nodate-558

One of my favorite photo events is Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk.  This year’s Photo Walk event will be held on October 5. It’s a cool event that lets photographers socialize, walk around, shoot photos, and have fun with other photographers. The event is totally free and a total blast. Last year there were over 900 Photo […]

Rate this:

Screen Shot 2013-09-06 at 7.59.23 PM

This year’s Las Vegas edition of Photoshop World was one of the best ever in my opinion. I always have loved this show. Even when I wasn’t speaking I would always try to go. I learn something new every time I go to PSW – whether or not I am teaching. This year’s theme was […]

Rate this:

One of my favorite times of year (it happens twice) is Photoshop World.  Very soon in Las Vegas you can attend this great event to learn more about Photoshop, Lightroom, Photography, and Design.  Both Scott and I will be speaking at the event, so you’ll want to catch up. We’ll have more details soon, but […]

Rate this:

Adobe is hosting a special event about Adobe Creative Cloud on December 11, 2012, starting at 10AM PST. Our good friend and Photoshop expert Scott Kelby is one of the presenters. He’ll show off hidden gems in Photoshop CS6. Create Now Live is an online event hosted on Facebook. Be sure to visit the event at http://on.fb.me/Sj0YBZ You can […]

Rate this:

Scott Kelby and gang have launched the first ever Google+ Photographers Conference in San Francisco. I was invited to attend by the Kelby Media Group and am grateful for the invitation. With the basics out of the way, I’ll say that I am not a speaker here and it’s been almost 15 years since I’ve […]

Rate this:

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 […]

Rate this:

Adobe released the beta version of Lightroom 4. Here are just some of the killer new features: 1. MUCH better video integration 2. Soft proofing 3. Better geotagging 4. New shadow/highlight controls 5. Photo books via Blurb – (Will this be the end of Aperture for Scott Kelby who primarily liked Aperture’s photo books feature:)) […]

Rate this: