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  • Category Archives Photography

    If you're a Kelby Training Online subscriber, you've gotta check out Joe McNally's new class. Here's the description: Join Joe on the set with professional dancers as he teaches you how to respond to the grace and elegance of the dancers with an equally graceful light. This class is all about matching a light to a move, where you start out with the set as an empty box that you fill with your creativity and imagination. As the dancers work through different moves Joe shows you how to light them with both studio strobes and speedlights to achieve a variety of looks, all the while sharing the tips, techniques, and tricks he’s learned over his impressive 30-year career. Joe wrote about the class in his own words, and if you've got a quick minute, it's worth the read (here's the link). Then go watch…

    http://youtu.be/DJPs3j8K1-E Hi Gang: First, watch that 60-second video above, and then come back here for what the video didn't tell you (no peeking --- go watch the video clip first --- plus, you get to hear me speak French, which I usually reserve for special occassions). OK, here's what it didn't tell you It's a two-part class; the first part is the "how to shoot" part, which is around an hour and half long, shot on location in Paris, France (the ideal place to shoot a travel photography class). By the way; the class isn't about how to shoot Paris --- it's just filmed in Paris  --- it's about shooting travel photography in general. In the second part  of the class, I take the images shot in the Part One, and go through the entire Lightroom / Photoshop workflow and post-processing, from start to…

    One of the most frustrating things about photography gear is that sometimes there are SO many options available to you, it makes it challenging to find exactly what you want. It's why so many photographers I know (yours truly included) have so many different camera bags, and lenses, and tripods, and filters on and on. We'll all searching for "the one" that will do everything we want. Every once in a while, you find it. Just like I've been searching for the perfect iPad portfolio App. There's a bunch out there, but none of them did all the things I wanted one to do. Some did most of what I wanted, and some did some of what I wanted (and believe me, I tried them all), but I have finally found it. Best of all, it's only $12.99. I'm not sure I have anything…

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    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with a quick walk-through of this photo from a recent assignment... A couple weeks ago, I had the opportunity to cover the opening of D1 Sports Training's new facility in Orlando. While I was there, I was able to grab a portrait of one of their trainers, Taylor Scott. This was the one of the last things I did at the event. Throughout the day, while covering everything else, I was trying to formulate a creative portrait in my mind. I finally decided to just use edge lighting, remembering something a wise man once said... "If you want something to look interesting, don't light all of it." I knew going in that I wanted to have a clean black backdrop for this image, but I didn't have any seamless paper to create said clean black backdrop. What do you do in this…

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    Hey everybody! RC here. I wanted to share with you a bit of a confessional and a great lesson that I just got this weekend- from an unlikely source. Past being giddy, it was one of those moments that gave me inspiration, closure, and excitement at the same time. My confession - I spend a lot of time making pictures. Here at Kelby Media, we try our best to keep a foot in the training space and a foot in the real world shooting space to make sure that we can bring relatable information to you every week. This means that all of us strap a camera to our shoulders and hit pavement making images. These images end up on a computer, and we run Photoshop on them to make them great. Some of them get posted on a website, and some even get…

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    Hey everyone, RC here with pretty cool news!  Nik Software has just released a new version of their killer HDR software - HDR Efex Pro 2.  They've got a new tonemapping algorithm, some sweet speed increases, and a new interface.  Rather than me sit here and just go on and on about it, I figured it be a neat idea to just walk you through the process with one of my files.  I'm even including the file for you guys to play with at the bottom of this post! http://youtu.be/8027uFEtxr0 Scott Kelby Fans Get a Jump Start and a Great Discount! So, here's the deal.  We are all getting advanced access to Nik HDR Efex Pro at a very reduced rate.  How reduced?  Its like 40 dollars off...   In order to check it out, go to this link: http://bit.ly/M8axzX Some Samples of Images Tonemapped…

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