On Photography

  • Preparing Images For a Print Competition

    Feb 3rd, 2015  |  15 Comments

    Hi everybody – good to see ya here! I flew up to Nashville yesterday, just for the day, for the Imaging USA Conference & Expo, where I did a presentation on sports photography in Canon’s booth (excellent show by the way — lots of buzz and really engaged photographers up there). Anyway, I was standingContinue…

  • Friday Stuff for Photographers

    Jan 30th, 2015  |  5 Comments

    Happy Friday, everybody!. Here’s what’s up: One minute and 41-seconds of brilliant advice for photographers We do an “Inspire Me Monday” piece each week on our KelbyOne Facebook page and this week it’s a short 1-minute and 41-second clip taken from our business interview with Dave Black, and his advice to someone who asked him how toContinue…

  • A 2nd Look at Project Luca — The App for Photo Storytelling is Moving Forward

    Jan 26th, 2015  |  5 Comments

    OK, it’s not actually a “Photo storytelling app” — it’s a Storytelling app that just happens to be really good for photo-storytelling When I did a “First look” at Project Luca, back in December (here’s the link) there were things I really liked about it (like professionally designed themes, different fonts, a decent level ofContinue…

  • It’s Like a Free 90-Minute Master Class On Wedding Photography…

    Jan 16th, 2015  |  5 Comments

    This week, our in-studio guest on the Grid was renowned wedding photographer Cliff Mautner, and it was one of our best, most-informative episodes ever. It’s a 60-minute show but Cliff was on such a roll, and so “in the zone” that we let it run over to a full 90-minutes, and the feedback we areContinue…

  • Why Photography is All About Emotion

    Jan 13th, 2015  |  20 Comments

    I hadn’t seen this in 10 years, and I had never seen the full version. My friend Kevin Gilbert sent me this a week or so ago and it’s just so wonderful — It’s just a few minutes long, but totally worth every minute. I hope it makes your Tuesday, and your upcoming year inContinue…

  • The “Best of 2014″ Here on the Blog (Part 2)

    Jan 9th, 2015  |  6 Comments

    Milestones for 2014 Besides the most popular and most commented-upon posts (which I posted here in Part 1 on Monday), we were pretty busy here on the blog during 2014. Here’s some highlights of what we shared: We raised nearly $40,000 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage I don’t think anything we did this year wasContinue…

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