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  • Category Archives Photography

    My buddy RC Concepcion created this absolutely wonderful shot of his adorable daughter Sabine sitting on Santa's lap and I thought it was the perfect shot to share with you guys as we head into Christmas weekend. I think his post processing on the image really gave it that painted look and perfectly suited the image. To me, it really has that Normal Rockwell look, and well…I thought it was just lovely all the way around. :)  [Thanks to RC for allowing me to share this with you]. Here's wishing you all the joys that His season can bring, and I hope Santa's sleigh has everything on your wish list this year! Merry Christmas!!!!! -Scott and all the crew here at Kelby Media Group

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      NOTE: Whatever you do, stop right now and get the FREE UPDATE from the App store. This is an important bug fix so download it right away. Now, onto our story: After taking what seemed to be 5 lifetimes to approve issue #2, issue #3 is already here and ready for downloading! (Whoo Hoo). It's an awesome issue, which includes a very cool article from Jason Groupp on "Lighting for Weddings," plus Frank Doorhof's "Studio Techniques," My "Photo Recipes" column, Tom Bol on "Location Lighting," Erik Valind with "Little Lights, Big Shadows" and our feature story is "Visualizing Lighting for a Composite Image" is from James Quantz, Jr. Don't wait----go download that puppy now! P.S. Did I mention that you need to download the free update from the App store?  :)  

    I figured after doing my Holiday Gift book picks, it's time for some App picks that would make great holiday gifts for photographers (especially the free ones!). By the way: you can send an iPad or iPhone App to someone as a holiday gift: just tap the "Gift this App" link in the top right corner of the App Store screen. You just type in their email address and then Apple does the rest (including charging your account for the App purchase). If you want to give them more than just one App, then it might make more sense to give them an iTunes Gift Card (you can send them via email), and then they can redeem the card on the App Store by clicking the "Redeem" button at the bottom of the App Store home page on their iPad or iPhone. OK, let's…

    Above: our crew at Help-Portrait on Saturday. From LtoR: Pete Collins, Me, Matt Kloskowski, RC Concepcion, and Erik Bernskiold. Photo on laptop by Scott Krebs.  On Saturday morning a group of us from Kelby Media Group (including Matt, Pete, RC and Erik Bernskiold [our buddy visiting this week from Sweden]) and I were very fortunate to be a part of the wonderful Help-Portrait movement founded by our friend and entertainment photographer Jeremy Cowart, and once again it was a very special day for everybody involved. Above: Here's the main shooting room, with four shooting bays set-up side-by-side. This year, RC organized our local Help-Portrait event, which consisted of photographers and assistants, make-up artists and hair stylists, IT wizards, and Photoshop retouchers, who call came together to make portraits for moms and their kids living at Operation PAR, a women’s drug abuse treatment center in Pinellas County, Florida. The women and their children live in…

    Hi Gang: I got invited to shoot the Atlanta Falcons game on Sunday so I shot up to the Georgia Dome for the 1:00 pm game on Sunday and was back the same night, so it was kind of a whirlwind trip, but I really had a ball! (no pun intended). [NOTE: Click on the photos for a larger view----they look much better bigger. Well, except the iPhone photos. Kidding]. (Above: Here's my remote rig in an iPhone photo. It's not fully aimed yet, because they roll this rig out onto the corner of the field about 10 minutes before the players are announced).  The very cool Mike Benford from the Falcons organization arranged it so I would be able set up a remote camera rig and attach it to the truss archway that the players run through when they enter the field, and…

    I finally got a chance to process some of my images from last week's game between the San Francisco, 49ers and the New York Giants. Anyway, I thought I share a few of my favorites from the shoot below (click on them for much larger views): Above: I dig the sweat flying and the fact that the defender's helmet is up so high his chin guard looks like it's covering his eyes.  I had dinner a few days before the game with sports photography legend Dave Black and his lovely wife Susan. During dinner I mentioned to Dave that I'd be shooting the game this weekend, and Dave said: "Here's what you need to do: put a 1.4 tele-extender on your 400mm f/2.8 and get a super tight shot of Eli Manning---so tight that you cut off the top of his helmet and part of the…

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