Travel Photography Tips with Serge Ramelli

Our buddy, French photographer and Photoshop guru Serge Ramelli was our in-studio guest this week on “The Grid” (our weekly photography talk show) and he shared seem really helpful tips — here’s the episode (above) if you’re into travel (plus, he shared some tips on the business side in response to some of our viewers live questions — definitely worth checking out).

Hope you all have a great weekend, and we’ll see you back here on Monday. :)



  1. Thanks for posting this, Scott. I got on the live feed really late Wednesday, so I missed a lot. Serge was a great guest from what I saw. Is he doing a class for KelbyOne?
    Have an awesome weekend! PSW is coming up really fast! :-)

  2. Hi Scott!
    Im writing this here but it is really a question to you rather than a comment to the post.
    I am currently walking from Stockholm to Sydney and have just finished the European part of the journey.
    I intend to continue west and the second part will be a walk across the USA, from the atlantic ocean to the pacific. On monday the 24th, I will fly to Fort Lauderdale to start the American part of my adventure.
    My question is: would it be possible for me to visit you and the rest of the Kelby training team in Tampa? I would love to do that if it is at all possible!
    For more information about the-walk, check out the blog:


      1. That’s really great!
        Just landed in Florida and will get back to you as soon as I have some idea of when I will reach Tampa.
        By the way, what is the correct address?




      2. Hi Scott!
        I have just arrived in Bradenton and hope to cross the Skyway bridge tomorrow (sunday). I was wondering if it would be possible to visit either on monday or tuesday (14th or 15th April)? Really looking forward to ! :)

  3. Photography shouldn’t be about spending thousands of dollars on education and gear… it should be about fun, expression, and capturing your imagination. Never stop photographing. It is very likely that your best photograph has not yet been captured.

    Robert@Digital signatures

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