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  • Monthly Archives November 2009

    Looking at photography is one of my favorite pass-times. It’s awesome how the great photographers can make me actually feel the moment of capture. I enjoy the greatness of their talent. What a trap. As if photography wasn’t full time enough, lately I’ve been charging head down in an ancillary effort to learn what drives people to create. Research, writing, listening and conducting interviews across all disciplines while dissecting my own work. Most photographers I know can recall nearly every click of the shutter, and those book-worthy gems capture more than just a replica of the moment. We own the image more than the others. There was nothing tentative about the instant we pressed the shutter. There it is – Got it. My latest talk was with one of the most gifted guitarists I know; a long time professional of both studio and live…

    If you're in the San Diego area, Dave Cross and RC Concepcion, are coming to San Diego this Friday with our Adobe CS4 Creative Suite Unleashed Tour, and then onto Boston on December 1st. If you haven't had a chance to catch this special Adobe-sponsored tour, you don't want to miss it, as they cover everything from Illustrator to InDesign, from Photoshop to Flash, and how it all works together. This special tour is only $49 (or just $39 for NAPP members), and you can get all the details, or sign up, right here. Hope we'll see you San Diego on Friday, or in Boston in just a few weeks!

    Hi Gang: I have just 12 minutes this morning to write this news and stuff. Here goes: Tampa Love (vague reference to Tupac) Thanks to the 500+ photographers who came out to my Photoshop seminar in Tampa yesterday. What a fantastic group to present. Even had Manuel Obordo (one of the two guys who originally taught me Photoshop) stop by and say hi. It was an awesome day and a great way to wrap up the tour for this year. Catch my interview on TechTock Radio I did an in-depth interview Jack Howard on Adorama's Tech Talk radio show, and we covered everything from Photoshop ethics to retouching ethics to...well...you name it, because we covered a lot of ground. Here's the link to check it out. Lightroom on Alltop I didn't know this until this week, but Alltop.com now has a page dedicated to…

    Last week when I ran my "10 Things I wish I Could Tell New Lightroom Users" post (link), one of the 10 things I talked about was using Collections rather than Folders, and I had a number of follow-up questions on my collections workflow, so I thought I'd break it out a bit here. Here's what I do: STEP ONE: Make a Collection Set Immediately after importing my photos into Lightroom, I go to the Collections panel and from the pop-out menu I choose "New Collection Set", as shown above (which is kind of like a big folder I can put other collections inside to stay organized. It's empty at this point, just like when you create a new folder on your computer). I'll name this Collection Set "Tuscany." STEP TWO: Deleting the obvious mistakes Before I do anything else, I quickly scroll through…

    Last week we called the guys over at MPIX.com and asked if they would run a special deal just for readers of this blog on the exact same type of prints and mounting that I order from them all the time. I usually order 16x20" prints on Metallic Paper, and then I get them mounted on black foam core. Everybody loves the way they look with that paper and black mounting, so I thought it would be the perfect one for a special like this. (Watch the really short video I did above to see an example of what I'm talking about). I also use these mounted prints fairly often as gifts (I have MPIX ship the mounted prints directly to the person I want to send the gift, and I can't tell you what a great reaction it gets---especially since they ship flat…

    The fairly embarrassing "behind the scenes/not so best-of" video clip above is designed to distract you from the fact that two days ago we should have launched the new 13-week season of Photoshop User TV on our new set, with our new format (so go ahead and watch that video clip now----it helps ease the pain). In short, here's what happened: When we showed up to tape the show last week, we all kind of realized that everything wasn't quite in place yet (ugh!). The set is much larger than before, and as soon as we started blocking the segments, we realized that we needed a lot more studio lighting than we thought, so we ordered a whole new lighting set-up from Westcott (they make video lighting, too and we already use their stuff on our green screen set and it rocks, so we're…

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