The folks over at creativeLIVE are broadcasting an entire week of photoshop classes. Classes kicked off Monday, February 24 and will continue to stream LIVE for free until Friday, February 28th. This week covers a broad spectrum of things available to photographers in Lightroom and Photoshop such as workflow, digital file management, local and global adjustments, photo restoration, selections, and my personal favorite, advanced beauty retouching. [more]
Some great deals through B&H have been brought to our attention at Fstoppers and we wanted to take a moment and share the love. If you’re looking to add some serious fun to your summer B&H is having a massive sale on phantom quadcopter bundles. [more]
Take a few minutes to experience this spectacular piece of 90s gold featuring Jean Claude Van Damme, or should I say JCVD. Before this ultimate film bad-ass was featured doing epic splits on trucks for Volvo, he was showing us what cameras were capable of in the 90s film industry. [more]
Matt Kloskowski, Director of education for Kelbyone, provides a taste of what attendees can look forward to at the 2014 Photoshop World Conference and Expo in this exclusive tutorial. This year’s Photoshop World Conference and Expo will be held in Atlanta, Georgia between April 8-10th. The conference is a Photoshop-nerd mecca with special events like: parties hosted by Canon, portfolio reviews and tons of other great networking opportunities.
Do you live, bike or walk in a city plagued by potholes? I do. I live in a city absolutely filled with potholes. In fact, right outside my front door in plain sight, is a cluster of them- they hide beneath snow and wait for low riding sedans to bottom out. When I came across Mypotholes, a project by photographers Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano I was ecstatic. This imaginative duo had a different perspective on how to deal with these annoying tar craters plaguing our cities.
At the end of this month, Photoshelter will be hosting a very exciting webinar: Mastering Lightroom Organization with Peter Krogh. If you’re a professional photographer and you’re asking what DAM means and who Peter Krogh is, it’s time to educate yourself. Peter Krogh is the Mr. Miyagi of Digital Asset Management (DAM). With over 30 years of experience as a photographer, writer and one the world’s foremost authorities on DAM, Krogh is a Lightroom Master. [more]
It’s not easy to determine which lenses to purchase when there are so many options. After all, lenses are a lifetime investment. There’s a new camera every season, but the quality and craftsmanship of a good lens will never change. In this article you can compare three brands in particular and look at the abilities of their compact prime cinema lenses. [more]
In his first ever published book Behind The Scenes, photographer Patrick Van Dam creates thoughtful juxtapositions out of snapshots taken behind the scenes on playmate photo-shoots. According to Van Dam’s website there are “over 150 photos of unexpected, undirected and natural responses; humor, disillusionment, absurdism and vulnerability in an erotic setting.” [more]
Renowned actor Norman Reedus, best known for his portrayal as Daryl Dixon in the television series The Walking Dead, is also an international artist and photographer. Step inside the inventive mind of Reedus by taking a look at his recently published book, The Sun’s Coming Up… Like a Big Bald Head. It is filled with dark and gruesome images that exist somewhere between Reedus’s reality and our own. [more]
In New York City, Adobe owned showcase website Behance sets the bar high for competitors in 2014 by providing re-designed profiles that work seamlessly across all devices. Among those features, are a fully responsive new web layout, editing tools to help your organization and much more allowing you to quickly see your work and your inspiration that drives it. [more]