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  • As I'm writing this, I gotta tell ya --- I can't believe it myself, but Adobe is giving everyone who attends the upcoming Photoshop World Conference & Expo  (Sept 4-6, 2013) in Vegas, a FULL one year Adobe Creative Cloud membership. I am just floored! That's a $600 membership, because you get it all!!! Photoshop CC, Lightroom, InDesign, Illustrator, Premiere Pro, Muse, Dreamweaver, and on and on, and it all comes with your paid full conference registration. Freakin' yeah, baby!!!! :) If you're already registered for Photoshop World, you still get the one year Adobe Creative Cloud membership deal. If you haven't registered yet (there's still time -- in fact if you register before Aug. 2nd, you get a $100 early bird discount), you get the CC membership free. So, now, here's the deal: (1) You get world-class Photoshop, Lightroom, Creative Cloud and photography…

    Photoshop World Webcast - TONIGHT! Be sure to tune in tonight at 7:00PM ET to get a glimpse of what's going to be happening at Photoshop World Vegas! The Photoshop Guys will be showing you what they're teaching at the conference, and we'll also have tutorials from other instructors! If you have questions, we'll be talking to you in the live chat and answering them on air. We'll also be offering an additional discount to people who register during the webcast, and we have some free stuff to give away (including tickets to Photoshop World), so register now to be entered into the drawing for those! It's all happening at PhotoshopWorld.com/webcasts tonight at 7:00PM ET, so we'll see you there (invite your friends too)! Studio Photography Techniques Using Constant Lighting Join Master Craftsmen Photographer James Schmelzer in Studio Photography Techniques Using Constant Lighting as he guides…

    Perception. When you watch a James Bond movie you just know James will show up in a black tux adjusting his bow tie and tugging his jacket to look sharp, kind of like “That’s right I’m here. Bond, James Bond!” Actually it’s just an actor playing a role of a very cool British Secret Agent. My personal favorites are Sir Sean Connery and Pierce Brosnan. Here’s a photo of my funny friend Michael Weatherly in the infamous pose... I am Mike Kubeisy. I’ve been shooting in Hollywood for many years and perception is a huge part on the set. It may look like a wood floor, but it’s actually paint on cement. Many times I’ll touch something to see what it really is, only to be amazed that it's not what it appears, but it sure looks good. That actor’s character is mean and…

    A big thanks and shout-out to Flipboard for including my Flipboard 2.0 magazine "Cool Photography Stuff" on their Inside Flipboard blog last week in a post about Flipboard magazines for photography. If you're not familiar with Flipboard, it's a killer App for the iPad and Android tablets that transforms your Twitter, Facebook, G+ and other social media feeds into a beautifully laid-out magazine, and it changes your social media experience to a much richer, more visual experience (perfect for photographers and designers). Two years ago, Apple named Flipboard their "App of the Year" (yes, it's that good), but this year Flipboard took things up a notch by allowing anyone to create and curate their own custom Flipboard magazine, using content shared on the Web and social media, so I launched my own (they're free to create, and free to subscribe to. In fact, even…

    (Above: a 2014 Mercedes Benz CLS 550, in a dark grey with a hint of blue. Thanks to Tony Pinero for the car).  Ever since I started shooting cars, I've wanted to shoot one in a studio, but there have been a couple of obstacles. One being finding a studio with a really large white cove that's big enough to drive a car into, but the really big obstacle is to find one that has a giant car-sized softbox overhead (like the 10-foot x 30-foot F2X from Chimera, but the price is......the price is...well....see below). That gives you some idea of why, outside of Detroit, finding a studio with one of these with an affordable rental rate is pretty challenging. Well, it would be for a regular guy, but not for the amazing Brad Moore, who found Studio 75, a commercial rental studio set up…

    http://youtu.be/Q-x9esAkXKA#aid=P-uMMfKDHis Last week on my Facebook and Twitter pages, I posted a link to a Great article on Annie Leibovitz on "Getting the Shot, and the Future of Photography" over at FastCompany (shown below). I have to say, her new campaign for Disney has made me a Leibovitz fan. Really brilliantly done, and the article has some great insights about shooting portraits. Worth a read (and the Disney photos are seriously very special). Well, after I posted the link to the article (here's the link by the way ---- definitely worth the read: http://bit.ly/1aJjik5), a conversation started where some we're trying to give anyone but Annie the credit for the amazing shots. They wanted it to go to anyone from the set designer to the post production people to the hair and make-up --- anyone but her (and yes, it does take all of those folks…

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