SPECIAL: "Shoot Like a Pro" Tour w Scott Kelby

KelbyTraining Live presents

The Shoot Like a Pro Tour

with Scott Kelby

Got your ticket yet?  Yes, I'm a BIG Scott Kelby fan, and I'll be thereEven if I didn't think I'd learn anything, I'd probably go anyway. So, I've had my ticket for a good while and got a flyer in the mail today, which is what prompted me to go ahead and put this on the web in the event you weren't aware of this upcoming event.  It says to register by August 7 and save $10.  Use Pomo Code KTL10.

To register, visit KelbyTrainingLive.com   or, call[masked]-7323.

Agenda for the Day

9:00 am - Registration

10 - 11 am  - Work Your Camera's Settings Like a Pro

11:15 am - 12:15 pm -  Shoot Travel & Landscape Like a Pro

12:15 - 1:15 pm  - Lunch Break

1:15 - 2:30 pm  - Create Portraits Like a Pro (And, How to Finally "GET" Hot Shoe Flash)

2:45 - 3:45 pm - How to Make Better Photos

4 - 5 pm - Photo Recipes:  From Start To Finish

Along with the program, you get a detailed workbook, an issue of Photoshop User, and a special bonus:  Free 16x20' print from MPIIX and Perfect Effects 4 from onOne Software.  (but to get the bonuses, you must select it during the online checkout).

PLUS, if this is like those I've attended before, they have all kinds of books, DVDs/CDs at special prices during breaks.

Hope to see you there!






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  • Carol T

    I met several folks who are interested in joining our club (so, great networking). I talked in great length to the B&H rep; and got a front center seat!!! I found Scott extremely funny and brought out a lighter side to photography...made it fun and not so overly technical. He talked about all the rules and expectations associated, all the various equipment, different types cameras, lens, filters, screens, etc. ...but in the end...a great picture is a GREAT picture, regardless. (Regardless of your experience, your age or gender, your camera, your lens, your type or expense of equipment...anything, whether you followed the rules or not...maybe broke them all!)

    And...we all go "...ahhhhh, how did you do that? Tell me your secret!"

    1 · August 23, 2013

  • Mike R.

    Very interesting. Scott is an enthusiastic and knowledgeable presenter. I picked up some great tips.

    August 22, 2013

  • Don B.

    I do not plan to bring my camera. There will be 400 plus people at the seminar and the Participants will not be asked to take pictures. No need to take notes you will receive a detailed work book based on the other 4 seminars I attended.

    August 18, 2013

  • Carol T

    When I went last year, I didn't take mine; and I don't recall anyone else having theirs with them. He will more than likely be on stage (a big stage) and there will be hundreds of photographers there listening and taking notes. They usually have some type workbook for you to reference. Not sure if all this will be available or like this, but this is what I'm anticipating

    August 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Does anyone know if we should bring our camera to this or is it just a "take notes" type of seminar?

    August 17, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm in. I'll be there. Can't wait.

    July 19, 2013

  • Mike R.

    I'm really looking forward to this. I have done other seminars in the (distant) past. There are always new ways of looking at things, new techniques, and new people to meet. I'm excited!

    July 17, 2013

  • Lester B.

    Looking forward to this event! See you there.

    July 17, 2013

  • Carol T

    That will probably be a question a lot of skilled photographers will be asking. I hear that same type question whenever I attend a seminar re my 9-5 job. I've been in this business I'm in for mega-years and been going to school (college) most of my life. So, I feel I'm pretty darn skilled at my job and have heard almost everything they have to say unless it has to do with new technology; but every time I attend, I pickup something I didn't know...or maybe a shortcut, a different twist to doing something. Plus, to me, the networking is invaluable. I love networking, where I feel I learn just as much or more, than from the featured speaker. So, this is a question only you can answer.

    For me, I'm not experienced in photography. I'm just a fraction past the newbie stage; ...so I want to go and absorb all I can. All this type thing excites me too. I equate it to going to a football game or big sporting event.

    I'm taking vacation to attend; better than lying on a beach someplace.

    July 17, 2013

  • Terry P.

    Think its worth it if I'm already fairly experienced? Only work part time so moneys kinda tight.

    July 17, 2013

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