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  • Monthly Archives February 2009

    This weekend I got the opportunity to shoot some back-stage portraits of celebrated jazz guitarist Barry Greene, who was playing a special engagement at Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida last night with the Florida Orchestra (visit Barry's site). My assistant Brad Moore and I got there about an hour before their sound check, and we were able to shoot for about an hour backstage, out in the theater seating, and along the front of the stage (click on the photos for larger views---they look better larger). There are two very short video clips below; one during the shoot, with me out in the theater seats shooting Barry at the stage, and another of Barry riffing while I'm taking the shots. (Video clips by Brad Moore). The shot below is my favorite shot from the day. That's Barry's son Mitch (a really great kid) …

    It's Friday; the end of a great week, and before we get to what's up, I just want to thank Bryan Hughes for his Guest Blog Post on Wednesday. I don't know if you read the comments readers posted about his post, but he really turned a lot of photographers on to Photoshop CS4 features, and ways of using them, that many folks hadn't realized were there. I can't tell you how many people have emailed me to thank me for having Bryan as my guest, but honestly all the credit goes to him. Thanks, Bryan! Now, onto the news: Honl Flash Modifiers Now Over at Expo Imaging I just found out yesterday that the David Honl flash modifiers I've talked about again and again on this blog (and in my books) are now available direct from the Expo Disc people (Expo Imaging). His…

    First, thanks SO much to everyone who shared their ideas for what they'd like to see covered in my new Photoshop CS4 Down & Dirty Tricks book. The good news is: A lot of the techniques you guys asked for are already in the book (which is really good news for me), and some of your ideas are going to be added to the book (now that I know what you're looking for). After reading your comments (over 150 of them), I did realize that I haven't done a good job of making it clear exactly what the book is about, which is why I included this Photoshop World poster at left. Creating that poster from scratch, including putting the collage together which includes the field, the stadium, the lights, the helmet, the reflection of the stadium in the helmet, adding the shadows, creating…

    I'm just 8 days from the deadline to turn in my "Photoshop CS4 Down & Dirty Tricks" book, and before I turn it all in, I wanted to see if I could get some input from you on what to include in these last chapters. First, a little background on the book. This is the book that started my whole career, as it was the first book I ever wrote, and the first edition was on Photoshop 5.5 (the Photoshop 6 cover is shown above, because it was essentially the same book). The book is a special effects book, and is based on teaching the reader how to create the same looks and effects you see in magazines, on the Web, on TV, etc. I've been planning on doing a new edition of this book for years now (the last version was for Photoshop…

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    When Scott asked me to pen a guest blog, I was honored and thankful to have such a great opportunity to reach so many passionate users of our application… Then I realized I’d have to constrain my piece some and focus it on a particular room in the funhouse that is Photoshop.  I feel the same way when I’m demoing; whether I have ten minutes or two hours, it never seems to be enough time.  So I’m going to attempt two things here; one, to deep-dive on some new technology that I haven’t seen thoroughly explored, and two, to let this post be a launch pad towards some great resources for information and technology related to Photoshop.

    Of the many twists and turns that Photoshop has taken over the course of my (nearly) 10 years on the team, none have been as interesting to me as those related specifically to photography.  My background is behind the lens and it’s my love for the medium that first drew me to Adobe.  Being mindful of photographers and the applications we provide for them, today I want to focus on two features whose powers can be tapped directly from Bridge CS4, Lightroom 2.0 or from within Photoshop CS4 itself.

    ....none other than Adobe Photoshop Product Manger (and all around cool guy), Bryan Hughes. I got to spend some time with Bryan when I was out at Adobe's HQ last month, and he really brings a totally different point of view to the evolution of Photoshop, how we work with it, what we want, and where it's going. On a personal level, he's a very dedicated, passionate, fun, and totally brilliant guy, and it's a real honor to have him as my guest tomorrow here on the blog. I hope you'll stop by and check out his Guest Post.

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