Location Lite with Scott Kelby
Create a cool fashion shoot on a budget! Join Scott Kelby as he shows you how you can pull together a high-end looking fashion shoot on a low-end budget. Scott takes you step-by-step through the process of building a set, re-creating window light with a single speed light, shooting a variety of looks, and all the while sharing money saving tips and tricks that you can put to use on your next shoot. Throughout the class you’ll learn resources for acquiring sets and clothing, how to prepare before the shoot, what gear you’ll need, how to set the lighting, and so much more. Scott wraps up the class with a look at his streamlined post processing workflow. You don’t need a large budget if you can be resourceful, clever, and creative.

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Hey everyone, RC here reporting from Adobe MAX in Los Angeles California. Over 7000 people are in attendance here to check out what’s new from the world of Adobe - and they are not disappointing over here. For those who were not able to make it to Los Angeles, Adobe streamed the keynote live for all to see - a full 2+ hours. There were a slew of updates that were posted so let me share with you a couple of the ones that really stood out to me. ADOBE CAPTURE CC IS HERE In the Photoshop space for Mobile - Adobe has merged the powers of their current apps Adobe Brush, Adobe Shape, Adobe Color and Adobe Hue into one app called Adobe Capture CC. Using the camera, you can create shapes and color themes and use them as jump points into your…


How Your Fast Paced Everyday Life Can Hide Your Passion For Photography From You You wake up to the alarm in the morning, jump (or slide) out of bed, down your coffee, check your calendar, throw on your clothes (or shower first if you're lucky enough) race to the bus stop, school, work, event, wherever and go throughout your day trying to catch up, only to realize that you're late to leave the office for your child's big game but you hustle and get there just in time to catch little Sally cross the finish line, or start her recital, or take her to tutoring or... Sound familiar? I'm willing to bet that some of you are saying, “Exactly! I don't have the energy to be passionate about photography. The only thing I'm passionate about is getting into my jammies at the end of…


Greetings from Queenstown, New Zealand (we popped over here after our visit to Sydney), where we're pretty tired, but we still have big smiles on our faces from the amazing weekend that was. First, before we go on — the group photo above is of the awesome group of photographers I led in Sydney, Australia as part of the Worldwide Photo Walk (photo by Keith McInnes, who not only took this shot, but helped me immeasurably in coordinating my first ever visit to Australia). That's us in front of the iconic Sydney Opera House (more on that story in a different post, but many thanks to the great folks at Destination NSW for all their gracious help, and for their cool gifts for my walk group in Sydney). But, I did want to say, this was perhaps my best local group yet - just the…


It’s here!!! Today in nearly a thousand cities around the world my 8th Annual World Wide Photo Walk kicks off, and by tonight nearly 20,000 photographers around the world will collectively have taken literally millions of photos as part of their local Photo Walks. How cool is that!!!!

If you haven’t signed up for a walk yet: go here  right now – find a walk near you and sign up free! (you can be walking with us tomorrow!).

If you’re already signed up to walk, here are SEVEN LAST MINUTE PHOTO WALK TIPS to make your day a success:


We're just 2 days away and then we're walkin' - so exciting!!! :) IMPORTANT: I've created a series of six videos packed with camera tips and photo tips just for folks who are registered for my Photo Walk this Saturday. If you're registered, keep an eye out for an email from me (that looks like the graphic above), and the sender is "Worldwide Photo Walk" (if you don't have it, check your junk mail). Anyway, I wanted to do these videos this year to help folks get their best photo walks images yet, and I hope you find it helpful. OK, I'll be back tomorrow with some last minute tips to help make your walk a safe and successful one, so make sure you check back here then. All my best, -Scott