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Meeting Scott Kelby

At the conference over the weekend, I got to meet the Photoshop guru and founder of Photoshop World Magazine, Scott Kelby.

He spoke twice, once about blogging and once about Photoshop photo processing.  My dad has been a fan for a while and we were both glad to hear Kelby speak.  Here’s a shot of my dad and me with Scott Kelby (I know, we’re big photo geeks!).

One thing I learned was that I should blog more regularly, so I’m going to try to keep that up.  Also, I learned some photo tips that I will share in future blog posts.

If you’ve never heard about Scott Kelby’s 7-point editing process, you need to learn it!  I was already doing steps 1-5, but steps 6 and 7 were brand new to me and make a huge difference when you’re working in RAW.  Such time savers!  Again, I’ll post some tips in future blogs, so be looking for it!

For more info on what he’s up to, visit Scott Kelby’s blog here: www.scottkelby.com

3 Comments

  1. Posted March 11, 2011 at 8:54 pm | #

    Ashley,

    That top shot of Scott surrounded by the group is really incredible. Great Job!

    T

  2. Posted March 12, 2011 at 7:51 am | #

    I agree – keeping up with a blog is a full time job!

    Liked your photos – B&W, very nice. Scott actually looks younger too! No wonder he likes these! Good job Ashley. You’ll make a terrific photojournalist.

  3. Posted March 15, 2011 at 9:17 pm | #

    Ashley,

    I like your black and white shots. I have been in photography for a little while but now I am trying to become better and learn. I hope to follow your blog often and learn what you learn. Thanks ahead of time!

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  1. [...] P.S. Ashley Landis, one of the students at the conference, posted some B&W shots on her blog of me teaching which I actually like, which is saying somethin’ right there, because as you might already know, I pretty much hate all photos of me. Here’s the link. [...]

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