Blog Profile / Photoshop Insider

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Archived Since:March 30, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Photoshop “Fake Studio Lighting” Trick

Hi, gang. I was inspired to do this trick after I saw it used yesterday by B&H Photo in a graphic for a lens they were tweeting about. As soon as I saw it, I thought, “Hey, I’ve been teaching that technique for years” and then I realized, it’s probably been too many years. Show More Summary

It’s New Class Thursday!

Mastering Nikon Wireless Flash with Moose Peterson Learn how to master the new Nikon wireless flash system with Moose Peterson! Join Moose as he provides the foundation for how this system works, goes though the components involved,Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring J.R. Maddox!

There are many ways to set up a successful photo shoot. Some are obviously more effective than others, depending on what you focus on. The part I really love is the production prior to the shoot itself. To understand where I’m coming...Show More Summary

GeoTag Tips

It’s that time of week again here at – it’s #HybridDaveTuesdays on #TravelTuesday, and this week I’m going to answer a question I’ve been frequently asked, and then breaking it down a bit more! Take a look at my postsShow More Summary

A Star is Born

That’s Stephen Wallace, and you probably recognize him as the KelbyOne member who was the winner of our contest for a solo show in the Gallery at KelbyOne, but he’s also a rising star, and on Saturday night his star was certainly shining...Show More Summary

Removing Nasty Color Fringe in Photoshop (or Lightroom for that matter)

Got a quick and easy Photoshop tutorial, that also works in Lightroom, and it’s how to get rid of those nasty purple, magenta, or green color fringe that appears around the edges of object in your image (this problem is a common lens issue called Chromatic Aberration). Show More Summary

It’s New Class Thursday!

Learn Photoshop In One Hour Join Scott Kelby as he teaches you the essential things you need to learn about Photoshop to get up and running. Photoshop has a lot of depth, but you don’t need to know everything, just the tools people use every day. Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Eric Van Nynatten!

A Bit About Me: My name is Eric Van Nynatten and I am a photographer based in New York City. I grew up in Brazil and frequently moved around across the country, which allowed me and my siblings to experience life in a way few others get the chance to. Show More Summary

A little bit noisy

Hello one and all, and thanks for dropping by again for #HybridDaveTuesdays on #TravelTuesday here at Scott Kelby’s Photoshop Insider. I’m Dave Williams and I’m here once a week to share something with you from the world of Photography...Show More Summary

Photos From My Trip to Lisbon (and a look at our first-ever commercial for “The Grid”)

OK, I know I’m way, way overdue for sharing these images from my trip to Lisbon, but I was on a critical book deadline, and blah, blah, blah I just didn’t get it done until now. Thanks for everybody that asked about them, and that has been so patient as well. Show More Summary

My Annual Holiday Gear Guide is Here!

Welcome to my 12th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide (from Photoshop User magazine). > Download the PDF version here Believe it or not, when I first started this gear guide, Gerald Ford was still President, we were watching Happy Days on TV, and we were all driving around in AMC Pacers. Show More Summary

It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

Uncovering The Magic Of Yellowstone And Grand Tetons with Rick Sammon Join Rick Sammon and learn how to get the most out of photographing Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. These parks are close together, and a must-see destination for landscape and wildlife photographers. Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Mr. Whisper, Bal Bhatla!

Allow me to introduce myself; my name is Bal Bhatla aka @mrwhisper. I’m a London based photographer and I’m hyped to be the guest on this week’s blog. I’ll be sharing my story of how I turned my passion for photography into a full time career, followed by a selection of my favourite projects. Show More Summary

Shooting in the Snow

Winter is coming people! It’s that time again, I’m back to share my weekly dose of photographic wisdom under the lovingly crafted hashtag – #HybridDaveTuesdays This week it’s something I feel I have a good standing to talk about due to my love of cold places. Show More Summary


OK, guys — today, Cyber Monday, is your last chance to get our absolute best prices of the year on KelbyOne annual memberships, and Photoshop World 2018 Conference Tickets. Here are the deals:  NOTE: These deals END TONIGHT at 12:00Show More Summary


Today is “Black Friday” (the biggest retail shopping day of the year in the US) and we’ve got our best deals of the year on: Here’s the link to the deals We’d love to have you as a KelbyOne Pro member (we have an incredible line-up of...Show More Summary


Today in the US we celebrate Thanksgiving; a national holiday where we give thanks for the many blessings we enjoy (and I truly feel like the most blessed guy on earth). Traditionally this is a day where families come together to eat...Show More Summary

It’s New Class Thursday!

Unlocking The Power Of Aurora HDR 2018 with Trey Ratcliff Join Trey Ratcliff as he teaches you how to get the most out of Aurora HDR 2018. Well known for his distinctive HDR style, Trey has been working with Aurora’s developers for several years, and knows the program inside and out. Show More Summary

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Austin Lord!

Let me first start by saying how grateful am for the opportunity to be featured on this blog. It’s always such an honor to be able to share what I have learned in the past three years of being a freelance photographer with other creatives,...Show More Summary

Seeing Light

No time for an intro, this topic is way too important! One of the most important skills in photography is the ability to see light. It may sound stupid, perhaps even too obvious, but it’s a thing. It’s a thing that if you think you understand you probably don’t. Show More Summary

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