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  • Monthly Archives December 2011

      Join Matt Kloskowski and me today at 4:00 pm ET LIVE on "The Grid" with our topic: How to find the right path to learning photography (it's not what you think). Going to be a wild show (as usual). Erik Bernskiold will be stopping by the studio, and we got some cool prizes, too. Hope you can make it (and we'd be very appreciative if you'd help us spread the word about today's show). :) Join in the conversation today at 4:00 ET at http://www.kelbytv.com/thegrid

    Corey (final shot2)

    In the beginning… A really long time ago there was a Photoshop book published by an up-and-coming Photoshop trainer, you may know his name; and it was called Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks. I remember I saw the book on a colleagues desk. I was working for a newspaper in Bradenton, FL not too long after I had graduated from the Ringling College of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL. I was immediately intrigued and started flipping through it and was amazed at how simple this stuff looked; I knew I had to have this book. I was so excited that I went to the bookstore that day to get my own.  Remember, this was at a time when Photoshop training wasn’t nearly as ubiquitous as it is now; especially cool stuff like this. I actually still have my original copy. The point I…

    retouching-week

    You know how Discovery Channel is always doing things like Shark Week? Well, we're totally ripping them off this week by doing "Photoshop Retouching Week" (we even snagged the shark). Each night this week at 6:00 pm EST we'll be doing live FREE online seminars on portrait retouching with Photoshop to give you an idea of the kind of stuff we do every day at NAPP (the National Assn. of Photoshop Professionals). Plus, we'll have deals and giveaways and other fun stuff. Last night we kicked it off with Matt Kloskowski and Pete Collins doing some retouching techniques for Wedding Photographers. Tonight at 6:00 pm it's Corey Barker and Professional Make Up Artist Shelley Giard showing how to apply "Digital Make-up" in Photoshop (some really amazing stuff here---stuff you won't see anywhere else). It's live, tonight at 6:00 pm EST right here.  Hope you…

    Although I included some of "The Photoshop Guys" latest books in my Holiday Gear Guide (which ran here on the blog last Friday), there are some other great books out there that I think would make fantastic Holiday gifts, so I wanted to do a separate gift guide just for those. Here are my top 10 holiday gift book picks (in no particular order): (1) Sketching Light: An Illustrated Tour of the Possibiliites of Flash By Joe McNally Joe's lighting is the stuff legends are made of (I call him "the magical unicorn of lighting), and Joe wrote 420 pages about exactly how he lights. If this isn't 2012's lighting book of the year I'll eat my hat (well, it's really more of a ball cap, but I can't imagine it would taste good). From New Riders Press. ISBN# 0321700902. List Price: $49.95 (Online it sells for around $32). You…

    It's here! It's finally here! If you’ve been a faithful reader of this blog for the past five years, you probably remember back when it was called my “Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide,”but last year I dropped the Gonzo because, honestly, I really have no idea what Gonzo actually means. However, I know what Awesome means, and that’s exactly what’s in this year’s edition (Yay----wild cheers ensue!). I think what makes it extra awesome is that I purposely avoided choosing any really expensive gear for the guide, and instead, I really tried to focus on choosing great value-for-the-money gear. Anyway, the Gonzo is out, the Awesome is totally in, and this year’s guide is packed with some really cool stuff that we absolutely, positively don’t need on any level, but we desperately want nevertheless because that is, after all, half the fun! The Rules: These…

    OK gang—we’ve got another “This Weekend Only” Deal, and it's even better than their last "This Weekend Only" deal they ran back in March, and it's on ANY of their Rogue flash modifiers for Hot Shoe Flash. The Rogue gear is top notch (I include their stuff on my tour) and it's from Expo Imaging (the people behind cool gadgets for photographers like the popular ExpoDisc and the Rayflash, and Flashbenders). Here’s the deal: My readers receive 30% off the purchase of any Rogue Photographic Design products from ExpoImaging, including Rogue FlashBenders, Rogue Grid, Rogue Gels, Rogue Diffusion Panels, or the Rogue Starter, Portrait, Master and Background Lighting Kits. The discount code is "NAPPROGUE", and it is case sensitive (enter it at checkout).  Valid from Friday, December 2nd through Sunday, December 4th.   Here’s the link with the details on their gear. Thanks to the folks at Expo Imaging for making…

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