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  • Category Archives Photoshop

    On June 24-28, thirty photographers will join me, along with landscape photography legend Bill Fortney, and fine art photographer Joanne Wells, for a photography and digital imaging workshop in the beautiful surroundings of Savannah, Georgia that will change how you shoot and process your images forever. You're invited to be one of those thirty photographers. This workshop, produced by the wonderful folks over at the "Great American Photography Workshops," will combine on-location shoots each day, with classroom time focused on one topic; how to create stunning landscape images. We start each day with a dawn photo shoot at some of the most beautiful shooting locales in the entire South. Then, after we break for a yummy breakfast, we're in the classroom where you'll learn about digital photography, about processing your images in Photoshop, and about how to combine the two to create really captivating…

    I know I kind of mentioned this in passing a few weeks back, but last week we officially announced the launch of my brand new Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks Tour, which is kicking off in Washington, DC on Friday, May 8th at the Washington Convention Center. If you're thinking of coming, I would definitely sign up now, because since we announced it last Thursday, this has been the fastest filling seminar in our 16-year history, and I want you to come spend the day with me (especially if you're a reader of this blog). This tour is all about Photoshop special effects, and creating the same looks you see in magazines, on TV, in Hollywood and on the Web, so I'm not going to be doing the standard stuff (like teaching color correction, or sharpening, or Camera Raw); instead this totally a day…

    OK gang, as promised, here's the cool secret thing: Today I'm releasing a free custom Photoshop CS4 panel that lets you get the RSS feed for this blog, "The Photoshop Insider" right inside Photoshop CS4 in its own separate panel (so it's just like any other panel [formerly known as palettes], inside Photoshop). If you click on the graphic above, you'll see the Photoshop Insider panel is right there alongside the Layers panel, Channels, Paths, etc. and you'll see the headlines from my posts, along with the RSS feed of the beginning of each post. If you see one that interests you, just click on Read More..... The ability to add your own custom panels to Photoshop is new in CS4, and it came in the form of a free utility called "The Configurator" which lets you customize and extend Photoshop in some amazing…

    We've been getting a lot of frantic calls and emails about our Photoshop for Photographers seminar next week in Houston with Ben Willmore, because a few days ago it sold out. The good news is; we were able to expand the ballroom in the Convention Center to accomodate more people (so everyone on the cancellation waiting list will be now able to attend), and if you weren't already signed up---now you can (although there are already less than 40 seats left, so if you're thinking of going----I'd sign up now. Here's the link.

    The other day I'm sitting at my desk between meetings, and I was thinking about something I wanted to do in Photoshop to a photo I had just taken, and something kind of just popped in my head that really surprised me. It was the realization that I hardly use Curves anymore. Now, I'm not talking about creating contrast using the Tone Curve in Camera Raw, or Lightroom (because I do that all the time)----I'm talking about actually color correcting your photos using good old-fashioned Curves (as seen above), or a Curves Adjustment Layer in Photoshop (which is essentially the same thing). This kind of freaked me out, because I used to live in Curves---I was in that dialog 50 times a day for years and years, and I couldn't imagine doing any kind of color correction in Photoshop without it, and now here…

    I can't believe it's already Friday (this week has flown by!). Before we get onto the news, a big thanks to Syl Arena for his excellent guest post this week. He didn't have an easy job being the next person to guest blog after Zack Arias' mini-epic movie post (which is now the #1 most commented post on this blog ever, with 458 comments), but Syl did a kick-butt job with his post, and a lot of you told him so in your comments. Thanks Syl---you done us proud, son! ;-) Now, onto the news: Adobe Releases CS4 Update A couple of days ago, Adobe released an update to Photoshop CS4 with bug fixes that address a number of issues, including "A number of issues that could cause slow performance have been addressed. Pen barrel rotation with Wacom tablets now works correctly. Photoshop now…

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