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This is a great little tip, on a cool little feature I’ll bet most folks didn’t even know was in Photoshop, and it’s from our friend and KelbyOne instructor, British Superstar Dave Clayton. Check it out:

Thanks, Dave!

It’s good to be back!

My holiday break is over (and it was epic), but it’s great to be back in the saddle here with all of you once again. I’ve got a lot of awesome stuff planned for 2022 and I’m so glad to have you stopping by now and then. Lots of fun stuff to share this year. :)

Here’s wishing you a great Monday, and a safe, happy, healthy year to come! :)

-Scott

I’m very excited about this collaboration with the creative team at On1 (maker’s of awesome plug-ins for Lightroom and Photoshop), and they are doing a 50% off deal right now on my signature collection (just in time for Christmas, and it’s an instant download, so no waiting on shipping).

Here’s how they describe my new collection (and it’s more than just presets):

“ON1 has partnered with world-renowned photographer Scott Kelby to bring you his new Signature Bundle! It’s an ON1-exclusive featuring over 70 of his best ON1 presets, 20 beautiful textures, and 20 high-resolution skies along with his most popular video course “10 Essential Tips Every Landscape Photographer Should Know.”

Whether you’re using ON1 Photo RAW 2022 or Effects 2022, this creative collection is an essential addition to your ON1 editing toolkit.”

I know a lot of you already have one or more of On1’s awesome plug-ins, and if you do, I think you’ll super-dig this bundle (especially when it’s on sale like this). I hope you’ll check it out. :)

Here’s the link to get the 50% off deal.

Have a great Holiday week (technically, I’m on vacation this week, but I wanted to share this today since it just came out).

Merry Christmas, everybody! :)

-Scott

This one answers a question I was asked during the Portrait Photography Conference this week, but before we get to the video below that shows you the simple technique (it’s part what you do in the shoot, and part what you do in Photoshop), but first I to thank all the photographers, and the instructors, from all over who came together for a very special three-days. The conference was a huge success, and we’re so grateful to everyone who attended, who supported us, and who made the whole experience an awful lot of fun. :)

OK, onto the tutorial (below) – give it a quick watch if you’ve got a chance.

Hope you found that helpful. Here’s wishing you a great weekend, and I hope to see you here again next week. :)

-Scott

P.S. Want to watch something really fascinating and fun this weekend? Check out Ramtin Kazami’s fantastic course on using Enhancing Landscapes Using Photoshop’s Color Tools. I put the official course trailer below. Here’s the link – you’ll learn a ton in this one class – he is SO good!

Tomorrow is the kickoff and opening keynote for Adobe’s annual Max Conference, and historically Adobe releases big updates to all their software tomorrow. Now, if that were to happen, and it was something really big, I would probably have a full length course, all ready to go for release tomorrow to get KelbyOne members up to speed fast, but of course, that’s only if Adobe releases something really earth shattering, and of course, who knows if that will happen, but if it did, well…I would be ready.

Also, if Lightroom were to get anything major, I’ll bet we would be covering it tomorrow over at LightroomKillerTIps.com with an in-depth article from Rob Sylvan, but again, this is all just speculation, but if history is any indicator, there should at least be some new stuff tomorrow, and there’s always that potential for really big game changing stuff, but really, who knows? Anything’s possible. That’s tomorrow folks, a day of possibilities, but really, who knows? :)

Here’s to a great “Day before tomorrow” (which would make a great name for a movie about Adobe Max’s opening keynote). ;-)

-Scott
A guy who is just guessing about tomorrow, and he could be right, but it’s just a guess.

This feature is so incredibly useful, I can’t believe Adobe hasn’t made a bigger deal of it. It’s kind of a “hidden right in front of our eyes” feature but I haven’t found any of my friends yet that even knew it was there.

Check out the short video below where I show what it is, where it is, and why it’s so awesome:

Is that super helpful or what? Time to add that one to your workflow. :)

Hope you all have a fantastic Monday! Go Bucs and #Rolltide!

Scott

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