Tag: Photoshop

Processing and Fast Food

Processing and Fast Food

| July 17, 2013 | 6 Replies

… while photographing, the “tecnician” takes over and obscures the emotional side from my view. When printing, the emotional side takes over. –Minor White A couple of decades ago I made my first foray into black and white photography. Naively, I purchased a roll of Kodak T-Max, exposed it the same way I was used […]

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Adobe Creative Cloud – A Photographer’s Perspective

Adobe Creative Cloud – A Photographer’s Perspective

| May 10, 2013 | 12 Replies

Like many, I was disappointed to learn of Adobe’s decision to eliminate perpetual licensing for its (now former) Creative Suite applications. Certainly, this is not all bad news, especially for those who routinely use multiple products and may benefit from the new pricing model. For me, and many photographers, though, who primarily use just one […]

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Creative B&W Processing Techniques eBook

Creative B&W Processing Techniques eBook

| July 11, 2012 | 5 Replies

It is my great pleasure to announce my latest eBook: Creative B&W Processing Techniques. Designed as a companion to my earlier title Creative Processing Techniques, this new eBook extends my creative process framework with concepts and techniques unique to digital processing of B&W images, along with thoughts on approaching B&W photography as an expressive visual […]

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Creative Processing Techniques eBook Now Available!

Creative Processing Techniques eBook Now Available!

| April 30, 2011 | 5 Replies

I am proud to announce that my new 168-page Creative Processing Techniques eBook is now available for purchase. The book took nearly 6 months to write and describes my creative approach to digital image processing using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. In addition to hands-on techniques, examples, and exercises, the eBook also describes my workflow-based approach […]

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eBook Teaser: Creative Processing Techniques

eBook Teaser: Creative Processing Techniques

| March 2, 2011 | 14 Replies

My next eBook: Creative Processing Techniques in Nature Photography is rapidly taking shape and I hope to release it in the next couple of months. My goal was to write the processing book I wish I had years ago when I sat down to work on my first digital files. It is a processing guide […]

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No Lesser An Art

No Lesser An Art

| October 25, 2010 | 20 Replies

These past few days I’ve been fortunate to witness extraordinary beauty while driving and hiking in my beloved deserts of the American West. I started my journey on the high plateaus of Southern Utah, catching the last of the turning aspens and the early snow storms before descending into the southern canyons to see the […]

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Photography’s Eternal Identity Struggle

Photography’s Eternal Identity Struggle

| November 2, 2009 | 11 Replies

By Jim Goldstein This blog post was written by photographer and friend Jim Goldstein. Jim is a great photographer and pioneer of social networking. Our blog post exchange today touches on a subject discussed in an essay titled “This Photo Is Lying to You” by Rob Haggart in Outside Magazine. After a brief exchange via […]

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