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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    The third installment of my popular "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" series for Kelby Training Online went live this week at Kelby Training Online, and if you can check it out right here. As always in this series, I do everything from scratch, starting with an empty studio, and taking you through all the steps, from setting up the backgrounds and lighting, then going into the live shoot itself, and then finally through the full editing and retouching process to create our final image. Hope you guys enjoy the final installment of this three-part series (though I will be adding a new series of segments this spring).

    Thanks to the nearly 800 photographers who came out to spend the day with me in Washington DC yesterday for my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers Tour." The DC crowd is just absolutely a blast to present to, and I had such a fun time teaching the class, and meeting lots of new people. Jeff Revell stopped by the seminar, as did Rob from Towner Jones photography (Got an update from Rob on the final numbers for the Worldwide PhotoWalk T-Shirts sales that he coordinated, and it's amazing---$7,000+ raised for the Springs of Hope Orphanage just from those t-shirt sales). Anyway, I had such a wonderful time, and I hope you guys did, too. Thanks for hospitality and hope to see you guys again soon!

    Just a quick update on where I'll be teaching seminars and stuff: (1) Washington D.C. on this coming Monday (at the Washington Convention Center) for my "Photoshop for Digital Photographers Tour." There are only about 40-something seats left at this point. I hope you snag one of them! Here's the link. (2) I'll be giving the Keynote and teaching both Photoshop and Lightroom classes at Professional Imaging 2010 in the Netherlands week after next, March 7th and 8th in Utrecht (just outside Amsterdam). You can get all the details (and watch a little intro video from me) right here. (3) I'm teaching three classes, and hosting the Keynote at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo coming up in Orlando, March 24-26, 2010. Here's the link. I'm also teaching a lighting session in the Bogen Imaging booth on the show floor as well (details on…

    Happy Thursday everybody, and a big thanks to Nick Onken for his Guest Blog post yesterday! Now, here's what's up: Photo Walk Pro to Host Free Photo Walk at Photoshop World Jeff Revell over at PhotoWalkPro.com (one of the sponsors of annual World Wide Photo Walk) is hosting a free Photo Walk the day before Photoshop World begins (so, if you haven't signed up for a precon by the time Photoshop World starts, now you have something fun to do!). Jump over to PhotoWalkPro.com for all the details. Catch Matt and Me with Bert! Don't know if you saw this one, but during the last Photoshop World, Photoshop Hall of Famer Bert Monroy had Matt and I on his Pixel Perfect Internet TV show as guests, and we did some Photoshop tricks, and talked with Bert and stuff, and if you get a sec,…

    Now this is big! Adobe has recently rolled out a special program to invite some members of NAPP (the National Association of Photoshop Professionals) to become private Beta testers of the next version of Adobe Photoshop, and start working with the future of Photoshop today. Members who are invited to become Beta testers have to complete a non-disclosure agreement, and agree to abide by Adobe's testing procedures (this isn't a public beta, so Adobe is looking for your feedback and testing results).  We, at NAPP, put together a special video on what the requirements are to become an official beta tester, and the link to the video is in the invitation email, should you receive it. If you're a NAPP member, keep an eye on your email in-box sometime before Friday, as you may be invited to join the program (thousands of NAPP members…

    I saw this comment regarding my blog post on Friday about Photoshop's 20th anniversary party: How about a trip report from AFTER the festivities? Who you hung our with, where you ate, and what you reminisced about? Inquiring minds want to know! So, I thought I'd give a little behind-the-scenes look, but I have to warn you up front; you're going to be incredibly jealous of the bling-bling, glamorous lifestyle we experience during high profile events like this (wink). ;-) Now Boarding: Coach Passenger Kelby We started our trip on Wednesday morning, getting up at 5:00 am so we can catch the first of our two flights----the first departing at 7:05 am. The plane was packed---there wasn't an empty seat to be found (in Delta coach), and I got pinned in a window seat on the 5-hour leg beside two people who have bladders…

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