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  • http://youtu.be/zTutBlXvtDs A few weeks back when we had Jared Polin (Fro Knows Photo) as our in-studio guest on "The Grid," Jared asked if we could do an interview earlier that day (for his "RAW Talk podcast"), and he'd have his crew set up cameras in my office and we'd just go for it, and I guess I went for it with some very candid answers. I've gotten a lot of great feedback on the interview and I have to say Jared did a great job by not asking the standard ol' questions. He kind of let the interview go wherever we took it, and we took it down some streets I haven't been down in interviews before, which I think is really cool. Anyway, I've embedded the video above so you can watch it right here. My thanks to Jared for the opportunity and…

    Hi Gang: Lot's of new stuff today: Above: Here's the Canon EOS 5DS model. Above: Here's the 5Ds R model.   Canon Announces a Full Frame 50.6-megapixel high-resolution DSLR There are actually two versions : the Canon EOS 5DS and the 5DS R ["with the sensor's low-pass filter rendered neutral. By cancelling the effect of the filter, the 50.6MP sensor is enabled to deliver an even higher resolution with more intricate details."]. These are the highest resolution DSLRs out there (well, they're not quite out-there yet —  B&H's page on the cameras says "expected availability" is around June). The prices are pretty amazingly low for that high a resolution camera: The 5DS is $3,699 and the 5Ds R is $3,899. Here's a list of the specs (from Canon): > Newly designed 50.6 Megapixel full-frame CMOS helps deliver ultra-high resolution images for large-scale printing and extensive, creative cropping,…

    New Classes at KelbyOne It's Fashion Month at KelbyOne.com and we have a lot of great classes on Fashion Photography from instructors like Lindsay Adler, Lou Freeman, and Joel Grimes! High Fashion Photography on a Budget by Lindsay Adler is a brand NEW class that will be releasing today. In this class, Lindsay shows you how to get the same looks that you might see in magazines or designer ads, but without breaking the bank. Also, Dan Hughes from MacPhun Software stopped by and created a class called Dynamic Black & White Images Made Easy featuring Tonality Pro. Dan shows how to start with built-in presets, layer multiple presets together, apply custom settings, and a number of tips and tricks to help you get the most out of this innovative software. Keep an eye out on KelbyOne.com for both of these new classes today! KelbyOne Live Want to learn…

    On the field pre-game Last Sunday I shot my 39th Super Bowl.  I know that sounds like a lot of Super Sundays, but it pales in comparison to photographers Mickie Palmer, Tony Tomsic, John Biever and Walter Iooss, -each of whom came into last Sunday’s game having photographed all 48 of the previous Super Bowls.   (For more of their stories check out Neil Leifer’s cool new film Keepers of the Streak on ESPN.) My first Super Bowl was 9 (I’ll spare you the roman numerals).  It was supposed to be played in the brand new Louisiana Superdome-the historic first indoor Super Bowl.  Unfortunately the ‘dome was not completed in time and I found myself shooting in rusty old Tulane stadium with the game-time temperature hovering in the 40’s and a steady rain coming down. New England’s Ron Gronkowski makes a touchdown catch in the…

    Hi everybody - good to see ya here! I flew up to Nashville yesterday, just for the day, for the Imaging USA Conference & Expo, where I did a presentation on sports photography in Canon's booth (excellent show by the way — lots of buzz and really engaged photographers up there). Anyway, I was standing beside the KelbyOne booth on the Expo Floor and a photographer from Colorado named Scott Yakel came up (nice guy), and we started talking. He was complaining that he looked thoroughly in my "Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers" and couldn't find anything in there about how to prepare images for entering into a Print Competition (he's a PPA member and he and his friends enter images into the local PPA chapter's print competition). In particular, there was nothing in there on how to add a black border around your image as…

    Hi gang (and greetings from Southwest Airlines flight 571 to Nashville): Just a quick discount deal today - the folks over at WPPI have given KelbyOne subscribers (and my readers) a $150 deal  on a full platform pass for their upcoming conference. Here's the scoop (straight from them): "This exclusive discount is good till February 10th. Receive a WPPI Full Platform Pass for only $150!  The WPPI Wedding and Portrait Photography Conference + Expo is the industry's premier event for photographers looking to learn techniques from the world's best, to try the newest products on the market, and to develop relationships with others in the business. If you're looking to experience the full spectrum of what WPPI has to offer, the Full Platform Pass is the best way to challenge yourself by day and network by night. Full Platform Pass holders can attend up to 200…

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