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  • Monthly Archives June 2010

    The latest episode is now up live (we're running a couple of days behind on the episodes right now---things are really busy down in videoland), and besides all the cool stuff we cover (below), we're also giving away the full suite of Nik Software's awesome Photoshop plug-ins (watch the show for details). For beginners, we start with my showing how to properly set your camera's diopter (if you don't know what a Diopter is---this is for you). Matt's on location to show how to get the sun star/starburst effect when shooting into the sun I'm doing a live shoot in the studio and showing how to use a gobo with studio lights to create fall off for portraits. David Ziser is our special in-studio guest, and he has some tips on getting sharp shots when shooting available light weddings Matt shows off the new…

    .....well known to many folks who attended the Orlando Photoshop World Conference earlier this year, and to those who keep up with the conference goings-on here on the blog. It's Iranian Photoshop expert and educator Ali Rajabi. I wrote about meeting Ali at the conference earlier this year, and what a great guy he was (and his fascinating story about how he wound up getting approved to visit the US to attend the conference). Lots of readers mentioned he'd make a great guest blogger, and not only did I agree, but tomorrow he's here as my very special guest. If you're not familiar with Ali's story, please take a moment to read about him, and how we met, right here, and then make sure you're here tomorrow to welcome him, and make him feel at home. Let me be the first in saying, "Welcome…

    Today we officially announce our biggest New York event ever---the Photoshop CS5 Summit (Produced by the Nat'l Assn. of Photoshop Professionals and sponsored by Adobe Systems). The full scoop (and how to snag your tickets) is in the short video below: Here's a recap: Who: Your instructors are "The Photoshop Guys," Me, Matt Kloskowski, RC Concepcion, Corey Barker, and Dave Cross When: One night only---Friday, June 25th, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm Where: The Hammerstein theater, at the Manhattan Center, New York City Cost: Free (if you watched the video above, which explains how to get a free ticket) Why: 'Cause Photoshop CS5 is brand spankin' new and we wanted to do something cool/fun/different in one of the coolest/funnest/differentest places in the world! More: Go right here.

    These things are awesome! They're called "Rogue FlashBenders" and they help you control and shape the light from your off-camera flash. Of course this isn't the first product to do this (I've been using the Honl Light Shaping tools for a few years, and liked them a lot), but these new FlashBenders (from Expo Imaging---the people who bring us ExpoDisc) have two big advantages over everything else I've used: (1) They're all one piece, so there's nothing separate to attach to your flash head, which means that there's less to pack, and less to lose, and that means less hassle. (2) There is some kind of wire, or bendy thingies (a technical term), inside them that let you easily mold and shape them any way you want so they go from snoot to bounce flash to gobo in two seconds flat. They just officially…

    With the Photoshop World Conference in Vegas coming up in September, I thought it would be fun to run this video clip I found on YouTube.com, shot and edited by an attendee (Friendofvic) at the Orlando, Florida Photoshop World back in March. It's really fun, it's really embarrassing, it's really short (just one minute and 2 seconds) and it's just very fun seeing someone else's take on things. Hope you enjoy it (and I hope we'll see you in Vegas this September).

    Atlanta Was Awesome!!! I want to start by thanking all the photographers (over 600 of you), that came out to my Atlanta "Photoshop CS5 for Digital Photographers" Seminar last Friday (that's blog regular Ken Toney posing with me above in an iPhone photo during one of the breaks between classes). We had such a great crowd that day---everybody was totally engaged, and into it and we really had just an awful lot of fun while we were learning, and I can't thank you all enough for coming out to spend the day with me. While I was there, on Thursday I got to shoot at Atlanta's High Museum of Art, at their "The Allure of the Automobile" exhibit (these cars from the 40s and 50s were like works of art on wheels), and then that night, I got to shoot Maggie Smith in concert…

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