When Scott told me that I would be a guest blogger today, I was floored. Given the many incredible folks that have preceded me, I’m flattered to join such a select group. I only hope that my ramblings below provide you with useful information. (more…)
I know a lot of you already watch Larry Becker’s weekly NAPP news report, but for those of you who haven’t caught his show yet, one thing I like about it is that he always covers different stuff from one week to the next.
He just did a great interview with Corey Barker about the new Intuos4 tablet, and he’s always got some new deal or discount cooking, usually along with what’s going on in the industry. Anyway, the reason I’m bring this up is today; this week one of his stories is about where to get less expensive photography gear and studio lighting for advanced amateurs who can’t drop $500 or $600 right now on something like a Westcott TD5 Spiderlight, but want something similar.
Anyway, you can watch the show right here today (above), or if you’re a NAPP member, each weekly NAPP News episode appears on the NAPP member home page, but you can always subscribe to NAPP News free through iTunes so you don’t miss an episode. Here’s the link (clicking it launches iTunes):
If you’ve got a minute and 40 seconds, check out this clip (below) that our video team put together to give you a glimpse of what it’s like in a class session at Photoshop World. There are a couple of funny moments, including one withJoe McNally (what an engaging teacher!), and there’s a very cute Photoshop tip from Dave Cross that totally cracked me up when I heard it, but at the same time—-I’ll never forget that keyboard shortcut! Definitely worth checking out.
Here’s the final part of our four-part series on “What’s in Photoshop CS4.” This last segment is kind of “rapid-fire” as we hit on a bunch of features, tweaks, and enhancements we hadn’t covered yet (but we darn sure weren’t going to do a Part 5). Hope you enjoy it.
Here’s the third part of our 4-part series on Photoshop CS4. There are a few funny moments as you can tell we start to realize that we totally misjudged how long it’s going to take to cover all the new features, but I guess most importantly, it starts to uncover the depth of functionality that Adobe really put into this upgrade. Hope you enjoy part 3.
Here’s part two of our four part series on what’s in Photoshop CS4 (see yesterday’s post for some background on why we decided to do this). It was during this segment that Matt, Dave and I realized that our original idea for a single video clip on CS4 was going down the tubes fast. Hope you enjoy it.