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  • Hi gang — if you were wondering why I pretty much ducked out of sight on social media in the past week or so, it’s because the wifey and I, our friends Jim and Jean, and Kalebra’s mom and dad all snuck off for a vacation that we’ve planning for over a year to celebrate Kalebra’s mom’s 73rd birthday. Her mom had always dreamed of cruising down the Danube river in a “flatboat” so that’s exactly what we did. We started out in Prague for 2-1/2 days, then made our way to Nuremberg, Germany to catch the boat that took us to some very charming towns along the Danube (like Passau and Rugnesberg), with overnight stops in Vienna Austria and ending up in Budapest for a day in the city and then the next day our flight home. Anyway, I have lots to share,…

    Hey everybody - RC here.  First off, I wanted to thank Scott for the opportunity to jump in here real quick and tell you about something that I am really pumped about.  This September 14-19 2014, I will be joining the legendary Joe McNally once again at the Anse Chastanet / Jade Mountain resort for a Workshop in Paradise.  This is my third time teaching the workshop with Joe and I feel like every year there are new things to find and explore- not just in the beauty of St. Lucia, but in the techniques we use as photographers. This is a 5 day workshop intensive that covers a ton of things for the emerging photographer.  From advanced speedlighting techniques in the jungle, to one light cover model assignments.  In depth critiques to the best workflow and post processing techniques.  We even go into…

    Here's how we describe Jeremy's new class: In this class we get a behind-the-scenes view as Jeremy creates unique and dynamic setups in the most unlikely locations, with Scott at his side asking him all the questions that you’d want answered. Jet away to South Beach, Miami, Florida to meet up with Scott Kelby for the next segment of our On Location Photography with Jeremy Cowart series. Jeremy has an amazing ability to clear away clutter, eliminate distractions, and make his subject the primary focus in just about any setting you can throw his way. You’ll be amazed at what can be accomplished with minimal gear and a creative mindset that will surely change the way you view new locations. For those of you who have seen Jeremy's two classes we shot a couple of years ago out in Venice Beach, California, you know…

    Photoshop World Las Vegas You may be thinking that you still have plenty of time to register for Photoshop World since it isn't until September. That's true, but if you're planning on signing up for one of the in-depth workshops that happen the day before the conference starts, you could be running out of time! Two of these workshops are already sold out, and I know of at least one other that only has a few openings left. If this is something you're hoping to make part of your Photoshop World experience, sign up now before it's too late! Or, you know, if you just want to save money by registering early, you can do that too ;-) Once you've registered, make sure you book a room at the official Photoshop World hotel, Mandalay Bay, so you can stay where the instructors stay! Leave…

    i am admittedly the least technical and gear-minded photographer i know, so to be featured on this blog is a pretty humbling experience, so first off, thanks. Photo by Ashtin Paige my name is andy barron and i live in LA. most of the stuff i shoot is music related, and more specifically tour related. my mindset of capturing images has always been to be a person first and a photographer second, so that combined with my love of music and travel has helped me get to doing what i am now. i love just being in a situation and observing, being a fly on the wall and just documenting what happens. some people might balk at this, but i love having limitations put on me when i'm shooting. whether that may be a dark backstage, a small tour bus, a tv show that…

    Hey there! Matt Kloskowski here today with an unofficial guest post. See, a while back, Scott wrote an article here on his blog called If I had $1000 to Spend on Improving My Portrait Photography, I’d Get… Well, I was talking to him later that day and he asked if I had read the blog post. I said “Heck yeah, and I wish I had thought of it first” :-) So he said I should write one for landscape photography as a guest post here. First, as Scott mentioned in his original post, this is a question we get a lot. It may not be exactly $1000, but it usually around there. It may be $1200, or $800 but it’s in the ballpark. Also, I'm going to assume you have a camera body and lenses already (we'll talk more about lenses at the end though).…

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