Posted January, 2009

  • Kick-Butt New “Fashion Photography Accessory” Discovery!

    Jan 27th, 2009  |  24 Comments

    At Christmas I got a very cool new electric guitar from my wife (that’s not the accessory, by the way), and she wanted to make sure I got a guitar I really liked, so I went to the local music store to find one I liked, but while there, I walked by the drum departmentContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger is…..

    Jan 27th, 2009  |  6 Comments

    …..sports portrait photographer, blogger, and post processing shark; Dustin Snipes. My assistant Brad Moore had turned me on to Dustin’s very cool work about a month or so ago, and he’s also got a great blog (here’s the link) where he gives some background into his shoot (including production shots). He’s got a very coolContinue…

  • Photoshop Insider Book Review: Footprint’s Travel Photography by Steve Davey

    Jan 26th, 2009  |  8 Comments

    I don’t normally do book reviews, because I don’t think it’s right for me, a Photoshop and photography book author, to publicly criticize another author’s Photoshop or photography instruction book. It just ain’t right. Luckily, with this book I don’t have to (which is why I’m making an exception and doing a book review). IContinue…

  • Scenes From The Gallery Retrospective of Bert Monroy’s Work

    Jan 26th, 2009  |  23 Comments

    One of the highlights of my trip to San Francisco was getting to see the Hearst Gallery’s retrospective on one of the most brilliant digital artists of our time, our good friend (and Photoshop Hall of Famer) Bert Monroy. What an amazing exhibition (and beautifully presented by the gallery—kudos to them for an outstanding job).Continue…

  • Take This Week’s Photoshop CS4 Tool Survey

    Jan 23rd, 2009  |  8 Comments

    Photoshop CS4 Tool Survey: How Often Do You Use The New ‘Masks Panel’ in CS4? ( surveys)

  • Friday News Wrap-Up

    Jan 23rd, 2009  |  23 Comments

    I can’t believe it’s already Friday. Here’s what’s up: On Tuesday I came into my office and sitting on my desk was something that made my whole week. One of my readers here on the blog had sent in a $1,000 donation check for the Springs of Hope, Kenya orphanage. Talk about being humbled byContinue…

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