It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

The Art of Digital Photography: The Inspirational Series with Greg Heisler
Join Mia McCormick and Gregory Heisler as they sit down to discuss Greg's award-winning career as a portraitist. Greg is known the world over for his evocative portraits of some of the most well known leaders in government, business, the arts, and more. Spend an hour hearing inspiring stories of how Greg got started in photography, and some of the many lessons he has learned along the way. From the importance of having a unique vision that transcends technique to the willingness to take chances when everything is on the line, Greg and Mia discuss key moments in Greg's experience as a portrait photographer that will surely give you a new appreciation for his thoughtful approach to his work.

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Creating Websites with Lightroom and the SmugMug Plug-In
SmugMug is known as one of the industry's best looking and easiest ways to show off, sell, and print your photos online. In this class, Matt Kloskowski walks you through setting up and using the SmugMug Lightroom plug-in to get your galleries online.

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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
July 24 - Milwaukee, WI
July 28 - Boston, MA

Photoshop Down & Dirty Master FX with Corey Barker
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!

Lost Photos from Macphun
Ever wanted to find photos that you know are buried deep in your email but have no idea where to find them?

Lost Photos is a handy Mac app that securely scans your email account for every photo you've ever sent or received and then displays them for you in a convenient browser.  All photos are downloaded to your computer, making it ultra-fast to view them, archive them to permanent storage, edit them and even share them again.

Install Lost Photos for FREE to access the first 100 photos from your email account(s), then upgrade for a couple of bucks to get an unlimited number of photos.

Leave a comment for your chance to win a free canvas print of one of your photos that Lost Photos uncovers for you!

Last Week’s Winners
KelbyOne Class Rental
– Thor Doc

KelbyOne Live Ticket
– Jose G

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

  1. Scott, my two passions in photography are people and landscapes. I’ve never been a “street photographer” but rather an informal portrait guy. I’d love a copy of Greg’s book.

  2. This probablyly isn’t the best place to post this, but the Sports blog doesn’t seem too active and I thought you would like to see some remarkable photos of women rugby players
    from a photo project by the Harvard Radcliffe Rugby Football Club
    The photos and the Harvard Political
    Review article
    have received a lot of attention for political and social reasons (including
    the use of Photoshop to ‘enhance’ female models) but little attention has been
    paid to the remarkable photographs themselves. Take a look

  3. how Ironic that today I was checking out Gregory Heisler’s work and web site and thinking I need to learn more about him.. please pick me for that… but then I could also win a Matty K smug mug tutorial? Argh I can’t decide!!! EITHER (as both would be asking way to much!!!)

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