It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

A Walk In Paris
If you missed the webcast with Scott Kelby, Matt Kloskowski, and RC Concepcion the other night, it’s now available “on demand!”  Join them as they discuss the Worldwide Photo Walk and Scott’s photo walk in Montmarte, Paris, as well as some post processing tips from Scott. You can watch it above, or head over to YouTube and see it there.

Kelby Training Live
Photoshop CS6 for Photographers with Scott Kelby
10/29 - Washington, DC
11/7 – Boston, MA

One Light, Two Light with Joe McNally
11/2 - Philadelphia, PA
11/5 - Tampa, FL

Lightroom 4 Live with Matt Kloskowski
11/26 – Toronto, ON

Leave a comment for your chance to win a ticket to one of these seminars!

Kelby Training Sales
Don’t forget, you can still get 15% off all books and DVDs at the Kelby Training Store! All you have to do is use the promo code 15KTB for books or 15KTD for DVDs when you check out. And if you're buying a book/DVD bundle, either code will work.

Plus, our apps are still on sale! For a limited time, you can grab Kelby Training Apps for 50% off. That's a full class from one of your favorite instructors for just $4.99!

Leave a comment for your chance to win a free book and DVD.

Kelby Training Book/DVD
– Martin

Lightroom 4 Crash Course App
– Laura Fowler
– Sage Green

Photoshop CS6 Crash Course App
– Bull Munder
– Joel Schilling

Photoshop CS6 for Photographers Seminar
– Jose Valcarcel

Food Photography & Lighting by Teri Campbell
– Kevin Fishel

Secrets of Great Portrait Photography by Brian Smith
– Howard Jackman

  1. Books and DVD’s are cool, but I’d REALLY like to discuss purchasing the Walk In Paris cover photo to print for our bedroom feature wall. We’ve been looking for a shot of Paris for so long and haven’t found anything suitable. That is, until we saw Scott’s photo!
    Could someone please let me know who and how to contact someone about this?

  2. Scott, I have just watched the rebroadcast of the Walk in Paris and thank you for that, much appreciated since I go there from time to time. But, you mentioned one thing that I have thought about for years, a photo fixer. So, where the heck do you find them? :-)
    I’ll be in Venice, Milan, Chicago and Paris later this year so any tips is much appreciated!

  3. Hi, I’m taking a Business of Photography at Gateway Technical Institute in Racine Wisconsin. If you have a free Tuesday, stop by sometime between 5:50 and 7:50, just kidding. We all had to do an interview with a professional photographer, but mine fell through, so as an option I’m doing a presentation about you. I’m using an interview you did several years ago with Ron Martinsen. I chose you because I do a lot of work in Photoshop and appreciate the way you write about it, and so many other useful programs. I plan on ordering Lightroom soon.
    I am 62 and plan on retiring soon from my job as a Technical Illustrator, then starting my own photography business. Actually, I’ve already started it part-time, have a wedding this Saturday to shoot. I like weddings since you have to be on your toes every second. I was blessed with artistic skill so photography and editing of the photos come to me quite easily.
    Time to finish my report on Scott Kelby.
    Oh yeah, if ya got any prizes laying around…

  4. Hi,

    may I ask please how the people are called that have good knowledge about the places where to take special photos? “Photofixers”? How do you find one for a specific location?

    Great and impressive show with a lot of useful tips!

    Thanks a lot!

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