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  • Category Archives Photography

    Today over on the KelbyOne blog, Julio posted a link to a free clip from our class with sports photography legend Peter Read Miller called "What Makes a Great Sports Photo". Even though I did the class with Peter (I was just the host), I just watched this clip and in it, Peter shares a slideshow of his works, and…well…ya just gotta see it — totally worth it. Peter's slideshow is simply amazing, and you'll recognize a bunch of the images because they were covers of Sports Illustrated magazine. Here's the link to watch this clip above (you don't have to be a KelbyOne subscriber to see it — just scroll down a few posts and you'll see it). Today we're taping our first episode of "The Lightroom Show" In other news: RC and I are taping our first episode of our new weekly…

    http://youtu.be/zTutBlXvtDs A few weeks back when we had Jared Polin (Fro Knows Photo) as our in-studio guest on "The Grid," Jared asked if we could do an interview earlier that day (for his "RAW Talk podcast"), and he'd have his crew set up cameras in my office and we'd just go for it, and I guess I went for it with some very candid answers. I've gotten a lot of great feedback on the interview and I have to say Jared did a great job by not asking the standard ol' questions. He kind of let the interview go wherever we took it, and we took it down some streets I haven't been down in interviews before, which I think is really cool. Anyway, I've embedded the video above so you can watch it right here. My thanks to Jared for the opportunity and…

    Hi Gang: Lot's of new stuff today: Above: Here's the Canon EOS 5DS model. Above: Here's the 5Ds R model.   Canon Announces a Full Frame 50.6-megapixel high-resolution DSLR There are actually two versions : the Canon EOS 5DS and the 5DS R ["with the sensor's low-pass filter rendered neutral. By cancelling the effect of the filter, the 50.6MP sensor is enabled to deliver an even higher resolution with more intricate details."]. These are the highest resolution DSLRs out there (well, they're not quite out-there yet —  B&H's page on the cameras says "expected availability" is around June). The prices are pretty amazingly low for that high a resolution camera: The 5DS is $3,699 and the 5Ds R is $3,899. Here's a list of the specs (from Canon): > Newly designed 50.6 Megapixel full-frame CMOS helps deliver ultra-high resolution images for large-scale printing and extensive, creative cropping,…

    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 standing beside the KelbyOne booth on the Expo Floor and a photographer from Colorado named Scott Yakel came up (nice guy), and we started talking. He was complaining that he looked thoroughly in my "Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers" and couldn't find anything in there about how to prepare images for entering into a Print Competition (he's a PPA member and he and his friends enter images into the local PPA chapter's print competition). In particular, there was nothing in there on how to add a black border around your image as…

    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 to handle a portrait shoot with an athlete is just brilliant. Simple, yet so smart. You've got it watch it. It'll be the best minute forty-one you spend today on your photography. If you're a Wedding or Portrait photographer… We're doing a giveaway for TWO Full Platform passes to WPPI (the big Wedding and Portrait photographers conference & Expo in Vegas, coming end of Feb/Early March), plus a 1-year KelbyOne Membership (the prize package is valued at $598). Not too shabby. Details to enter are here. (by the way, I spoke at WPPI last…

    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 of customization, that it's app-based, there's motion options and dissolves, and lots of stuff that makes it great for photographers who want to tell a story). There was also some key stuff I felt was missing… …and I called them out on it pretty seriously in the article. The Project Luca team wrote me back that same day saying that a lot of the things I complained about (not being able to reorder photos, you couldn't center captions, updating your story was funky at best, and hidden somewhere hard to…

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