As winter approaches, there are quite a few great winter themed images in the portfolios. While none of the finalists feature winter themes, there were a bunch that were really close! You owe it to yourself to thumb through the portfolios and get a feel for the season. In the mean time, here are this…Read More →
Adobe has opened up a great offer to everyone, so take advantage of it before the 2nd!
For a limited time, you can join a special Creative Cloud plan. It includes access to Photoshop CC and Lightroom 5, plus feature updates and upgrades as they are available, 20GB of cloud storage for file sharing and collaboration, and a Behance ProSite. And it’s just US $9.99/month when you sign up for a one-year plan, but you need to join by December 2, 2013. Questions? See Adobe’s FAQ andterms.
Here is the link… https://creative.adobe.com/plans/offer/photoshop+lightroomRead More →
Ever get slammed with a bunch of projects? Me too. Around here it’s when we’re headed into the holiday season. Late nights… weekends… you know the drill. Well, even during the busiest times there are breaks where we get to do the stuff we really enjoy and when I had a few minutes today I…Read More →
Adobe Labs just announced that the Lightroom 5.3 Release Candidate is out. The biggest thing you’ll find in this “dot” release is support for some new cameras (especially Sony’s A7′s and the new Nikon cameras). There’s a few bug fixes too, but none were anything that we ran into. Normally we don’t install release candidate versions of the software, but if you’ve got one of those new cameras and want Lightroom support it’s worth it. Here’s the link if you want to check it out.Read More →
Hey guys, Brad Moore brought this to my attention and I thought I would share it with you. I know nothing more than what is in the link but I thought it may be a good fit for a NAPP member. http://keatleyphoto.com/blog/2013/11/hiring-a-senior-retoucher/ PS. I am not planning on making this a job board, so don’t…Read More →
On Halloween week there were quite a few scary, ghoulish creations this year, but fewer than last year. But in spite of the impressive works NAPP members created to scare us all, this week’s winner is a ‘lighter side’ of Halloween image. As usual, if you can get more than one pet to pose…Read More →
Join Scott Kelby Wednesday Night for a FREE online Webinar called “A Walk in Rome” If you’re into travel photography, there will be lots of practical photography and Photoshop tips for you, PLUS a review of the Tamron 28-300mm f/3.5-f/6.3 lens for full frame cameras, and Scott will be taking your questions and comments live…Read More →
This week it was especially difficult to narrow the list to just 5 images to be featured, but we did it. Next, it was tough to pick image of the week because so many images were so powerful and resonated with us on a number of levels. So this week’s winner jumped to the very…Read More →
Along with the Guru awards given at Photoshop World, there is the Vincent Versace award or the “Vinny” that is given for one particular photograph that stands out to the judges. This years’ Las Vegas winner was Doug Sturgess. This is a little bit about Doug and his work. First tell me a little bit…Read More →
First tell me a little bit about yourself. I’m currently a photographer/retoucher at Simone Associates Inc. (www.simoneassociates.com) in Lebanon, PA. I graduated from Full Sail University in 2008 with a Bachelors of Science for filmmaking. I received the Course Director’s Award for Photography, so I should have seen my career path coming. Photography and Photoshopping…Read More →
First tell me a little bit about yourself. I’m Sam Mestas and I’m a freelance graphic artist/ illustrator as well as an HD editor with over a decade’s worth of experience. It all began for me when my college advisor called me into her office to remind me that if I didn’t start taking some…Read More →
B-Rad (Brad to those who don’t know him on the mean streets of NAPP yet) took a break, just long enough to pick our 5 winners this week. Topping the list is an image that’s 100% graphic (as opposed to photographic). It’s a beautiful poster from NAPP member Greg Anthony called Redsox 2013 Beards.jpg….Read More →