Friday
Mar
2009
13

Our Seminar Next Week in Houston is Sold Out!

by Scott Kelby  |  2 Comments

We’ve been getting a lot of frantic calls and emails about our Photoshop for Photographers seminar next week in Houston with Ben Willmore, because a few days ago it sold out.

The good news is; we were able to expand the ballroom in the Convention Center to accomodate more people (so everyone on the cancellation waiting list will be now able to attend), and if you weren’t already signed up—now you can (although there are already less than 40 seats left, so if you’re thinking of going—-I’d sign up now. Here’s the link.

Friday
Mar
2009
13

Big Electric Cat Rocks The House at the Photoshop World Attendee Party!

by Scott Kelby  |  4 Comments

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I just finished two days of rehearsals with my band, “Big Electric Cat” for our gig coming up at Photoshop World, as we play a live set for the attendee party (that’s us above playing at the House of Blues in Vegas. Well, that’s four of us—my keyboards are over to the far right of the stage, so I got cut out of the photo).

The venue for the party in Boston is just fantastic for a live gig like this—it’s being held at a club called “The Estate” which used to be a theater, but now it’s a nightclub, with a big stage, dance floor, and some very trendy lounging areas.

We’ll be playing a mix of classic rock and “old school” dance music, and we’ve got some new songs we’re pulling out for this one, so I hope if you’re going to Photoshop World, you’ll be hanging with us, and all the instructors and staff, at the party. I’m also playing rhythm guitar on two songs this time around. Anyway, if you’re comin’, come ready to dance!!! (Note: the party is only open to Photoshop World conference attendees).

Friday
Mar
2009
13

Tickets To Three Adobe CS4 Events!

by Scott Kelby  |  2 Comments

Adobe and CDW are hosting a series of events on the Creative Suite (CS4), and they’ve given us some invites which we’re allowed to pass on, so here are the upcoming cities, and the links to download a PDF of the invite (details are included in the PDF).

  • Boca Raton, FL: Wednesday, March 18th (Morton’s, The Steakhouse) Invite Link
  • Tampa, FL: Tuesday, March 17th (at Maggiano’s Little Italy) Invite Link
  • Washington, DC: Friday, March 13th (at Morton’s, The Steakhouse). Invite Link

By the way—lunch is included (Sweet!). Should be a great experience, so if you can get out to one of these,  I’d download the invite and RSVP while they’re are still seats available.

Wednesday
Mar
2009
11

It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Bob Krist!

by Brad Moore  |  52 Comments

Think Globally: Shoot Locally

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Photographers these days are especially sick of hearing about the economy on the news over and over again. That’s because when it comes to these types of downturns, we’re like canaries in the coalmines… We feel the effects of a lack of economic oxygen long before the rest of the business world, and this is just so much old news.  Any working pro I know could have told you things were really tough a year and a half ago, when the rest of the country was still in the bubble of economic self delusion.

But now a lot of other industries–publishing, travel, and banking among them — have  caught up and we’re all in the same boat. And this doesn’t bode well for those of us who travel and shoot, for profit, or passion, or both.  Travel magazines today are as thin as as a stockbroker’s wallet, suffering from the anorexia of no advertising dollars, and consequently no editorial pages or assignments.  And optional travel for pleasure is the first thing to go in tight economic times… Continue reading

Tuesday
Mar
2009
10

Tomorrow’s Special Guest Blogger is….

by Scott Kelby  |  3 Comments

…..acclaimed photographer, author, educator and writer, Bob Krist.

Outdoor Photographer is one of my very favorite magazines, and Bob’s travel photography column in the magazine has always been a must-read for me (you can read one of his recent columns right here).

As much as I enjoy his column, his images are just astounding (which is why he shoots for magazines like National Geographic and Smithsonian). Here’s the link to his site to see some of his amazing images, but of course make sure you check back in tomorrow to catch his guest blog post. It’s truly an honor to have Bob on the blog—-I can’t wait!!!

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