It seems like it was just a few days ago that I was down in Tampa recording my training videos for Kelby Training and here they are, ready for you to watch. Wait, it was just a few days ago. It’s really amazing how fast the video professionals at Kelby Training can now get a video edited and up for you to enjoy. Part of it goes in to how they actually shoot the sessions. Edits actually happen live while the recording is going on so all the separate camera angles are combined while the cameras are rolling, which means there is a lot less editing on the back-end while still maintaining an absolutely professional product.
I recorded two classes while I was there, which include one for the Canon Eos Rebel T2i/550D and another for the new Canon 60D. I had the pleasure of having Scott Kelby as my co-host for the 60D class while Matt Kloskowski sat in for the T2i session. Their job was too act as the advocate for the person watching; asking questions that you might want to know as I discussed the inner and outer workings of the cameras. I didn’t cover every single feature of the cameras but I did try and hit all of the main features and menus that you would probably encounter in your day-to-day shooting.
If you own one of these great cameras or perhaps are pondering a purchase, I hope you will give them a watch and hopefully pick up some things that you might not have known. And I wasn’t the only one making videos last week. My friend Annie Cahill from Nikon Professional did a couple of classes on the new Nikon D3100 and D7000. I watched a little of her D7000 video last night and already picked up some good info on my new D7000.
So here’s the one little catch, these training videos are only available to watch on Kelby Training (along with tons of other classes on photography and software from the best trainers in the industry). Yearly subscriptions are available for $199 or $24.95 monthly. Be sure to head on over to the Kelby Training website for all the details.