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  • Monthly Archives March 2010

    Earlier this week I got my hands on the latest version of one of my favorite plug-ins, Topaz Adjust, which now sports a clean, new very, very, very Lightroom-like interface. In fact, if you use Lightroom plug-in version of Topaz Adjust 4, you might not even realize you’ve left Lightroom, as the layout is so similar. That’s not a criticism---you open it and you immediately know how to get around, and how things will work, and that’s not a bad thing. [Photo above by Stephen Gober]. I use the Topaz Adjust 3 plug-in quite a bit, and this upgrade (which is free to existing customers, which is awesome) is a big step in the right direction. Here's what the gang at Topaz says is new 4: ...includes many new presets, the ability to handle larger images, a new user interface, faster noise reduction, and…

    Hey, if you’re going to Photoshop World later this month, there are just a few tickets left to the attendee party at B.B. Kings Bar & Grill on Wednesday night (the first night of the conference), where my band, “Big Electric Cat” will be playing (featuring Kalebra on Lead Vocals, Felix Nelson on Bass, Tony Llanes on Guitar, Scott Stahley on Drums, and me on Keyboards/Guitar. (The photo above, by Brad Moore, is us playing at the House of Blues in Vegas). You can get all the details right here. Hope to see you out on the dance floor!

    The third installment of my popular "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" series for Kelby Training Online went live this week at Kelby Training Online, and if you can check it out right here. As always in this series, I do everything from scratch, starting with an empty studio, and taking you through all the steps, from setting up the backgrounds and lighting, then going into the live shoot itself, and then finally through the full editing and retouching process to create our final image. Hope you guys enjoy the final installment of this three-part series (though I will be adding a new series of segments this spring).

    Calvin Rules! First, before we do anything else, I gotta give some big love to Germany-based Photoshop retoucher Calvin Hollywood who totally rocked that Guest Blog spot yesterday with some killer techniques (I tried them myself----they rock!) along with some great insights into the job of a full-time retoucher. I loved it, and thanks to all of you who let Calvin know just how helpful his post was. Thanks Calvin----that absolutely rocked! Macworld picks PlanetPhotoshop.com in theirTop 5 Design Sites A big congrats to Corey Barker, the man behind "PlanetPhotoshop.com" as it was named one of Macworld magazine's "Top Five Design Sites!" I have to say, with the amazing stuff Corey has been doing over there, I'm not surprised. Congrats Corey! LA Photoshop Down & Dirty Nearly Sold Out! My buddy, and Photoshop User TV co-host, Dave Cross is taking the "Photoshop Down &…

    My book Publisher, Peachpit Press, has just launched a very cool new project; the Peachpit Photo Club. They invited me as their first guest, and here's how they describe the whole shebang: On the third Tuesday of every month, from 8 to 9 p.m. EST (5 to 6 p.m. PST), join us for a webcast featuring your favorite digital photographers, such as Scott Kelby, Chase Jarvis, Chris Orwig, Joe McNally, David duChemin, and many more! The debut Peachpit Photo Club features Scott Kelby on Tuesday, March 16 at 8 p.m. EST! During this live webcast, photographer and bestselling author Scott Kelby will present some of his work, provide you with some insight and inspiration, and answer your burning questions! To keep the creative juices flowing, Photo Club members will receive a fun assignment at the end of the session. Members can complete the assignment…

    First of all I really want to thank Scott and his team for the great opportunity to write here about myself and my work. I am Calvin Hollywood, Photoshop Artist located in Heidelberg, Germany. My major focus is to take photographs of people with the emphasis on the digital image editing with Photoshop. And there we are right in the middle of the topic: I am addicted to Photoshop :-) By the way, you are addicted too if: -    you wake up after a wild night in the bed of someone and you think “STRG + Z” -    you don’t get older, just harder to retouch -    you order the meat in your favourite restaurant “RAW” to adjust it yourself -    your apartments walls have 50% gray color But what can you do in Photoshop if your starting point material is not really good?…

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