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  • Category Archives Photography

    About six weeks ago my wife told me she had a surprise for me. She had planned a special 8-day family vacation trip to Italy's Tuscany region, and to celebrate my 5th year of being named the world's #1 bestselling author of computer and technology books, she had set up a special photo shoot in Italy that was (her words) going to "blow my mind." I so love this woman! :) Anyway, last week was the week for our vacation, and as you might expect---it was absolutely incredible, and yes---the photo shoot she set up for me totally blew my mind. More on that in a moment. Accompanying me on this trip was my entire family, my Brother Jeff, and my brother-in-law and his family. But first, let's look at how I left all my photo gear behind: It Started With Missing Our Flight…

    I've been wanting to try out Lastolite's new Kickerlite ever since I read about it back around the Photokina time frame, and while doing some shoots for my Digital Photography book, Volume 3 , I finally got a chance to use it, and I have to say, it's surprisingly sweet (and a lot better than I thought it was going to be by just looking at it and reading the description of what it's supposed to do). So, here's how it works: it sits on the floor in front of your subject (as seen above---photo by Brad Moore) and it's in the shape of a wedge aiming up at your subject (kind of like a vocal monitor for all you rock heads out there) and it kind of looks like a softbox. There's a horizontal H-shaped pole and flash bracket in the back where…

    I've talked about Alltop.com before (which is basically a site that does a very clever job of gathering blogs about specific topics and it puts them all on one handy page, but that's just part of the story). They call it, an "online magazine rack" that they update every hour. Anyway, just recently, they introduced a feature called "MyAlltop" where you can set up your own Alltop page, with your own favorite blogs on it. So, I put one together with blogs about Photoshop, Photography, the Mac, and other stuff I check each day, and of all the things like this I've tried (various RSS readers, blog aggregators, Google-this, Yahoo-that, etc.), this is the quickest to use and easiest to set up. One of my favorite features of Alltop is that you can move your cursor over a headline and it shows you the…

    When you get featured in Nikon World magazine, you get to do something that's almost as cool as being in the magazine itself; they do a live interview with you (about a month after the feature comes out), where you get to tell the story behind each shot featured in the magazine. Then they marry that interview with the images and it becomes a really cool online audio slideshow and the whole thing is really nicely done. (Here's the link to the audio slideshow interview). Nikon did a great job with this whole concept (what a perfect follow-up to the article), and if you've got a few minutes I invite you to check it out over at their site (here's the link to my feature page (shown above); just click the "Audio Slideshow" link or the direct link in the previous paragraph. Also, I'm…

    Just a quick update on yesterday's official launch: After a few Web site hiccups in the morning, we got most of the kinks worked out and a number of walks were completely full by dinner time (I believe Terry White's Detroit Photo Walk was the first one to fill up) so if you're thinking of joining a walk; I wouldn't wait. I approved dozens more city leaders last night (including walks in China, Portugal, Australia, Thailand, Japan, Canada, France, The Netherlands, The Philippines, Germany, and a dozen or so other countries, including dozens of locations in the USA) but until those leaders activate their pages, you won't be able to sign up for their walks. We have a fast-growing list of cities, and you can find them by going to the official Website, then clicking on Cities, and when the map appears, click on…

    Today's it's official, as we announce the date for Scott Kelby's 2nd Annual Worldwide PhotoWalk™ to celebrate the upcoming release of "The Digital Photography Book, Volume 3," and you're invited to be a part of this global, social photography event. Here's a quick Q&A with all the details. Q. When is the official PhotoWalk™ day? A. It's Saturday, July 18th. Q. What exactly is a PhotoWalk? A. Watch the short video clip on the home page over at the official Worldwide PhotoWalk Website (here's the link). Q. Is there a fee to participate this year? A. Once again it's free---there is no fee to join this year's walk---just come and have a ball! Q. Do you have any cities signed up with PhotoWalks yet? A. We already have 183 cities around the world which have scheduled PhotoWalks. Q. How did those cities gets walks…

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