Guest Post Over at Scott Kelby's Blog Today

Hey there Lightroom peeps (that’s about as slang as I get :) ). Scott Kelby opened his blog to me once again today. I wrote a post called “How Photoshop Changed My Photography“. The blog post seems to be going over well, but it’s always equally interesting to see some of the insights in the comments too. I hope you’ll stop by and take a look. Have a great weekend!


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  1. Hi Matt,
    Thanks for all your great tips, but I have a request for you to fix something that has always bugged me about your site. That is, your videos. I confess that I am getting up there in years and my eyes are not what they used to be, BUT I would like to see the detail in your videos by enlarging them to full screen, like I can at almost every other site. Can’t do that with the videos that you post, and I feel that I’m not getting as much out of them as I could, because your videos simply do not enlarge!

    Can you do something about this???

    Thanks very much!

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  2. Matt,

    Loved the article. I’m hoping you will do some training here for composites, looks very interesting. Thanks for all of your teaching, good stuff and learned a lot.


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  3. it’s a bit more like “how photography changed my photoshop”, no? 😉 I like what you do and your tutorials helped me tremendously but the composing istn t something I can fully identify with.

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  4. Hey Matt,

    Read your Blog post yesterday, and it was fantastic! You really got my creative juices flowing! I’m not very good at Photoshop yet, but between all your books and training videos, I’m getting much better. I pre-ordered your Composite book, and looking forward to improving my skills! I ordered it from Kelby Training (I’m a NAPP member) and I hope you’ll be signing it!!

    Thanks again for all your help and taking the time to write these books to help us with our creativity!


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