Sorry for the late post this morning — I’m behind on….well….pretty much everything. LOL!! :)

So, last week we started something new for us over at KelbyTraining.com — each week we’re broadcasting one of online classes from Kelby Training Online for free, all-day long, continuously for free. Last week we aired my Travel Photography Class (filmed on location in Paris, France), and this week, we’re airing PART TWO, which is where I do all the post-procesing of the shots taken in Part One using Lightroom and Photoshop, and I go through my entire workflow.

Each week, we’ll be continuously airing a different class, because we’re betting you're going to watch a couple of classes and you'll learn so much that you'll totally want access to the rest of our more than 300 online photography classes (it's only $199 a year for unlimited access or $24.95 a month). I hope you’ll jump over and check out Part Two of my class right here. Here’s the link. 

OK, I’m off to Detroit & Dallas for my seminars this week. If you read this blog, I hope you’ll stop me and say “hi.” I always get a kick out of meeting my readers in person. Cheers everybody to a great Tuesday!

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; KelbyOne.com CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.

8 Comments

  1. Hi Scott, I think that giving us an idea of what to expect from KelbyTraining.com is a great idea. I was a member awhile back but let my membership run out because I watched all the videos in which I was interested. Now that some time has passed, perhaps I’d be interested in some of the newer content. Do you have plans to share any of the more recent classes with us here? Thanks.

  2. Love this feature Scott, thanks. Talking of travel, I know you like London, so next time you are here try to get a “good light” opportunity to shoot London from “The Shard”… tallest building in Europe, beautiful platform, so far I’ve even known people be able to set up tripods (check that first!). Check out The Shard for a different photo opportunity… it is crazy high, maybe too high, but I’m sure 500px will give you some idea of what to expect. Bless you.

  3. So what happened to the Photoshop/Cloud thing for $9.99

  4. Thank goodness, been up all night waiting. :)

  5. Hi Scott don’t want to change subjects, but on this new cloud for photographers. I bought a creative suite design edition when I was in school. It included cs5 PS , DW, AI, In Design, flash and other adobe software, which we needed to have for school. I’m told now I’m not eligible for the 9.99 when I have spent hundreds of dollars on adobe products.including LR4..That was just 2 years ago.. Maybe you can be a voice for us students when we have purchased adobe products and now that we are out of school, we have to spend hundreds of dollars again to get all the new adobe products.. I want to purchase the cloud for photographers but we are not allowed..Any help in this matter would be greatly appreciated…

  6. Hi Scott. Is the free streaming zone specific? I’ve been trying but it never works for me here in Sydney.

  7. Hi Scott, when you led the shoot like a pro tour here in Michigan, which I attended. You mentioned during your talk about how you used ps to eliminate people from a pano, it had nothing to do with cloning, etc. You shot a series of overlapping images, put them into ps and somehow it stitched all of the images without people….can you let me know what that process was? Thank you Walt

  8. Walt • 17 hours ago −
    Hi Scott, when you led the shoot like a pro tour here in Michigan, which I attended. You mentioned during your talk about how you used ps to eliminate people from a pano, it had nothing to do with cloning, etc. You shot a series of overlapping images, put them into ps and somehow it stitched all of the images without people….can you let me know what that process was? Thank you Walt

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