Posted February, 2009

  • Location Shoot with Jazz Guitarist Barry Greene

    Feb 16th, 2009  |  35 Comments

    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, andContinue…

  • Friday News Stuff

    Feb 13th, 2009  |  14 Comments

    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,Continue…

  • You Guys Came Through With Some Great Book Ideas!!!

    Feb 13th, 2009  |  15 Comments

    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 ofContinue…

  • I Need Your Input On My New Book (Before it Goes To Press)

    Feb 12th, 2009  |  195 Comments

    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 theContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Bryan Hughes!

    Feb 11th, 2009  |  22 Comments

    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 theContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Special Guest Blogger is….

    Feb 10th, 2009  |  5 Comments

    ….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, andContinue…

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