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  • Monthly Archives May 2013

    I saw loads of questions and comments all over the Web yesterday about Adobe's announcements. The new features part got lots of love. Adobe's new subscription-only plan for their Creative Cloud software, not so much (and that's being kind), so I thought I'd do a quick Q&A giving my take on it all. Q. Scott, should I be freaking out? A. Absolutely not. I saw a lot of nasty comments yesterday (I'm sure you did, too), but a lot of what I read was based on mis-information or was just plain wrong.  Q. Can you give me an example? A. Sure. I read a bunch of people in forums claiming that Adobe isn't going to release any bug fixes for Photoshop CS6. Actually, Adobe said just the opposite. They said they would be updating CS6 with bug fixes as necessary --- they're just not adding any new…

    I love natural light Love it! I don't talk about it a bunch here on the blog, because it seems like I'm always lighting something, but you might be surprised that I don't always walk into every situation thinking I'm going to light it. Oh, don't get me wrong, we always bring a flash or two, but in most cases I'd prefer to use natural light. Why? Three reasons: (1) It's easy (2) It's free. (Well, mostly) (3) It's fast (that's really a biggie for me) If there's available natural light I try to use it first That was the case with the shot you see above (that's a two-page spread in a wedding book I'm working on). This is up in the balcony  and there were all these beautiful old wooden theater-looking seats (great looking, but not particularly comfortable) and to the right…

    http://youtu.be/LVzcicQi00w?t=18m9s Adobe Sneak Peek of RAW Processing on Tablet Yesterday on The Grid, Scott and Matt were joined by Tom Hogarty from Adobe, who gave us a sneak peek of processing RAW photos on a tablet! Using a prototype version of a possibly upcoming app on his iPad 2, he demonstrated the ability to edit RAW photos using Lightroom-like capabilities such as Highlights, Shadows, Exposure, Contrast, and more. He also discussed cloud synchronization with the edits made on tablets back to your computer. Careful not to say anything concrete, he also mentioned that he would like to see the ability to mark picks and rejects or set other categories in the app. There were also a ton of giveaways, including copies of Lightroom, so check out the show above for more info on how to win! The Business Side of Tim Wallace Tim Wallace…

    Photographing Some of my Heroes At this past Photoshop World in Orlando, I realized that I had never fully taken advantage of the opportunities that I have there sometimes. I'm surrounded by a number of people who've been great influences on my life and career. I have lights and a camera. And, even though I'm busy, I can at least try to find the time to make something happen. So I looked at the schedule, found a small block of time where I didn't have too much going on, and set up a couple of lights in an empty room just around the corner from the staff office. You know how when you're watching someone work, you have epiphany moments where you see something that you'd never thought of before? I had always seen lights put in front of subjects, but never behind. Until…

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