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  • Category Archives Photography

    Last Saturday I shot a wedding in Orlando, Florida and I thought I'd share a few pages from the Wedding proof book I put together in Lightroom. This was about as ideal of a shooting situation as you're going to get: The bride and groom, Ryan and Lindsay, could not have been easier to work with, and Linsday was a stunning bride (and both Ryan and Lindsay were both very photogenic, which made my job really easy). They were really a joy to photograph and they were incredibly accommodating. The groomsmen and bridesmaids were wonderful and the parents couldn't have been nicer, and the surroundings were first class all the way. The pre-wedding and reception were held at the gorgeous Ritz Carlton, and the ceremony itself in a beautiful church in Winter Park. I really wanted to do this right, so I brought some serious…

    Just a reminder...we have a ton of crazy deals going on today through Monday, December 2nd! Check out everything below to score huge savings on KelbyTraining.com,(our renown online training classes for photographers) NAPP (the world's best Photoshop and Lightroom training) and Photoshop World (our annual 3-day Photoshop training conference, sponsored by Adobe) at our lowest prices of the year: http://youtu.be/YK_cFj8sC0Y Check out the free  video above with sample clips from just a few of our online training classes for photographers. Hope you take advantage of some of these deals (or all of them if you're loose with money). We'd love to have you on board with us for 2014 because we have some absolutely amazing things happening for our members this coming year and we really want you to be a part of it. Happy shopping everybody! :) -Scott P.S. On Monday, once again this year, we'll be doing broadcasts EVERY HOUR ON…

    Hi Gang: Sorry I've missed the last couple of days of blogging (it's been crazy around here, and my travel schedule is…well…crazy! I was in Denver Sunday, Miami Monday (still down here, shooting an online class with Jeremy Cowart today), and then I'm back in Tampa tonight. Whew! Anyway, it was an amazing game to cover, and the weather held up and it really wasn't too cold. In fact, it was great weather for a game. Brisk, but not windy. I came away with 60 overall keepers from the game and 62 image for the assignment I was on (which was to cover four specific players, but mostly Peyton Manning, and I have a ton of shots of him). Down goes the photographer A lot of you saw me get knocked over late in the 4th quarter, on a play that was reviewed (so…

    http://youtu.be/TR50WiPxWIc For me, it was Wednesday. I love learning, and I actually feel like I'm picking up new stuff all the time, but Wednesday afternoon I really felt like a learned so much that it will change the way I make portraits from here on out. It happened during Joe McNally's blind portrait lighting critiques during Wednesday's episode of "The Grid. He wasn't critiquing my images. What I learned wasn't even about lighting. If you're wondering when the last time you really learned something new that made a real difference in your photography, it can be today, in one hour, with one amazing teacher, and it won't even cost you a dime, but what you'll learn from Joe is priceless. Here's wishing you a weekend of great learning. All my best, -Scott

    http://youtu.be/Lvfl-0vMncI Check out this quick "helicopter fly-over" of my seminar The folks from IntelligentUAS & DJI Innovations were at my seminar on Friday in Washington DC and did a flyover of the seminar crowd using a DJI Phantom (with Zenmuse H3-2D and GoPro Hero 3+). I love that overhead video view. Too cool! I'm on my way, today! I'm teaching my "Shoot Like a Pro" Seminar there tomorrow at the Hynes Convention Center. Over 500 Boston-area photographers have already signed up, and if you want to come too, it's not too late: Here's the link: http://bit.ly/14bAUDJ Next Stop: New York City on Thursday, November 14th. I'll be back for "The Grid" on Wednesday I'm heading home right after my seminar on Tuesday, so I'll be back for live airing of "The Grid" on Wednesday. Matt had a really good topic for this week....I just wish I could remember…

    I've got a busy week coming up, and I hope at some point along the way you're a part of it. :-) [Photo above by Bede McCarthy]. WEDNESDAY Tomorrow I'm speaking on a panel with a very interesting topic: on the future of photography THURSDAY Canon has invited me to speak in their booth theater on one of my favorite topics: Sports Photography, and it's open to anyone at the Expo, so come on by --- I'm on at 2:30 pm (I'd love to get to meet you in person, so if you come by, make sure you come up and say "hi"). Here's the schedule for all the instructors and Canon Explorers of Light teaching in Canon's theater: Note: On Friday, Peter Read Miller is speaking at 1:00 pm. I'll be out-of-town on Friday but that's one I wouldn't have missed. Also if…

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