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There’s a bunch of training news that’s been stacking up, so I’ll quickly get right through it all in one post:

(1) My Dallas Seminar is Sold Out!
We have nearly 700 photographers registered for my “Photoshop for Photographers” seminar in Dallas tomorrow, so we are sold out (even after expanding the room). I’m really looking forward to seeing everybody, and if you read this blog, make sure you stop by and say hi!

(2) My Next Tour Stop: Washington DC on Monday, March 1st
I love DC (plus I get to hang out with Jeff Revell), and I’ll be there 1st of March with my seminar, so I hope you’ll come and spend the day with me. I’d sign up early, and reserve your seat. Here’s the link.

(3) Jim Smelzer’s “Senior Portraits Outdoors” Class Now Online
Jim’s other two classes on Senior Portraiture have just absolutely kicked butt, and I’m thrilled to let you know we just posted his new one this week (By the way—we post a new class every week now at Kelby Training Online). Here’s the link to his class (Jim is an absolutely fantastic teacher, and people are just lovin’ his stuff!).

(4) I’m Teaching At Professional Imaging 2010 in the Netherlands
I’m heading to Holland again, and I can’t wait! This time it’s to do the Keynote presentation, and a series of classes at the Professional Imaging 2010 event, Sponsored by Adobe, at the Nieuwegeins Business Center, Nieuwegein, Utrecht, NL on March 7-9, 2010. Here’s the link with details about the conference (by the way: I presented there a few years ago, and this is without a doubt one of the best run, best attended events I’ve ever been to anywhere!!!!).

(5) Want a kick-butt Lightroom Production Tip?
Although I’m doing a class at Photoshop World called “Lightroom Killer Tips” I came up with this tip after I finished the workbook for the class, so I did it on this week’s episode of Photoshop User TV. It’s really handy (hey, even Matt had to comment on it), so if you’ve got a sec, check out this week’s episode right here.

(6) Our “Photoshop 20th Anniversary Party is Sold Out”
We had seating for over a thousand people for the Photoshop Party of the Year, but those seats are now long gone as we’re sold out in advance. However, we’re looking at all sorts of ways to webcast, simulcast, podcast, and everything cast the event so no matter where you are in the world, you can join in the fun (and the tips), and it should be an incredible night, celebrating an amazing milestone, and I’ll have more details soon, but for now, keep the evening of Feb. 18th free, cause we’re going party like it’s….wait…that’s doesn’t work. Well, you know what I meant.

That’s it for now. Lots more to share soon. Hope to see you in person at one of these events, or online! :)

About The Author

Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for Photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books.

11 Comments

  1. Nice to read you’re comming to Holland Scott :) *making note in calendar.

  2. Yep i’ll be there too in Nieuwegein, The Netherlands! :-) Thanks for your nice compliments ;-)

  3. Hey Scott,
    I’m real excited about tomorrow’s seminar. I am about to leave the OKC ice storm to drive south to Dallas. I think your teaching will be worth the risk.
    See ya tomorrow,
    Mike

  4. Just when I thought my chances of attending one of your workshops were very very very slim, just because I live in The Netherlands, I read this great news. Nieuwegein, here I come! :-)

  5. Hi Scott disappointed you will not be attending GPP 2010 in Dubai hopefully we will get you back over here some time this year.

    Steve

  6. Scott, I’m shooting for the Atlanta May 28th stop. Hey, bring us some Netherland photos of the event there.

  7. Scott,
    I have a question for you on another subject and did not know how to get it to you other than this.

    Do you or your folks have any thoughts on using the Apple IPad as an input source something like a wacom Cinq? is anyone working on or thinking about this?

    It might be a great alternative – I am not an Apple guy but this might just do it for me if it worked.

    Thanks for your feedback

    Mike Straley

  8. Seems you already made a couple of Dutchmen really happy and excited ;-)

    Hope to see you in Nieuwegein (did you already start practicing your pronunciation of that word?)

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