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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

    Hi everybody. Hey, next week it's my last "Shoot Like a Pro" full-day seminar of the year and I hope you'll come out and join me for the day. Here's the details: Who: Me and Braddo! What: My Shoot Like a Pro Seminar When: Monday, December 1st (who wants to work on Monday anyway? Can I get a Woot! Woot!) Where: The Broward County Convention Center Why: Because you're going to learn a whole bunch, laugh a little, and get totally energized and inspired. Perfect way to wrap up the year, and get pumped for 2015. It's only $99 for the full day, which includes a detailed workbook (written by yours truly), and you get a digital download of my entire "Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It" full-day seminar as a bonus (it normally sells for $69 all by itself). Here's the link to sign-up…

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    http://youtu.be/xKqPVyLcQZc Hey gang - it's finally here! (yay!). If you've got a quick sec, check out the really short video above for why this version of the book is so different from previous editions. Good news -- it should be shipping by this weekend, and you can get yours first if you preorder your copy at Barnes & Noble or Amazon  or wherever shiny happy new books are sold. My thanks to everybody who has supported this book over the years -- I hope you find this latest version the most helpful yet. Best, -Scott P.S. If you'd like me to sign and personalize your copy of the book (and I would love to!), you can order it direct from us at this link.  

    Today is Veterans Day here in the US, and I wanted to take a moment to honor and thank the men and women who have served in our country’s military, and who fought to defend the very freedoms we enjoy today. America owes you a debt of gratitude for your service and sacrifice, and I just wanted to join in with a heartfelt thanks.

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