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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    Well, it just happened to me. When I ran a blog post about my trip to London, buried on those pages was my personal favorite shot from the trip (well, if you don't count my silly vacation-type photos of us all goofing off), was a photo I took of the London Eye (shown above---click on it for a much larger view). What caught my eye about the shot was the fact that there was one red capsule (the whole "a pattern is good, but a pattern interrupted is better" which I believe originally came from Jay Maisel). Also, I love how you can see the forms of individual people in the capsules when you crop in tight (or show the image at a large size). Anyway, it still wasn't my favorite shot until something happened by accident in post processing. When I took the…

    Hi Gang: Remember a few months back when I mentioned we were hiring for three positions? (here's the link just in case). We were looking for a Marketing Genius, a Photoshop Tech Wizard, and a new "Photoshop Guy" to add to our ranks. Well, I'm happy to announce that after hundreds of resumes, and phone and in-person interviews, on this Friday I'll be posting a short video here to introduce you all to the new "Photoshop Guy." We're really excited about adding a new guy to the mix (RC is especially excited, because then he won't be "the new guy" any more), plus he brings a lot of different skills to the position, so we're psyched. He's not a well known name in the business, but my guess is---he soon will be. :) Also, although we've now filled the Tech Wizard job as well,…

    Last night I was talking with a buddy, and we started talking about what we would really like to see in a Photoshop iPad app. I think all the things that Adobe is doing right now in that space, especially with their introduction of a Software Development Kit (SDK) enabling other people to create apps that interact with Photoshop is incredible. However.... .....what I really want is for Adobe to create Photoshop as an App for the iPad. Real Photoshop. Basically, "Photoshop for the iPad" with the same type of interface, where everything is where we expect it to be---not some reimagined program that really isn't Photoshop. I don't want to learn something completely new, or I'll just stick with the iPad photo apps I have now. I want PHOTOSHOP! Real Photoshop! We can't have it all Now, I know there's no way possible…

    After teaching more than 2,100 photographers in four cities, it's time to take the show to the Big Apple, as my "Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It Tour" comes to New York City for its only New York stop this year (the shot above is from my Chicago tour stop last week. All photos by Jeff Leimbach). Here are the details: When: Thursday, June 2nd Where: The Javits Center Registration: $99 for the full day, including detailed step-by-step workbook. >> Only $79 for NAPP members Reserve Your Seat: Right Here. The tour has sold out in every city so far, so if you want to join me for the day, I would grab your seat right away. Above: That's Brad Moore looking concerned between sessions, but then...Brad always looks concerned. Well, between sessions anyway. Above: Brad is working the hair fan during one of…

    My new book, "Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers," just debuted at Photoshop World and I've had a lot of questions about the book, what it covers, and how it does it, so we're hosting a retouching book shindig later this week. You're invited to join Matt and me for this free online webinar (a Web-seminar if you will), where I'll be sharing some of my favorite techniques from the book, and I'll be taking your questions about the book, and portrait retouching in general, live on the air. When: This Thursday, April 14th at 3:00 pm EDT Where: Click this link to register now for free Be sure to┬áregister now for a chance to win some prizes and sign up for a reminder in the liveblog window to the right. Then, join us on the 14th at 3pm EST. See you there! And…

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