(things got crazy yesterday so the NEWSLETTER will come out on THURSDAY ( 7/29) this week and, entries have to be in by SATURDAY (7/31) this week only!)
This past Saturday, we led one of the global Kelby PhotoWalks here in Los Angeles, and will be posting some notes on that this week. along with photos.
Want to check out some of their images now?
Go to our Flickr page.Some very cool work.
While chatting with some of the attendees, we found out that they learned what they know from the Kelby set of books on Digital photography.
OK, who’s next?
The computer that you call a camera, has so much capability that most of us never unleash, you may be missing some creative tools in your kit. You have to get that secret knowledge unlocked. Sometimes it comes from a specific need, sometimes just a random exploration.
OK, maybe it’s not secret but there is so much of it, it might as well be.
It’s kinda like Photoshop – don’t think that most of us have even scratched the surface of what it is capable of.
Just make sure you use it for good.
So we are offering up Scott Kelby’s Digital Photography Boxed Set, one of the best, plain speaking, photo teachers and writers out there today.
His series of 3 books on Digital Photography, contain photo tips in a very manageable bite-size form.
Pretty much one on a page so you can flip through the book anywhere and land on some good info.
We dig the format, and think you will too.
Or, if you already know it all, it’s is an outstanding gift for someone just getting into the zone.
As always, this is a special offering for our NEWSLETTER subscribers only. Just make sure you are signed up by the evening of 3/16/2010.
Full details will be in the 7/29/2010 email delivery. A chance to get this boxed set for free, newsbreaks, and a cheery greeting from us. Mid-week never sounded so good.
If only we could email you coffee and muffin, it would be all set.
Coming this week also: coverage of the Arles festival by one of our readers, complete with photos, notes from the Photowalk, and a review on a couple of camera bags. Can never have too many, right?