A Better Way to HDR; Photo Walk Leader Update; Gallery Opening, and I’m Coming To DC in 11 Days (Whew!)
Happy Monday, everybody. Here’s what’s up:
HERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT LIGHTROOM’S HDR YOU’LL WANT TO KNOW…
I made this discovery recently, and it’s about how to get MUCH sharper, more color accurate realistic HDR images if you start in Lightroom, then jump over to Photoshop just briefly, where you change one simple setting — it makes all the difference in the world. I did a short video about it over on my Lightroom blog — LightroomKillerTips.com — this is really helpful if you make realistic HDR images.
LEADERS OF LAST YEAR’S WORLDWIDE PHOTO WALK…
Check your email — we’ve sent out invitations for you to have the first opportunity to lead a Photo Walk™ again this year. If you’ve changed your email address in the last year, or if for any reason you didn’t get an invite, just leave me a comment here and we’ll reach out to you directly to get you set-up. The official walk date and opening to the public to lead walks is coming soon. :)
COUNTDOWN: JUST 11 DAYS ‘TILL MY LIGHTROOM SEMINAR IN WASHINGTON, DC
Come on out and spend the day with with me on Friday, August 17th, at the Washington DC Convention Center learning all the cool stuff in Lightroom — everything from truly getting organized, to how to edit your images; how to unlock more of Lightroom’s power, how to work with Photoshop and a ton more. Tickets and here here. Hope I see you there! :)
KELBYONE IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE SOLO GALLERY EXHIBIT OF RAMTIN KAZEMI
We’re getting ready to honor another KelbyOne member’s work with their own solo gallery opening at the Gallery at KelbyOne, and his wine/cheese opening reception is open to all KelbyOne members who’d like to join us in person at our studio gallery.
Ramtin’s gallery show will be:
Saturday, August 18 at 7:00 pm EDT.
We’ll be flying Ramtin and a guest to our Headquarters in Tampa, Florida for his show and a wine and cheese reception, followed by a live Q&A in the KelbyOne Theater. To watch Ramtin’s live Q&A, tune in using this link on Saturday, August 18, at 8:00 pm ET. You’ll be able to see his work and learn about his process and inspiration. If you were unable to attend any of our previous gallery shows, you can watch recordings of the Q&As for our previous winners in the Webcast Archives and check out more highlights from their galleries exhibits.
That’s it for today. Hope yours is a great one! :)