As an evangelist for NAPP, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals, I get to offer you an awesome sign-up bonus with your membership: a $10 discount and Scott Kelby’s new Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes, Part 2: Lighting Techniques DVD/book combo.
When the first book came out, Photo Recipes Live: Behind the Scenes: Your Guide to Today’s Most Popular Lighting Techniques, I asked for it as my sign-on bonus. I’m happy to be able to offer you the new volume now.
Here’s the scoop:
Scott Kelby, author of the best-selling The Digital Photography Book, once again brings to life his “Photo Recipes” chapter—not just from this book, but from his smash best-selling follow-ups, volumes 2 and 3. In this two-hour video and companion booklet, Scott shows you exactly how it’s all done, from scratch, without holding anything back.
If you’ve ever wondered how the pros use natural light, studio light, and even direct daylight to get those amazing shots, you’ll see it all here, live, as it happens. For this follow-up to the incredibly popular first volume of Photo Recipes Live, Scott heads to Miami—both on location and in the studio—to re-create the looks he describes in the book, along with some bonus lighting set-ups that aren’t in the book.
Everything is put together from scratch (from studio shots to location shots), all while the cameras are rolling— you see it all from the very beginning so you’ll be able to re-create those same looks without spending thousands on expensive high-end equipment.
Best of all, Scott explains everything in simple, plain English, just like he’d tell a friend, using the same casual, conversational style that made his series of books a worldwide sensation. If you’ve ever wondered “how they do it,” you’re about to find out in this amazing DVD/book combo that shows how easy this all can be—once you know the secrets.
What a great time to join NAPP—just enter DAWN as your promo code.
[I wrote recently about attending Photoshop World in Orlando this week. I’ve made the decision to reschedule and attend the conference in Las Vegas in September instead. I’ll miss my NAPP buddies this week!]