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  • Weekend before last, my wife Kalebra and I snuck off for a Valentine's Day getaway to meet our friends Moose & Sharon Peterson on the Oregon Coast. I did a post about the trip over at Exposure.co with some images from the trip, and the story behind them, along with my story of shooting the famous "Thor's Well" which was, well…it was swell. Get it? Swell? Ah, forget it. Anyway, if you've got a second, here's the link.  Hope you guys have a great Monday! Best, -Scott P.S. I posted #10 in my series called "10 Things I Would Tell New Lightroom User" over at LightroomKillerTips.com

    It's hard to believe, but Photoshop is 25-years-old! Yesterday was its official birthday, and yesterday in honor of, and to celebrate, "The Photoshop Guys" did a special broadcast about Photoshop, and we shared some tips and techniques, and you can watch it right above. You're Invited! 25 years is a pretty amazing milestone, so to continue the celebration we're hosting a free Webcast where we're going to look through the years at the different versions of Photoshop, and we're going to share our favorite features introduced in each version by sharing our favorite Photoshop tips for each feature (and I'm hoping that last sentence made any sense whatsoever). In short — wanna come to a free live webcast packed with Photoshop tips? Well, you're invited. When you sign up for the free Webcast, you also get a link to download a PDF of our…

    Today, February 19, 2015, Adobe is celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary for Photoshop! Originally an idea by Thomas Knoll, “Display,” a pixel imaging program from the late 1980s was purchased by Adobe and the rest is history. Read more about how Photoshop got started here. And here’s a special video from the Adobe YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/QmYc1MNJaQc “To celebrate the tool that has helped shape creativity, artists from all over the world contributed their most amazing dreams—and their working files with layers.” Today at 2:00pm ET, we will be airing a special episode of Photoshop User TV with Scott, RC, Corey, and Pete sharing their fun stories and experiences with Adobe Photoshop over the years. See you there!

    The Lightroom Show is #1! Our brand new podcast, The Lightroom Show with Scott Kelby and RC Concepcion, is the #1 video podcast on iTunes! If you haven't watched the first episode yet, it's just under 10 minutes long, so you can check it out now and see why it's at the top of the charts. If you use iTunes or the Podcast app on your iOS device, subscribe now to make sure you don't miss an episode! Double Play Sports with Dave Black In his latest KelbyOne class, Double Play Sports, legendary sports photographer Dave Black takes you through his approach and process for covering baseball and volleyball. Dave explains all of the types of gear he uses for each sport, then walks through his approach for getting on site early to capture details and candids, as well as setting up remote cameras, and…

    What's going on, I am Justin Wojtczak with 375 Photography from Atlanta, Georgia. We are commercial photographers who do 40 weddings a year, have been voted Best of Weddings for the past three years and I'm an instructor at KelbyOne.com. As a commercial wedding photographer, light can be your best friend or worst enemy. We have been doing this for almost 10 years now and I have found that what has helped stand out is the ability to light and get the shot that the bride and everyone at the wedding will remember and talk about. At the beginning we relied on speed lights. They were great and easy. But there were so many times where we went out to light a shot and the speed lights did not fire. They became to us an unreliable light source. So in 2012, we got introduced…

    Hi Gang: Happy Monday. It’s President’s Day here in the US, which is a holiday we love because a lot of folks have the day off and that’s pretty much all we know about this holiday (but don't look a gift horse in the mouth, right?). Anyway, here’s what’s up: > I’m back, baby! My wife and I snuck off Thursday for a Valentine’s Weekend Getaway to Portland, Oregon with our friends Moose and Sharon Peterson. Had a total blast, and even had some pretty good weather the whole time (the shot above is from this weekend, but I shot the same lighthouse 5-years ago but on a really gray overcast day). Lots more about this trip later, but I’ve gotta hit the sack, so hit me up on social for more photos and stories. > I posted #9 of “What I’d Tell a…

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