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  • Monthly Archives October 2009

    If you’ve ever wondered what a particular checkbox, or tool, or filter, or option was in Adobe Photoshop, NAPP set out to teach you just that,with thousands of short 60-second (max) videos (and yes, there are literally thousands of these short to-the-point videos). Called “H.E.L.P.” (the How-To Educational Library for Photoshop), it was unveiled last week during the opening keynote at Photoshop World after input from thousands of Beta testers around the world, so it’s been tweaked, updated, simplified, and expanded to make it truly an amazing resource for learning Photoshop. If you're a NAPP member, you can check it out right here. Thanks to all the Beta testers who helped us hone this puppy, because it has really become an incredible resource, and we couldn't have done it without your help and input. Also, thanks to Matt, Dave, Corey, and RC who created…

    Here are some images from the NPS (Nikon Professional Services) sponsored "Concert Photography Pre-Conference workshop" held last week at Photoshop World. The sessions were taught by pro concert photographers Alan Hess (who guest blogged about concert photography here on my blog), and Scott Diussa from NPS (I featured a few of Scott's articles on concert photography here as well), and the images you see here were taken by Alan during the class itself. The idea was to start in the classroom, and then shoot a live concert, so the day before the opening keynote, we set the stage up like a full concert, and my band, "Big Electric Cat" (Felix Nelson, Tony Llanes, Scott Stahley, and myself played two three-song sets for the photographers who took the workshop (you only get to shoot the first three songs in a real concert setting, and they…

    Well, now that Photoshop World Vegas is in the history books, I guess it's time to get back to "real life" and the ol' blog-a-roo. In that spirt, here's what's up: Update on the New "Photoshop User TV" We're just about finished building-out the new studio, with its totally new look, and new way-cool format for the show, and in just a couple of weeks, we'll be launching our new season of Photoshop User TV, with loads of new Photoshop tutorials and tricks (and more content than ever!). We're just getting so close now I thought I'd better check in and let you know it's moving along really well. We've been running some "mini-shows" during the construction phases, but we're almost there. Also, Matt Kloskowski and I are launching a new digital photography show as well (the one that's taking the place of D-Town),…

    Drew Gardner photographed on Polaroid Type 55 by Lucinda Marland Recently I was commissioned by Suzuki to shoot a print and billboard ad for the Suzuki Swift. It was based around an incident in a tattoo parlour, which goes horribly wrong, the tattooist misspells the word 'respect' writing 'resplect' instead. To unimaginable consequences but very funny. Now this shoot is the most interesting I have undertaken in a very long time. Why? Because as well as shooting the ad as a still, my team and I shot it as a short movie for the client too. A true glimpse into where I believe the industry is heading at breakneck speed. We shot the still in the morning and decided to retain the same lighting to give the same visual 'language' in print and moving images. It was a lot of fun but there are…

    World-renown portrait/advertising/fashion photographer Drew Gardner!  I (Brad) have been following Drew's photography over the past couple of years, and have just been blown away by everything I've seen.  It's difficult to label what kind of photography he does because he's so diverse in his subject matter.  But no matter what he's shooting, he has a very unique vision which ranges from epic to eccentric. Check back tomorrow to see what Drew has to share, but in the meantime you can check out his website to see this crazy Brit's work :)

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