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  • Monthly Archives December 2008

    The Destructive Workflow (Erase, Merge and Flatten) Hi again folks! I'm happy to be back here on Scott's blog and I thought I'd change it up a little this time. See, I took a look through some of Scott's old blog posts and looked at some of the really popular ones. It seems you guys love it when he does that Q&A thing to himself, so I'm going to borrow (OK, steal) it for my guest post too. Here goes: So Matt, Scott made this post seem really controversial. What's the deal? I've been toying around with the idea of this post for a while now. It first hit me about two Photoshop Worlds ago in Orlando when I had quite a few people ask me about how to follow a non-destructive editing workflow. I spoke for a while with one gentleman and asked…

    Adobe released a free downloadable update to Lightroom 2 (bringing it to version 2.2), that adds support for some recently released cameras (including the Canon 5D Mark II, , a number of Panasonic cameras, and the Canon G10), along with some bug fixes (for a list of the bug fixes, visit Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty's blog by clicking here). Also, (and this is big), this update includes the final versions of the Camera Profiles which will now be available in the Calibration panel (those of you who attended my Lightroom 2 Live Tour know about the Beta versions of these). To get the free update, go under Lightroom' 2's Help menu and choose "Check for Updates."

    Photoshop Hall of Famer, and SVA Department Chair Katrin Eismann sent me some interesting news: The School of VISUAL ARTS is taking the The Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography program online for the fall of 2009 (image above by June Young Lim). The students will complete the fall and spring classes (Advanced Imaging, Color Management, Photo Illustration, Studio Management, etc) online and then come to New York City to complete their thesis projects, which includes taking the Large Format Print class, developing a web presence, designing a brand, and producing the collateral for a NY Exhibit. The MPS in Digital Photography is a concentrated course of studies in both commercial and fine art digital photography that addresses the entire imaging workflow - from image capture and enhancement to online distribution and final display. Under the guidance of leading photographers, retouchers, designers and…

    Gang; we are so close to finishing this Orphanage, but as you read on Friday---the funding has run out, and the construction has stopped. With your help, today, we can restart construction immediately, finish the orphanage, and start feeding and caring for these children who need our help so badly. So, here's the plan: For one day; today, Tuesday, December 16, 2008, if you pre-order my new book, "The Photoshop CS4 Book for Digital Photographers" using this special direct link; I will donate 100% of the entire cover price of the book to Springs of Hope, Kenya, the non-profit grass-roots group put together by Joseph and Molly Bail to build this orphanage. (This opportunity ends tonight at 12:00 midnight, Eastern Standard Time, U.S.). I'm not donating just "the profits" from the book, or "a portion of the proceeds" from today's sales; you pay the…

    ...back for his 2nd guest appearance as guest blogger here; he's co-host of Photoshop User TV, author of "Layers: The Complete Guide to Photoshop's Most Powerful Feature," he's the producer of the "Lightroom Killer Tips" blog and weekly Podcast, he's a columnist for Photoshop User magazine, and he's also my good friend---Mr. Matt Kloskowski. Matt came to me with the idea of this topic a while back, and if you've been waiting for a post that will shake up the old guard, and challenge traditional Photoshop thinking, then make sure you're back here tomorrow. Matt has a really thought-provoking guest blog post that will have many of you cheering, and others reaching for their gun. It's going to be a wild day, so don't miss it!

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