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  • Cowboy Stadium has been at the top of my list for stadiums to shoot for a few years now, and yesterday I finally got the chance. I had only seen it from the outside, a few years ago when I was doing my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" tour in Arlington --- it's within walking distance of the convention center where we hold my classes, and it's just an amazing feat of architecture and design, and when I found out I I'd be here a day early, I reached out over Twitter to find a contact with the Cowboys, and before you know it I was talking with Shannon Gross, Social Media powerful overlord for the Cowboys (and as luck would have it, a photographer). Our shoot was set for 2:00 pm yesterday, and I was planning out my shoot in the morning when…

    Photoshop Design Challenge Corey Barker has just announced the first Photoshop Design Challenge, inviting you to submit your best Disaster Movie Poster designs (each person can submit two)! Prizes include a NAPP Membership, a year of Adobe Creative Cloud, a year of Squarespace, a new Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, some great books and more. Submissions will be judged by Corey, Bert Monroy, Pete Collins, and NAPP Creative Director Felix Nelson. Head over to Corey's blog to get all the details and start working on your designs! Worldwide Photo Walk Have you signed up for the Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk yet? We’re less than a month away, but there’s still time to find a walk near you and sign up. There are over 17,000 already people signed up to take part in this year’s event! New walks are being added every day, so if you don’t see one near you,…

    Photo by Claude Bauschinger If you decide to read about portrait photography, you’ll find a lot about cameras, lenses, lighting setups, and tricks. Most of that misses the most important ingredient of all -- your relationship with the subject, so frequently overlooked yet just as important as the technical mumbo-jumbo. I was going to call this post “Why I Use Wide-Angle Lenses and Get Up In People’s Faces,” but thought better of it because there’s so much more involved. For me, meeting and talking to my subjects during a shoot is a big reason why I love taking portraits. The camera settings and technical considerations melt away (or, more often, are left to muscle memory), and it becomes two new friends getting to know each other. Since taking portraits is an active process, “taking” doesn’t adequately describe what happens. It’s collaborative, and when it’s…

    Sorry for the late post this morning --- I'm behind on....well....pretty much everything. LOL!! :) So, last week we started something new for us over at KelbyTraining.com --- each week we're broadcasting one of online classes from Kelby Training Online for free, all-day long, continuously for free. Last week we aired my Travel Photography Class (filmed on location in Paris, France), and this week, we're airing PART TWO, which is where I do all the post-procesing of the shots taken in Part One using Lightroom and Photoshop, and I go through my entire workflow. Each week, we'll be continuously airing a different class, because we're betting you’re going to watch a couple of classes and you’ll learn so much that you’ll totally want access to the rest of our more than 300 online photography classes (it’s only $199 a year for unlimited access or $24.95 a…

    Above: One of my favorites from the game. Shot at 6,400 ISO. No noise reduction. OK, it wasn't a pretty game, and it didn't end the way I was hoping, and we had a long rain delay (well, Lightning delay), and I got home hours later than I expected, and I'm still pretty damp from the rain, plus I forgot some important stuff, and just overall....I loved it! :) Above: Here's an iPhone shot of my "Office" for game day. Ahhh, the glamour of sports photography. They really spoil us with perks like free power outlets and fold-up metal chairs in the workroom. There's almost enough for everybody. ;-) I actually have lots to share about the game, the gear, my new fancy-dancy multiple card reader, and my long list of mistakes off the field and in my post-processing, but unfortunately, it's pretty darn…

    Greetings from beautiful Miami Beach. OK, that's about all I've got today. I had planned to run some videos from Photoshop World in Vegas, but they weren't ready, so......so....I've got nuthin'. Hope I see you here today in Miami at my seminar today. Hope you have a great weekend (hey, that's something. Kinda). Cheers, -Scott A guy with nuthin' on his blog today

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