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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    My buddy and fellow "Photoshop Guy" Dave Cross did an excellent video clip on the just-released-today way cool "Flow" software (I bought a copy the first time I saw it back when it was still in Beta testing, and I got my serial number emailed to me last night, so I know it's shipping). I put the video here (above) so you can check it out (also, Dave unveils something new that wasn't in the public beta that will be of particular interest to a lot of you). Thanks Dave for putting this together. :)

    I've talked about Alltop.com before (which is basically a site that does a very clever job of gathering blogs about specific topics and it puts them all on one handy page, but that's just part of the story). They call it, an "online magazine rack" that they update every hour. Anyway, just recently, they introduced a feature called "MyAlltop" where you can set up your own Alltop page, with your own favorite blogs on it. So, I put one together with blogs about Photoshop, Photography, the Mac, and other stuff I check each day, and of all the things like this I've tried (various RSS readers, blog aggregators, Google-this, Yahoo-that, etc.), this is the quickest to use and easiest to set up. One of my favorite features of Alltop is that you can move your cursor over a headline and it shows you the…

    The blurry photo above was taken with my iPhone just a few minutes before the doors opened to my new Photoshop seminar. It shows the calm before the storm. On Friday, in our nation's capital, I met some of the most gracious, patient, and downright forgiving people on earth, because for two hours, at the kick-off of my "Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks," at the Washington Convention Center, I had absolutely the worst audio problems I've had in the 16 years I've been doing live Photoshop seminars. I am not kidding. Before the doors opened, we had tested, tweaked, and toned the center's audio system (I took the photo above during the soundcheck. That's Corey Barker walking through the ballroom as we were tweaking the audio. Luckily, we were in such a large ballroom that the in-house A/V company had an audio tech right…

    Hi gang. Here's what's up: Shooting the Sun & Fun Fly-in Last Friday my buddy, and co-workshop instructor, Bill Fortney hooked me up with media credentials to shoot one of the largest aviation events in the nation, the Sun & Fun Fly-in, in Lakeland, Florida. I was pretty psyched because that afternoon they had an airshow, and I had amazing access (right next to the runway), and what I was really excited about was shooting a squadron of F-16s. They were scheduled to take off around 5:00 pm, so we shot some classic warbirds and stunt planes while we were waiting, but then my cell phone rang and sadly my mother-in-law Barbara was on her way to hospital, so I immediately packed up my gear and headed back home (after all, there will be other airshows, but my mother-in-law is very precious to me).…

    Happy Thursday everybody. I'm back from three-days in the Florida Keys as chaperone for my son's school trip to "Sea Camp." It was three solid days without my laptop, without meetings, without working. It was awesome! OK, about this Thursday's Embarrassing Photo: I really can't explain it. I can't explain our hair. Why we were dressed that way. Or how we got gigs, or dates, or paid our bills, etc. but somehow, we did. Hey, it was an 80s disco band. Not much was expected of us. The band was called "7th Avenue," named after Ybor City's main drag--7th Ave. (From L to R: Drummer Randy Wheat, Bass Player Mark Southwick, Lead singer Chris Denham, Me [yes, I'm actually wearing a square-ended, knit tie from "Chess King."], lead guitarist Tony Llanes [of Big Electric Cat fame], and lead vocalist and rhythm guitar player Jose…

    This weekend I flew up to Detroit to spend the weekend with my buddy Terry White, and to do a presentation for his Macintosh User Group, "MacGroup Detroit." (There's a funny story about the snacks you see above coming up in a moment). They are just an absolutely fantastic group to present to, and I can't imagine any group any where being more welcoming, fun, and gracious to a guest speaker than they are. It really spoils you (Photo above by Louis Levin). This year my presentation was on Retouching Portraits in Photoshop, and I had a full 90-minutes so I could really cover a lot of ground. Of course, you can't go up to Terry's and not have a blast, because Terry really rolls out the red carpet, but this time was even more special because Terry had recently completed adding on a…

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