After yesterday’s post, I thought you guys deserved some balance by seeing some really nice shots for a change, and that’s why I wanted to share this video from my friend, UK-based photographer Glyn Dewis.

2010: A Portfolio Review from Glyn Dewis on Vimeo.

He did a recap of his 2010 shoots, and I saw it on his Facebook page and really enjoyed it, so I got the embed code from his site, and I’m sharing it with you guys here (hope you don’t mind, Glyn). If you’ve got a minute, take a look—I think you’ll really dig it. :)

P.S. Thanks to everybody who posted such nice comments yesterday about my Hall of Shame. It made me feel….well….shameful. ;-)

About The Author

Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for Photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books.

43 Comments

  1. Great video, Glyn! And thanks for linking to it, Scott. Looks like Glyn has a lot of fun with photography. Some truly creative photos shown there. I paused the video a couple of times to see some of the pictures better, but that’s not a knock on the editing!

    –John

  2. Don’t lie Scott, we know you only posted the video because of your special appearence at 2:23!!!

    This guy kicks butt!!! And his accent is really funny too!!

    Amazing video.

  3. Nice post! thank u so much for sharing..

  4. I met Glyn for the very first time the same day we met Scott in Islington for our ‘Photowalk’ around london – he is a totally top, top fella and his blog is a ‘must see’ if you love photography and Photoshop, I have learnt loads from him already ….and yeah, he’s got a well funny accent ;)
    Scott ain’t so bad either !

    http://www.glyndewis.com

  5. Hey I know that geezer!
    As Dave C says Glyn’s a top bloke and his blog is definitely one to visit frequently – full of useful Photography tips, judiciously supplemented with a cheeky British sense of humour & Brummie accent :-)

  6. And there was me minding my own business watching the sun rising over yonder hills when ‘beep, beep’ … if it’s not me old mate ‘Ye Olde Chimney Sweep’, Dick Van Clayton texting me about this post :)

    Mind? How could I possibly mind? Embed away but I draw the line at being called ‘Babe’ :)

    Scott, thanks so much for posting this up and for the kind words; you’re a good man and good friend!

    All the best to you,
    Glyn

  7. Stunning photos, AND a chuckle or two, what more could you ask for with your morning tea!

  8. Hey Scott and Glyn … Wow that was awesome! Glyn you are very talented guy! Loved the video and your stills are just fantastic! Very, very impressive work!

    Hey, Scott … looks like another guest blogger to me!

    Thanks for sharing and looking forward to your 2011 video, Glyn!

    Dennis

  9. As I always say, you’re doing some great things with your photography Glyn. This video was a great example of it. Looking forward to see what comes your way this year. Thanks for posting this on your blog Scott. Glyn deserves the recognition.

  10. Some really great shots, Glyn. It looks like you have a great time in your photo shoots as well. Keep up the great work.

  11. Wow, this is excellent. I’m far too scatty brained to keep up with all that over the span of the year. Your work is outstanding too. Well played sir!

  12. Outstanding post! as for yesterday – well it was kinda like watching Tiger leave one in the trap you know, the “been there done that feeling” not that i’ve shot at an NFL game but i’ve missed many good shots. buy the way Scott did you checkout “Le Noise” yet?

  13. A very nice video but above all, beautiful photographs!

  14. Glyn, hope to meet you soon, maybe at a PSW! Nice video and pics, it doesn’t surprise me a bit, your work is awesome.
    Ken

  15. Scott:

    Please excuse me for these belated comments. I was out all last fall for cancer treatment and missed your blog (couldn’t see the computer, much less read it). I missed, in my opinion, a VERY important discussion you had with your readers concerning what you would like to see in Lightroom 4. I just HAVE to add my two cents.

    I LIKE Lightroom as it is now, maybe some tweaking is needed but the changes you and others requested (again IMHO) will make Lightroom just as big, cumbersome, and user unfriendly as Photoshop CS5. The beauty of Lightroom 3.3 is it’s simplicity. Addtionally, over on Matt’s blog, he demonstrates many ways to do the things readers requested Adobe to ADD to lightroom (e.g. applying exposure increases or decreases to a group of photos). Of course, I don’t use the slideshow feature (could have left it in Elements as far as I’m concerned) nor do I print from Lightroom. I use Lightroom for what I think it was designed to do…organize and develop my “film”.

    Sorry again for the delay, just couldn’t help it and didn’t see a handy alternative to comments on an unrelated topic. :>

    Oh…BTW…the treatments were a complete success!

  16. Glyn is one of the photographers that I really enjoy reading his blog….very inspiring!

  17. Great video Glyn. Always a laugh when I’ve met you. Glad to see a man enjoying his work.
    Maybe see you on a Photowalk in 2011

  18. Well done Glynn, great work. Don’t let ’em get to you – just remember we speak English, they’re the one’s with the accents;-) Cheers, Ian

  19. Thanks for the link Scott and thanks to Glyn for the inspiration. I was so inspired I did my own review and I think I learned a few things about my photography work as well by doing so. I’m not a professional like Glyn by no means but it was fun to do so. Here’s my link: http://www.vimeo.com/18765202

    Thanks again for the inspiration.

  20. Great post, and great photos Glyn. This post made me go to your blog, and I’m hooked. Great tutorials and what a great inspiration you are mate!

    Cheers!

  21. I think that what you posted was very logical.

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