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  • Monthly Archives May 2007

    Live, from a hotel in downtown St. Louis, Missouri, it's the Wednesday news update (insert theme music here). Hey, did I mention the whole USA Today thing? (Just kidding). Want some Photoshop tips? How about 101? Click this link to check out over 100 Photoshop tips in an online article by Gary Logsdon. Lots of nice tips there. The Web site LensCulture.com had a post about the "PhotoBloggies," an annual award given to the best photography blogs, and they have live links to the 200 finalists, and of course the winning site as well. Check it out here. There's a wonderful article over at "Concerning Photography" on living legend Jay Maisel, and his influence on London-based photographer Ian Talbot, the author of the piece. It's really a fun read (click here for the link). For past three Photoshop World's we've been fortunate enough to…

    OK, does it matter that this pano isn't a number of photos merged together, and instead it's just a panoramic crop? (in other words; it's a regular photo and I just cropped off a lot of the top and bottom to create the panoramic look). Now, if that makes you feel kinda cheated, does it really matter which tool I used to create the panorama? Whether I used the Crop tool or Photomerge, it's still been edited in Photoshop, like every other photo I take, and as you might guess, I'm totally cool with editing photos in Photoshop. So....how do you feel about it? Did I cheat by just cropping rather than stitching multiple photos together? I'm curious, because I have to tell you, I feel a little "dirty," because it's not "the real deal." Does is matter how I came up with the…

    Hope you had a great weekend; here's what's up: If you're in New York, and you're at all passionate about photography, then get your butt over to the SoHo Apple Store on this Tuesday night, May 8th from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm (it's free) to catch one of the most talented, engaging, gifted, and just frickin' brilliant photographers on the planet, as Joe McNally presents, "Having a Sense of Place in Your Work." Every time I see Joe present, I learn something really important, I get inspired on a new level, I laugh out loud, and I come away much richer than when I went. If there's any way you can get there, I promise you----you'll be posting rave reviews about it here on Wednesday. Here's the link to the SoHo store's calendar, and you can find directions there. Big love to Apple…

    Here's what's goin' on: Nik Software launched a very nicely done online newsletter called "Photography First" and you can subscribe for free, or read it right there online by clicking here, and they also launched an inspirational, and informative section of their site called "Team Nik" featuring the work and words of prominent photographers. Check out Team Nik" here. Dave Cross's blog yesterday talked about three new online training courses; one on mastering Photoshop Channels from Corey "The Photoshop Lad" Barker; one specifically for Photoshop CS2 users making the jump to CS3, called "The Photoshop CS3 Power Session" (from Matt Kloskowski), and a Photoshop CS3 Beginners online course from Dave Cross himself. Here's the link to Dave's blog for more info, or you can jump direct to PhotoshopTraining.com Photoshop Hall of Famer Eddie Tapp has a hands-on workshop coming up the week of July…

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