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Good morning everybody! We are live-streaming the opening keynote from Adobe this morning, featuring Terry White and his keynote team from Adobe — it’s gonna rock!

It kicks off at 10:00 AM Pacific Time (Vegas time), or 1:00 PM East Coast time. You’ll super dig it.

Here’s the link to watch the live stream right here.

Please share that link with your friends, followers, social media audience, etc. They will dig it (and by proxy, you as well).

OK, it’s 1:38 am – I need to hit the sack – I’ve got my part of the keynote presentation tomorrow, and I have a book signing at the Peachpit Press official Photoshop World Bookstore; I’m teaching a class on travel photography; I’ve got some meetings with partners; I’ve got a sound check with my band, and then we play the PSW After Hours Party at night. Gonna be a full day, and a long night, and I’m gonna need that sleep.

Have an awesome day everybody! It’s Photoshop World time, Whoo hoo!! :)

-Scott

P.S. I’m totally psyched! It’s going to be an awesome day!

Hi Gang: I’ll be at Photoshop World this week (I am on my way there now), but here’s a quick update on what’s going on:

Some pics from Orlando Photoshop World earlier this year.

(1) We’ll be posting lots of photos here from the conference…

Starting tomorrow, (our pre-conference workshop day), we’ll be posting lots of photos from the conference (probably later in the day since those workshops don’t start until later in the day Vegas time). I hope you’ll check back to see the images from the event as it unfolds.

(2) We are Live-Streaming Adobe’s Opening Keynote from the conference.

I’ll post the details here and a link on Wednesday. Since our Keynote is on Wednesday, there’s no Guest Blogger this week. We’ll (well, Brad) will be posting lots of photos here, so make sure you come back on Wednesday either way.

(3) For up-to-the-minute coverage

make sure you follow either @KelbyOne or @Photoshopworld_ over on Twitter or on Instagram. If you’re out at the conference, we’d love it if you would add the hashtag #psw2019 to your tweets. :)

Above: The official trailer for my new full-day seminar

(4) This isn’t exactly Photoshop World related, but…

next week (right after Photoshop World), I’m headed to Boston and Philadelphia with my “Ultimate Photography Crash Course” full-day seminar. Hundreds of photographers are already signed up to join me for the day — hope you can, too. Go to KelbyOneLive.com for details and tickets (it’s only $99 for the full day, including a 150+ page workbook, and it’s 100% money-back guaranteed if it’s not the best photography seminar you’ve ever attended at any price period!).

Available in the Apple App Store or Google Play

(5) Get the Photoshop World app!

If you’re going to the conference, this is a must-have. It’s incredibly helpful; it has all the events, times, class schedules (you can make your own custom class schedule), and it’s just incredibly helpful. Available for iPhones or Android. The name of the app is PSW2019.

That’s it for now gang. If you’re going to Photoshop World, make sure you stop me and say “hi.” Have a great week everybody, and don’t forget to stop by here and catch some of the action. :)

-Scott

P.S. In just a few days now we’ve approved Photo Walks in over 500 locations around the world as part of my 12th annual Worldwide Photo Walk. More info (and to sign up join a walk – it’s free) go to worldwidephotowalk.com

Hi, everybody! I’m back from my trip to Belfast/The Faroe Islands/Iceland. Such a fantastic time, but I’m glad to be back home, and back to work. Lots of pics and stories to share soon, but holy cow I cannot believe it’s only NINE days until Photoshop World Las Vegas.

Here’s some important stuff if you’re going (or thinking of going – it’s not too late. Airfare’s are still cheap and even though our room block is 100% sold out, you can can still get some great rates at The Mirage, our home for the conference. Details, tickets and travel info at photoshop world.com)

If you’re coming early…

There are still a few spots left in some of the pre-conference workshops (these are optional workshops held the day before the conference. Some go on location or have live shoots for you to do, some are more classroom-based, some are both). These are really popular because they give you a chance to deep dive into a particular topic you’re interested in a smaller, more intimate setting. Here are three, I know you will love (but they are all first-rate workshops from top to bottom):

The Art of Photographic Storytelling, with Karen Hutton

Karen is a creative wizard and in this workshop, you’re going to learn a process of how to be creative on the spot. It’s about learning to be an artist, instead of a traffic cam. How to think like an artist. Create like an artist. Explore new ideas and unlock your creative side. It’s part classroom, part shooting, lots of self-discovery and learning. Karen is a joy. You will learn so much about photography that doesn’t have to do with settings or lenses. Details here.

Mastering the Model Shoot, with Frank Doorhof

People come to The Netherlands from all over the world to learn lighting, posing, and how to work with models from Frank. He’s the author of the bestselling book “Mastering the Model Shoot” and he’s one of the best lighting guys out there. I’ve learned a ton from Frank’s workshops, and you will too. This is a class where you’ll be working and shooting the models, too, so bring your camera for sure. Details here.

Master The Dramatic Portrait With Joel Grimes

Joel is one of the best lighting instructors in the world, and earlier this year I saw a glimpse of what Joel will be teaching in this class, and I was blown away. You’re going to learn portrait lighting and posing techniques that are change everything for you. Joel is one of the most fun, engaging, and passionate teachers and his ability to communicate his techniques and really make it stick are what make him so special. What an amazing opportunity for some lucky photographers. Details here.

That’s just three workshops, but there are still just a few spots left in some of the others (some workshops are already sold out, so lock down your spot right now). Details here.

Grab One Of The Last Few Party Tickets Now!

Cause I’m getting the band back together, and not only are we playing live at the attendee party the first night, but we’re also inviting some of our instructors up for an “Instructor Jam Session” (Wait ’till you hear Frank Doorhof shred on guitar!). It’s going to be a fun night of music, drinks, and dancing, but there are a limited number of tickets left, so grab yours right now while you still can. Tickets here.

I’ve got a lot to work to do before now and conference – lots to get ready for, but this is such a fun time. Can’t wait to see everybody in Vegas! Hope I see you there! Whoo hoo!

-Scott

P.S. The week after Photoshop World I’m up in Boston and Philly with my new “Ultimate Photography Crash Course” full-day seminar. Come on out and spend the day with me. It’s 100% money-back guaranteed if it’s not the best photography seminar you’ve ever been to, at any price, anywhere, period! Here’s the link with more details and tickets.

I finally got some downtime this weekend to work on my shots from my trip to Tokyo last week, and I shared some of my favorites at this link:

https://spark.adobe.com/page/M4znKiiuD5z8m/

Hope you’ve got a sec to check them out. I have the back story, a few behind-the-scenes shot, and lots of pics.

Here’s a $100 Off Code for Vegas Photoshop World (but it’s only good today)

Our Early-Bird $100-off special ended last night, but I’ve got a special code for $100 off, so you get the same deal, but it’s only good for today!

Check out this video below to get you hyped, then head over to this link right here for tickets to the biggest, baddest, most awesome Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom even on the planet! It’s next month — August 21-23, 2019 at the Mirage Hotel & Casino right in the heart of the Vegas strip.

For more info, the full conference schedule, and travel info, visit photoshopworld.com

OK, you’ve always wanted to go, and now it’s in Vegas, and you’ve got a special code — don’t miss it again — this is your chance. See you in Vegas!

Here’s wishing you a rockin’ week!

-Scott

Photoshop World is coming up soon, and with two events this year it’s set to be amazing! I’ve said of Photoshop World before: –

You should never underestimate the power of networking provided by Photoshop World, as well as the learning, inspiration, motivation, and everything else on offer! You never know who you might be talking to and everyone there is your friend.

Dave, last year

It’s because of the people at KelbyOne and Photoshop World that I have gotten where I am today. I started my journey as a travel photographer a few years ago and developed my skills as a writer and instructor as well, partly due to what I’ve learned and experienced at Photoshop world.  I’m proud to be a KelbyOne instructor, a writer for Photoshop User magazine, the editor of Layers Magazine, and the dude who writes for you every Tuesday for #TravelTuesday on ScottKelby.com.


Photoshop World is the best place in the industry to make and maintain connections, bar none. It’s funny because when you learn to write for editorial there are a whole bunch of rules, one of which is that when you want to emphasise something you put it in italics—you don’t make it bold and underline it, but I just can’t make this point strongly enough! 

Photoshop World is much, much more than a conference! Aside from the fact that you can attend a ton of classes on a range of tracks led by the cream of the crop from the creative industry. Here’s the real deal, let’s go!

First off, you know all those names you see on the KelbyOne Facebook Page? The members’ images shared on the KelbyOne Instagram feed? The names you hear mentioned when the comments are read out during The Grid? The names you see commenting on your Instagram posts because you’re both members of the KelbyOne community? You get to put faces to those names!

So, what else?! I mean, surely life-long friendships alone are a pretty good reason to look forward to the other side of Photoshop World, but what else?

The Partner Pavilion’s pretty sweet. You know that there’s a huge gathering of awesome creatives showing their wares there too, right? So, the likes of B&H Photo and Platypod Tripods are joined by so many other awesome companies that we all love right in one place, waiting to meet you too! That’s a pretty “mainstream” thing about Photoshop World though, and that’s not the point of this post. It’s meant to be the other things!

And then there are all the extra-curricular activities! There is a whole load of things going on in the evenings. When you hear about a party being announced or “tickets being released tomorrow morning” or anything like that, jump on it!

So, there’s all that, there’s the t-shirt toss, there’s the shipment of the biggest pile of Krispy Kreme donuts you’ve ever seen at Midnight Madness, and I feel like I’m laying down a sales pitch now, but there’s good reason for that—Photoshop World is the creative event of all creative events!

Kirk marsh, matt divine, mark Rodriguez, brad Moore, Gilmar smith, Scott Kelby, Dave Williams, jr Maddox, Larry Becker, Doug young, Kaylee Greer, dalton Hamm, group shot selfie at photoshop world conference east Orlando

Live events, in general, provide unique learning and career building opportunities that aren’t matched anywhere else. Taking a break from your day job, particularly when in our creative and ever-evolving industry, to sharpen your skills and pick up new tips and techniques will always make us more effective and efficient. Not only is it an opportunity to meet your business idols, making connections can lead to finding your next mentor and your chances of learning are greatly improved among an actively engaged and like-minded crowd. Hands-on demos and workshops afford an opportunity to ask the questions you want to ask. Breaking out of your comfort zone, albeit in comfortable surrounds, engages different parts of our minds and that’s exactly what we sometimes need to break out of old ways of thinking and step into new ones. There are just so many reasons to attend Photoshop World, which I have personally experienced and benefited from, that I could make this list last forever, but ultimately, if you want to improve yourself, invest in yourself at Photoshop World!

Much love

Dave

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