It’s Free Stuff Thursday!
Win A FREE Pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas!
Submit your best photos to this contest for your chance to win a FREE pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas! The big winner will also have their photo published in Photoshop User magazine AND get a free year of KelbyOne! The winner will be chosen by a panel including Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, Peter Hurley, Tamara Lackey, and Erik Valind. The deadline to submit is August 2, so click here and share your best work!
Behind The Lens: In-Depth Portfolio Reviews with Joe McNally and Scott Kelby
Join Joe McNally and Scott Kelby for an evening of no-holds-barred portfolio critiques, stories, and laughs. Joe graciously provides his expert, constructive insights to help beginners and experienced shooters alike improve their portfolio. More experienced photographers often get to a point where takeaways and suggestions are rare. Joe’s unique way of seeing into photographs, coupled with his years of experience, and absolutely entertaining delivery style, makes this live night at the Tampa Improv a must watch class for any photographer.
Leave a comment for your chance to watch this for free!
Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, or Corey Barker? Check out these seminar tours!
Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby
Aug 26 – St. Louis, MO
Aug 28 – Kansas City, MO
One Flash, Two Flash with Joe McNally
July 24 – Milwaukee, WI
July 28 – Boston, MA
Photoshop Down & Dirty Master FX with Corey Barker
Aug 1 – Miami, FL
Aug 13 – Austin, TX
You can check out the full schedule for seminars through August, and we’ll be updating it with more dates soon! Leave a comment for your chance to win a ticket to one of these events!
Jeremy Cowart’s Photographers Toolkit
Our good friend Jeremy Cowart recently made his Photographers Toolkit available for free download! If you’re curious about the gear Jeremy uses to make the amazing images he creates, just sign up for his mailing list and you’ll get a link to download this PDF. He covers everything from his cameras and lenses to apps to desks to lights and everything in between. Rather than try to explain it myself, here’s a blurb from the toolkit intro:
Just imagine we’re sitting down at a coffee shop and I’m quickly telling you about my latest favorite pieces of gear. That’s the idea and tone behind everything below. If you want all the super impersonal, technical details about gear then well, there are a million other places to go for that.
This isn’t THE guide for photographers, this is MY guide. These are the actual items that I own and use on a daily basis. I don’t necessarily have all the latest greatest versions of everything, so some of the items below might be a little outdated. But if they’re here, that means I’m currently still using them and loving them. I’ve collected them over time, and would suggest you do the same with your gear. You don’t need to go out and buy everything you want right away. Pick a few that you enjoy and go create great art.