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You might have noticed that we’ve started holding Google Hangouts each month (in fact we’re about to hold multiple ones).  It’s all a part of our campaign to make Photofocus a more important part of your photography education. In case you missed it (or couldn’t catch the whole thing). Here’s the recording.  A big thanks […]

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One very useful feature inside of Lightroom’s Library Module is the Survey mode. This is a fantastic tool to use when you have a photo-shoot filled with many similar images, and you need to edit them down to just a few keepers. I use this a lot with my food photography images, since I tend […]

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Many users have expressed concerns that their Photoshop files were somehow being held hostage by Adobe.  Of course, we’ve listed a lot of other apps that work with Photoshop.  But here’s a new workflow I just figured out. 1. Open your file in Photoshop. 2. Choose File > Save As. 3. From the format menu choose […]

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One of my absolute favorite features inside of Lightroom is the Collections panel. Collections allow the user to “collect” photos from different folders all into one place to organize projects or ideas. Putting photos into a collection does not move the image; instead, it references the file and groups them however you like, similar to […]

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This Friday we have a great Google+ hangout all about Photoshop and digital imaging. You can sign up here and watch for free. One of our guests is Bryan O’Neil Hughes — Senior Product Manager for Photoshop. Here’s a sample tutorial from Bryan Avoid having Content-Aware Fill introduce unwanted details when it fills in areas […]

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Bryan O’Neil Hughes is the Senior Product Manager for Photoshop and a pinch hitter for the Lightroom team. Since 1999 he has helped test, drive, demonstrate, and lead development of Adobe’s professional digital imaging applications.  Not only was he on our latest podcast, but we’re also thrilled to have Bryan on our next Google+ hangout. […]

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It’s getting cold outside, and that’s the perfect time to curl up with the warm glow of a computer and do some post processing.  We’ve put together a fantastic Google Hangout so you can learn from some of the top experts on the planet (absolutely free)! An Insiders’ Look at Photoshop and the Future of […]

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Are you interested in video?  Welcome to our series on how to edit video using Adobe Photoshop. In this fourth episode, you’ll learn how to enhance your project with sound.  You’ll see how to load a music track and adjust the volume of your clips. The Photoshop editing interface is easy to learn and master. Can’t […]

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I just got back from a conference that targeted creative professionals who do work in the government space.  I had previously worked with the folks behind Airman magazine… a very cool digital magazine that’s available for free.  It’s built using Adobe’s Digital Publishing platform. You can get the free magazine here. Be sure to pull it down […]

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Are you interested in video?  Welcome to our series on how to edit video using Adobe Photoshop. In this third episode, you’ll learn how to build your sequence.  You’ll see how to load multiple shots into the timeline and then refine each shot’s duration.  The Photoshop editing interface is easy to learn and master. Can’t […]

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This week’s show features two interviews from different points of view in the photo industry.  We catch up with noted portrait photographer Brian Smith about his work to capture unique images of some of the most photographed subjects in the world.  Then we speak with Bryan O’Neil Hughes to learn about the next generation of digital imaging tools and workflows from Adobe.

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A few of you told us you were having trouble purchasing the Photoshop Photography Program.  We checked in with Adobe and they decided to extend the program for a few more days through December 8. The Photoshop Photography Program is available to anyone who wants to participate (but only until December 8, 2013). The Photoshop Photography Program includes the following for […]

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The folks at Adobe have three sales going on this Black Friday shopping period.  These deals are  time limited, and may help a lot of you out with your photo software needs. Software Application Name Valid Dates Special Pricing Lightroom 5 Nov. 28 – Dec. 7 (9 p.m. PT on Nov. 27 to 11:59 p.m. […]

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Are you interested in video?  Welcome to our series on how to edit video using Adobe Photoshop. In this first episode, you’ll learn how to set up Adobe Photoshop CC so it’s ready to edit multiple video files together. Over the next two weeks, we’ll walk you through the complete editing process. ______ This Post […]

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Rejuvination

In a recent podcast, we were privileged to hear from the talented Julieanne Kost, Principal Evangelist for Photoshop and LIghtrom at Adobe Systems with an incredibly talented knack of digital imagery.  In her work, Julieanne combines a passion for photography with a mastery of digital imaging techniques.  With a degree in psychology, Julieanne constructs worlds […]

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NEWACR

Last week I told you about the next version of Photoshop Lightroom that was in the works.  One of the things that excites me most is support for new cameras.  It’s always a drag when you’ve got a brand new camera and you can’t open up its raw file to make major edits.  Sure, the […]

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Have you ever been working away in photoshop, keyboard short-cutting like no other, when suddenly you do something that is unexpected and awesome?  It happened to me when working on a image of the French Quarter in New Orleans.  This technique is one of the best kept secrets in Photoshop and it has changed the […]

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Do you love Camera Raw?  Well, you might not know that it can be used on video clips too! With Photoshop CC you can run Camera Raw as a Smart Filter on pretty much any still or video file. ______ This Post Sponsored by: lynda.com Learn photography anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace—from bite-sized tutorials […]

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This week’s show features three of the photo industry’s best and brightest.  First up,  Melissa Niu interviews Damien Lovegrove, a portrait photographer from the UK. Next Rich Harrington interviews Mike Kubeisy about his work in Hollywood. Finally, Julieanne Kost shares her insights into photography and Adobe.

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This article is a guest post from Gerard Murphy or Mosaic.  His company uses the Cloud to provide services to Lightroom users. The Adobe naysayers have been working overtime lately. They aren’t talking about the quality of the Adobe software or the amazing advances in digital photography in the past decade, but their frustration with […]

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The Adobe Create Now tour is making its way around the planet.  The tour focusses on helping creatives learn new ways to publish their work.  This is a free event and a good chance to see some of the things you can do with the Creative Cloud. Adobe brings experts and evangelists to your city, […]

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