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  • It's called "Expose Yourself With Scott Kelby" (I didn't name it. I would have named it "Get nudie-nude naked and naughty with DJ Scott-Scotty K and the fully clothed nudists" but they voted it down). Anyway, if you are picked as the winner, you win a Sony RX-100 Camera, so if you can get past the whole thing of having nothing on, this is awesome. The contest is for photographers who want to share what they've learned with other photographer through a blog post, article, photo submission, etc. on InMyBag.net ----(in their words: "InMyBag.net is now a fully fledged photography magazine. In addition to featuring awesome photographers and their kit, we put a strong emphasis on including additional value – it could be a tip, a mini tutorial or general advice. Essentially, we’re asking photographers to SHOW & TELL). "  Anyway, this month the folks at…

    Free Expo Pass for Photoshop World Las Vegas If you can't attend the full three-day training conference, you can still take part in the Free Expo that's headed for Las Vegas in a couple of weeks. Check out the show floor, packed with free classes, product demos, and exclusive show specials from the hottest names in the industry. The Expo hits Vegas September 3-5 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Register now for your free pass!   Photographing Motion Indoors with Joe McNally This class is all about different ways of capturing motion with a still camera in an indoor setting. Join Joe McNally for a series of on-location shoots as he demonstrates different techniques for revealing people and objects in motion. From capturing an aerial dancer on a flowing silk to showing the motion of flowing fabric and hair, Joe steps you through…

    Photos by Peter Hurley Howdy folks! I hope you’re having a great summer! Here in NYC I feel like we’ve had a bit more rain than in the past, but all in all it’s been a very pleasant season, albeit a fast one! I feel like we were just celebrating Memorial Day, and now I’m suddenly busy preparing for Photoshop World in just a few weeks! Yikes! If you come see me speak, I promise to fill your head with loads of information about OCF (Off Camera Flash) geekiness, but today I’m going to talk to you about that moving target we call the work/life balance. So if you’re here today to learn about the difference between an f/stop, and the bus stop you should move directly to this class. ;-) ….you’re still here?! GREAT! Let’s talk about that work/life balance. Come in a…

    Here's our "Week One" update (the official launch was just one week ago): So far we have 564 walks already planned all around the world. (you can see some of the cities that created walks just this weekend, listed above). What an amazing start!!! Also, a big high-five to everyone who has been kicking in the requested $1 donation to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya. They've never needed your help more, and we're indebted to you for helping (especially to those who have kicked in $50 to make sure everyone in your local walk was covered --- how cool is that!). There's some very special people out there (you know who you are). :) So, that's the update part, but today we'll be focusing on a question and comment I get any time I mention a new city has come on board with…

    http://youtu.be/9-GdOBA9z-I This is a short clip from an episode of "The Grid" (hosted by RC and me) that has gotten a ton of buzz, mostly because so many Photoshop users had no idea that Photoshop could even do this (I think it's the best-kept secret in Photoshop). We start a five minute timer, and even with me messing up the first step and literally having to close and restart Photoshop and start over, we still comfortably got all seven steps completed in five minutes. You'll be stunned at how easy this is, because we're using a photography application that lets us create video, instead of making us photographers learn a video application from scratch. You'll super-dig it. Here's wishing you a better than average Monday! Best, -Scott 

    Above: Here's the final image. Click on it so you can see it larger (it makes it much more epic).  Now, you'll notice I didn't see "the" recipe — I said "a" recipe (because there are many), but this is one I use again and again, in lots of different situations, that's surprisingly quick and easy to pull off. But first, a behind-the-scenes shot (below). Above: Here's a behind-the-scenes shot. My camera is down low on a Gitzo tripod with the legs splayed out wide about as far as they can go. I'm shooting tethered into the laptop you see beside me — going straight into Lightroom. I think that's Brad with some serious hip action way off to the left. Dang hippie. There are three ingredients in this recipe: (1) A super wide angle lens The wider the better (here I'm using a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8…

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