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  • Monthly Archives November 2010

    On Saturday, I hopped an early morning flight up to South Bend, Indiana to shoot the Notre Dame vs. Tulsa game, along with my buddy Jim Workman (a lifelong Notre Dame fan), and his son Kevin. So, first---how did I wind up shooting "The Fighting Irish?" At this past Photoshop World, one of the two inductees to the Photoshop Hall of Fame was NAPP's Help Desk Director Peter Bauer. He brought his wife Mary Ellen O'Connell along to see him receive the award, and during the opening night party, Pete mentioned that Mary Ellen was going to be honored with the game ball at halftime, and that they were watching the game from the University President's suite. That was all I needed. I'm like "Pete....buddy....do you think you can use some of that juice to get me a sideline pass to shoot a Notre…

    OK, it was really "Fashion Shoot" Wednesday. Last Wednesday, in between my taping a “Another Day with Jay Maisel” on Tuesday in New York City, and my presentations on Thursday at the Photo Plus Expo. Since I had this day in-between, I set up a fashion shoot as one of the projects for my upcoming book, “Photoshop CS5 Professional Portrait Retouching." I’ve been shooting a lot of portraits for the past couple of months, because I wanted all fresh, new images for the book, and even though we have an in-house studio, I’ve always wanted to do a fashion shoot in New York, and do it right----using a professional fashion stylist to coordinate the look, and finding really great hair and make-up artists, along with New York fashion models who would take the whole shoot up a notch. I started my search with the…

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