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On Wednesday’s episode of “The Grid” (our weekly talk show about photography, broadcast live each Wednesdays), I took some time at the end of the show to answer a lot of the questions people had here on the blog about how I post processed the images seen in my photo book from my recent trip to India (link to my “Four Days in India Part 1, and Part 2 from earlier this week).

The video clip above shows the Lightroom [Camera Raw] and Photoshop tweaks I did to the image, but there’s also some talk about shooting portraits on the streets, including a great street shooting tip from Zack Arias who was our in-studio guest. Lots of fun on the show (our topic was our Predictions for 2012 for the photo industry), and if want to catch the full episode (Zack was an awesome guest), you can watch it free online right here.

Have a great weekend everybody, and join me here Monday for my annual “Best of 2011” post.

 

Join Matt Kloskowski and me today at 4:00 pm ET LIVE on “The Grid” with our topic: How to find the right path to learning photography (it’s not what you think).

Going to be a wild show (as usual). Erik Bernskiold will be stopping by the studio, and we got some cool prizes, too. Hope you can make it (and we’d be very appreciative if you’d help us spread the word about today’s show). :)

Join in the conversation today at 4:00 ET at http://www.kelbytv.com/thegrid

Our topic: Busting Camera and Photography Myths (based on something that happened at my San Francisco seminar on Monday). This is going to be a really fascinating show, with both +Trey Ratcliff and +Joe McNally joining +Matt Kloskowski and me, and we’ve cool giveaways, and our special “Ask us really personal questions” segments, and well, ya just gotta be there.

Here’s the link to watch live, ask questions, and join right in: http://kelbytv.com/thegrid/

 

 

 

It’s up! Last Thursday we did a special bonus episode of “The Grid” called, and on in-studio guest was none other than Adobe’s Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, Bryan O’Neil Hughes.

Anyway, it now online and you can hear the sizzle as we lightly skew one of our favorite people (imagine what would have happened if we didn’t like him). ;-)

Anyway, it was a wild show, and we totally didn’t pull any punches. Unfortunately, Bryan didn’t crumble under the pressure, and was a pure, cool, calm pro throughout the whole thing, which was very disappointing to say the least. ;-)

Here’s the link to watch this very special episode of Blossom (I mean), “The Grid.”

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