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  • Monthly Archives December 2007

    For my last post of the year, I thought I'd take a quick look back at what has just been an amazing year of change, innovation, and growth for our industry. I'm going to focus on what's happened in the Photoshop arena, in photography, what's happened here in my Photoshop Insider blog, and how it's impacted our lives (and my own work), throughout this year (which seems like it literally just flew by). ADOBE SYSTEMS First, the "over achiever" award for 2007 has to go to Adobe Systems. I don't think anyone there has slept all year. Here's why: In February of 2007, after four groundbreaking public Beta versions had been released, Adobe released Lightroom 1.0, and for many of us this changed the way we work with our digital photos forever. (Side note: I'm still amazed at how many people, after all this…

    Last night I read through all 120+ ideas you all came up with from yesterday's post regarding my upcoming Online Portrait Retouching Class, and they were just spot on!!! There were so many angles I hadn't thought of, and you guys totally came through for me (once again!). :-) Here's what I learned: (1) A lot of folks posted similar ideas, which is great because it means a lot of folks needed something I would have left out. (2) A number of things that were posted were already part of my outline (which is cool), and there were others that would have been covered under my existing outline, but that may have been hard to tell with just the short descriptions I provided yesterday. (3) Many of you are as concerned as I am about "overdoing it" when it comes to retouching. Over the…

    RC and Corey Barker were kind enough to have me as a guest on their very slick weekly show, "Layers TV: The how-to show for everything Adobe." What might surprise you, is that on this week's episode I'm showing my 10 favorite Adobe InDesign tips. Now, you might be thinking, "Scott, do you even know Adobe InDesign?" Nope. Not really. (I'm kidding, of course. I actually use InDesign every single day---have been for years, and I even co-authored the book InDesign Killer Tips, so I'm a bit of an InDesign freak at heart). Anyway, you can watch the show right online (click here to check it out). A new episode is posted every Wednesday afternoon and these guys have loads of cool tutorials and tips on Adobe Illustrator, Dreamweaver, InDesign, Flash, Acrobat, and all the other Adobe stuff we don't cover on Photoshop User…

    The December 31, 2007 entry deadline for the 2nd Annual Worldwide “Photoshop User Awards” competition, (produced by Photoshop User magazine, and sponsored by Peachpit Press, Imagenomic (developer's of "Noiseware"), B&H Photo, and Layers Magazine), is right around the corner. Remember, if you’re chosen as this year’s “Best of Show” winner, we’re sending you and a friend on a trip to beautiful Maui, Hawaii (including round-trip airfare, hotel, and daily expenses) to get you totally inspired to have your work featured as the cover art for an upcoming issue of Photoshop User magazine. Besides the grand prize, there are also thousands of dollars in other prizes and winners in a variety of different categories. The contest is open to any Photoshop user, anywhere in the world, but you can’t win if you don’t enter, so for all the details, visit PhotoshopUserAwards.com. Don't forget to enter…

    I'm working on a new online course called "Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques with Adobe Photoshop" and I hope to have it "up live" on KelbyTraining.com in the next two weeks or so. Before I wrap it up, I hoped to get some input from you, to make sure I cover the techniques you think should be included. First, some background: This is a class on portrait retouching, so it's not going to cover color correction, or fixing lighting, or anything that's not directly related to portrait retouching in Photoshop (both head shots and body sculpting). Also, there won't be any retouching of nudie naked nakedness. In fact, there will be no nudity at all (other than my own, of course, as I usually record these in the nude. I'm kidding. You knew that, right?). Anyway, here's the list of individual lessons from the class,…

    I'm back, baby! I had a wonderful, relaxing, fun-filled Christmas, and although I'm still somewhat in Holiday mode, I've got a "lite" post-Christmas update for you. First, I had a wonderful Christmas Eve surprise; I took a look at Amazon.com's top selling titles for the entire Computers & Internet category, and saw that I had four of the top five bestselling books (see above), which really made me grateful to all my faithful readers who are kind enough to give my books as Holiday gifts. That's about the best present you can give a writer like me, so my humble thanks go out to all who passed on my books to family and friends. You guys rock! Adobe's own in-house Photoshop genius, Russell Preston Brown, has announced the location and theme for his 11th annual "ADIM Conference" (Art Directors Invitational Masterclass), held each year…

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