On Photoshop

  • Fixing Football Shots Partially in the Shade

    Sep 20th, 2011  |  24 Comments

    Yesterday, in my post about my first football shoot of the year (link), I mentioned that if some of the players wind up in the shade, that I remove the blue tint that appears over anything white (like their jerseys, helmet, the stripes on the ball, and so on) in Lightroom (or Camera Raw). Anyway, IContinue…

  • Announcing My Brand New Book: “Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it”

    Sep 6th, 2011  |  41 Comments

    If you’re at Photoshop World in Vegas, the book is being officially launched by Peachpit Press there and we have a limited number for sale at the official bookstore on the Expo floor. It’s hitting other bookstores next week (Amazon.com already has the Kindle version available now), and you can preorder the print version fromContinue…

  • My Favorite Photoshop CS5 HDR Preset Settings (I was shamed into it, live on the air)

    Aug 19th, 2011  |  39 Comments

    So, yesterday we had four very awesome folks from Adobe’s Photoshop Team down at our headquarters for a visit for a couple of days, and among them was Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, Bryan O’Neil Hughes (you might recognize Bryan from his demos on stage during past Photoshop World Conference keynote presentations, or from hisContinue…

  • BREAKING NEWS: Grill “Photoshop’s Product Manager” Live!

    Aug 18th, 2011  |  19 Comments

    If you ever wanted some one-on-one time with Adobe’s Principal Product Manager for Photoshop, well…today’s your day. We’re doing a special bonus LIVE episode of ‘The Grid” today and Bryan is our in-studio guest, taking your questions on the air about….well…anything! Send your questions now (and during the show) via Twitter—just include the hashtag #grillbryan,Continue…

  • “What I Learned…” (Part 2)

    Aug 16th, 2011  |  40 Comments

    At every seminar we do, at the end of the day we ask the participants to fill out an evaluation form, to let us know how we did, but most importantly what we can do to make the day even better. I know those eval forms are a pain in the butt to fill out,Continue…

  • What I learned in Germany & Holland…

    Aug 15th, 2011  |  55 Comments

    …and In Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto..and last year in London….and two weeks ago in Orlando…is that: photographers and Photoshop users everywhere are struggling with the exact same things. The same issues. The same hurdles. The same things that stump photographers in San Francisco, are stumping photographers in Germany. (Above: Brad took this shot of myContinue…

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