Scott Rouse is an Adobe Certified Expert (ACE), photographer, teacher, and graphic- and web-designer in Missoula, MT. His photography focuses on wildlife and adventure sports and can be viewed at ScottRousePhotography.com. His design and consulting work can be seen at ScottRouseDigital.com.
Whether you’re familiar with compositing or you’ve always wanted to explore it, you’ll love Mark Johnson’s latest video tutorial series, “Dramatic Portrait Compositing: From Capture to Completion,” because it reveals every secret you need to accomplish mind-blowing composites. Although the specific focus of this series is on creating a dramatic portrait composite using a studio-lit [...]
Join Photoshop luminary Mark S. Johnson from May 3 through May 12 as he introduces Photoshop CS6′s most exhilarating new features in a series of ten enlightening video tutorials. To view the tutorial series, visit www.msjphotography.com. Tutorial Schedule: Thursday, May 3 Episode One – Content-Aware Move and Patch Learn how to move a subject while [...]
If you are interested in transforming your photographs from literal depictions to unique, evocative works of art using Photoshop techniques that don’t require a background in painting or illustration, then the Photoshop Impressionism Video Tutorial Series is for you.
We are frequently asked “Why doesn’t Lightroom recognize my camera’s raw photos?” or “Why can’t I open my camera’s raw photos in Camera Raw?” Jeffrey Tranberry has an excellent blog post titled Why doesn’t my version of Photoshop or Lightroom support my camera? that addresses this very issue.
Laura Shoe has just released a helpful video workshop titled Lightroom Fundamentals. This collection, available on DVD or direct download, contains over six and a half hours of training in 36 videos.
Capturing your images is just the first step. Learning how to store, edit, develop, share, and protect our valuable image libraries is an integral part of the digital photography process. In this Lightroom Crash Course, you’ll learn from experienced photographer and digital professional Scott Rouse everything you need to get started with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.
Our good friend and colleague Tim Cooper will be a workshop called Lightroom: Crafting the Fine Photograph May 20 to May 23, 2011 in Old Town, Alexandria, VA.
In a time where many publications are going all digital, Eileen Rafferty is keeping it old school…sort of. Butterflies and anvils,
a photographic journal about inspiration and art is a new print publication full of photographs, creative writing, articles, artist portfolios and interviews, and musings on traveling the artistic path.
Even if you’ve never dreamt of being a full-time photographer, have you ever thought about getting your images into a magazine or a gallery or a calendar? Have you thought about doing a book but you didn’t know how to go about it?
Adobe has released Lightroom version 3.3. This is a free update for users of Lightroom 3.
Cyber Monday is great, isn’t it? Amazon.com has Adobe Photoshop Lightroom on sale today for $150!
Mark Johnson’s Illuminating HDR provides everything a photographer needs to produce breathtaking HDR images.
Mark S. Johnson has announced the release of Volume Two of his Photoshop Workbench series.
Death Valley is a place of extreme desert beauty: dunes, 10,000 foot peaks, dry lake beds, volcanic craters, the lowest place in the Americas, the hottest place in the Americas, spectacularly crisp sunrises and sunsets: it’s all there. This workshop is based in the heart of Death Valley National Park at Furnace Creek Inn and Ranch Resort. This central location puts us within easy striking distance of some of the most iconic desert photographed sites in the Mojave Desert.
I recently mentioned the availability of the book Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3: Streamlining Your Digital Photography Process by Nat Coalson, but now I’ve got one in my hands, and I’m ready to review it.