It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

The Business Side of Tamara Lackey
Mia McCormick catches up with Tamara Lackey on location for an inspiring conversation about Tamara's journey to becoming a successful portrait photographer. Their conversation begins with a look back at how Tamara got started in photography and we quickly gain some insight into how she turned that passion into a sustainable business. Over the course of an hour Tamara shares her thoughts and experiences on everything from the choices she made early on to develop foundational principles that continue to guide her business decisions into the future, to the importance of developing a work-life balance that keeps you excited about getting up and facing the world each day.

Leave a comment for your chance to watch this class for free!

KelbyOne Creative Cloud Learning Center
Adobe announced 14 new versions of Creative Cloud desktop applications, including Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Adobe Dreamweaver CC, and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This release also includes new mobile apps to improve connectivity, as well as a new Creative Cloud Photography plan. To dive in and begin learning all the new features immediately, KelbyOne created the Creative Cloud Learning Center. Anyone can access these comprehensive tutorials at

KelbyOne Live
Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, Joe McNally, or Corey Barker? Check out these seminar tours!

Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby
Aug 26 - St. Louis, MO
Aug 28 - Kansas City, MO

One Flash, Two Flash with Joe McNally
June 19 - San Jose, CA (Today!)
June 27 - Seattle, WA
July 24 - Milwaukee, WI
July 28 - Boston, MA

Photoshop Down & Dirty Master FX with Corey Barker
June 25 - New Orleans, LA
Aug 1 - Miami, FL
Aug 13 - Austin, TX

You can check out the full schedule for seminars through August, and we'll be updating it with more dates soon! Leave a comment for your chance to win a ticket to one of these events!

In-Depth Workshops with Frank Doorhof
As mentioned a few weeks ago, Frank Doorhof will be hosting a workshop in New York City August 29-31 at a great location that will combine studio work, shooting with natural light, working with models, and post processing. But now the price of the workshop is just $1250 for three days of great instruction and experience!

The group is limited so there is a lot of time for personal attention. This will be a learning frenzy with loads of tips and tricks on lighting, coaching the models, getting the right expression, natural light, strobes, mixing light sources, telling a story, building a brand, retouching and much much more.

If you want more info or to register, click here to book your ticket for the workshop you don't want to miss!

Frank will also be hosting two-day workshop in the Netherlands August 1-2 where he'll cover topics that you struggle with most, portfolio reviews, shooting on location with natural light and strobes, and retouching techniques. For more info on that workshop, click right here!

Leave a comment for your chance to win a copy of Frank's book, Mastering The Model Shoot!

Last Week’s Winners
KelbyOne Class Rental
– dan

KelbyOne Live Ticket
– Cody Ash

If you're one of the lucky winners, we'll be in touch soon. Have a great Thursday!

  1. Hey Scott!
    I feel like it’s been forever. I was all excited to come see you again but I don’t see any canadian dates on that schedule. What’s up with that?
    Hope to see you, RC, Matt and the rest of the Kelby crew in the great north again soon!

  2. Would love a shot at winning Frank’s book. Goals this year, KelbyOne Subscription, Adobe Photography CC subscription and figure out what that weird on/off switch on my camera does. Not sure what I should do first??

  3. Hi Brad,

    This is just to say thank you for I am the winner of last week’s draw (I got the email). I am excited to experience KelbyOne, after work today.

    Thank you so much.

  4. Tamara Lackey or Frank Doorhof, decisions decisions! Wish I lived near a big city to make the live seminar’s an option. Need to get KelbyOne this year.

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