Wednesday, July 30, 2014

$50 Off KelbyOne & $100 Off Photoshop World Discounts (Updated: July 31, 2014)

Yes, after a 6 month delay, my discount offer for KelbyOne is finally here! See the bottom of this article for a special offer for ronmartblog.com readers that gives you the best training on the web for 10% off anything at KelbyOne.com (including monthly and annual memberships).

Behind the Scenes Video/Review of KelbyOne

Were you ever curious what is behind the scenes for KelbyOne? I once did too, so I recorded this walk through of what you can expect after you sign up for your membership:


Click here to see a video walkthrough of what you can expect after you get a membership.

As you can see there’s tons of great videos on photography composition/techniques, photo editing, advanced techniques and more. I’d go blind if I tried to watch it all, but I wish I could as there’s some great content up there right now.

Special Offer – Save 10% off any order at KelbyOne (or $50 off annual memberships until July 31st)

$50 Off Special until July 31st ONLY

Get $50 off an annual membership when you CLICK THIS LINK and use the coupon code RMKO50. KelbyOne.com assures me that this is the best cash offer on the web, so you can use this deal with confidence that you are getting the best deal available. This is a limited time offer that expires after July 31, 2014.

Regular ronmartblog.com 10% off offer

Get 10% off KelbyOne.com when you CLICK THIS LINK (required) and use the coupon code RMKO14. This is a special offer for ronmartblog.com readers with no expiration date.

THIS CODE AND OFFER MAY CHANGE in the future, so be sure to check my Discount Coupon Code page for the latest code and offer details details, or contact me if you have any problems.

Here’s a visual walkthrough of how to use the promo/redemption code:

Click either Sign Up Now option

You start by clicking here and choosing one of the Sign Up Now options at the bottom of the page as shown above (exact appearance may change over time). When you get to the cart as shown below, be sure to check the “I have a Promo/Redemption code” checkbox to see the place where you enter your code. Enter your code and BE SURE TO CLICK the  APPLY button. If you did it right, you’ll see your discount as shown below

Be sure to click the checkbox, enter the code and click APPLY

If this code does not work, please contact me.

Special Offer – Save $100 off Photoshop World

$100 Off Special until July 31st ONLY

CLICK HERE and use the coupon code RMPSW to save $100 off Photoshop World. This is a limited time offer that expires after July 31, 2014.

Regular ronmartblog.com $50 off offer

After July 31st, my normal deal will be as follows.

CLICK HERE and use the coupon code RMPSW414 to save $50 off Photoshop World:

Be sure to click the checkbox, enter the code and click APPLY
This offer is not limited to only the 2014 Las Vegas show, so try it out!
If this code does not work, please contact me

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Disclosure

I was provided a free membership to KelbyOne.com to evaluate the service for this article. I may also get a commission if you sign up using my special offers or use my links, so thanks for supporting this blog by using my special offers and links!

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14 comments:

Rob said...

Hi Ron,

I wanted to mention that from viewing many tutorial videos from various sources (Kelby, Lynda, Youtube, free/paid), Kelby is a much better experience. The videos they offer feel like a true professional production, not just a video capture of someone running through pre-set steps.

They really feel just like how Scott Kelby writes his books, very informal as someone is a friend teaching you the skills rather than you sitting in a classroom listening to a lecture. The pricing might be steep but honestly, most photography books are about $25~50 each, you get a much better value with hours of videos than a static book IMHO.

I just wish more video training sites would take after Kelby, especially IT certification videos.

Ron Martinsen said...

I agree which is why you see me recommending them instead of the others like you mention.

Thanks for the comment here (and on the 8-15mm article if you were the one who I accidentally deleted the comment for).

Value-wise, you just can't been KelbyTraining.com. My biggest "issue" is that I have a hard time finding time to watch all of the videos I want to watch, but when I do I'm glad I did.

I still like books for reference reasons, but the videos are great to give me the overview and get me oriented. After that books become more useful.


Ron

Chris Kirk said...

Potential customers should consider Lynda.com instead of the Kelby site. I subscribed to the Kelby site and have had a large number of logisitical problems. I have written customer service numerous times and not received any response on the specific issues. I have tested Lynda.com and have had a most positive experience in regard to its operation and to its quality content.

vagabbondante said...

Hi Ron,
thanks for your review and especially for the discount.
I watched tons of tutorials and videos on the web but I admit that the quality and the variety that kelbytraining.com offers is unbeaten.
I had the opportunity to attend a live training with Scott Kelby and, man, that was amazing!
The guy really knows his stuff and is very good at teaching.
Cheers from Germany,
Roberto

Ron Martinsen said...

Chris - Thanks for your feedback. I've forwarded your comment to KelbyTraining.com. I've had a couple quirks with bookmarking, but otherwise its worked okay for me. I also like their iphone app.

I will say that Lynda.com is another decent option, but I found the videos to be just too damn long for my busy schedule.

Roberto - Thanks for your comment - your experience mirrors mine

Yodize said...

Hi Ron,

I just tried to sign up for kelby training but it said your coupon code had expired. Is there a new one?

Thank you!

Matt

Ron Martinsen said...

Thanks for lettting me know. It shouldn't be expired, so I'll look into it.

You cna double check too that it wasn't an intermittent problem on their end.

These things happen sometimes though but I can usually sort them out and get things working again so please come back. I'll report via the comments here once I find out what's going on.

Ron Martinsen said...

The coupon code has been reactivated, so it will work now.

Thanks for the report! Email me if you don't mind for a special reward.

Devon Wedding Photographer Mark Smith said...

Hi Ron,

A great read and based on this and a 24 hour trial I signed up using your code so hopefully you got a little back and I certainly appreciate getting the $20 off.

Looking forward to really getting stuck into the training now and seeing my photography improve.

Just as a little note, I personally see this as really cheap training, to go on a one day course here in the UK will cost between £150 and £400 so for less than even the cheapest I've got a year and many many courses to watch over and over. Obviously there are some differences between being hands on and just watching, however, for inspiration before going out into the field, being able to watch something at a time that is convenient is great.

Thanks again!

Mark

Ron Martinsen said...

Mark,

There's really no better value in Photography - period. I can't get over how much great content there is at such a cheap price. Even if you were to buy DVD's of any of these instructors you'd probably pay more for a set than you'd pay for a year of Kelby Training.

I love it! I also love watching it on my iPhone when my wife is busy shopping! :-)

Devon Wedding Photographer Mark Smith said...

It's true, I didn't download the iPhone app yet, will have to do so pretty soon, but have watched it a lot on my HP Touchpad while in the gym, I just lay it over the controls of the exercise machine and plug my headphones in... fantastic, getting educated while getting fit!!

Donald B. Miller said...

If you haven't yet at least tried Kelby Training with their free 1 day membership DO IT NOW! Then use Ron's discount code and sign up! I did!
You won't find a better value anywhere for photography training!

Dan said...

This special $50 discount doesn't seem to work on renewals. I did not see this mentioned in the text.

Ron Martinsen said...

Dan,

My apologies, I wasn't aware of this restriction. The RMKO14 code should still work for 10% off our renewal.

I'll work on updating the blog tonight.

Thanks,
Ron