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  • Monthly Archives March 2013

    Pre-Conference Workshops at Photoshop World If you're going to Photoshop World Orlando, make sure you check out the Pre-Conference Workshops! These are workshops that happen the day before Photoshop World officially starts, and they last between 4-7 hours so you can really dive into one particular topic.  Spend the day learning Lightpainting from Dave Black, photographing Characters on Location with Joe McNally, shooting a live concert with Alan Hess and Scott Diussa, shooting a wedding with David Ziser, or maximize your Photoshop skills with any of the workshops from Corey Barker, RC Concepcion, Dave Cross, and Matt Kloskowski! There are even more workshops than the ones listed here, so go see what's available here. All of these workshops have limited space, so once they are full, they're full! And there are only 7 days left to save $100 on registration for the conference, so…

    Ok, so when you get asked to be a guest blogger for Scott, one of the first things to do is check out the competition and see what others have done. The top blog posts as far as comments and reshares have been from Peter Hurley… Seen here hamming it up in our studio: Photos by Pete Collins And Zack Arias’: Photo by Zack Arias I wanted to be considered as insightful and popular as them. So I did some studying on what they did to get such a good response and it became quite obvious… It is all about the hair! If I am going to get the greatest response and win the top honor as the “coolest, hippest blogger on earth,” I am going to have work the hair angle hard. So without further ado… I give you Peter Bob Ross Arias!…

    http://youtu.be/RJSggThQ8do If you haven't caught our Photography Tips & Tricks free weekly show yet, here's your chance because this is a great episode! (it's actually aired just a few weeks ago, but this particular one got a lot of love and loads of great feedback so I wanted to share it first). (1) It starts with host RC Concepcion showing a really great, often overlooked feature on hot shoe flash: adjusting the flash zoom. He shows how to do it (and why you'd want to). (2) Then we have a couple of really great tips from our in-studio guest Tamara Lackey on how to interact with children during a family portrait shoot. Really great insights (and Matt Kloskowski is on the set with Tamara for a brief interview as well). (3) Lastly, Joel Grimes has a trick for a technique I haven't seen before…

    I am totally psyched to be teaching for Nikon in their booth/theater at the upcoming WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International) Conference & Expo in Las Vegas later this month (the Expo part where I'm speaking runs March 11-13th  -- link). I am also honored to speaking alongside some truly amazing photographers, like Cliff Mautner, Jerry Ghionis, Dixie Dixon, and Tamara Lackey among others. (Above: that me on stage in Nikon's booth at Photo Plus Expo -- photo by RC Concepcion).  I'm speaking all three days and my session is called "Shooting it With Just One Light" (the official times are shown below --- click on it for a much larger view) If you're at the show, I hope you'll catch one of my sessions (and if you see me wandering around, make sure you stop me and say "hi"). Above: Another shot of me teaching…

    Hi Gang: We're just a month and a half away from the biggest Photoshop event on the planet: The Photoshop World Conference and Expo (in Orlando on April 17-19 at the Orange County Convention Center), and if you're going (and I hope that you are), here are the sessions I'm teaching (there are over 100+ sessions but I hope you'll check out a couple of mine while you're at the conference). Designing With Type for Photographers Bad type can ruin a really great photo and in this session, I'm going to show you how to create photo book covers, posters, web graphics and more  and how to have your type really compliment your work, rather than destroy it. You'll learn everything from the basics of typography including which fonts to use, when, and why, and how to create simple, beautiful-looking designs (it's easier than…

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