If You Missed my Travel Photography Webinar Yesterdayâ¦Here’s The Replay

We really had a wonderful time last night at my “Prague to Budapest” Travel Photography Webinar (hosted by RC, who was awesome!).

Photographers from all over the world had tuned in and we had lots of great questions, plus we had our partners jumping in left and right offering prizes for us to giveaway during the event (the free replay is posted above).

Here’s what we wound up giving away live last night during Webinar:

  • 2 Wacom Intuos Pro Medium Size Tablets
  • 2 $150 B&H Photo Gift Cards
  • 5 copies each of these books (courtesy of our friends at Peachpit Press): My “Photoshop for Lightroom Users” book; my “Lightroom 5 for Digital Photographers” book; RC’s “The HDR Book” and 5 copies of my “Photoshop for Digital Photographers” Book
  • The Complete Nik Collection of Photoshop/Lightroom plug-ins from Google
  • A Canon 50mm f/1.4 lens
  • A Canon Pixma Pro-1 Printer (this alone sells for $999)

Of course, we had to pay the bills, so we also had deals on KelbyOne and a bundle of Photoshop World Vegas with a 1-year KelbyOne membership. Besides all the prizes, we really had a lot of fun throughout (and lots of laughs) and the response from the thousands of comments, and flood of tweets, was just fantastic. I posted the entire Webinar above, and I hope you get a chance to watch soon.

Thanks to everybody who watched the live feed last night, and to all our partners who were so generous with their giveaways. Here’s wishing you a fantastic weekend and we’ll see you back here on Monday.




  1. Huge thanks to Scott & Mrs. K for allowing us to peek in on their vacation. Scott for setting this whole thing up, and KelbyOne – RC – Brad for getting us in on this piece last night. CANON WACOM – NIK – PeachPit Press for the outrageous give-a-ways.

    This reminded me of a the ‘Paris’ class on KelbyOne.com, which has been one of my absolute favorites to-date. Scott takes us through the entire day of shooting, followed by a quaint & quiet cafe scene where by he does all the post work in LR & Photoshop AND, (spoiler) making a book inside Lightroom ! Scott started out in desktop publishing and his roots certainly show when he starts making these books. It’s just pretty cool by any standard…

    If you are not a KelbyOne subscriber.. You should be, just for this class alone.

  2. I got to see almost an hour of it last night. Hoping to catch it all today on You Tube. Next time I do a tour, I’m definitely going on the slower-moving bus.

  3. Thanks for posting this, Scott! I’ll check it out this weekend. I missed the live feed due to work.

    Enjoy your weekend, and Happy Father’s Day!

    — John

  4. Another great webcast Scott. The thing I love the most about your travel webcasts is that, I love to travel and while I’m watching them, it feels like I’m there with you.

    By the way, I also do photo tours in my own country, Portugal. It’s not as glamours as Prague but we have a few nice things to see. The point is, if you ever decide to come to Portugal, it would be my enormous pleasure to show you around.


    Thanks a lot Scott and keep up the great work, you are an inspiration.

  5. Wish I could have watched this live for a shot at the incredible prizes. GREAT show. Maybe the best show you guys have ever done. Very well organized & presented (wish The Grid episodes were this tightly organized and presented).

  6. Scott, watched the video yesterday, informative and entertaining as always. Pity I missed it live, as there was certainly a great prize giveaway.
    Have to content myself, with the knowledge, that watching the video was prize enough :)

  7. Scott I just watched your Webinar. I can’t believe that you would go to Prague and Budapest, two beautiful cities, and take a shit lens with you. What are you thinking? It doesn’t matter what kind of camera you have because a cheap lens robs you of the picture that could have been.

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