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Photoshop and Lightroom are a great combination but sometimes is gets confusing on what edits should be done in which program. I use a simple Halloween photo to show my workflow. Along the way, I demonstrate the power of plugins such as Topez’s Simplify and Photoshop’s own Poster Edge filter.

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PixelmatorCLONE

Let’s continue our look at Pixelmator (an alternative tool for processing images). Want to fix just a part of your image in Pixelmator?  Learning how to clone pixels is an essential way to remove distracting elements or hide damaged areas of a shot. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and Running with Pixelmator course by […]

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Breaking up is hard to do. No one likes coming to the realization that a once blossoming relationship is now dwindling, leaving you less than fulfilled and perhaps jaded. When Apple dealt the blow back in June that it was killing my beloved Aperture, I was heartbroken. I was an early adopter of Aperture. Actually, because […]

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There are so many options for cloud backup storage today, but Amazon just announced a great plan for their Amazon Prime subscribers. Unlimited Photo Storage with Amazon Prime. I’ve been an Amazon Prime subscriber for a few years now and the perks just keep coming to make it worth the price of the membership. Not only […]

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Thanks to Adobe… we’ll be giving away one copy of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan every week.  From now until the end of January is your chance to win (or extend you current membership) one year. We’ve decided to give away the prizes through our Facebook page.  All you you need to do is visit […]

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Going Mobile

I like being productive: fixing things, cleaning rooms, building up cities, conquering countries, culling pictures. I like comfy things: beds, couches, car seats, fluffy stuff, shoes, pillows. So, what if… one could be productive AND comfortable!? With Lightroom Mobile, you can cull, edit, and amaze yourself with the productivity that you’ve had on the comfort of your own couch (and it […]

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A lot of self-employed creatives work from home. Photographers, web designers, graphic designers, video guys . . . me included. It’s convenient, cost-effective, and is a great option if you’re just starting out. But working from home is one of the hardest things to do. There are so many distractions . . . the internet, […]

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