Posts by Brad Moore

  • CS5 IS HERE BABY!!!

    Apr 30th, 2010  |  26 Comments

    That’s right! CS5 IS FINALLY HERE!! If you pre-ordered, you should be getting your copy any day. If you can’t wait, go HERE and download the trial to play around, I mean work with, the new software. And, don’t forget… NAPP has their completely FREE Learning Center for you right here (You don’t even haveContinue…

  • Corey Presents: The Evolution of 3D in Photoshop

    Apr 30th, 2010  |  21 Comments

    So with all the excitement surrounding the pending release of Photoshop CS5 and the rest of the Creative Suite I feel it incumbent upon me to talk a bit about 3D in Photoshop because, like anything new or different, there are always divided opinions. Do I really need 3D? What will it do for meContinue…

  • Bryan O’Neil Hughes on Photoshop CS5

    Apr 28th, 2010  |  18 Comments

    First, thanks Scott for having me back; my postings here have afforded me an opportunity to reach thousands of passionate Photoshop users and in the case of JDI, I even had a mechanism to communicate with all of you and help turn some of your ideas into features.  I’ve spent the better part of theContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Alex Walker!

    Apr 28th, 2010  |  131 Comments

    Parental Sports Photography – My most Fantastic Voyage Where do I start? Yeah that’s the same question I have been asking myself since Scott and Brad offered me the chance to be a guest blogger. First I am under no illusions that I am anywhere near a good enough photographer to share the same forumContinue…

  • Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger Is…

    Apr 27th, 2010  |  4 Comments

    …Adobe Photoshop Product Manager, Bryan O’Neil Hughes! Bryan is stopping by to go into even more detail on some of the new features in Photoshop CS5, including Camera Raw, HDR Pro, the AMAZING new masking capabilities, and (of course) Puppet Warp and Content-Aware Fill :) He’s got plenty of great examples to show off theContinue…

  • Matt Presents: Five Lessons From a Recent Landscape Shoot

    Apr 27th, 2010  |  77 Comments

    I recently co-taught a Landscape/Adventure Sports workshop out in Moab, Utah with famous adventure photographer Tom Bol (and just all around nice guy). The class was great, the weather was great and we had a blast. But on the way back I started thinking about some lessons I’ve learned along these trips so I figuredContinue…

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