Get out your mouse ears, slap on some sunscreen and get ready to learn. Photoshop World is in Orlando in April.
Over the past several weeks the same topic has been coming up for me over and over again The question of what makes a good photograph. We talked in part about this a few weeks ago in the two-part episode about Camera Lucida (You can get part 1 here and part 2 here) and the […]
For this weeks podcast, I am joined by Seattle based fine-art photographer Gina White. Gina has been a photographer for over 25 years working primarily in historical and analog processes. She is a a faculty member at the Photographic Center Northwest where she teaches primarily black and white analog courses along with several courses focused on […]
In case you missed it, last week my first class appeared over at Kelby One. I am so excited to have a class with the Kelby One team. When I first started adding digital workflows into my photographic life, I attended a Photoshop World Conference in Las Vegas. It was a great experience. Amazing […]
In this podcast, we focus on the nature of content and form as the essential aspects of composition. In most great photography, composition acts as more of an intuitive process behind the camera rather than the direct application of a series of rules or guidelines that are normally taught in photographic classes. Idea such as […]