Posts by Brad Moore

  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Jan 29th, 2015  |  80 Comments

    New Lightroom Classes from Scott Kelby Over on KelbyOne, we just released four brand new Lightroom courses from Scott Kelby! Whether you’re wondering why you should start using Lightroom and are curious what the advantages of it are over just using Bridge and Photoshop, a current user who wants to know more about sharpening, aContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring David Molnar!

    Jan 28th, 2015  |  31 Comments

    I’ve been afraid to admit this for a while… afraid to say this out loud. But this is a safe place right? For years I felt like a fake. I would be so nervous the night before a shoot that I felt like tomorrow was the day that I was going to come undone. TomorrowContinue…

  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Jan 22nd, 2015  |  64 Comments

    The Mixer Brush Tool with Pete Collins Join Pete Collins as he takes you on a walk through of the incredibly powerful Mixer Brush Tool. The key to getting the most out of the Mixer Brush is in understanding the four key settings that determine just how your strokes will look. Pete takes you throughContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Luke Copping!

    Jan 21st, 2015  |  6 Comments

    When I was a teenager, I was a Canadian expat living in a US border town whose main interest outside of a rapidly growing fascination with photography primarily consisted of the acquisition and digestion of as much music as I could get my hands on. I mainly listened to a lot of punk, and even as I grewContinue…

  • It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

    Jan 15th, 2015  |  13 Comments

    Kicking Off 2015 with Joel Grimes on The Grid! If you missed last week’s episode of The Grid, the first of the new year, with Joel Grimes, it’s one you’re going to want to go back and watch. Joel is always full of great advice and wisdom, and he didn’t hold back on this episode.Continue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Gary Arndt

    Jan 14th, 2015  |  13 Comments

    5 Lessons From A Nomadic Photographer I didn’t intend to become a travel photographer. In hindsight, perhaps it was obvious, but it wasn’t something I originally set out to do. In March 2007 I turned over the keys to my house and set out to travel around the world for a year.  Like many peopleContinue…

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