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  • Category Archives Photography

    Lightroom 5 is now shipping -- and to celebrate; one week from today you're invited to come join me, Julieanne Kost and Katrin Eismann for B&H Photo's "Lightroom Digital Photography Summit" It's a FREE, all-day learning event at the Javits Center, coming up on Monday, June 17th and if you're in the New York area, you gotta come down (you'll have loads of fun and you'll learn a bunch). I'll be showing some of my favorite Lightroom tips; I'm doing a live shoot (then handing off the images to Julieanne and Katrin to retouch and finish), plus a lot more. Seating is limited (and it's almost already sold out in advance), so grab your seat at "The Summit" right here. Hope you can join us. See you in New York next week! -Scott

    http://youtu.be/2CKquHZYYxQ I'm coming to: San Antonio on Friday, August 16th Indianapolis on  Wednesday, August 21st San Jose on Tuesday, August 27th Colorado Springs on July 29th It's my first time teaching in three of these four cities --- (I've only taught in Indy). Can't wait! :-) Here's the link to reserve your seat ($99 for the full day of training. $79 if you're a NAPP member).

    http://youtu.be/2yu59jYEk-w Next week Kelby Training is launching our biggest online training initiative yet, and it's all aimed at people brand new to DSLR photography. It's called "Beginners Start Here" and it's a complete custom-designed online training curriculum based on your brand of camera, your specific camera model, and what type of photography you're interested in (portraits, landscapes, sports, travel, people, etc.).  You can see a little of it in action in the short video clip above. We launch next Thursday with a free live Webcast packed full of cool photography tips and tricks for beginners, so if you know anybody just getting into this, make sure they tune in. Plus we're giving away a Sony DSLR kit live to someone watching, and we're giving away a free DSLR basics class to anyone who tunes in to the show, along with drawings for lots of…

    I've been a fan of Triple Scoop Music even since I heard some of the instructors at Photoshop World using their royalty-free music tracks in their photo slideshow presentations. As a musician myself, I am just so impressed with the quality of their  tracks --- their stuff is "the real deal." That's why I was so psyched when they asked me to put together a Signature Collection of  their music tracks that I thought would be perfect for landscape and travel photography slideshows and videos. The "Scott Kelby Signature Series Vol 1 – Landscape and Travel Collection" launched today to coincide with my Los Angeles "Shoot Like a Pro Tour" today in LA. If you follow this link, you can go to their site and preview some of the music tracks in my collection right on their page (for those of you that caught my…

    (Above) Here's a behind-the-scene shot from Friday's shoot.  This is a three-light shoot: Two 4-foot strip banks above (with Elinchrom strobes), and there's one additional softbox in front (you can see the light-stand right behind my laptop) that's putting some extra light on the engine --- it was a little dark in there with just the two strobe directly above the bike. I asked my Creative Director Felix Nelson if I could shoot his Harley, but he was doing some serious tinkering with it at home and it wouldn't be ready for days, so he suggested calling our guitar player (Felix is the bass player for Big Electric Cat), Tony Llanes since he builds custom choppers. He didn't have one available, but his cousin had this "Big Dog!" chopper and he came rolling up on it Friday and I was like, "Oh Yeah baby!" Only had…

    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…

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