Just in case I didn’t, and just in case you haven’t downloaded the free premiere issue, I thought I’d at least let ya know about “Light It’ magazine, and show you some of the covers from our first seven issues.

The magazine is about hot-shoe flash and studio lighting, and I write a column in the magazine called “Photo recipes” where I show the final image, and then the behind-the-scenes shots of exactly how it was all done.

Here’s the short video (below) that launched the magazine and it tells you all about it (why we launched it, how we designed the magazine, and stuff like that). It’s short but totally worth checking out.

You can download the Premiere issue free on your iPad (the Android version is coming soon!), and the other issues are just $2.99 each (cheap!), plus you’ll be learning lighting techniques from some amazing teachers (we’ve featured everybody from Joe McNally to Jeremy Cowart to Joey Wright to James Schmelzer, Erik Valind, Frank Doorhof, Tom Bol, Jason Groupe, Kevin Ames, and lot of cool training (like Lighting for Weddings) from a literal whose who of flash and studio lighting. Plus we’ve got a DIY lighting columns, lot of lighting gear news, lighting Q&As, some amazing work in our gallery, and lots of fun stuff I promise you’ll love.

It’s less than coffee!
Well, it’s less than a latte where we get coffee near our office anyway, and you’ll learn enough to be able to charge coffee-chain prices for your work (OK, that whole thing is a bit of a stretch, but seriously $2.99 is cheaper than a McDonald’s Extra value meal but that doesn’t sound as cheap as the whole coffee analogy).

OK Scott, I want it. Bad! Where do I get it?
Just go to the App Store on iOS and search for “Light it Magazine” or just click this link and it will take you there.

What’s on tap for Monday here on the Blog?
I’ll be showing some pages from my Paris Photo Book. In other news: all day Monday I’ll be in our studios rolling out my new “Photoshop CS6 for Photographers” live tour to a group of invited Kelby Training subscribers for free. Can’t wait to show some of the cool new stuff in CS6 and how I’m using it today. Have a great weekend everybody!