Wow, was yesterday a big day for my “Lighting Recipes” App

Yesterday, when I woke up and checked my email, I saw where the New York Times had done a piece on my new iPad App called “Scott Kelby’s Photo Recipes” (it’s totally free), and I was on Cloud 9 (had no idea they were doing that until I saw it in my inbox). [Here’s the link]

Then I get an email from Shawn Welch, our IOS developer and fellow Call of Duty [SNOW] Clan player that featured it yesterday as their “Gizmodo App of the day.” Seriously, I’m blacking out! ;-)  [here’s the link].

You can find it on the App store for iPad. Did I mention it’s free? :)

Thanks to the Times and to Gizmodo for featuring the App (and thanks to Shawn Welch for totally kicking butt in creating it). We are seriously psyched! :-)

    1. Ken, I actually like Twitter quite a bit (and I’m on there every day). I don’t like (at all) the 140 character limit. If they fixed that (well, that and making photos show up without having to click on them), I’d be one happy camper. :)

  1. I found one on the Android Market from Pearson Education NA, but it’s 19.99. Is this the same app? Is there plans for an Android version? I have the Asus transformer Prime and I’m dying to get this app. Does the Ipad version work on the Iphone, too? or just Ipad?

  2. The app is great! I love it and your knowledge. Is there a chance that the other kelby apps might go on sale? I saw they were on sale in march but I missed out. Thanks!

  3. Hey Scott,
    Congratulations on the NY Times and Gizmodo articles! Just a suggestion. It might be helpful to have references like the “Scott Kelby’s Photo Recipes” iPad App and the “Gizmodo App of the day” article linked to the actual url’s where you mention them. I had to hunt around some to find the link for the app and would have been more helpful to be able to click on a link directly from your page. Great stuff, though and so glad to hear how well your material is doing.

  4. Love the free lighting app was awesome espcially from someone just learning to do things more off camera i hope in time i will be able to afford kelby training as i see that as the next big thing love your work and i love lighroom 4 to. Wnd thinking about silver fx from nik software thats another on the list thanks again

      1.  Hey, some of us have Android Tablets, you heard of Android have you?  Companies like Sony, Toshiba, Motorola, Samsung, and Philips have heard of Android. 

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