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Scott Kelby Launches an iPad Magazine Dedicated to the Topic of Lighting

Scott Kelby, the publisher of Photoshop User and Layers magazines, has launched a new iPad-only magazine dedicated to the subject of digital photography lighting called “Light It“.

It features the industry’s top experts on photography lighting, studio lighting, small camera flash, portrait lighting, location lighting and more. Readers will also find plenty of lighting tips and tricks, a section just for beginners, interviews with the pros, and news about the latest gear. Light it is for photographers of all skill-levels who use lighting or want to explore lighting concepts.

The first 50-page issue is free, and subsequent issues — published 8 times a year — will cost $3 each. Hopefully they’ll start making it available on Android tablets in the future.

Light It Digital Magazine [iTunes Store]


 
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  • Bacicg

    Siriously, when did the advertising became so lame?

  • http://www.casagli.com Alessandro Casagli

    It looked like a spoof of any Apple “fake interviews” commercials. I do appreciate his effort, but that looked kinda uninspired to me.

  • http://www.casagli.com Alessandro Casagli

    It looked like a spoof of any Apple “fake interviews” commercials. I do appreciate his effort, but that looked kinda uninspired to me.

  • http://www.casagli.com Alessandro Casagli

    It looked like a spoof of any Apple “fake interviews” commercials. I do appreciate his effort, but that looked kinda uninspired to me.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, just have to buy that unnecessary piece of rotten apple equipment first. Nah don’t think so. All you need to know is on youtube and different forums anyhow.

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, just have to buy that unnecessary piece of rotten apple equipment first. Nah don’t think so. All you need to know is on youtube and different forums anyhow.

  • Gabriel Bousquet

    Viewed it on my friends iPad. It was nice, but not nice enough to compromise my morals and buy an Apple device. I spoke with them on Google+ the night it was launched and they made it very clear there will be no Android version. Not because they can’t, but because they just don’t want to. 

  • Gabriel Bousquet

    Viewed it on my friends iPad. It was nice, but not nice enough to compromise my morals and buy an Apple device. I spoke with them on Google+ the night it was launched and they made it very clear there will be no Android version. Not because they can’t, but because they just don’t want to. 

  • Asparagus

    I’m convinced that Apple devices are made poorly on purpose to get you to upgrade every year or so, because the old one wore out already.

    My iPhone is cool and all sure, but the thing isn’t that old and is already suffering some serious performance issues.  I have friends who’s built-in battery  completely died within a month of the warranty expiring.

  • Anonymous

    You guys are the worst apple haters i have ever seen.

  • Asparagus

    When they make a product that doesn’t wear itself out or start suffering bad performance issues after only a year of use, i’ll reconsider.

    I actually did buy an iPad, and I thought it was “kinda neat” for about a week or two. Then found myself leaving it untouched and collecting dust on the nightstand for days, even weeks at a time.  

    I decided to sell it, and I haven’t missed it even a little bit.
    Tablets are, IMHO, very overrated.

  • Jeremy Taco Patterson

    My Daughter uses our iPad (the Original iPad “1″) daily. She’s downloaded a ton of those goofy baking games, Nick Jr Apps, and watches a lot of cartoons on YouTube and it still works like a charm. Still goes a couple of days on a full charge.

    So…. Maybe the people you know are more abusive to their devices than a 6 year old girl???