On Guest Blogger

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Corey Barker

    Aug 13th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Greetings from Planet Photoshop! So first let me say it’s a real privilege to be able to share some thoughts with you all today and as an added bonus, I have prepared a special video tutorial (found at the bottom) exclusively for this post. But before we get to that, I wanted to briefly touchContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Andrew Rodney

    Aug 6th, 2008  |  6 Comments

    Photoshop and I are getting old(er)! I started working with Photoshop 1.0.7 in May 1990, only a few months after its release. It’s hard to believe we are both 18 years older. It’s been amazing to see Photoshop grow over the years and an honor working with Adobe as a beta and alpha tester sinceContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Jeff Revell

    Jul 30th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    The Zen of Photowalking When Scott first started the Guest Blog segment he told me that I was going to be on the hook for one in the future. I figured it was no big deal, I mean hey, I blog every day, right? What could be so hard? Then he started rolling out theContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Terry White

    Jul 23rd, 2008  |  4 Comments

    Digital Photographers and the iPhone/iPod touch More and more photographers I know are now carrying around their portfolios in their pockets. The iPhone and iPod touch makes for a perfect portable pocket sized slideshow device. At a minimum you have 8GB’s of space, which is quite a bit for small JPEGs. Also, if you wereContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday Featuring: Dave Cross

    Jul 16th, 2008  |  1 Comments

    A few weeks ago Scott invited me to start thinking about a topic for an appearance as guest blogger. I had come up with an idea that I’d been fleshing out when I read Stephen Johnson’s column last week. I’m telling you this to make it clear that my column is not in response toContinue…

  • It’s Guest Blog Wednesday Featuring: Stephen Johnson

    Jul 9th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    The Intrigue of Complexity Art seems rarely achieved through complex techniques, hidden features or secret workflows. This is particularly true in the digital era where the distraction of the software itself can make the creative process become stymied in menus and self-doubt regarding using the program to its fullest potential. Add to this a steepContinue…

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