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  • Monthly Archives January 2011

    Matt Kloskowski Plays: Ibanez Roadstar Series Electric Guitar | Shoots: Nikon D300 Back in 2009, I had been talking with Joe McNally about kind of being in a rut over my own photography, and Joe encouraged me to come up with a personal photo project---something that would span a series of photos, and cause me to really think about a body of work instead of just "one-offs" like I normally shoot. I thought it was a great idea----I just didn't have a great idea on what to do. Finally, Something Hit Me After thinking about it for quite a while (and being quite frustrated by how hard a time I was having coming up with something creative and fun), until one day I came up with the idea to combine two things I love---music and photography, into a portrait series based on photographers who…

    Did you enjoy Photo Recipes Live, the DVD/book combo Scott did last year where he took you behind the scenes at his photo shoot to show you exactly how he gets the shot?  Then you'll love Photo Recipes Live Part 2 :) Above is a short video of Scott talking about Part 2, so I'll let him do most of the explaining.  But I will say that we had a great time filming this one on location in Miami, and I think he got some killer shots! You can pick up Photo Recipes Live Part 2 from Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

    Hey gang, Brad here with this week's pimpy goodness. Check it: Dave Cross is bringing his Photoshop CS5 Power Tour to Oklahoma City on January 26 and San Antonio on January 31, then Tampa on February 17 and Richmond, Virginia on February 21! Here are more details straight from Dave on what he'll be teaching and what he suggests bringing to the seminar.  You can register for any of these events right here. Interested in a free digital issue of Photoshop User Magazine?  Just go here and fill out the form to get the 100 Hot Tips issue, compliments of Dell.  And if you're already a subscriber, tell your friends! Speaking of friends, Laurie Excell and Randy Van Duinen are featured in the Paradise Lost/Paradise Found and Disappearing Florida exhibit at Morean Arts Center in St. Petersburg, Florida. The exhibit will be up from…

    Photo by Joe McNally "Terry have you ever done a post or video on your photo storage workflow?" This was a question one of my Adobe Colleagues, Tim asked me last month and after a few moments of blank stares I replied, "hmm, um, no." The reason this caught me off guard is that while I have certainly talked about photography, computers and the importance of backup over the years on my own blog, I haven't really put it all together specifically for photographers. I thought this might be a timely topic for my guest spot here. This is also the time where I have to give one of those Scott Kelby like disclaimers and say "This is MY workflow. It's the way I do it. I understand that your workflow and requirements may be different. So take it for what it's worth." Your…

    After yesterday's post, I thought you guys deserved some balance by seeing some really nice shots for a change, and that's why I wanted to share this video from my friend, UK-based photographer Glyn Dewis. 2010: A Portfolio Review from Glyn Dewis on Vimeo. He did a recap of his 2010 shoots, and I saw it on his Facebook page and really enjoyed it, so I got the embed code from his site, and I'm sharing it with you guys here (hope you don't mind, Glyn). If you've got a minute, take a look---I think you'll really dig it. :) P.S. Thanks to everybody who posted such nice comments yesterday about my Hall of Shame. It made me feel....well....shameful. ;-)

    My buddy Matt Lange came up with a really cool way to showcase the images he's taken on assignment for Southcreek Global Media---he puts them into a layout that looks like a football trading card (as seen above). You can check out his other layouts right here. Also, I love his new layout for his portfolio (here's that link). I guess it helps if you're a great photographer who's also a great designer, eh?

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