Paris in Vegas

“Very many people go through their whole lives having no real sense of what their talents may be, or if they have any to speak of.”
― Ken Robinson

Figured I would dig into my archive of images from my last trip to Las Vegas for tonights post as my thoughts are with the folks at Kelby Media Group. I am sure by now, setup is well underway for Photoshop World. The biannual conference is about to kick off out there this week and it looks like some of my favorite artists and teachers will be there again to share their tips and tricks. For those in the creative world we live in, it is in essence, the Super Bowl of digital imaging and photographic education. As my schedule didn’t allow me to attend this year, it does seem like I was there just last year.

Wait a minute, it WAS last year 🙂

During a break from some of the intense training one late afternoon, I captured this one along the strip. Although for the most part, I can be found bracketing for my HDR images, I did take a few snaps out there. This one is one of them. A few adjustments in Lightroom and whalla!

Paris in Vegas

So if you can’t make it to Vegas (like me this year), nothing beats staying up to speed with the online classes with Kelby One. You can sign up by the month or by the year (for a better rate!) Worth every penny!

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Warning……geeky stuff to follow!

Now for something COMPLETELY different…….

So incidentally, I STILL seem to be having a bit of a challenge with my RSS feed and how it comes out in feed burner. For example, I posted a video and several links from my post last night on Adam the concert photographer. If you viewed the post here on the blog, I am sure you saw it. If you saw it from the feed, there is a good chance that you did not even see anything past the YouTube embed.

The post just seemed to abrubtly end!

Weird huh?

So lets try this again!

First off, here is a link (not an embed) to the video I shared last night. As this is not an embed, I am sure that the following will still be seen (I hope!)

And then, here is the “other places to find him” section as I always do…..

For more from Adam and his gift, follow his posts and art on his website here, follow him on Twitter here, watch his updates on Facebook here, enjoy his Instagram posts here, read his tumbler posts here, or see more of his Youtube clips here!

So here is where the fun part starts….

Instead of doing a regular embed, I am testing out using a “short code” way of embedding the video into the post. With any luck, the video below will actually show up in the RSS feed as well. Just in case, here is the link to it as its a pretty good video from the dude who I quoted at the beginning of this post (man, that seems like YEARS ago doesn’t it?)

Lets see how this works now 🙂

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