bert

Our friends at lynda.com have released a great series of videos commemorating the 25th anniversary of Photoshop.  One of our favorites is on Bert Monroy who’s been a frequent guest on our podcast (here and here). Bert is an amazing artist and his attention to detail and study of light is inspirational to all photographers. […]

Rate this:

Sanibel-Island-Skim-Boarding-Featured

In between jobs, a few friends and I took a trip to the beach for a little rest and relaxation. Teddy, Alec, Vanelli and myself trekked out to the Sanibel Island Lighthouse just outside Fort Myers, Florida. Some of us…Vanelli…couldn’t sit still long enough and decided to come up with a challenge. Armed with just a few beach chairs, a skim board, and our phones, we set out to create something unique – just for fun.

Rate this:

camera_calibration_cover

Found in both Lightroom and Adobe Camera RAW lies a module that you may skip over, but it actually holds a lot of power. ‘Mainly’ used as a calibration for your camera it can be a great creative tool. Lets take a look at Camera Calibration; Where To Find Camera Calibration In Lightroom you’ll find […]

Rate this:

PSV handout.pdf
skiesba

If you’re working with raw files in post, it’s possible to recover blown-out skies in Photoshop.  There is often a surprising amount of information hidden within the pixel details.Learn how in this tutorial.  Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/Photoshop-tutori… This Post Sponsored by: Photoshop World. Learn more in 3 days than you have in 3 years. Photoshop World is the […]

Rate this:

Screen Shot 2015-05-13 at 1.04.58 PM

You may be tempted to think that Photoshop World is just about Adobe software. While there’s no doubt that it’s THE place to learn Photoshop, it’s also the place to learn Lightroom but beyond that it’s a great place to learn photography. Over the last 10 years, I have spoken at PSW three times, live-blogged […]

Rate this:

cc-feature

The Adobe® Creative Cloud™ (“CC” for short) subscription model has been out for some time now, but it seems that there is still some confusion on how the Creative Cloud actually works. Because of this, I thought I would write up a post to try and squash the misunderstandings about “the cloud” when it refers to Adobe. Here’s a break-down of how the […]

Rate this: