photographers and their kit, we put a strong emphasis on including additional value – it could be a tip, a mini tutorial or general advice. Essentially, we’re asking photographers to SHOW & TELL). "  Anyway, this month the folks at…

    Above: Here's the final image. Click on it so you can see it larger (it makes it much more epic).  Now, you'll notice I didn't see "the" recipe — I said "a" recipe (because there are many), but this is one I use again and again, in lots of different situations, that's surprisingly quick and easy to pull off. But first, a behind-the-scenes shot (below). Above: Here's a behind-the-scenes shot. My camera is down low on a Gitzo tripod with the legs splayed out wide about as far as they can go. I'm shooting tethered into the laptop you see beside me — going straight into Lightroom. I think that's Brad with some serious hip action way off to the left. Dang hippie. There are three ingredients in this recipe: (1) A super wide angle lens The wider the better (here I'm using a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8…

    Oh man, it's been a long time since last football season — nearly seven months, but preseason has already started and next Friday I'm shooting my first Tampa Bay Buccaneers home game (I'm shooting the Bucs for Zuma Press again this season, and I'll be picking up some other games when the Bucs are on the road). Hoping to do some more fun things with remote cameras this seasons, but not sure I'll be doing any on Saturday (but I will be scoping out a possible remote location for the regular season opener). Anyway, I thought I'd share what was my first photo-post ever over on Exposure.co, which was a post on my favorite shots of 2013 (see below), and if you've got a sec (and you're ready for some football), here's the link.  So, next Monday we'll see my first shots of the…

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