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  • Monthly Archives November 2012

      At my Photoshop seminars last week in Boston and Washington DC, three questions came up again and again from the seminar participants and so I thought I'd address them here: (1) Photoshop CS6 doesn't run in your Web browser The first one is a myth going around that if you get the Creative Cloud version of Photoshop you run it in your Web browser. Good news --- it is NOT a web-based application --- it's the same Photoshop that works the same way as if you had bought it in a box at your local computer store ---- but now you just download it from the Web (er, the Adobe Cloud) and install it on your computer just like you do with about any software program these days. I think what throws people off is the word "Cloud" and when we think "Cloud" we think…

    I just got mine on Friday and here are my initial thoughts: Take an iPad and make it smaller, thinner and lighter and you've got an iPad mini. The experience is really just about identical. OK, 50-sec onds left: Q. Is it as light and thin as you thought it would be? A. Actually, it's thinner and lighter than I was expecting. If actually feels lighter than my iPhone 5. Once you use it, and then pick up your old iPad, the old one feels like a brick (which it never did to me before, but it sure does now). Q. What about the lack of Retina display? A. I thought this would bother me, but you really have to be looking for a difference to notice it at this smaller size. Everybody I've shown it to was surprised at how good the screen looked…

    It's our biggest issue yet, with lots of awesome lighting tutorials; everything from lighting for weddings; tips for shooting with a beauty dish; lighting home interiors; a very cool location shoot that turns an every day scene into a mystical forest; my Lighting Recipes column, the latest gear news and more. It's available now for the iPad on the App store for just $2.99. (By the way: if you download the app (free) you get our launch issue for free as well). What! Still no Android version? OK, I got with my team about all this and here's where it stands. The company that developed our App originally made just a regular ol' IOS app, but when Apple introduced the Newsstand Concept, so we had to retool the entire magazine for Newsstand. So, we're now we're not just converting our ISO app into an…

    My one complaint with my new Retina Display MacBook Pro is that it no longer has a locking hole drilled in the side of the laptop itself, so you can no longer secure your laptop with a Kensington security lock and cable (like you could with other MacBook Pro models). So far, after searching around the only simple solution seems to be this new clear plastic skin from http://www.macLocks.com which lets you attached a cable lock. Here's how it works: You remove five screws from the bottom of your MacBook Pro, then (using the supplied screws and screwdriver) you attach this very lightweight clear, plastic "skin" to the bottom of your laptop (it has ventilation slats), and it has special locking mount in the back right corner (seen in the photo below). I tried it at the Bucs/Chargers game on Sunday and it worked well (and the…

    http://youtu.be/l3c0lYRo1CU Lightroom 4 Live Matt Kloskowski is heading north to Toronto on November 26 with his Lightroom 4 Live Tour! Come join Matt for the day as he takes you through all the most powerful and useful features of Lightroom. At the end of the day, you'll be able to make your images look great and quickly get back behind the camera! Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It - On A Budget with Hot Shoe Flash Just starting out with photography and want to add lighting to your shots? Scott Kelby has you covered with his latest Kelby Training class, Light It. Shoot It. Retouch It - On A Budget with Hot Shoe Flash! In this class Scott shows you how you can get started with an affordable lighting rig, what settings to use, and how to process the images in Lightroom and Photoshop.…

    Pushing the Envelope I have a phrase for it, the Darwin Theory of Photography – Evolve or Perish. While it’s very true that I’m a gear head and one of my greatest pleasures in life is to get a new piece of gear and just sit and inhale the new gear smell, there is most definitely a method behind my madness. I love telling stories and since I can’t draw, dancing is out of the question and my family won’t even let me sing in the shower that leaves me with photography to tell my stories. In 1998 when I first started to shoot digital, I knew then that the means in which I delivered my photographic stories was going to have to change. It gets complicated for Sharon & me in the fact that we make our livelihood by telling stories with my…

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