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  • Monthly Archives August 2010

    Hi Gang: I had so many requests yesterday about how I did the frame around my Maine images, I thought I would include it here today. I originally did this tutorial for NAPP members, and it ran on the NAPP member Website nearly a year ago, but I'm running it here today, because if you're a NAPP member---well.....you've already seen it. Anyway, there's an extra technique in here as well (a matting technique), along with the frame technique. Hope you find it helpful. :)

    ...these special bonus things on the Expo floor. 1930's Hollywood Glamor Style Lighting with Mike Kubiesy Our good friend, and Hollywood pro shooter, Mike Kubiesy is teaching a class on how to get that classic 1930's Hollywood Lighting look that you don't want to miss (like Mike's shots you see above). The class is Friday, September 3rd at 11:45 am on the Expo Floor at the NAPP Expo Theater. Mike's a great teacher---you're going to learn a lot. Plus, Mike's got a class on creating Hollywood Movie Posters (I'm sneaking into this one myself). By the way---these are FREE bonus classes if you're going to Photoshop World. Contrast, Details, and Color Manipulations with Calvin Hollywood OK, totally unrelated to Mike's Hollywood stuff, is the amazing work of German retoucher, and Photoshop wizard "Calvin Hollywood." This guy's stuff is off the hook, and if you…

    Hi Gang: I took last week off and headed up to Kennebunkport, Maine with my family for a week of just doin' nuthin'. It's so hot down in Florida, my wife wanted to spend a week someplace where you didn't break into a sweat just looking out the window, so off to Maine we went. Although we were there for a week, I only went "shooting" twice (well, technically two and half times, as you'll read in a moment). Once when we took a one-day trip up to Bar Harbor (about four hours away), and once with my buddies Scott Eccleston and his photography business partner Mark Hensley (both of whom I met on my first trip up there back in July of 2007). Here are a few shots I got along the way (I haven't gone through all of them---I had a flight…

    Hi Gang: I wanted to do a follow-up to last Friday's post about "What I'd Love to See in Lightroom 4" because you guys came up with so many other great feature requests, ideas and enhancements to what's already there, I wanted to share some of the ones that really resonated with me. There is one that would be high on my list, and I totally forgot about it, until I read Bryan's comment: "Why no Vibrance in the Adjustment Tool?" I second that. You can leave Saturation, but add a Vibrance slider. Also, I sent my post to Adobe's Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty, and then Tom and I talked on the phone about all this on Friday (I was just happy we were still talking). ;-) Anyway, while I can't go into specifics about what what Tom and I discussed, I can…

    If you’re coming to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo next month; make sure you bring your camera, because we’re doing something really cool with the folks at Westcott that will totally make it worth your while. Besides Westcott’s regular booth on the show floor, NAPP has partnered with Westcott to create a special "Photo Shootout" area. Here's what Westcott has planned: Four uniquely themed shootout bays will feature professional models, renowned instructors, commercial product set ups and more. Each day we will begin with four custom designed scenes all professionally lit utilizing the award-winning Spiderlite TD5 constant lighting system along with high-end modifiers, props and backgrounds.  Professional models with be styled by Candace Corey who has worked with such talent as Lady Antebellum, Danny Glover, Olympic Winner Shawn Johnson, comedian Chelsea Handler and more.   Her work can also be found in Rolling Stone,…

    Hey gang, Brad here with the first weekly installation of Pimpy Thursday! Lots of goodness to pimp, so let's get started - Jeff Revell did a great post and tutorial on using the Photoshop World for iPad/iPhone App over at PhotoWalkPro.com. If you're coming to Photoshop World you've gotta check this out! In other Photoshop World news, John Loiacono (Johnny L) from Adobe will once again be the featured keynote presenter! Johnny and his team always wow the crowd with great previews of things to come from Adobe, and with CS5 just shipping (as well as Lightroom 3) it's an exciting time to hear from Adobe! Sign up now to join Johnny, Scott, and all your favorite instructors in Las Vegas September 1-3. If you're in the Las Vegas area and just want to drop by the Photoshop World Expo, you can do so…

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