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.
By Rich Harrington — Follow Rich on Twitter At the bottom of the Camera Raw window is an often overlooked bit of text. Look closely and you’ll see some blue hyperlinked text that declares the color space, bit depth, and resolution settings for the image. Click this bit of text to open up the Workflow Options dialog box […]
Lately I’ve been posting some Photographs online only to get the old-fashioned, tired, lame, “that looks so good it could have only been done in Photoshop” comment. Really? 1995 called and wants its excuses back! Just because YOU can’t make a photograph doesn’t mean that someone else can’t. It’s easy to “blame” Photoshop. It makes […]
Photo Copyright Scott Bourne 2010 – All Rights Reserved I’m coming off eight weeks on the road, away from my Gig Harbor studio. Several of you wrote in this week to ask how my on-the-road workflow works. So here it is. I now have to manage both video and stills so this represents a slight […]
(Photo is Copyright Nicole S. Young – All Rights Reserved) Post by Nicole Young – Follow Nicole on Twitter I think that everyone reading this blog post, photographer or not, would agree with me when I say that their time is precious. I want to spend my time doing the things I enjoy, and I […]
Photo by Scott Bourne Here are the five steps… STEP 1) Shoot STEP 2) Transfer STEP 3) Edit STEP 4) Process STEP 5) Share When you make a photograph, you would do well to remember all five STEPS mentioned above. Now I realize that you have to do several of these steps no matter what, […]
Photo and Article by Ron Brinkmann
How do you organize your photos? No matter what photo organization tool you use – Aperture or Lightroom or iPhoto or Picasa or iViewMedia Pro – you still need to make some decisions about how things are kept within that application and it’s a question I’ve had a lot of people ask me. So let me take a minute to talk about what I do and the thinking behind it. This is going to be a bit long-winded since my workflow is, admittedly, somewhat convoluted but hopefully it’ll at least spark some discussion amongst the readers here.