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  • Posts By Brad Moore

    Hey gang, Brad Moore here with the latest news and updates! Corey's Book Is Here!! That's right, Corey Barker's Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks for Designers has finally arrived! Corey has been furiously signing away over the past couple of days so that all the pre-orders can be fulfilled. You can pick up your copy right here! Next Week Is NAPP Retouching Week! Next week is a special week, with a live webcast every evening at 6:00pm EST featuring The Photoshop Guys (plus special guests) showing you a variety of retouching for different scenarios. So tune in each evening for Wedding Retouching, Digital Makeup, The Next Level of Retouching, Audience Q&A, and get Tips from the Industry with Calvin Hollywood and Evangeline Cooper! You can see the full schedule right here! KelbyTraining.com We've had two killer additions to the KelbyTraining.com library recently... First up,…

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    And with the growth and success of this idea, I’ve had to grow the Help-Portrait team to continue making it all happen. People seem to think that it’s just me running this organization, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. There is a truly remarkable, selfless, all-star team of people around me that are helping make Help-Portrait happen. They are working year-round on making Help-Portrait a success and I’m constantly inspired by them. So I wanted to take this opportunity for you to get to know them a little bit and see why they’re so awesome.

    So without further ado and in no particular order, let me introduce you to my Help-Portrait team!


    Name and your job title/role for Help-Portrait:
    Kyle Chowning – Executive Director + Board member – Oversee the overall planning, development and execution of the Help-Portrait operations

    What’s your favorite moment from your Help-Portrait experiences so far?
    My favorite moment was the first year, when we worked tirelessly to pull off the very first Help-Portrait. I remember stepping back and watching hundreds of people come through our event getting their picture taken—often for the first time in a very long time, or ever, and seeing the smiles on their faces. They were so appreciative. Truth is, they were doing more for me that I was doing for them. Easily one of the most memorable days in my life to-date.

    Why do you believe so much in Help-Portrait?
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    Why should others get involved with Help-Portrait?
    If you’re a photographer…

    First off I’d like to thank Scott and Brad for giving me the opportunity to write today’s Guest Blog. I’m really very proud to be the first German on here, after meeting Scott this year in Cologne in Germany on his ‘Shoot it, Light it, Retouch it’ tour. (Or has ‘Calvinizer’ Calvin Hollywood maybe also written a contribution!?!?) Well, OK, just to be sure, I won’t talk about photography in today’s blog. Instead I’ll devote my attention to the topic of Computer Generated Imaging. The first time I came across CGI was about 4 years ago. I was so fascinated that I immediately gave up my job as advertising director with a major company in order to be able to concentrate completely on my own creative work.  In 2009, along with my partner Thomas Bach, I set up a studio for photography, CGI and…

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