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  • When I posted this behind-the-scenes iPhone pic yesterday on FB and Twitter, and mentioned I was using Lightroom Mobile (that it running on my iPad), I had lots of questions of how and why we used so I thought I'd tackle that here today on the blog. Why Lightroom Mobile? First, I know there are lots of apps (OK, at least a few) that will let you transfer your images from your camera over into your iPad so you can see them during a shoot. In fact, Terry White had a great article on shooting straight from an Eye-fi Wireless SD card, through an App, right over to your iPad (here's the link), but I wanted more than just being able to see them. I want this to be a part of my workflow to make my job easier and faster so I thought…

    Win A FREE Pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas! Submit your best photos to this contest for your chance to win a FREE pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas! The big winner will also have their photo published in Photoshop User magazine AND get a free year of KelbyOne! The winner will be chosen by a panel including Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Peter Hurley, Tamara Lackey, and Erik Valind. The deadline to submit is August 2, so click here and share your best work! Behind The Lens: In-Depth Portfolio Reviews with Joe McNally and Scott Kelby Join Joe McNally and Scott Kelby for an evening of no-holds-barred portfolio critiques, stories, and laughs. Joe graciously provides his expert, constructive insights to help beginners and experienced shooters alike improve their portfolio. More experienced photographers often get to a point where takeaways and suggestions are rare. Joe’s…

    When I received an email from Brad asking me if I wanted to write a guest post for Scott I was psyched. I screamed some colorful words like the ones coming out of the Master Jay Maisel’s mouth and I quickly wrote back saying YES! I was honored to even be considered to write on Scott’s blog. But then I panicked.... What could I possibly write about? Well, I have been shooting for only 3 years, I’ve had my up and downs, I’ve tried several photography genres, and I kicked and whined just to think about specializing in just one thing. Then I realized what I enjoyed the most was shooting people. So far this is what has worked for me. Between now an then I experimented a little with landscape photography, long exposures, macro photography, food photography, concert photography, and I even had…

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    http://youtu.be/agtMHGoEh4U Last week I heard about this Tedx talk given by photographer Kevin Gilbert on the importance of protecting your photographic memories (I don't want share too much more than that, because I really want you to hear it from him). His talk, titled "The Lost Generation," is around 16-minutes long but it flies by because of the wonderful images, the funny and often touching stories, and his engaging, fun presentation style. I promise you, this it will be worth your while. Not only will it make you think, it will probably put some great things in motion for you, and it's sure to start your Monday with a smile. Here's wishing you all a fantastic Monday (if, ya know, there is such a thing. It's kind of like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster). Best, -Scott  

    http://youtu.be/Ozbf05w0cPQ In the most recent update to Creative Cloud users, Adobe did something I just did not see coming, and it's designed to allay the concerns of some Lightroom Creative Cloud subscribers (or potential subscribers). Watch the video above first (it's really short) which explains what they did, then I did a short Q&A below, which will only make sense after you watch the video: Q. Does this affect me if I bought Lightroom outright, rather than subscribed? A. Nope. Not at all. This only affects folks who are using Lightroom through a Creative Cloud subscription (either the full subscription or the Photographers Bundle). Q. So, if the scenario plays out like you said in the video, can I still import photos into Lightroom? A. Yup. You can import and export (so, if you're working with Raw files, you can still export out JPEGs…

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