I’ve talked to a lot of photographers through the years who wish they could go to a photo conference. I, of course, realize that budgeting for a trip and getting time off work can be hard, but let me tell you it’s worth it.
Return on investment
Why should you go to a conference? Simply put to take your skills to the next level. I’m all for online learning and books. But face to face learning is the most effective. Especially when you combine it with the chance to truly interact with the content.
Hands down, the biggest bang for the buck for photography has been Photoshop World. I love the diversity of classes and the quality of instructors. Scott Kelby who runs the event once told me that he only picks those teachers who are willing to give generously of their time and truly care about students.
I agree with him fully and I am proud as heck that both Vanelli and Rob Sylvan from the Photofocus team will be speaking. They are two of the best instructors I know and incredibly generous human beings who love photography
If you’ve been thinking about Photoshop World, the time is now.
- If you register by April 28, 2019, the conference is $100 off.
- Plus you get a KelbyOne Plus Annual Membership which includes great magazines and videos.
If you’ve never been to Photoshop World, now’s the time. It’s more than just Photoshop and Lightroom, it’s all things photography with the editing skills too! I hope to see you there.
Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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