On Monday I brought the 5-part series I started here on the blog called “Come with me on a journey about your photography” in for a landing, with a live-webcast that brought the whole thing together.
The response was awesome — thousands of photographers watched it live, and thousands more have watched the replay since. I’m posting here for you in case you missed it so you can use it as weekend project (or what the heck, a during the week while we’re stuck indoors project). There are lots of things for you to do, so it will take a bit of doing, but when you get through it, you’ll be astonished what you’ll have learned about you, your own photography, and how to start taking the type of images you really want to be making.
Above: Don’t the fact that it looks like I’m about to sneeze in the thumbnail above deter you, it’s a relatively germ-free experience.
Hope you found that helpful, and that it keeps you busy, keeps you from getting bored this weekend, and helps move you forward for when this awful virus is behind us.
P.S. On Tuesday, I’ll be doing another free “open to everybody” webcast, and this one is a “Follow Along Live” webcast on an introduction to Photoshop compositing for landscape and portrait photographers. 11:00 AM ET, Tuesday, at http://kelbyonelive.com/webcast