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Adobe Comp is one of a few new apps released for the iPad by Adobe of late. Comp allows designers to quickly build mock-ups of their project and then send them to Indesign, Photoshop or Illustrator for completion. This video is an introduction to the app, highlighting the building blocks for creating comps quickly and […]

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If you’re a Lightroom user, and if you love using presets on your images, then you’re in for a treat! In the links below you will find literally hundreds of free presets you can use in your images. Contrastly Contrastly is an online magazine about photography, technology, visual arts, photography techniques, and other topics that fall in between. […]

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Photoshop is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and a lot has changed over the years.  Hear from the creator’s and pioneers of Photoshop about how the tools evolved.  You can also explore the history of Photoshop’s tools and how they evolved over the past 25 years. http://bit.ly/1MSKa2A This Post Sponsored by: Arizona Highways Photo Workshops. For more than […]

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Adobe recently launched a great new iPad app for creating web based presentations like newsletters or magazines. This is also a great way to create photo essays to showcase your images and tell a story. Adobe Slate is easy to use and is packed full of features. In this video I take a brief overview […]

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I’ve got a free webinar this Friday that you might find helpful.  I’m going to cover strategies that work with Apple and Adobe video tools on how to improve the look of video.  This is a free event that you can watch live or check out the archive after. Friday, March 20th at 12pm EST […]

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When I travel, especially to parts of the world where I know I am creating photographs I don’t want to lose, I try to store my photos in two or three different locations. The more places they are stored, the less chance of anything happening to the images. I am usually traveling because of photography, either to […]

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If you have traveled to anywhere considered “touristy”, then you probably already understand the woes of being a photographer who has too many people in the scene they want to photograph. Even if it’s just one person in your way, by the time that person leaves it is usually replaced with another (or more). The good news […]

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