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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    About a month ago we launched KelbyTV.com, a new home for all the video shows we produce each week, so folks would have a central location to find all our shows right online. Last week I mentioned that Dave Cross has launched his own new weekly Podcast called “Ask Dave” and now NAPP News (hosted by Larry Becker)  has joined the channel. The full list of weekly shows on KelbyTV.com include: Photoshop User TV D-Town TV Layers TV Lightroom Killer Tips Photoshop Killer Tips Ask Dave NAPP News Of course, you can subscribe to all of these shows using Apple’s iTunes, and watch them right on your iPhone, iPod Touch, etc. Here’s a direct link (make sure you catch the new episode of D-Town, with special in-studio guest Joe McNally).

    Did I say "Podcast?" I meant "Padcast." (Sorry, I just couldn't help myself). ;-)  Seriously though---Dave came up with a great idea for a weekly podcast---it's called "Ask Dave" (with Dave Cross) and basically you ask Dave Photoshop questions, and he answers them (Dave knows Photoshop on a crazy level). I love this new show-----it's short, sweet, and right to the point. Here's the link to watch the first episode on KelbyTV, and here's the link for submitting your questions to Dave on Twitter. Congrats Dave on launching your new show! (also catch Dave each week on the new Photoshop User TV).

    BIG NEWS: Adobe Photoshop is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Thursday, February 18th, and NAPP and Adobe are throwing an amazing party/celebration/Photoshop tip-fest and you are invited! Here's the scoop: When: February 18th, 2010 at 7:30 pm Where: In San Francisco, at the Palace of the Fine Art theater Who: This special evening is hosted by "The Photoshop Guys" (We'll all be there in person---Me, Matt Kloskowski, Dave  Cross, RC Concepcion and Corey Barker, each sharing some amazing Photoshop tips and techniques). Special Guests: Adobe's own Russel Preston Brown, Terry White and Julieanne Kost Ultra Special Guest: Adobe's VP of rock: Johnny L, who'll be giving you an exclusive, this-night-only, look at the future of Photoshop What: A history-making night of amazing Photoshop techniques, at look at where Photoshop's been (and where it's going), along with lots of laughs, music, and fun. Plus Cool…

    You gotta check this out, because this isn't just one of those things you don't see very often----this is something you just never see---an interview with John Knoll---the co-creator of Adobe Photoshop, and he's talking to Robert Scoble about the origin of Photoshop well....ya just gotta watch it. It's one of those must-watch clips for anyone with even a passing interest in Photoshop, and because it's John Knoll, you get insights and stories you won't hear anywhere else. Really great stuff! Here's the link---don't miss it.

    My first live seminar of the year is coming up at the end of this month as we bring my "Photoshop CS4 for Digital Photographers" tour to the Arlington Convention Center (just outside Dallas) on Friday, January 29th. I'm teaching five classes during full-day seminar: My "Seven-Point System" for Camera Raw Portrait Retouching Techniques Killer Photoshop Tips for Photographers Printing Techniques and How to Show Your Work My Photoshop Editing Workflow, from Start to Finish Here's the full class schedule, more details, and how to sign up (it's just $99 for the full day, including the printed workbook and goodies disc, or just $79 for NAPP members). I hope I'll get to meet you in person in Dallas in just a few weeks!

    Over the past few weeks, I’ve been highlighting some of the those little improvements Adobe snuck into Lightroom 3 Public Beta. These aren’t the features that are going to get any big fanfare, but may wind up impacting your daily workflow more than you’d think by either removing frustration or simply making things easier (and I’m all for that). The first one is a really helpful tweak they made to the Import Image window (which has been completely revamped in Lightroom 3, but it’s not about the redesign---it's about one particular tweak). Above: Previously, your only Import choice was lots of thumbnails. Now you can zoom in for a much larger preview to check sharpness, details, etc. #1 The first tweak is that you now get some of the same preview functionality in the Import Window before you import the photos, that normally you…

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