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  • Category Archives Photography

    It arrived in bookstores sooner than we thought (yay!), and it's here now, complete with bonus selective color image no one was expecting (and at no extra cost). Here's the link to it on Amazon.com (both Print and Kindle version are in stock) and the Nook eBook version is available now at  Barnes & Noble.com and the print edition should be available there any minute. What's the book all about? Check out the video below. :) http://youtu.be/PCbrKUPKMXk Thanks to everybody around the world who has supported this book series from the start, and who enabled me to bring you this fifth part to the series. I'm really excited about the release, and hope you find it really helpful. Best, -Scott

    1. Did you miss Thursday's "Photoshop World-a-thon?" If you missed Thursday you missed out on a ton of Photoshop and Photography tips. Besides what "The Photoshop Guys" did live on the air (including my live shoot with a "Big 'ol soft box") a bunch of our instructors shared video clips of tips to air on the show, and it was literally packed-full of cool stuff (the idea of course, being we'd give you a sample of the stuff we're teaching in our classes at Photoshop World Las Vegas and that you give you some idea of what we do for three solid days, and then you'd want to come and be a part of it all, and meet everybody in person, and all that. Here's the link --- you can watch the free rebroadcast right now:  http://photoshopworld.com/athon/  http://youtu.be/UumysQmRM_0 2. They say this past Wednesday's…

    http://youtu.be/PCbrKUPKMXk It's official — the latest book in my series is headed to bookstores in just a few weeks, and the video above tells you what makes this new addition, called "Part 5 — Photo Recipes" different than the rest. You can preorder the book right now from Amazon or Barnes & Noble or direct from us and be the first to receive the book when it ships in a couple of weeks. It's only around $17 street price, which is an awesomely low price (it's about impossible to find something for photography that only costs $17 bucks, right? This puppy is a steal). I'm really excited about this 5th Part to the series — it took an awful lot of work (and I about wore Brad out with all the shoots and travel), but I'm very hopeful it will help a lot of photographers along…

    I absolutely LOVE to learn new stuff, and if I get a chance to sit in another photographer's class, or spend a day in their workshop, I jump at the chance. Here are five (in no particular order) that are coming up that I would really love to attend (and I'm hoping to get to at least a few of these as a student myself). (1) Frank Doorhof's Ultimate Workshop Weekend I remember the first time I saw Frank teach in person. I caught his first class, and then went back three more times, taking notes every time. Frank is one of the people I've learned the most from about fashion lightning, and I continue to learn from him every time I get in front of him (that's me with Frank above). He's coming to NYC (he lives in the Netherlands) for a three-day…

    When I posted this behind-the-scenes iPhone pic yesterday on FB and Twitter, and mentioned I was using Lightroom Mobile (that it running on my iPad), I had lots of questions of how and why we used so I thought I'd tackle that here today on the blog. Why Lightroom Mobile? First, I know there are lots of apps (OK, at least a few) that will let you transfer your images from your camera over into your iPad so you can see them during a shoot. In fact, Terry White had a great article on shooting straight from an Eye-fi Wireless SD card, through an App, right over to your iPad (here's the link), but I wanted more than just being able to see them. I want this to be a part of my workflow to make my job easier and faster so I thought…

    http://youtu.be/agtMHGoEh4U Last week I heard about this Tedx talk given by photographer Kevin Gilbert on the importance of protecting your photographic memories (I don't want share too much more than that, because I really want you to hear it from him). His talk, titled "The Lost Generation," is around 16-minutes long but it flies by because of the wonderful images, the funny and often touching stories, and his engaging, fun presentation style. I promise you, this it will be worth your while. Not only will it make you think, it will probably put some great things in motion for you, and it's sure to start your Monday with a smile. Here's wishing you all a fantastic Monday (if, ya know, there is such a thing. It's kind of like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster). Best, -Scott  

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