This is pretty exciting. We know there is Photoshop Touch but now Adobe seems to be working on Lightroom for iOS. There are some major problems Adobe need to work on, Lightroom in its current form has the ability to make an average computer struggle.
Aaron Nace is the man behind Phlearn. He’s a bit of a Photoshop wizard and his blog Phlearn has over 450 free Photoshop video tutorials. Of course all of this can’t be free and he sells what is known as Phlearn Pro tutorials where he goes into more details and shows you an entire Photoshop [...]
PhotoBlogStop has released a new post explaining the different Photoshop Blending modes. I’m currently in the process of finalising a new “Photoshop” centric workshop so when I came across this I thought I would share it with the wider community.
Over on the RAW Live Facebook Group, weve started a new challenge. John a long time member of the group went out and shot a sunset with his new Tokina lens, then posted the question “how would you edit this”.
We live in a digital world, where we in most cases deliver our files to our clients as a digital medium. The contact sheet is left over from the film days however it is still a vital delivery method. Depending on the client and how many photos were taken I sometimes opt to send a [...]
Late yesterday afternoon I pulled the trigger and bought Lightroom 4. Yes that’s right I haven’t had Lightroom before. You see previous to this year I was on a mac and I used Aperture, you may remember me posting about building my own editing work station around Christmas last year which ran Windows 7. Unfortunately [...]
Doesn’t time fly. It was only a few weeks ago that I sat down and finally launched the POP+ series of online workshop, and as the title suggests the first workshop “Getting the POP” is this Sunday.