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DPE Podcast 6.1.12 – Rick and Juan talk to Mitch Aunger and Barry Andersson plus Rick interviews Zorana Gee from Adobe

Friday, June 1, 2012

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Make sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here: DPExperience Podcast on iTunes so you don’t miss a single episode. This episode of The Digital Photo Experience Podcast Rick and Juan talk to Mitch Aunger and Barry Andersson who created the short film, Incident on Marmont Avenue with the recently released Canon EOS 5D […]

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DPE Podcast 5.15.12 – Rick and Juan answer your questions plus Rick interviews Tom Hogarty from Adobe and Keith Fredrickson

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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Make sure to subscribe to the podcast via iTunes here: DPExperience Podcast on iTunes so you don’t miss a single episode. This episode of The Digital Photo Experience Podcast Rick and Juan answer your questions plus we have two awesome interviews, the first is with Tom Hogarty who is Adobe’s Principle Product Manager for Lightroom, […]

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The Seven Wonders of Photoshop CS5 / DPE Podcast June 1, 2010

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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As I am sure the vast majority of you know, Adobe recently released their newest version of their creative suite including Photoshop CS5. This new version of photoshop brings an unprecedented number of new and “magical” features. Juan and Rick talk about their favorite 7 new features which we have dubbed “The Seven Wonders of […]

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A Cool Use of Photoshop’s Transform Feature

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

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A Cool Use of Photoshop’s Transform Feature

Photograph © Rick Sammon. All Rights Reserved. Early one morning while exploring a remote region of The Royal Kingdom of Bhutan, I spotted this scene next to a school: students and their teaching saying a morning prayer before class. I wanted to get the shot and I wanted to get everything in the scene in […]

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Forget Photoshop, Launch Lightroom!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

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Forget Photoshop, Launch Lightroom!

“What software should I get first?” is a common question to aspiring photographers, especially when first getting into using DSLR cameras. Or more commonly, “Should I get Photoshop CS4 or Photoshop Elements to start out?” With the term Photoshopped entering the vernacular, it is not surprising that most people think about it first when starting […]

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NAPP Launches the CS Learning Center

Monday, April 12, 2010

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NAPP Launches the CS Learning Center

The National Association of Photoshop Professionals today at 11am EST (precisely timed with the release of CS5 by Adobe), will launch their Adobe Photoshop CS5 Learning Center. NAPP claims this to be their “largest and most comprehensive learning center and first-day training initiative in our history”. When it opens, the Photoshop CS5 Learning Center will […]

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It’s Adobe CS5 Day!

Monday, April 12, 2010

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It’s Adobe CS5 Day!

In case you have not heard (hard to believe), today at precisely 11am EST, Adobe launches their next version of their ever so popular, and some would say essential, Creative Suite, bringing it to CS5. Watch the unveiling live over at the CS5 Launch site For us photographers, the most significant part of the Creative […]

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Photoshop Technique: High Pass Contrast

Friday, April 9, 2010

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Photoshop Technique: High Pass Contrast

Achieving adequate midtone contrast can make or break an image. While Curves offers the ultimate precision for fine tuning contrast, it treats all image areas equally – smooth areas, textured areas, and contours. Using High Pass contrast you can target contrast to affect contours more than other image areas – to a lesser degree, texture […]

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Targeted Color Adjustments in Lightroom

Thursday, March 25, 2010

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Targeted Color Adjustments in Lightroom

One of the things I have always liked about Lightroom is it’s simplicity. With just a few tips, most people can be up & running organizing and developing photos in no time. Another thing I enjoy about Lightroom is finding uses for the adjustment tools that are not necessarily obvious at first glance. Here are […]

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Expanded Depth of Field

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

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Depth of field (DOF,) or the area of your image acceptably in focus, is a great tool for photographers. Through our selection of aperture, focal length, and focal distance (this is a very complicated subject so we will limit to these three variables) we can control the DOF for all of our images. knowing the […]

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