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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    My buddy, portrait photographer, and Web guru, and HDR Expert RC Concepcion is tonight's special guest on Peachpit's "Photo Club" and everybody's invited (it's free), and tonight he'll be talking about photography, Photoshop, and all sorts of cool RC stuff. Here's how Peachpit describes it: Join Peachpit and Layers TV host RC Concepcion for the next Peachpit Photo Club webcast on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 from 8 to 9 p.m. ET (5 to 6 p.m. PT). RC will cover everything essential about getting yourself and your work on the Web—what to do, what not to do, useful techniques, how to present your work, and more. Plus, he'll jump into the software side a bit and show you some simple in and out techniques for working with your images, hosting your images, and getting up to speed quickly—just like he does in his popular podcasts.…

    We just got even more prizes to give away next Friday in New York City at the free Photoshop CS5 Summit. That's right----now we have a bunch of $250 Gift Cards to the most amazing camera store in the world----B&H Photo! This all takes place next Friday, and if you want to be there (it's free), make sure you snag your seat right now. Here are all the details. Hope to see you there!! Who: Your instructors are “The Photoshop Guys,” Me, Matt Kloskowski, RC Concepcion, Corey Barker, and Dave Cross When: One night only—Friday, June 25th, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm Where: The Hammerstein Ballroom, at the Manhattan Center, New York City Cost: Free, free, free!!!! Why: ‘To celebrate the launch of Photoshop CS5! (Adobe will be there, too!) Reserve your Free Ticket: Go right here. To Learn more: Just watch this quick…

    First, a big thanks to everyone who posted such thoughtful and in-depth comments yesterday. I read all of them (over a 130), and not only did you guys make some great points (on both sides of the ball), everybody remained very civil throughout a topic that often sets "guns a blazin'" Way to go! Because yesterday's post resonated with a lot of folks, I wanted to do a brief follow-up post today based on a some of your comments, and I was hoping to get your thoughts and ideas on a couple of topics: First, just what constitutes an "Over-the-top" HDR shot? What do you (we, us, they) consider an over-the-top shot? Take a look at the images above, taken by my buddy, and HDR expert, RC Concepcion. I love both of those shots. They both got loads of HDR tone-mapping going on (though…

    I remember showing someone one of my black and white prints a few years ago---and I could tell there was something they really didn't like about it. They stared at it for a minute or so, and then said, "Why is it in black and white?" I told them that the shot was originally taken in color, and that I had converted it to black and white in Photoshop, and they said something along the lines of "Why would you do that?" After talking a little longer, they just told me flat out that they just didn't like black and white photography. Never had, and they couldn't understand why anyone would take a perfectly good color image and remove all the color. (Sigh). I understand that everybody has different tastes, and some folks just don't like black and white, or duotones, and some people…

    Camera Raw 6.1 is Here, too! Earlier in the week Adobe released the latest version of Camera Raw (version 6.1) for Photoshop CS5 users. It's been on Adobe labs for a while, kind of marinating in testing mode, but now it's fully baked and ready for downloading (you can use the built-in updater inside Photoshop CS5---go under the Help menu and choose Updates), or go to Adobe's Website and download it here (Mac | Windows ) Supreme Makeover Contest MacMall has got a really clever (and really sweet) contest that can re-equip your Large or Small studio with up to $17,000 of really juicy gear (Including CS5, of course). You gotta check his out (here's the link). My Moab Workshop is Sold Out I found out on Wednesday that my Moab workshop with Bill Fortney (the one I mentioned here on Tuesday) had sold…

    I only do one landscape workshop a year, and I only do it with my good friend, and world famous landscape photographer Bill Fortney, and we only have 15 spots open, and I'm hoping you snag one of those, because I promise you----you are going to learn a ton, laugh a lot, and come away with some amazing photos and new techniques. This time we're headed out to the Moab, Utah area (Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park), and if you're comin' along, plan on gettin' up early for some amazing sunrise shooting, then later we're back in the classroom for Lightroom, Photoshop, and Photography, and afterward we're back out for a sunset shoot in some of the most scenic landscape locales in the country. Joining Bill and I are photographers Wayne Bennett (who was with us last year in Savannah) and Richard…

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