Daily Archives November 23, 2017

Today in the US we celebrate Thanksgiving; a national holiday where we give thanks for the many blessings we enjoy (and I truly feel like the most blessed guy on earth).

Traditionally this is a day where families come together to eat a Thanksgiving turkey feast, and then we watch the Cowboys lose to drop to 5-6 on the season. It’s just about a perfect day.

Our offices are closed today for the holiday, but I’ll be back here tomorrow with some insane deals on all our stuff in honor of Black Friday — the biggest shopping day of the year.

In the meantime, please enjoy the stock image above (nothing brings the warmth, togetherness, and joy of Thanksgiving together like a stock image with a mini pumpkin).

In all seriousness, here’s wishing you and your family a joyous, happy, and yummy Thanksgiving.

All my best,

-Scott

P.S. Don’t tell anybody, but our Black Friday deals actually start today. Actually, please tell everybody you know! Here’s the link to our best deals of the year. :)

Unlocking The Power Of Aurora HDR 2018 with Trey Ratcliff
Join Trey Ratcliff as he teaches you how to get the most out of Aurora HDR 2018. Well known for his distinctive HDR style, Trey has been working with Aurora’s developers for several years, and knows the program inside and out. In this class, designed for beginners and beyond, you’ll become familiar with what’s possible in Aurora HDR as Trey processes photos that demonstrate its awesome capabilities for almost any situation. From processing a single raw photo to bracketed exposures, you’ll discover the power and simplicity for making beautiful images that match your own artistic style.

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Learn how to add Luminar to your Lightroom and Photoshop workflow! Join Scott Kelby as he introduces you to exactly how he uses Luminar. Macphun’s Luminar is a plugin for Lightroom and Photoshop, as well as being a standalone image editor, which means there are lot’s of ways you can add this tool to your existing workflow. You can think of Luminar as special effects plug-in that can be used for creating quick looks, finishing touches, or even serving as a substitute for Photoshop if you are a Lightroom-only user. In this class Scott shows you how to access Luminar, gets you oriented to its interface, and then shows you how he uses its filters, presets, and features to give his images that extra finishing touch through several start to finish projects.

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