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  • Monthly Archives January 2010

    What Is Photographic Reality? I've just returned from an expedition to Antarctica where the landscapes and wildlife simply blew my mind. Towering snow-covered peaks dropping vertically into tormented, white-capped seas; tens of thousands of penguins crowded onto small islets surrounded by icebergs; and the deepest, richest ultramarine blue you can imagine locked under tons of glacial snow. It was a reality far stronger than anything I have seen before. The passengers on board had a wide variety of backgrounds, from photographers to artists, naturalists to scientists, doctors to lawyers. On the voyage south, I showed them my photography. The images were taken with a camera, but created in Photoshop. Some passengers loved them. Others did not, concerned that my photographs were not true reflections of reality. Indeed, they asked if they were really 'photographs'. Here's an example of what I showed them Most readers…

    Australian photographer, Peter Eastway! We got an email from James, one of our Australian readers, suggesting we give Peter's work a look.  When I (Brad) did, I was quite impressed and immediately contacted him about doing a guest blog! Peter is the editor of Better Photography Magazine and is a great teacher and photographer.  Come back tomorrow to see some of his beautiful images from a recent expedition to Antarctica, and hear his intriguing thoughts on post processing landscape images!

    > Learn Concert Photography Live at Photoshop World One of the coolest pre-conference workshops we've ever held during the Photoshop World Conference is the Real World Concert Photography workshop, taught by two pro-concert photographers, and kick-butt instructors: Alan Hess and Scott Diussa. This workshop was a huge hit back in Vegas----so much so that we're bringing it back for Orlando (on March 23rd), but it's limited to just 40 participants (the photo above was taken during  the workshop in Vegas, during the "Live Shoot" portion of the class) where you get to practice shooting with a live band. For more info, or to sign up, click right here. > 50 Free Fonts (this is not a scam) Braddo (my knickname for Brad Moore), turned me on to this site that has links to 50 actually fairly cool fonts. I went there myself and snagged…

    BIG NEWS: Adobe Photoshop is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Thursday, February 18th, and NAPP and Adobe are throwing an amazing party/celebration/Photoshop tip-fest and you are invited! Here's the scoop: When: February 18th, 2010 at 7:30 pm Where: In San Francisco, at the Palace of the Fine Art theater Who: This special evening is hosted by "The Photoshop Guys" (We'll all be there in person---Me, Matt Kloskowski, Dave  Cross, RC Concepcion and Corey Barker, each sharing some amazing Photoshop tips and techniques). Special Guests: Adobe's own Russel Preston Brown, Terry White and Julieanne Kost Ultra Special Guest: Adobe's VP of rock: Johnny L, who'll be giving you an exclusive, this-night-only, look at the future of Photoshop What: A history-making night of amazing Photoshop techniques, at look at where Photoshop's been (and where it's going), along with lots of laughs, music, and fun. Plus Cool…

    Hey gang, Brad here.  I just got a message from Scott asking me to let you all know that he's taking a sick day from the blog today.  He's got a cold, along with all the coughy, sniffly, wheezy, blechy stuff that comes with it.  Nothing serious, just enough to need a day off from the blog :) He did ask me to pass along his thanks to John Keatley for a great guest blog on Wednesday.  He told me that he really enjoyed the heartfelt story that John shared about one of the people who helped him pursue his photography career.  If you missed it for some reason, I highly recommend going back and giving it a read.  As one of the commenters said, it feels like a short read, but it's not... It's just an engrossing story! Plus, how intimidating must it…

    Hi Gang: Here's a quick video clip we put together about the Photoshop World Conference & Expo coming up March 24-26 in Orlando, Florida (it's short----about two minutes), and if you've never been to Photoshop World, it really of gives you an idea what it's like (just ask anybody whose been). Anyway, hope you like it.

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