The Create Now World tour hits Austria, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Finland with my colleagues Jason Levine and Michaël Chaize. Join us for these free events to discover new tips and tricks that will help you work more efficiently and give you more control over all your projects.
Did you know that you can have Lightroom automatically display all of the images in a catalog that are missing keywords or has an Unknown Copyright Status? Or, that you can have Lightroom show you all of your best images in the past 90 days? If not, it’s time to explore Smart Collections! As you […]
In this video learn how to sync files directly from your desktop using Creative Cloud. Then, see how you can add comments and share those files with anyone. And any changes you make can automatically be synced so your files are never out-of-date.
There were some very useful improvements made to Color Range in Photoshop CC. When choosing to select the Shadows, Midtones or Highlights in your image, there are now controls to modify the range and fuzziness – thus enabling you to be more specific in defining the areas in your image that you want to select […]
Young photographers just starting out always ask me which DSLR should they buy. Of course the answer to that question greatly relies on your budget. Also the great news is that it’s hard to go wrong with any of today’s DSLR products. I’m a Nikon shooter so therefore I’m familiar with Nikon’s product line more […]
I thought I would share a few more photographs from my personal project – “Passenger Seat”. And I thought this quote was fitting since I like to study what can’t normally be seen. “We do not see the world as it is. We see the world as we are.”
The recording for my session “PhoneGap and Hardware” from PhoneGap Day back in July is now available! Be sure to check it out. There were apparently some issues with the audio, but you can still hear everything. I’d like to express a huge Thank You to everyone who attended, and to everyone who watches this video! [...]
I’ve been spending a lot of time with Photoshop recently… Whether it has been retouching video or images, creating panoramas, or working with my aerial photos, it has been a lot of fun. One thing that I’ve been doing is exporting really large images to the web. So far this has been a very manual [...]
I often download files into a folder, import them into Lightroom and then find that I have additional files to add to that folder. When this happens, I simply copy the additional files into that folder using the operating system. Then, in Lightroom, I Control -click (Mac) | Right Mouse -click (Win) on the folder […]
While it isn’t terribly obvious on the web site, cfObjective 2014 has opened their call for speakers. If you want to speak at what is easily one of the best web conferences out there, you have from now till November 1st to get your subm…