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  • The "Photoshop Guys" reimagined as Super Heroes? Each month we release a podcast just for KelbyOne members called "Backstage Pass" and in this month's episode, our producer and host Mia McCormick thought it would be fun to leverage Corey Barker's love of movies and totally mad-Photoshop skills by doing a SuperHero theme (ya know, with the Avengers movie premiere and all), and well — you can see some of the results above. If you're a KelbyOne member, make sure you catch the whole behind-the-scene video (and lots of member news stuff) at this link.  Photographers in Hartford, Connecticut - Here I come! http://youtu.be/HYXRl4uxw6M My all-new tour is on it's way to Hartford next month on Friday, June 5th (it's my last US-stop before heading to London for my July 14th seminar). Hope you can make it (it's just $99 for the full day, including a detailed…

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    Copyright Essentials for Photographers with Jack Reznicki & Ed Greenberg Join Ed Greenberg and Jack Reznicki as they get you up to speed with the latest information on protecting your copyright and registering your work. There have been some changes in the process since their last class on the subject, and Jack and Ed walk you through all the steps involved in the registration process to show how it can be done. Beyond the registration process itself, Ed and Jack answer the important questions of what exactly copyright is, why it is important, and what rights you are granted by it. Pulling from years of experience as an intellectual property attorney and a commercial photographer, Ed and Jack share real life stories all the way through to illustrate why this issue is so important to all creative professionals. Extraction and Close-ups in Nelson Ghost…

    Photo by Chris Keels Hello everyone. My name is Nick Fancher and I’m your guest blogger today. In case you don’t know me (which is likely the case), I am a Columbus, Ohio based portrait and commercial photographer. A couple of weeks ago I released Studio Anywhere: A Photographer’s Guide to Shooting in Unconventional Locations, on Peachpit Press. The idea behind the book is that photographers can get away with shooting without a conventional studio most of the time, as long as they can learn to make the most of their environments; all with the use of minimal, affordable gear. This idea was born out of necessity. When I was in New York City last year, I wanted to do some test shooting in my free time. I began looking around for studios to rent for the day, and found the average price to…

    Hi gang. Here's a few pages from the photo book I always create after a trip (I made the book in Lightroom's Book module). The area we were mostly in is the French Riviera, but there it's called the Côte d'Azur and that sounds a lot fancier so I went with that for the name of my book, even though we would up taking a day trip to Italy (where we went to in Italy was just 3-1/2 hours by car). Anyway, I was pretty light on the photography this trip - I did a lot of relaxing and just sightseeing - In six days I only took 1,057 shots total, including a lot of bracketed shots. That breaks down to only around 170 shots a day, which is really light for me, but I have to say, it was one of the most relaxing…

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