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Friday Morning One-Liners

Hey, everybody! It’s Friday, here’s what’s up (the short & sweet version). > I did a post this week with my shots, stories and BTS from the Atlanta Falcon’s new stadium along with some game images. Hope you can check it … [Read more]

Create a Fantasy Moonlight Emotional Manipulation In Photoshop

In this tutorial I will show how to create a emotional Photo Manipulation in Photoshop. Learn how to create a Moon Night scene. We will work on lighting, shadows and highlight, Dodge & Burn and how to blend images properly by applying adjustment … [Read more]

Omega – Create this Abstract Composite Using Only Three Resources

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create abstract and fantastic photo manipulation with a immersive, 3-D and Radiation effects! You will learn how to working with Smart filters in Photoshop and use them, create your own brush from … [Read more]

Another Hidden Lightroom Shortcut for Using The Adjustment Brush

Happy Monday, everybody! I’m back from shooting the Falcons/Packers game last night — the first regular season game in the incredible new Mercedes Benz stadium – what a treat! Today I’ve got another one of those little-hidden … [Read more]

The Most Common Things Lightroom Hides on You

A mainstay of my Lightroom Help Desk experience is helping people find something in Lightroom that has gone missing. Sometimes it’s something small, like an item on the Toolbar, and other times it may be an entire module. All of these, shall we … [Read more]

Using Two Monitors in Lightroom

This is something I’ve covered in my Lightroom books for years, but a lot of folks haven’t taken advantage of Lightroom’s ability to using two monitors, so you can work on and search through and edit down on one screen and also see … [Read more]

Photographing The Falcon’s Amazing New Stadium (and why my full post isn’t ready)

Yesterday I got the opportunity to fly up to Atlanta to photograph the Falcon’s incredible new stadium with Michael Benford and the wonderful Falcons photo crew (this was the debut regular season home game for the Falcons in their new stadium, … [Read more]

Photoshop’s Role in Travel Photography

It has been the subject of blogs, media articles, conversations, magazine columns, and it’s this: Should we Photoshop people? Well, let’s relate it all to my genre: travel. Should we Photoshop travel pictures? To what extent and why? Is … [Read more]

The Perfect Lens For Travel Photography, Part 2 (Crop Sensor Picks)

Above: That’s me in Copenhagen back in 2011 shooting an all-in-one 18-200mm lens (photo by Terry White). Greetings from Denver (I’m here for my Lightroom seminar today). Last week I did a post responding to a flood of emails, texts, … [Read more]

How to Create a Professional Web Layout in Photoshop

Designing good looking clean and functional Web layouts is an essential part of a Web Designers life. In this tutorial we are going to create a clean and professional Web layout in Photoshop from scratch. Along the way you can learn useful methods to … [Read more]

How to Create an Awesome See-Through Water Horse in Photoshop

Learn how to create a see-through water horse in Photoshop! The techniques we will use are fairly simple but I do my best to explain them in detail so you can use them on your future projects. Preview of Final Results Tutorial Resources Water Splash … [Read more]

The Modern Sunset

I generally have a love-hate relationship with sunset photography. I love experiencing them in real life, but I really don't like sunset photos. As a child I always remember seeing people marvel over a shot that had neon pink colourings with over … [Read more]

A Lightroom Tip on Impromptu Slideshows I Did Not Know (and a brief Hurricane Irma update)

OK, I knew the first part of Benjamin’s tip, but I have to admit, I did NOT know the 2nd part (where he chooses the template). This is really good stuff! Quick Hurricane Irma Update We’re all OK!!! In fact, somehow we made it through in … [Read more]

Video Support in Lightroom Mobile and Web

As of Lightroom Mobile for iOS version 1.5.1, we gained official support for importing videos into LrM. To my knowledge, and the best of my sleuthing ability, there is not yet support for this in LrM for Android (I welcome any … [Read more]

KelbyOne T-Shirts and Hats and Coffee Mugs Are Here!

Hey, gang – a rare Thursday post and this one is mostly for you awesome KelbyOne members out there (but honestly anybody can buy these) – we’ve got a branded apparel shop now where you pick up everything from KelbyOne hats to shirts … [Read more]

Faster Culling Of Your Images

There’s a word you don’t get to use every day – culling (which to me means going through your images and making your picks, or star ratings or whatever you do to get down to the good shots). Anyway, this tip is to make that process … [Read more]

Paying for Poses

I’ve been there hundreds of times. We all have, I’m sure. We’re prowling the streets in an unfamiliar land and there they are, right there in front of us. A local character, personality oozing and dressed just how you’d ask a … [Read more]

Call For Entries: The Gallery at KelbyOne

I’m happy to announce that we are now accepting entries to have your own solo gallery showing at The Gallery at KelbyOne, in Tampa, Florida. Our last winner, Melanie Kern Favilla is an engineer on the Long Island Railroad. Our first winner, … [Read more]

Create a Romantic Cutlery Artwork Inspired by Salvador Dali

Learn how to create this stunningly surreal image of a pair of cutlery in theater-like room with red velvet curtains. This artwork was inspired by the works of Salvador Dali. This tutorial will show you how to create a hardwood floor, blue-sky … [Read more]

Create a Cute Bunny House in Photoshop

Learn how to create this cute scene featuring bunnies and a carrot house. This tutorial will show you photo manipulation techniques to create a cartoon-like look. Preview of Final Results Cute Bunny House Photoshop Tutorial Tutorial Resources Grass – … [Read more]