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  • Category Archives Updates

    It's February---let's try something completely different. Nah! Here's what's up: Big Electric Cat is Back! In an on-going effort to make absolutely certain I never sleep, my band "Big Electric Cat" (featuring Kalebra on vocals, Felix Nelson on Bass, Scott Stahley on Keyboards, me on Keyboards, and Tony Llanes on lead guitar), will be playing live in concert at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo attendee party, held this year at the new BB King's Blues Club, in Orlando, Florida (that's us above playing in Vegas last year---photos by David Ziser). Hope I'll see you there! I saw the cover of Blender Magazine, over at the PDN Plus blog, and they pointed out something I think is both clever, and the reality of the digital retouching world we now live in. The cover has a photo of Brittney Spears wrapped in a bedsheet, but…

    OK, this isn't exactly Photoshop related, but it's for creative people (like you), so I really wanted to turn you on to it. I've been a fan of Garr Reynold's blog on presentation design for a few years now (here's the link), and when I saw (two days ago), that Garr had written Presentation Zen, an entire book on designing slide presentations, I knew I had to get it. Well, it came in today, and read it cover to cover tonight. This book is absolutely brilliant (that's why I gave it my first 2008 "Scott Thinks It's Hot Award!"), and should be required reading for anyone that has to do a business slide presentation on any level. It's that good! What really got me excited about this book (besides the obvious design aspects of it) is that it's really a book about how to…

    The NAPP member forums have been buzzing about Dave Hill's work, and I have to agree; I think Dave's stuff is absolutely kick-butt brilliant; from his composition, to his lighting, to his retouching work in Photoshop; he's got "The look" that everybody wants (from the biggest magazines to this Fortune 500 clients). But beyond that, I love that he's taking it to the next level by posting behind-the-scenes videos from his shoots. They have a very live "you're right there on the set" feel to them, and I really think you'll enjoy them (I love 'em!). When you go to his site, in the bottom right corner of his home page, click the "Behind the Scenes" button, and then you'll be taken to a page with a list of his videos. Kudos to Dave and his team for not only shooting some great work,…

    John Paul Caponigro's first online class goes live today at KelbyTraining.com and we couldn't be prouder to have JP join our faculty. If you've ever seen John Paul teach live at Photoshop World, or during the Epson Print Academy, you know what a brilliant, inspirational teacher he is, and as you can see from the title, he's teaching new techniques and ways of working in Photoshop that only John Paul can. Here's his description of the new class: Drawing with Light: 21st Century Dodging & Burning Today you can enhance select areas of any image with extraordinary power and precision. Simple brushing techniques applied precisely can take your image to a whole new level, giving you vastly expanded possibilities for creative expression. These essential go-to techniques will help you master selections and masks; simple masks, gradient masks, luminance masks, contour masks and more. Plus,…

    Here's some news. Quick. On Thursday. David Hobby (of The Strobist Fame) is bringing his super popular Location Lighting seminar to Orlando, Florida, on Saturday Feb 16, and Sunday Feb. 17th. His Saturday date is already sold out (Matt and I are going to be there), but there are still a few seats left for his Sunday date, but those seats won't be available for long, so if you want to go, click here for the full info, and to register. David duChemin, over at the PixelatedImage.com blog has a great in-depth review of the Think Tank Digital Holster (which replaces a traditional camera bag, by having you wear your gear around your waist in separate compartments). I just bought a similar Think Tank set-up myself while at Imaging USA, and although I haven't gotten a chance to try it out yet, it looks…

    I know, it's hard to believe (and even harder to watch), but starting next week (on Tuesday, Feb. 5th), Photoshop User TV goes from Internet Podcast to national TV broadcast, as each week's show will now be aired on the new Fox Business News channel (here's the link), which reaches into 20 million homes nationwide (none of which will be watching us). Of course, we'll still be posting the web version of Photoshop User TV, and the iTunes iPod version just like always, but now you can also watch us right there on your Television set (Freaky, I know). Same Dog; Same Tricks I don't want you to think for one moment that just because we're on real TV now, that the show will get any better. It will still have the same corny jokes, the same overuse of the word "Cool," the same…

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