SCOTT KELBY

NOW WE KNOW HOW MANY HOLES…

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A renowned photographer and specialist in retouching software, Scott Kelby is the author of international bestsellers dedicated to digital imagery and its techniques. These have been translated into a dozen different languages, from Chinese to Russian, Korean, or Swedish. He is also a writer, editor, and cofounder of the magazine Photoshop User, which targets design professionals, keen photographers, and artists. He is the chairman of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) as well as the founder of the Worldwide Photo Walk, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017. Born in 1960 in Lakeland, the American photographer is now based in the region of Tampa Bay, Florida. In 2012 he received the prestigious ASP International Prize, presented each year by the American Society of Photographers. In 2015, the Prince of Dubai awarded him, along with Sebastiao Salgado, the Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum international photography award (HIPA) for his contributions to education in photography.  ... See more See less

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I want my viewer to feel like they are sharing a quiet moment, in a special place.

SCOTT KELBY

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With the series The Great Indoors, the American photographer produces dazzling representations of highly symbolic historic buildings entirely dedicated to art and culture. Taken on 9 October 2015 in Royal Albert Hall, the image Now We Know How Many Holes... presents the London theatre outside of its performance times. The empty seats and depth of field and the vibrant colours of the ceiling lights reinforce the solemnity of the venue. ?When I admire these interiors, I see beyond art and perfect symmetry ? I see devoted artisans and architects for whom creating these places of communion had become their life?s work.? He adds: ?One of the things I wanted to do with this series was to render each image as timeless as possible. I wanted to remove the clues, and that meant obtaining special authorisation to photograph the empty space, before or after public opening hours. Clothing or hair styles often indicate the time of shooting, so the fact of photographing without visitors was an important factor in achieving this timeless touch.?

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How was your passion for photography born? It was born the first time my older brother came home from a trip to Europe and he made some large prints. He showed them to me, and they were so beautiful and I was just so impressed. I was like, “Wait a ...

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11 December 2017

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