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Location Lighting with the Elinchrom ELB 400 with Scott Kelby
Take your studio lighting game on location! Join Scott Kelby for an action packed class on how to use the Elinchrom ELB 400 in a variety of locations. From a local golf course to the Nevada desert to a wedding venue, Scott shows you all kinds of ways to leverage the portability and power of the ELB 400 to unleash your creativity. Scott starts off by introducing the kit he uses on location, explaining the various components, and showing you how they work together. From there it is location, location, location, as Scott demonstrates how this kit works by putting it through its paces indoors and out. At the end of the class Scott shows you three very cool special effects modes this kit can do that are a lot fun to see in action. All along the way Scott digs deep and shares lighting tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your time and get the best results possible.

Whether you have this lighting system or not, you’ll gain insights into Scott’s methods of working on-location and lighting techniques. This class will be available to KelbyOne members later today, so keep an eye out for it. You can also leave a comment for your chance to win a 1-month KelbyOne membership so you can watch for free!

Last Week’s Winner
1-Month KelbyOne Membership
– Gene Tewksbury

If that’s you, we’ll be in touch soon. Have a great Thursday!

  1. I’d love to check out this class! I rented an Elinchrom Quadra Ranger a few years back and had a blast with it. I’d love to see how the new units perform.

  2. Thank you, your book” The Digital Photography Book” was what I needed to help make the transition from film to digital. After almost 30 years of shooting with my Nikon FE2, it’s time to make the change . Your book was insightful and interesting. I look forward to reading your other books in the series. It’s time to start putting you instruction in action.

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