It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

Photography Tips & Tricks
The first episode of Photography Tips & Tricks is now online! It features Scott Kelby, RC Concepcion, and special guest Bill Fortney sharing tips on using Auto ISO, bracketing, and setting up a remote camera in places to which you don’t have access.

This is our brand new show for photographers, which replaces D-Town TV. Since D-Town started off as a Nikon show, the D in D-Town stood for the camera model numbers (D3100, D7000, D600, etc). But we decided to finally change things up and go with a name that was more obvious to everyone.

Plus, the show focuses on quick tips and a shorter overall length so you can get great info quickly and get back to shooting! You can subscribe on iTunes right here. Hope you all enjoy it!
Check out the latest class from world-renown wildlife photographer Moose Peterson, Beginning Outdoor Wildlife Photography! In this class, Moose gets back to the basics and shows you how to get started photographing wildlife… in your own back yard! Well, it’s actually Moose’s back yard in the class, but you get the picture ;-)

Moose explains camera gear, shooting techniques, knowing about the wildlife in your area, setting up your shooting area, and even using flash! You can check out this class, Shooting Fall Landscapes, and all of his other classes at And, leave a comment for your chance to win a 1-Month Subscription!

Kelby Training Live
Check out these dates for our upcoming Kelby Training Live seminars:

Lightroom 4 Live with Matt Kloskowski
10/10 – Orlando, FL
11/26 – Toronto,

One Light, Two Light with Joe McNally
10/12 – Lansing, MI
11/2 – Philadelphia, PA
11/5 – Tampa, FL

Photoshop CS6 for Photographers
10/17 – Minneapolis, MN (with RC Concepcion)
10/19 – Chicago, IL (with RC Concepcion)
10/29 – Washington, DC (with Scott Kelby)

Worldwide Photo Walk
We’re just over a week away from the Fifth Annual Scott Kelby Worldwide Photo Walk! There are over 1,300 walks taking place around the world with over 26,000 people signed up to be part of this exciting event. If you haven’t signed up yet, you can check to see if there is a walk happening in your area right here.

And if you want to help spread the word, you can download web banners to put on your blog (or wherever) right here!

High5 Workshop with Glyn Dewis & Calvin Hollywood
Glyn Dewis and Calvin Hollywood are teaming up to do a 5 day workshop just outside of Heidelburg, Germany January 26-30, 2013 called the High5 Workshop! They’ll be going through 2 days of studio and location shoots, retouching, marketing and networking. Knowing these two guys, not only will it be incredibly informative, but quite exciting as well!

Light Stories: Writings on Photography & Inspiration
Light Stories: Writings on Photography & Inspiration is a brand-new FREE eBook by Nicole S. Young featuring some of her most inspirational work on her blog, The eBook consists of ten articles posted over the past three years on inspiration, life and photography. This special eBook is Nicole's sixth book, and it's also her first published through Nicolesy, Inc. You can get more info on this book, and Nicole’s other books, at

Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Seminar
- Steven Suwatanapongched

One Light, Two Light Seminar
– Lenna Davis

That’s it for today. Have a great Thursday!

  1. Moose’s landscape class provided some good bits of info. His blog is a daily read for me along with this blog. Keep up the good work. Keep trying to stuff more info in my memory bank (but its getting tougher with old age!!)

  2. Free stuff Thursday and a new class from Moose. That’s a great start to my day. Of course, winning another month of Kelbytraining would be the icing on the cupcake (go watch the latest episode of “The Grid” for a cupcake moment) :)

  3. Whoa, I won? I was just at the seminar here in LA on 10/3 (yesterday)! I bought the ticket earlier knowing that I was going anyway. Great seminar by Scott Kelby, I learned a great deal, and the workbook is really great!

  4. Good stuff. I never knew the D in d-town meant that… Please let me win the free month at ! (or anything else, since my candidate is going to lose in November…)

    1. Verena, Kelby Training is the best anywhere with 1000’s of training classes. I’ve been a subscriber for years and can’t count how many times I’ve referred back to a Lightroom class or Joe McNally lighting technique! I couldn’t imagine not having it!

  5. Love to try Kelby Training. I’m doing some photography training on and finding it very useful. I’ve also been reading Moose Peterson’s blog for several months now and really like the guy! So hey, if I get picked to try some training — that would be fun! Thanks! (Also — just so you know — I enjoy your books. Yeah, I wouldn’t have written that if you hadn’t prompted me — tempted me really — with Free Stuff Thursday — but hey, you should know anyway…)

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