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  • Category Archives Photography

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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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    Hi Gang: Each year right before Independence Day (celebrated here in the U.S. on the Fourth of July), I share a quick post on how to photograph Fireworks (a traditional part of the 4th of July celebration here). I’m posting the technique that I included on page 175 of my book, “The Digital Photography Book, Part 1.” Here we go: This is another one that throws a lot of people (one of my best friends, who didn’t get a single crisp fireworks shot on the Fourth of July, made me including this tip just for him, and the thousands of other digital shooters that share his pain). For starters, you’ll need to shoot fireworks with your camera on a tripod, because you’re going to need a slow enough shutter speed to capture the falling light trails, which is what you’re really after. Also, this is where using a cable release really pays off,…

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    http://youtu.be/q7bmcXUO_aA (NOTE: If you watch this one-minute long video above now, you can skip all the way down to the last lne of text for details).  If you missed my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" LIVE tour, you can now finally experience the entire seminar, from start to finish, and get the same tour workbook (in color no less), plus all freebies I gave out for attendees, starting today no matter where you live as we are making the day available as a digital download (just like you'd buy a movie online to download). Although I was able to visit many major cities in the US, Canada, and even three cities in Europe, there were just so many places we didn't get to visit with the tour. But now no matter where you are, you can attend the entire event, just as it…

    Joe's brand new tour (produced by Kelby Training) kicks off in Canada next month and today on Joe's blog he wrote about how the tour came to be, and what he'll be teaching during this incredible workshop. Seriously, Imagine spending the day learning all the amazing things you can do with the simplest of lighting set-ups, using just one flash (or maybe two), from the magical unicorn of hot shoe flash himself (OK, that last part is what I call him, but I don't think I'm alone). ;-) Here's how Joe described the tour in his blog post today: "The point of the day is keeping it super basic, super simple and super fast. " > Here's the link to Joe's blog to hear it in his words. > If you're like me and you're thinking, "Hey, it's Joe. I'm "in!" then here's the page with…

      Scott, thanks for the opportunity to put a few of my thoughts down for your readers. Not exactly the circumstances under which I envisioned being your guest blogger, but now I have a goal to do this again under different conditions. First of all, I’m of the belief that direct customer input (any kind) is good, so I don’t mind all the comments and ideas – they are all part of the journey to keep improving. We constantly strive to deliver the best customer experience to protect data, and we take this very seriously.  Better to know than not knowing. Regarding your case Scott, the bottom line is that we made a bad judgment – our agents are trained to immediately swap or upgrade (regardless of warranty condition) if they see what you saw on your video – but we made a rookie…

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