Lightroom 3 ACE Exam Aid Now Available
Apr20

Lightroom 3 ACE Exam Aid Now Available

The folks over at Examaids.com have announced their Lightroom 3 Exam Aid. Now, if you’re thinking “Hey, it’s about time – Lightroom 3 has been out for about 10 months now”, just know that Adobe doesn’t typically release the ACE exam for it’s products until 6-12 months after the product release. I can’t recommend the Exam Aids enough. If you’re serious about prepping for the test,...

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News – Webcast with Scott Kelby
Apr14

News – Webcast with Scott Kelby

If you’re around at 3pm EDT today then stop by to check out a live webcast I’ll be doing with Scott Kelby. Scott’s brand new book, Professional Portrait Retouching Techniques for Photographers Using Photoshop, is tearing up the charts. To celebrate it’s release, he’s doing a live webcast with lots of retouching tips and tricks. Since Scott get’s most of his retouching techniques from me, he asked me...

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New Lightroom Plug-in (Rays) From Digital Film Tools
Apr13

New Lightroom Plug-in (Rays) From Digital Film Tools

Hey everyone. Digital Film Tools released a new Lightroom (and Photoshop) plug-in called Rays. It’s actually pretty cool. You can create realistic light rays that look like they’re coming through a window or clouds. You can find out more at their website here. I guess my question to you is, would you use something like this? Lightroom being a tool for photographers, what’s your feelings about artificially adding...

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Professional Imaging 2011 Recap
Apr04

Professional Imaging 2011 Recap

Right before Photoshop World, Adobe invited me to be a keynote speaker at Professional Imaging 2011 in the Netherlands. When my wife heard about the invite, she immediately accepted (She LOVES Europe!). So we decided to make a work/play trip out of it. I’m Amazed! First, we stayed in Amsterdam while I spoke at Professional Imaging in the Netherlands. What a cool conference! They had about 7000 people attend in 3 days. It’s...

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Worth-a-click
Mar25

Worth-a-click

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The Story of the "Unintended" Illegal HDR Photo
Mar23

The Story of the "Unintended" Illegal HDR Photo

Last June I wrote a post called “The Story of the Illegal HDR” (link). It was a story about how I captured my HDR photo of St. Patricks Cathedral in New York City. It spurred over 400 comments in 2 days and some of them got pretty heated. Most people were on my side, but there was a good portion of people that thought what I did was dead wrong (to put it lightly) Fast forward to last week. I was asked by Adobe to come be...

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