PFLRhangout

We’re holding a Google Hangout today (meaning Wednesday, January 22).  The topic is Lightroom and we’re going to tackle every photographer’s New Year’s resolution (getting organized).  You’ll learn important strategies for import and keeping your photos safe. Of course we’ll thrown in a few tips on developing (we can’t help ourselves). Here is the URL — https://plus.google.com/events/cecgikt5m6fmor43en4ev2s9634 Get […]

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PFLRhangout

We are thrilled to have another fun yet informative Google+ Hangout with some industry pros who want to tackle and throw down some pretty cool Photoshop Lightroom tips and tricks. This time its all about getting organized and keeping your photos safe. Of course we’ll thrown in a few tips on developing (we can’t help […]

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Many of you missed our last G+ Hangout?  It was a great one featuring Photoshop product manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes and Photoshop expert (and Photofocus contributor) Howard Pinsky. Can’t see the video? Click here — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjUYF4xLb_g We had an in-depth hangout about the latest improvements to Photoshop (as well as the future of digital imaging).  If […]

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Our next Google Hangout is underway (it actually starts TODAY at 1:00 pm ET / 10:00 AM PT. We’ve put together a fantastic Google Hangout so you can learn from some of the top gurus on the planet (absolutely free)! It’s your chance to hear from two experts of digital imaging.  Plus you can even […]

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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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We recently held our Lightroom focussed Google+ hangout.  Since many of you can’t join us live, we recorded it so you can enjoy it afterwards. The show featured special guests: Rob Sylvan, Levi Sim, and Gerard Murphy and was hosted by Melissa Niu. The show explored several great ways to keep your Lightroom library organized as well as tips […]

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A quick reminder… we’re holding our next Google+ Hangout TODAY. The topic this time is cool Photoshop Lightroom tips and tricks. Be sure to sign up here: https://plus.google.com/events/cmrmpqo45omgo1uhi37u2kgstts If you’re not a Google+ member, you can still see an embedded YouTube video on that page when the event starts Wednesday, October 30 at 10:00AM PT | 1:00 PM […]

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This is a co-written article by Scott Bourne and Richard Harrington. At Photofocus, we try to keep an eye on how our photos get used.  Social media has changed the landscape for photographers. We try to spot uses that we think need to be pointed out the the photographic community. Google+ is following Facebook’s footsteps […]

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In case you missed our first one on HDR, be sure to watch  on Google+ or YouTube. ______ This Post Sponsored by: lynda.com Learn photography anytime, anywhere, and at your own pace—from bite-sized tutorials to comprehensive courses. Try lynda.com free for 10 days by visiting lynda.com/ Photofocus. Mosaic A complete solution for photographers using Lightroom who want to […]

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HDRhangout

We’re excited to invite you to our first Google+ hangout this Thursday. Here is the URL for the event (be sure to signup for the event). https://plus.google.com/events/cllg6kjq6t3t7ge4a0a3nqjcvvs There is a YouTube player window on the page you can watch. You can also click here – http://youtu.be/K-4syJqwmDg It will be the first of an ongoing tradition, which […]

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We’ll be holding our first Google+ hangout on Thursday, October 3. This will be a chance to hangout with some of the Photofocus team live. Our first topic up is HDR (and we’ll even have a special sneak peek of something brand new). We’ll publish more details (like exact time and speaker list) shortly. We […]

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I’m always on the lookout for affordable apps that do cool things.  Well I’ve found another one, PicFrame that makes Photo Collages simple.  The app sells for 99¢ and is available for Mac, iOS, Droid, and Blackberry (it seems the developer hasn’t gotten around to Windows or Windows Phone). The app is very straightforward (although […]

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In a move that is far from shocking, Google has killed off Snapseed Desktop for Mac and PC. “Beginning today we’ll no longer sell or provide updates for Snapseed Desktop for Macintosh and Windows,” said the Official Google Blog. “Existing customers will continue to be able to download the software and can contact us for support. We’ll continue to […]

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If you own any Nik Software products (such as Silver Efex Pro and HDR Efex Pro like I do), you should know that Google bought the company recently.  That’s not the news though.  What’s important is that you transfer your customer info over to Google if you want to get support or upgrades. Going forward, […]

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On April 27, 2012, I wrote a post about the Google+ Photo Conference and why I am going. If you didn’t read it, stop now and give it a quick glance. You probably realize now that I am a big believer in anything Scott Kelby and his team are involved in. I am also a […]

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Wow – I spent 15 minutes writing a post about Google+ thinking it’s very innocuous and the whole world goes nuts. For those late to the party – read this post – Google Plus – Read the Fine Print BEFORE You Sign Up I can’t do anything about the Google fanboys/girls. They’re going to attack […]

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Here’s an update to this post – written to help settle the confusion caused by trolls mischaracterizing what I said. Please read my words – not what the trolls say I said – and judge for yourself. Thanks. Google is the company that started out with a simple mission – don’t be evil. I think […]

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