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  • Category Archives Photography

    Hi Gang: As you read this, I'm on my way back home from our annual family vacation to Kennebunkport, Maine (my wife chose Maine a few years back because we live in the scorching Florida heat, and at this time of year Maine is a place that's easy to get to where it's nice and cool every day (we actually had to wear sweaters after dusk). So, we came for the weather, and but then fell in love with the people and the place. Maine is awesome). I'm off tomorrow for my new two tour dates in Canada (Calgary and Vancouver), so I don't have a lot of time to blog but I thought I'd at least share a few photos from the trip (Including the HDR photo above, taken in the lobby of a boat house where we went for a two-hour harbor…

    Hey everyone, Matt Kloskowski here again. Thanks once again to Scott, for giving me his blog for the day. I've had a topic I've been wanting to write about for a while, so here goes: How Photoshop changed my Photography. It's not what you think though. I've heard plenty of stories of how Photoshop is a game changer because of the ways that we can now enhance our photos so quickly. We can make blue skies bluer, green grass greener, remove blemishes, clone out wires, etc… But my photography-life-changing experience is a little different. I Started with Landscape and Travel Photography See, I started with landscape and travel photography. That was my favorite. Landscape and travel is what got me excited about taking my camera out of my bag. I sound like a total dork, but I'd have a hard time sleeping the night…

    The Vincent Versace Award for Digital Photographic Excellence (often referred to as "The Vinnie"), is a special award within the photo category of the Photoshop World Guru Awards (the Gurus competition is sponsored by B&H Photo, and is open to all Photoshop World full conference attendees, and entry to the Guru Award competition is free for registered attendees). The idea behind "The Vinny" prize package is that it provides the winner with all these incredible tools (provided by the Vinny sponsors) as a way to remove as many of the barriers of creativity as technology can, so there are no obstacles standing in the way of the artist. The award winner is chosen by Vincent himself from all the entries in the Photography category. Here's the prize list (to be awarded during the Photoshop World opening keynote September 7th in Las Vegas): - Signed…

    That's right, baby! I'm going from up north to way down south, as my "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" live seminar tour comes to Orlando, Florida. Here's the info: Who: Me. When: Friday, August 5th, 2011 Where: The Orange County Convention Center Why: Why not? You're 100% guaranteed to love it, or your money back. It's only $99 for the full-day workshop (Just $79 if you're a NAPP member), and it comes with a detailed step-by-step workbook that follows right along with what I'm teaching during the day. It's gonna be an awesome day of learning and fun, and I hope you're there to be a part of it. See you in Orlando! (here's the link).

    Hi Gang: Had lots of great comments and questions after yesterday's post about 500px.com; the photo sharing site for pro photographers (well, at least it's the one being embraced by the pro photography community these days). First, I guess I'm late to the party, because I learned shortly after the post that 500px.com isn't a brand new site---I hadn't heard of it before (I first heard about it from my buddy RC Concepcion), but the buzz surrounding it was so big I figured it had to be new, but alas, I was wrong (my apologies to the owners of 500px.com). Speaking of the owners.... I thought it was really cool that the guys behind 500px.com were answering questions one-on-one here on the blog yesterday (I got to meet them briefly at my Toronto seminar last week. I didn't realize they were based up there…

    Two or three weeks ago, I started getting emails and reading articles about a new photo-sharing site for pro photographers called 500px.com, and after a dozen or so people sent me emails asking if I was on there, I finally signed up to see what all the fuss is about, and now that I'm on there, I'm really glad I did. (Above is how your personal photo page looks on an iPhone, and when you click on a thumbnail, you see the larger view shown on the iPad). A free online portfoli0? I'm listening.... For those of you that follow this blog, you know I've been struggling for the past year in getting an online portfolio that looks decent on the Web and on mobile devices like the iPad and iPhone, and with RC's help, I finally got one in place. The only downside…

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