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Behind the Scenes: Fix It In Post

Last week we posted about the new Autodesk‘s and filmmaker, Jeremy Hunt’s, new short film, ‘Fix It In Post‘ demonstarting Autodesk’s Smoke for the Mac. In this behind the scenes video Jeremy explains on how he came about joining Autodesk and creating the short film and how much he enjoys the new editing software. He also remarks on using the RED Epic and his reasoning behind that certain camera choice.

Innovative New Photo Sharing Site In a League Of Its Own

I am a self professed tech nerd. I am always on the search for the latest innovations and products that will better my life and business. Over the last few months I have been using one that is a real game changer in my business. In a very short amount of time PASS has become an extremely valuable asset helping me book more clients and get my images in front of more faces. [more]

Some Sound Advice on Making an Independent Movie

Independent Filmmaker Tom Durham recently sat down with the folks over at Red Giant and gave some very great advice on filming your very own independent movie. Tom has spent the last several years creating his newest independent movie, 95ers: Echoes and has endured both the highs and lows of independent filmmaking. Why not learn from his mistakes and successes? His biggest piece of advice when making your own independent movie… ‘Whatever you do, don’t go into debt!’

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Photo Inspiration Project: Fun With Abstract Macro

Guest writer, Patrick Gensel is a photographer from Northeast PA with a passion for travel and adventure. He sent us this fun inspiration project on abstract macro photography. Hopefully this very thorough demonstration will spark your imagination for your own abstract macro project. [more]

How To Use Portraiture 2 In A Non-Texture Killing Way

I have had quite a few people ask about my skin smoothing ways. Its really, really simple. I use Imaginomics Portraiture 2 and have figured out how to get it so it smooths the tones instead of all the texture. So if you use Portraiture, follow along and stop killing your textures! [more]

Photoshop Week With creativeLIVE

Whether you’re just starting out or if you’re a seasoned professional, you won’t want to miss this week’s programming on creativeLIVE. Right now until March 2, they will be featuring some of the best instructors who will be teaching instrumental techniques for photographers. Some of the topics they’ll be covering include retouching and compositing, workflow and automation and using text and brushes. Start watching live NOW for FREE OR purchase the video downloads for $299 and watch them any time. [more]

The Cullinator: Bringing Photo Editing and Gaming Together At Last

I am a self-confessed gaming addict, so when I found out about the new ‘Cullinator’ I was beyond thrilled. Finally my insatiable thirst for all things gaming related will no longer derail me from editing my photographs. ‘The Cullinator’ is an impressive program created by Ed Pingol Photography that takes any gaming controller and transforms it to a photo editing controller. [more]

A Recap Of The Trouble In The Visual Effects Industry

Visual effects artists are very much like our cousins, in the sense that our industry is visually based much like they are. We felt that we had to post about this for the sake of awareness in case you aren’t familiar with the news. Also, we wanted to create an open dialogue and hear from our readers about what they thought about all of this.  [more]

VSCO Film 03 Is On Sale Till Tuesday

For anyone who might have missed it, I did a little review of VSCO 3 last week. VSCO Film emulsions are great at emulating an analog film look for your digital photos and also offers custom profiles for your camera manufacturer, if you are shooting Nikon, Canon, or now Fuji (just for Film 03), to further improve performance of the presets. [more]

Anaglyph 3D Photoshop Tutorial

I have had quite a few people ask how I achieved this look. So I figured I would do a quick little photoshop tutorial on it to help you guys out! It is much much easier then you think. Hope you enjoy! [more]

‘Fix It In Post’, Hilarious New Short Film by Autodesk

Here’s a little cinematography humor to brighten up your lazy Sunday. From the people over at Autodesk and filmmaker Jeremy Hunt comes a coming of age story of a dude. A dude who just wants to go about his business and a visual effects editor who ruins said dude’s day. We all know the importance of ‘getting it right in camera’, but this is what happens when post-processing runs amok. [more]

Add Lens Flare To Your Image The Right Way

I’m sure most of you have taken one look at the lens flare filter in Photoshop and decided to quickly over look it. Well I am here to say that you might want to reconsider and give it a chance. With the right steps and processing one can actually make it look decent. Now I’m sure there will be a few people that will still think adding flare is asinine, and to that I say to each their own. [more]

Building Digital Worlds For Blockbuster Movies Using Photography

I had to watch this video three times. It simply blew me away. For years movies have been created using green screens, as is the case here with the 2012 hit “The Avengers.” The part that amazed me in this behind the scenes video is the amount of detail that is captured to perfection by the digital artists and how they team up with photographers to recreate reality spheres to insert the actors. Read on to check out some of the facts on how it was created. [more]

What If My Red Is Your Green?

“What If My Red Is Your Green?” is a question I ask myself for many years now. As a photographer this question/issue was always on my mind: I work so hard to get (what I see as) the perfect colors, and what I see as beautiful, but I have no way to know if the colors I see are the same colors you see. We all agree that red is red, and green is green. We all know that a lemon is yellow and a strawberry is red. But is it possible that you see yellow the way I see blue? Michael from VSauce did his best to answer the question. [more]

Photoshop Fail. Harper’s Bazaar Photoshop Looks Rather Bizarre

The general idea of Photoshop is to help make someone look flawless, while still maintaining their unique and human qualities. It’s a tactful technique that requires a keen eye and a good understanding of the human face’s shape. This basic concept was completely destroyed for the cover of Harper’s Bazaar China cover featuring actress Sarah Jessica Parker. [more]

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