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  • Monthly Archives October 2009

    Do you guys remember when I did a video clip about a light stand that was perfect for wedding photographers because as soon as you lift it up, the legs collapse inward, so sliding it in/out of a church pew was a total no-brainer, and getting in tight places where you normally wouldn't think of putting a light stand? (here's that video clip---if you watch it, it'll all make total sense). Anyway, it was called the Kwik Stand, and a lot of photographers snapped them up, and fell in love with them. Sadly, the company that invented them closed last year (unrelated to the success of the Kwik Stand), but the good news is; another Kwik Stand lover has not only licensed the technology, but has improved upon it and is now offering their version of the stand, called a "Cheetahstand." We just got…

    What do you and more than 500 Philadelphia-based photographers have in common? If you come to my seminar on Monday in Philly, we'll all have something in common, as I'm teaching my "Photoshop Tour for Digital Photographers" there, and I hope you can make it. Also, just so you know; there's no way you can lose if you come, because this day is 100% money-back guaranteed---if it's not the best Photoshop training seminar you've ever been to, at any price, we'll refund your money on the spot. Really! Here's a link with all the details (it's gonna be fun; you'll learn a whole bunch, and I promise to make it worth your while). :)

    OK, this isn't the biggest fix in Lightroom 3, nor the most important fix, or even a fix that most folks would even notice at first, but it's one of those little things that has annoyed me since Lightroom 1, and now instead of grimacing each time I see it, now I smile. They changed it so the "Backup Catalog" dialog box, which used to appear when you launch Lightroom----now only appears when you Quit, which to me just makes so much sense. I always felt having it show up when you first launched Lightroom was kind of like asking you to Save a blank document right when you first open it (even though I know what we're doing isn't technically 'saving;' we're backing up the catalog, but I'd rather back-up the catalog after I've been working on it for hours----not before I even…

    Hi everybody: Before we get to some news quickies; just a quick thanks for my friend Bert Monroy for honoring us with his inspirational guest blog yesterday. Really wonderful words wrapped in beautiful images. You sir, rock!!! Now, onto the news: Two new DVDs from Vincent Versace come with something very cool! Vinny is always "pulling a rabbit out of his hat" and I have to tell you; this one is very slick indeed, because if you pre-order one of Vincent's new training DVDs (called Welcome to Oz 2.0), as a bonus you get a full copy of OnOne Software's FocalPoint 1.0 plug-in for Photoshop. What's particularly cool about this is---the software isn't a demo version, or a crippled version in any way---it's the full software (and you can even upgrade it when a new version comes out, which is usually not the case…

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    Guest Blog for Scott! When I was asked to write this blog I had no idea what to write about. What did I eat this morning? What am I doing this afternoon? My latest painting? I had no idea. Guest blog for Scott Kelby—the man that has written more books than I can count—that’s a tall order!

    As I tossed and turned thinking of what to write, I realized that previous guest bloggers were mostly photographers, retouchers and art directors—a virtual cornucopia of talents and skill sets. But they all had one thing in common—Photoshop.

    As I write this blog I am still coming down from the excitement of Photoshop World that took place in Vegas this month, where once again, a vast number of people came together because of this one piece of remarkable software. People from all walks of life imaginable have this one thing in common.

    As Adobe Photoshop celebrates its twentieth anniversary, it is interesting to look back at how this computer application changed the way we approach Imaging. As an example, just the other night I was channel switching and came across one of those crime investigation dramas where the verb “Photoshopped” was used three times!

    There have been many changes to our workflow since Photoshop became one of our tools. I remember witnessing a major shift in the graphic arts industry back in the early 90s. Ad agencies all over New York City started dumping those giant, costly behemoths that were known as paint box systems. These giants took up valuable space and required a techie to run them. They were replaced with Macs directly on the art directors’ desks.

    The combination of digital photography and Photoshop dramatically changed our approach to imaging. Gone are the days…

    First, a big thanks to the hundreds of photographers who came out to my "Photoshop Tour for Digital Photographers" seminar yesterday in Boston. I totally had a great time, and it was an awesome way to kick off this new tour. Next Stop: Philadelphia on Monday The next stop for me on the tour is Philly, next Monday, November 2nd, and I hope you can join me. There's already well over 400 photographers signed up, so if you're thinking of going, I hope you sign up quick (here's the link). See you in Philly! Jeff Schewe updates "Real World Sharpening" Book Photoshop Hall of Famer Jeff Schewe has just released a major update to a very important book; "Real World Image Sharpening with Adobe Photoshop, Camera Raw, and Lightroom" (by Bruce Fraser and Jeff Schewe; published by Adobe Press; cover seen above). I can't…

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