Post-Processing & Photo Editing Tips for Travel Photographers

Travel photographers will be interested in learning that Scott Kelby, well known photographer and Photoshop aficionado, has recently taught a post processing seminar which is available to watch in its entirety below. During the session, Kelby shares a few tips and tricks he has learned throughout his extensive history in taking and editing travel photography using Photoshop and Camera Raw software. The seminar is just over an hour long, but staying true to form, Kelby keeps things fun with his sense of humor and teaching style:

Kelby covers a wide variety of common travel photography mistakes and shows viewers how to tackle them in post. Besides learning how to remove tourists from photographs, more technical and artistic side notes are covered that can help inject a little creativity into otherwise flat photos.

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“In travel photography, because of the nature of it, it’s so much different than landscape photography. Landscapes are a very pre-prepared thing, we get up at dawn, set up our tripod, and all we have to hope is that we get good weather. In travel photography, you literally have no idea what’s around the next corner. You’re going to have to just deal with whatever situations, whatever lighting, camera shake, you’re going to have to deal with the whole thing.”

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2 responses to “Post-Processing & Photo Editing Tips for Travel Photographers”

  1. Ann says:

    This travel photo book, with the great music, is the most wonderful book I’ve ever seen. I really loved this video classroom and would like to know how to be able to see it again, in the future, say 6 months from now. If you post newer content, how can I revisit this particular session? Will it remain on this site, or archived somewhere else? Ann

  2. Jon says:

    Just one word…WOW!!!!!!!!!! I learned so much in this hour…thank you scott & B&H.

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