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  • Category Archives Photography

    I am totally psyched to be teaching for Nikon in their booth/theater at the upcoming WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International) Conference & Expo in Las Vegas later this month (the Expo part where I'm speaking runs March 11-13th  -- link). I am also honored to speaking alongside some truly amazing photographers, like Cliff Mautner, Jerry Ghionis, Dixie Dixon, and Tamara Lackey among others. (Above: that me on stage in Nikon's booth at Photo Plus Expo -- photo by RC Concepcion).  I'm speaking all three days and my session is called "Shooting it With Just One Light" (the official times are shown below --- click on it for a much larger view) If you're at the show, I hope you'll catch one of my sessions (and if you see me wandering around, make sure you stop me and say "hi"). Above: Another shot of me teaching…

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    http://youtu.be/v3ZPes07oXY Hi gang: I thought I'd do a quick video (above) for you all here on the blog that takes you through the step-by-step process of setting up a wireless remote camera --- ideal for sports, for weddings, or anywhere where you can't get a camera, or can't be at two places at once. If you have any questions that I didn't cover in the short video above, just post 'em here and I'll do my best to answer them, once I'm awake and have a cup of coffee or three. Cheers, and hope you have a great kick-off to your week. -- Scott

    http://youtu.be/z_eT8p-hZTo You've got to watch the video above -- it explains the whole thing, but I've got to tell you --- we are incredibly excited about this. We put a lot of work into making something really unique and really special, but  it's only for 20 very cool, very lucky photographers, and I hope you're one of them. I hope you can join me (and Scott --- watch the video) for one of the coolest workshops ever! I am not kidding! :) Here's the link to sign up - http://kelbytraining.com/hockey P.S. Scott and I will be answering your questions here on the blog, but give me a chance to wake up and at least have a cup of coffee or two! ;-)  This is going to be (wait for it....wait for it....) edit. No, epic! 

    Last week when I posted my detail shots of exotic cars from the duPont Registery's in-house collection, a buddy of mine Karl-Franz Marquez dropped me a line about it, and included some shots he had taken of his own car, a beautiful Aston Martin Vantage that he also shot "Tim Wallace" style (after watching some of Tim's online classes at KelbyTraining.com). He had some taken some beautiful shots, and I was totally digging on his car, and Karl-Franz offered to drive over for the day (around 150 miles each way) to let me shoot this British made Aston Martin, and so yesterday we did an afternoon shoot, indoors at our headquarters inside our video studios. Above: Here's the behind-the-scenes shot of the image at the top of the page. That's Karl-Franz holding a second flash to light the grill in the front of the…

    Check this out... If you missed this year's Photo Pro Expo, you now have the opportunity to see Joe McNally's entire 2-hour presentation online! It's only available until Wednesday, February 20, so make sure you watch it sooner than later. Plus, you can also watch interviews with Kevin Kubota, David Ziser, Zach and Jody Gray, and Rick Sammon! Just click this link to watch those videos and register for next year's Photo Pro Expo for only $129. Speaking of Joe McNally, you can also see him at Photoshop World Orlando in April. From now till March 1, if you sign up using one of the discount codes on this page, you can either get an extra 6 months added to your NAPP membership, or 3 months of online training from KelbyTraining.com. AND, if you want to spend a day with Joe, you can sign up for…

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