PROGRAMMING NOTE: Tonight at 8:00 PM ET I’m doing another of my now legendary live “Book Chats” and everybody’s invited. Tonight’s featured book is “The Flash Book” and I’ll be sharing tips from the book, answering your questions on Flash, we’ve got some cool giveaways, some killer deals on books, and some really stupid stuff I have planned. Go grab a glass of wine – a fresh can of Spray Cheese, and join me tonight at my Facebook page. OK, on to our Lightroom Q&A:
Whoo hoo!!! Here are just five of the short 60-second tips we release each Friday at KelbyOne featuring some of our awesome KelbyOne.com photography training instructors.
Bob Davis on “Wedding Details”
Dealing with long exposure Light Leaks (with Larry Becker)
Mark Heaps with a really cool color change trick in Photoshop
The always awesome “Moose Peterson” with a trip for catching that perfect prop spin in your aviation photos
And Troy Plotya with a tip on using Motion Art Overlays
If you follow KelbyOne on Facebook or Twitter, you’ll see another one of these tips every Friday, cause…well…it’s “Photo Tip Friday.”
Hey, if you’re not already a KelbyOne member, this might be a great weekend to give us a try. Head over to the site right now; check out my short video that describes what we’re all about, and then start learning right away. We’ll get you started with on a training track for whatever topic you’re interested in, from wedding photography to Photoshop, lighting to Lightroom, landscape to wildlife and everything in-between.
Here’s that link again, in case ya missed it. :)
Anyway, I’d super dig-it if you checked us out. I’m really proud of what we’ve put together for you, and we’ve got special pricing right now while we’re going through all this. Hope you’ll give it a look. Have a great weekend, everybody. Stay safe, and we’ll catch up next week. :)
P.S. If you live on the East Coast of the US or Canada, I’m doing a live-stream of my entire full-day “Ultimate Photography Crash Course” seminar next Tuesday, May 26th. I hope you can join me for the day. It’s just $99 for the full-day (including a 153 page workbook), and it’s 100% money-back guaranteed. Tickets and info right here.