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  • Category Archives Photography

    The first of my three "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" online classes went live two weeks ago, and I just heard today that they'll have the 2nd class live in just about two weeks. I've gotten loads of great feedback from the first class, so I'm looking at adding more segments in the future, so if you've got any ideas of particular lighting looks you'd like to see, let me know and they might wind up as one of my next series of shoots. :) In the meantime, here's a link to my first of the three "LSR" online classes.

    Hi Gang: As you�re reading this, I�m in Philadelphia for my �Photoshop Tour for Digital Photographers� seminar, but on my way to Philly, I headed up to Chicago for an NFL sideline shoot at the Chicago Bears vs. Cleveland Browns game on Sunday, with a couple of my buddies; Mike Olivella, and Alex Walker (That's us above. L to R: Mike, me, and Alex at Soldier Field during the game). It was perfect weather for a football game; around 55� with no wind, and all three of us had an absolute blast! I�ve included a few shots from the game (but I got into Philly around 12:30 am so I didn't have a lot of time to go through all the shots yet), but here�s a few quickies and the details on the gear I used, and settings: Gear I used two bodies: A…

    What do you and more than 500 Philadelphia-based photographers have in common? If you come to my seminar on Monday in Philly, we'll all have something in common, as I'm teaching my "Photoshop Tour for Digital Photographers" there, and I hope you can make it. Also, just so you know; there's no way you can lose if you come, because this day is 100% money-back guaranteed---if it's not the best Photoshop training seminar you've ever been to, at any price, we'll refund your money on the spot. Really! Here's a link with all the details (it's gonna be fun; you'll learn a whole bunch, and I promise to make it worth your while). :)

    WOW---what a first day up here in New York. My day started at 10:15 am with a presentation in Nikon's booth about my photography called "The Power of Color." (photo above by Raphael "RC" Concepcion). After my presentation for Nikon, I headed over to the Nik Software booth to unveil the brand new version of their award-winning Photoshop plug-in, Viveza 2. I have to say---it is one absolutely amazing plug-in. They really took Viveza to a whole new level with this update, and it was both an honor, and really exciting, to be the first to show off this amazing new technology. The Show Floor I got to check out a few booths this morning. Hoodman showed me a new gadget for photographers who wear glasses, and it was very clever. I saw the Think Tank booth but didn't get by to do any…

    I hit the road last Thursday, and it's been a busy weekend. I thought I'd do a quick interview with myself to answer those lingering questions I have about myself. Here goes: Q. Hey, how'd your Lightroom seminar in Michigan go? A. It was awesome! We had a huge crowd, but not only that---they were a really a great group to present to. They were totally into it from the get-go, and they really made me feel feel welcome. Q. How did you handle all their questions? A. Luckily, Lightroom expert, and Adobe Technical Sales Director Terry White was there with me answering questions from the crowd between each session and at lunch, and that helped a bunch (in that neck of the woods, everybody knows Terry and he was mobbed with questions on every break). Q. How many of his answers were correct?…

    I love behind the scenes training videos, and "Session from Joey L" is the brand new DVD from rising star photographer Joey Lawrence (remember his amazing guest blog here earlier this year? Here's the link), goes beyond that, as he answers some of his most-asked questions about his lighting techniques and his Photoshop pro-processing moves. I've been going through the DVD myself this past week (it's available as a DVD or direct download), and I have to say----it's very cool seeing how he puts these shoots together (he's got a really cool job, and get some amazing gigs). He's got a preview video on his site, and if you've got a minute, give it a look (warning: if you watch the preview; you'll be hooked). Luckily, the disc lives up to the hype. Congrats Joey on being willing to share what you've learned. Here's…

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