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    Photo by Greg Mellang To do, or not to do, that is the “new” question. A Photoshop Journey, for the non purist. First of all, thanks to Scott and Brad for having me here, it’s an honor. I have been writing a regular column for Photoshop User Magazine for over a decade, but this is my first time as guest blogger. I hope you enjoy what I have to share. Now that we have Photoshop and great resources to learn how to master the tool, is it still necessary to do “trick photography” or create surreal looks in camera? Should we be using all the tools at our disposal, or should we try and be purists? What is purism anyway? It’s funny how as artists we can so quickly go from pioneers to museum keepers. Painters scoffed at photographers, film photographers scoffed at digital…

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    Miami celebrity portrait photographer Brian Smith [Note from Brad: This is the first of four guest blogs from newer Photoshop World instructors in the weeks leading up to the conference. We thought you might like to get familiar with them beforehand if you're not already, so we hope you enjoy this series!] Not every picture is worth a thousand words. The value of an image depends on how much you give it to say. Conceptual Portrait Photography is creating story-telling portraits that say something about your subject. I’m very excited to join the faculty of Photoshop World in Las Vegas this September 4-6 where I’ll be speaking about creating story-telling Conceptual Portrait Photography. In the mean time, Scott and Brad have been kind enough to hand me the keys to O’Kelby’s Pub for Happy Hour Wednesday. So grab a pint, slide up to the bar…

    Perception. When you watch a James Bond movie you just know James will show up in a black tux adjusting his bow tie and tugging his jacket to look sharp, kind of like “That’s right I’m here. Bond, James Bond!” Actually it’s just an actor playing a role of a very cool British Secret Agent. My personal favorites are Sir Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan. Here’s a photo of my funny friend Michael Weatherly in the infamous pose... I am Mike Kubeisy. I’ve been shooting in Hollywood for many years and perception is a huge part on the set. It may look like a wood floor, but it’s actually paint on cement. Many times I’ll touch something to see what it really is, only to be amazed that it's not what it appears, but it sure looks good. That actor’s character is mean and…

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