Too many people work too hard on their workflow. Smartflow takes the work out of Workflow. Dave Cross has been teaching Photoshop since 1990. The Canadian-born educator is well respected by students and fellow instructors. He’s the instructor other instructors turn to for advice. I met Dave many years ago at Photoshop World. This year Photoshop World turns […]
Professionally, I often use GoPro cameras to capture behind-the-scenes footage and time-lapses of pipeline builds for clients. Personally, I use it as my primary dive camera, at least until I settle on a pro dive rig. For the price, form factor, image quality and general ease of use, it is hard to beat the GoPro […]
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 […]
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 try my best to use my work time as efficiently as possible. So, how can you be more “efficient” […]