with Trey Ratcliff
Through HDR photography Trey Ratcliff documents his travels to some of the most exotic places around the world. Trey started out when he discovered “this strange world of HDR Photography” and became “obsessed” with it. He created the site stuckincustoms.com and made it his goal to take and share one photo per day, along with his stories and free tutorials. Today he shares his photos with a social media audience of 16 million followers and has been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox and the BBC. He’s also the first photographer to have an HDR photo hung in the Smithsonian. Now in an in-depth interview with Kalebra Kelby learn the personal side of Trey Ratcliff. Trey shares everything from his philosophy on life, his life with his family in New Zealand, what inspires him and what experiences have shaped him most.
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with Dave Black
Join Dave Black as he draws on his 38 years of experience photographing sports action all over the world to teach you about the specific gear you’ll want to use for each sport. From the big games like football and soccer to the individual sports like golf and gymnastics, Dave has covered it all. With each sport, Dave not only explains the gear he uses, but shares his advice on how to best use that equipment. Dave starts out the class with a look at the settings he uses to optimize capturing sports and action, and then takes you through each sport one-by-one.
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with Tim Wallace
Take your photography business to the next level! Join Tim Wallace as he starts you on your own journey toward the next level of success in your business. This is part one of a two part class, where Tim draws from the lessons he’s learned through his own failures and triumphs, to help you understand business better. There is no secret password to success, but it all starts with the choices you make. If you’re willing to be brave, to move beyond your comfort zone, to focus and set goals, then you have the opportunity to change your life. Stay tuned for part two of this class.
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with Serge Ramelli
Lightroom presets are powerful tools for supercharging your workflow! Join Serge Ramelli as he demonstrates the steps he uses to create a variety of different presets that make photos look great in a single click. In this class you’ll learn how to make your own custom presets, how to apply them to different photos, how to create variations of your favorite presets, how to import presets you’ve downloaded, and much more. Develop presets are the fastest way to creating consistent looks across sets of photos, and once you start using them they can really change your Lightroom life.
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with Dave Black
You may know Dave Black for his 30 plus years of award winning sports photography in such publications as Sports Illustrated, Time, Newsweek and the award winning TV show Sports Century on ESPN. Dave has covered everything from the NFL, NASCAR, The Masters to 12 Olympic Games. He has one of the most inspiring stories to tell and that’s exactly what he did when he sat down with Kalebra Kelby for his personal side interview. Hear from Dave about his early athletic pursuits as a gymnast and what lead him into sports photography and beyond. Dave has a wealth of wit, wisdom and insight that he shares, along with what inspires and drives him as he continues to pursue his passion for photography.
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with Scott Kelby
Get up to speed on Photoshop CC 2018! Join Scott Kelby as he goes through all of the new features added to this latest release. There’s something here for everybody. There are new features in Camera Raw, new ways to quickly share to social media, new ways to organize your brushes, improvements to the Pen Tool, cool technology previews, performance enhancements, and a whole lot more!
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with Tim Wallace
Join Tim Wallace as he takes you through his entire process, from planning through completing the final composite, of photographing an airplane for a commercial project. In this class you’ll learn how Tim approaches the job, the planning that goes into each element of the final image, what factors you need to keep in mind when shooting, and how Tim pulls it all together in post processing. Through each step in the process, Tim shares tips and techniques he’s learned and developed from years of shooting similar commercial transport projects all over the world.
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with Scott Kelby
Learn how to critique your own photos! Join Scott Kelby as he shares with you his tools for evaluating photographs across a wide variety of genres. These tools, in the form of downloadable checklists, are only meant to be guidelines to help you learn. They are not laws you must follow. This class was born from Scott’s experience hosting blind photo critiques on the Grid, where he discovered that many submitted photos suffer from a range of technical issues that every photographer should be trying to avoid. This class is all about gaining a strong foundation in understanding the technical problems we all encounter, whether you are shooting landscapes, portraits, sports, travel, or in the studio, and how to use that information to evaluate the photos you plan to share with the world. Of course, it is not all about the technical. You need to have strong visual elements in your photos to evoke an emotional response in your viewers. By the end of this class you’ll have a new way to see your photos, and new tools to help you curate a portfolio of your strongest work.
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with Larry Becker
If a Canon 6D Mark II is in your future or already in your camera bag, then this class is for you! Join Larry Becker as he gets you up to speed on everything you need to know to get started on the right foot with the 6D Mark II. Larry focuses on getting you oriented to the layout of the camera, teaching you the quickest ways to do the tasks you’ll want to do, and how to customize the camera to suit your workflow. By the end of the class you’ll have a solid grasp of what this camera is capable of doing, and where to go to make any needed changes to this amazingly powerful camera.
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with Tim Wallace
You may know that Tim Wallace is famous for his high-end commercial car photography, aviation and aircraft work, and winning many industry awards such as UK Motor Industry Photographer of the year but how well do you know the personal side of Tim? In this in-depth interview, Kalebra Kelby sits down with Tim to talk about his life, family, and the keys to his success. From his early life struggles to his experiences while serving in the Royal Marine, Tim's stories will make you laugh, cry, and leave you more enlightened about the man behind the camera. We bet you'll walk away feeling inspired, motivated, and ready to live life to the fullest!
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with Dave Black
Join Dave Black and Scott Kelby on the field of a high school football game and learn how to shoot high school football like a pro. Building on their previous high school football class, Dave shares his tips on choosing the right gear, the camera settings you’ll want to use, and his process for deciding his field positioning for shooting the game. You’ve got to be patient, and you’ve got to be ready to photograph everything from the pre-game huddle to the game play to the interactions on the sidelines. Dave and Scott have a great rapport, and throughout the game Scott asks Dave questions to delve deeper, and even shares his own tips from shooting professional football. You’ve got a front row seat to watching Dave in action and learn how he approaches covering an entire game.
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with Moose Peterson
Join Moose Peterson as he dives deep into his workflow for cleaning and maintaining his cameras and lenses. Whether your camera is the tool that helps you earn your living, or helps you enjoy your hobby, keeping it clean and maintained is an essential skill to master. In this class Moose puts your fears to rest and shows you the tools he uses, while demonstrating how to get the job done safely. From packing your travel cleaning kit to staging the room for cleaning to getting right down to cleaning your sensor, Moose covers everything you need to know to keep your gear looking like new for years to come.