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  • Category Archives Photography

    For those of you who have watched our Kelby Training Online Class "Another Day with Jay Maisel," (link) you will remember at the end of the class there was a tour of Jay's gallery and home, including the amazing rooms where Jay has collected all sorts of tools, small objects, and well…just lots of fascinating stuff. I was really captivated by those rooms, and in particular the objects he had on shelves along the outside windows, and so I spent a few minutes shooting them in between takes. Just available light, but it was soft beautiful light (courtesy of windows that probably hadn't been cleaned on the outside for 20 years). All shot at 1600 ISO with my Nikon D3s. Anyway, I thought I'd share a few of my favorite shots taken along "Jay's window ledges" here on the blog.

    For the first time ever, I'm taking one of my tours to Canada (my Light it, Shoot it, Retouch It Tour!), and then on to Europe. My first stops are in Canada: > Toronto, on July 6th > Calgary on July 21st > Vancouver on July 22nd Here's the link to sign up for my Canadian tour stops: Then it's on to Europe: > Cologne, Germany on August 10th (with Special Guest Calvin Hollywood) > Amsterdam, Netherlands on August 12th (with Special Guest Frank Doorhof) For Cologne & Amsterdam, use this link to sign up or get more details (note: all classes will be presented in English, and the workbooks will be in English as well). I hope I'll see you one of these cities for one of these tour dates. :-)

    Hi Gang: Thanks to everybody who was a part of last night's very special event, the premiere of "Another Day with Jay Maisel" Here are just a few of the comments I received right after it aired live last night (with Jay here in the studio with us taking questions live): > Loved every min of the last 3 hrs spent with Jay Maisel & Scott Kelby...Thank You both so much. absolutely amazing and inspiring! Thank you Jay, great! > Thank you for an inspiring, insightful and goose-bumpy afternoon! You and Jay are amazing!!! > @ScottKelby who'd have thought you could top a day with Jay Maisel, fair play you managed it, great work guys! > Wow Scott! You and Jay really hit a home run, my hat is off to you, Jay and Adam for the great work! It was worth the wait!…

    Last Wednesday, the day before my New York City seminar, I did a fashion shoot for an upcoming book project (it's one I haven't announced yet, but it's due to my editors in two weeks, so it's getting close to being wrapped up). I wanted a really cool location, so I contacted my buddy David Teng, a NYC-based photographer who has he's assisted me in a couple of shoots up there, and he turned me on to an absolutely incredible location called "The Metropolitan Building," just across the Queensboro bridge from Manhattan (link). We had the entire third floor, which was room after room of amazing walls, furniture, accessories, chairs, couches, chaise lounges, you name it. It was photography paradise! We had three professional models for the shoot (that's model Katy Beal above) , along with Hair stylist Chuck Olsen (above left), working with…

    Hi gang: It's 1:05 am as I write this---I just got in from my flight from New York, so I'm going to keep this really short (I'm beat), but I couldn't hit the sack until I thanked all the wonderful people who came out to spend the day with me yesterday at my seminar in New York City. We had nearly 900 photographers there for the seminar, and we really had a ball. We had some great models, some really funny moments happened (like Brad being freakishly strong), and the Old Spice guy making a guest appearance during the day. Plus,  we even made our flight home in time (but that's the closest I've come to missing a flight in a long while). Of course, the day was not without it's stress. I'm about to begin one of the sessions when Brad whispers in…

    Hi Gang: I had a lot of folks asking about how I create those photo book layouts that I showed here on the blo from my trips to Denmark, and more recently London. I start in Lightroom, and then I use Apple's iPhoto software for the actual book layouts. So, I made a short video (above) that shows you how it works, and it gives you some tips on how to layout the photos themselves, no matter which program you're using. Also, I mention in the video two links to videos I did in 2008 that show how to do similar things in Lightroom 2 (link), and Photoshop CS4 (link). Hope this helps. :)

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