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Don’t miss our next Google Hangout. The event is TODAY, Monday, October 27, 2014.  It’s absolutely free to attend thanks to Adobe and Drobo. It starts at 4PM Eastern/1PM Pacific. NOTE: We will be giving away a copy of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan to one viewer during the event.  You must be watching live. Join Skip Cohen, Richard Harrington, and […]

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NOTE: This is an updated version of a post I wrote several years ago… Many of the greatest photographers I know (or know of) are also musicians. Ansel Adams was a concert pianist. Tony Sweet is a jazz drummer. Roberto Valenzuela is a classical guitarist. Graham Nash of Crosby, Stills and Nash fame is a […]

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One of the things I struggle with is organizing my cell phone images. On my iPhone, I can set up galleries or streams but I don’t always use them. QuickPics is offering a solution to tag and organize your mobile photos, and so far I love where they’re heading. With hundreds, if not thousands, of […]

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Lighting Fog : How I Got the Shot takes you through a 3 light set up using gels to produce some cool in camera effects.

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This week’s podcast interviews photographer Dave Black about his sports and light painting work. Then, get an overview of what’s going on with Lightroom from product manager Sharad Mangalick. Get the show here  or get it on iTunes — Don’t forget to post a review on iTunes. Dave Black We welcome back Dave Black to the show for an interview with […]

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Evening on the beach

We came across Peter’s work from our ViewBug contest a while back and needless to say, his landscape photography knocked our socks off.   Not only is his work simple, colorful with a hint of magic, but he captures such beautiful worlds in lands that I long to see.  The most shocking part about Peter, is […]

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“When we want mood experiences, we go to concerts or museums. When we want meaningful emotional experience, we go to the storyteller.”
Robert McKee