I’m teaching two FREE sessions on the Photo Plus Expo floor today in New York City:

(1) Studio Lighting: Behind the Scenes

When: 12:15 pm
Where: Manfrotto Distribution’s booth/theater (they distribute Elinchrom lighting, Lastolite modifiers, Gitzo, Kata, and more).

(2) Portrait Retouching Secrets

When: 3:30 pm
Where: Wacom’s booth/theater

Hope to see you later today (make sure you come up and say “hi”).

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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.

7 Comments

  1. Hi Scott,

    Man, I wish I had known about this expo a bit earlier…my fault, would love to come down (3hr drive from upstate NY where I am located right now). Looks like a great place and I would love to meet you to thank you for all that you have done for us (my son and I who live in Russia and are now in NY for a short time)! So, not in person, but thank you again Scott for all that you do and for all of your time and energy that you give to others!

  2. I’ll be there, just about to jump on the bus into the city now. See ya soon, Scott.

  3. How about a FREE class in Florida, you know a little closer to home!

  4. If only I lived anywhere near NY I would be there!!

  5. Scott, It was great seeing you and the team today. I really enjoyed both of your presentations (especially the Wacom one, very funny and informative). Thank you for all of the work you’ve put into sharing your knowledge and experiences with us. I have gained a lot from reading your books, watching your videos, reading your blog, being a NAPP member and seeing you live. Keep up the good work and again Thank You so much.

  6. I just found out about this event! Otherwise I would have come up from Baltimore to take part! Oh well, maybe next time. I really enjoy reading your posts, Scott! They are very helpful to a beginner photographer.

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