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  • Category Archives The Grid

    http://youtu.be/m3Q_mjG--pQ First, our Quote of the Week (which has already made it's way around Twitter). So, Peter was our in-studio guest for our "Blind Photo Critiques" episode of "The Grid" this week, and during the show we brought up one particular set of submitted portraits that had a lot of problems and Peter is trying to be as kind as possible with his comments but you can see he's really struggling with it. We ask him on the show, "If you had to give this photographer one bit of advice, what would it be?" and he's really trying to be nice, so he tells them they need to take a "Beginner's portrait class," and Matt is trying to help Peter pin down what the problem is, so he asks Peter, "Lighting? Expression?" and this sets up our "QUOTE OF THE WEEK" (it's the 2nd…

    These are just some of the comments we've received about this past week's episode of "The Grid" with Joe McNally as our in-studio guest. I know I mentioned this yesterday here on the blog (among six other topics), but the rave reviews just keep pouring in over social media. If you haven't had a chance to catch this episode, I promise it will be more than worth your time. (I'm posting the episode again here on the blog, just below the quotes). If you photograph people, you will learn a ton. Here's a few sample comments: "…Grid interview with Joe McNally was the best 80 min of instruction I've seen." "Rewatching cuz what Scott Kelby has Joe McNally explain is more important than anything I've learned, period."  "Just finished TheGridLive show with Joe McNally - best ever Grid. Amazing insight. Thanks @Scott Kelby & Joe!" "JUST…

    Tomorrow, February 13 is Blind Critique day on The Grid! Matt and I will be joined by landscape, travel, and humanitarian photographer Colby Brown, so those are the types of images we'll be choosing to critique tomorrow. If you'd like to have your travel and landscape photos considered for tomorrow's blind critiques (we show your images but don't mention your name on the air), just leave us a link to your images AT THIS ADDRESS: http://kelbytv.com/thegrid/critique/ That's the only place we'll be picking images from, so don't leave a comment here to submit your photos. Go there and pay close attention to the instructions at the top of the page for the best chance at being picked for critique. We'll pick 20 or so photographers' work to go over on the show, and the live show is broadcast tomorrow at 4:00 pm ET. (Here's…

    We're going to wrap things up this in this "Best of the blog in 2012" with some of the best and most popular episodes of live, free weekly talk show on photography, "The Grid" (hosted by Matt Kloskowski & me, and some very special in-studio guests): Here they are (in no particular order): http://youtu.be/yrWv86BuUSw 1. A woman’s Perspective on Street Photography (above) This was an incredibly eye-opening episode as we had three female guests tell us how they feel and react when they wind up being the subject of a street photographer. http://youtu.be/PYltqSEJMyU 2. Blind Critiques of Portraits with in-studio guest Joe McNally (above) The most insightful critiques of portraits I've ever seen. Period. He was brilliant, and if you take portraits you will learn, laugh, and look at things very differently after this episode. This is Joe at his very best. http://youtu.be/LVCD3TfL7xA 3.…

    http://youtu.be/7o9y9dWA350 During the live broadcast of this episode we had over 1,200 comments from viewers (which is just amazing in itself), but since then we've heard from so many people who said last week's episode of "The Grid" was our most helpful episode ever! In it, Matt and I shared a real-world, step-by-step plan for really improving your photography in the coming year and a lot of folks have let us know it's already changed the way they think about their photography. Make sure you watch the episode all the way to the end --- we wrap-up with some really important stuff. I hope you find the episode useful, and thanks to everyone who has supported us on "The Grid" this year.

    http://youtu.be/PYltqSEJMyU Last week on 'The Grid" (our weekly photography show), we had Joe McNally as our in-studio guest, and we had Joe do blind-critiques of portraits submitted by our viewers, and I have to say, I learned more about portrait photography in that one show that I have in a year. People are absolutely raving about Joe's critiques, as they were, hands down the most insightful, informative, and just plain brilliant I've ever seen. Period. I'm running the free broadcast right here, so if you really want to see portrait photography in a new light, you have got to watch this class. I promise, you will be amazed.

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