It’s New Class Thursday!

Mastering Layers: Beginner Techniques with Dave Cross
Join Dave Cross to learn how to become successful using Photoshop’s layers. Aimed at beginners, this class is designed to help you understand what a layer is, discover what types of layers exist and the ways they can be used, navigate the Layers panel, learn how to manage your layers, and much more. Understanding layers is the key to unlocking Photoshop’s tremendous capabilities for all manner of creative pursuits. By the end of this class you’ll have the confidence to take on more challenging projects. In Case You Missed It
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Final Cut Pro X Subtitles with Subvert

Patrick Southern talks about how to create subtitles for FCPX using Subvert. Subvert allows users to create titles from SRT files so editors can cut foreign language interviews with ease. Subvert also allows users to generate SRT files from any Title subrole in Final Cut Pro X.

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Nick Pedersen!

Badlands National Park
Imaginary Landscapes: Building Fantasy from Reality
Hello everyone, my name is Nick Pedersen and I am a photographer and digital artist currently based in the Philadelphia area. My work specializes in an intricate use of HDR imaging, photo compositing, and special effects using my own photographs. For this article I would like to talk a bit about my history as an artist, and how I got to where I am today.
“Sanctuary” (diptych) 2016
I started out in photojournalism, traveling a lot and doing more documentary style photography. Currently I work for a few photo agencies, Getty
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Now To Create Instagram Panoramas

[A note from Scott: I’m excited to introduce you to my friend and colleague Dave William, who’ll be writing a column here on Tuesdays on the blog. Please give him a warm welcome and make him feel at home here with the crew. So glad to have him join our ranks. – SK] I’m Dave Williams, a photographer from London, England, and I specialize (note the American spelling) in travel photography. I appreciate that saying ‘travel photography’ is extremely broad, but that’s what I love about it! I can go out and shoot nature, wildlife, people, landscapes, cityscapes, it all
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Alex Lindsay: Live Streaming in a Nutshell

Live streaming is easy, right? You can whip out a phone, open either YouTube or Facebook and be off to the races! So how do you take advantage of that for your company, your new cooking show, or sports events? Alex Lindsay from Pixelcorps has been doing live streaming for years. He started out by live streaming educational events for Visual Effects Artists. Being that Alex worked at Lucasfilm, he was very qualified and excite to share his knowledge. In the process of putting on the events, they found that their live stream was great. They shifted focus and have Continue reading "Alex Lindsay: Live Streaming in a Nutshell"

It was everything we hoped it would be. And More.

Melanie Kern-Favilla won a legion of fans around the world Friday night at her gallery opening and in her live interview (with the always awesome Larry Becker). Melanie shared so much of herself, along with her techniques, and her life. She was so open and engaging, funny and charming, and such an inspiration to us all. Here are some of the comments from the folks who watched her interview online (I have it here for you, at the bottom of this post, but read the comments first). Melanie shared so much of herself, along with her techniques, and her life Continue reading "It was everything we hoped it would be. And More."

This One Goes In The “Dreams Do Come True” Category

Tonight Melanie Kern-Favilla, a Railroad Engineer from Long Island, New York, will have a solo gallery showing of her photography. How cool is that! Yesterday when Melanie toured the gallery in preperation for tonight’s opening, something very special happened. It was the first time Melanie had ever even seen one of her images printed. Even more special is the fact that the first time she saw one of her images printed, it was hanging on a gallery wall. She was overwhelmed, and it was a heart-warming moment for Kalebra, Erik and me to experience with her, as Melanie and her Continue reading "This One Goes In The “Dreams Do Come True” Category"

This One Goes In The “Dreams Do Come True” Category

Tonight Melanie Kern-Favilla, a Railroad Engineer from Long Island, New York, will have a solo gallery showing of her photography. How cool is that! Yesterday when Melanie toured the gallery in preperation for tonight’s opening, something very special happened. It was the first time Melanie had ever even seen one of her images printed. Even more special is the fact that the first time she saw one of her images printed, it was hanging on a gallery wall. She was overwhelmed, and it was a heart-warming moment for Kalebra, Erik and me to experience with her, as Melanie and her Continue reading "This One Goes In The “Dreams Do Come True” Category"

Introducing Vegas Pro

Vegas Pro is a comprehensive, all in one post production “must have” NLE companion with everything you need to create high end projects. I have used Vegas Pro for more than ten years and yes, I am a Mac user, and yes, I have had Windows partition with BootCamp from day one on my MacBook Pro only for VEGAS PRO as that is my backpack studio. I use Vegas Pro a lot for my independent filmmaking, music and corporate videos and I’m quite happy with it because it gives me so much latitude and it is a truly comprehensive all Continue reading "Introducing Vegas Pro"

It’s New Class Thursday!

Lightroom Mobile From Start to Finish with Scott Kelby
Expand the power of Lightroom desktop to your mobile devices! Join Scott Kelby for an in-depth look at the latest round of updates for Lightroom Mobile. In this class Scott will help you get set up on the right foot, show you how to view your photos on mobile, how to add new photos from your camera roll, how to edit with the updated editing interface, how to share photos on the web, and so much more! This update has created the most desktop-like experience on mobile so far, and Scott Continue reading "It’s New Class Thursday!"

It’s Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Austin Burke!

Hello my name is Austin Burke and I am a food photographer in Orlando, Florida. I want to thank Scott and Brad for having me as a guest on the blog and to have the opportunity to share a bit of light on something that I think gets passed over. Everyone loves to talk about fancy camera gear that we use on a shoot, but what about the other random tools that we use on set? I shoot a lot of food photography and while I always prefer to have a dedicated stylist on set, sometimes those responsibilities fall on
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Adobe Releases Big Update to Lightroom Mobile! (Whoo hoo!!!)

Big news today — Adobe released a pretty major update to Lightroom Mobile with lots of long-awaited features making their way to Mobile, (and if you use Lightroom Mobile on your iPad, today’s an even better day for you). Note: on the heels of this announcement, we’re releasing my new “Lightroom Mobile: Start to Finish” online course today, too! KelbyOne members will be able to watch it later this morning (or you can take the 10-day free trial if you’re not a member, and watch it today, as well).  In the meantime, I made a quick “first look” video
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I have a better post coming later this morning…

I’m working on a post for later this morning, that I promise will be a lot more interesting than this non-interesting post, so if you would be so kind as to come back around 11:00 AM EST today, I will have a cool video for you. Also, if you’re a KelbyOne member, there is a special Member’s Only Webcast today at 11:00 am (check your member’s dashboard, or keep an eye out for an email from us with details), and joining me will be CFG (Cool Frenchy Guy) Serge Ramelli (and no, there’s not a new Lightroom CC update coming Continue reading "I have a better post coming later this morning…"

Yet Even More Photoshop Buried Treasure: Bringing Back The Old Refine Edge

Hi, gang, and happy Monday! I’ve been sailing the seven seas (not really), and I’ve dug up (not really) some more Photoshop Buried Treasure (OK, this part is true), and this time it’s on how to get back to the previous version of Select and Mask, which used to be called “Refine Edge.” Adobe updated Refine Edge with a new mathematical algorithm and a totally new workspace (rather than it just being a floating panel), and while the new math works better for some images, it doesn’t work as well for some other, so being able to jump
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Yet Even More Photoshop Buried Treasure: Bringing Back The Old Refine Edge

Hi, gang, and happy Monday! I’ve been sailing the seven seas (not really), and I’ve dug up (not really) some more Photoshop Buried Treasure (OK, this part is true), and this time it’s on how to get back to the previous version of Select and Mask, which used to be called “Refine Edge.” Adobe updated Refine Edge with a new mathematical algorithm and a totally new workspace (rather than it just being a floating panel), and while the new math works better for some images, it doesn’t work as well for some other, so being able to jump
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Which Editing Software is Best?

Which NLE is best? It’s a question that has been asked often and is rarely answered objectively. In this panel, Scott Simmons, Michael Kammes, Bill Davis, and Oliver Peters attempt a balanced approach to the question. The also debate whether or not the NLE affects the finished product. Which NLE do you think will win? Does your editing software determine how creative you can be? Find out in this panel of some of post production’s smartest minds. The post Which Editing Software is Best? appeared first on ProVideo Coalition.

It’s New Class Thursday!

Retouching Essentials for Wedding Photographers with Kristina Sherk
Join Kristina Sherk to learn the essentials of retouching wedding photos. This class is for any photographer shooting weddings and wanting to learn practical retouching skills from real world examples. From the basic to the advanced, Kristi shares tips and techniques focused on the unique situations wedding photographer’s face. From evening out skin tones under dappled light to removing tan lines, or swapping faces in group photos to dealing with motion blur, by the end of the class you’ll have increased confidence in the types of jobs you can handle on your Continue reading "It’s New Class Thursday!"