Monthly Archives: October 2014

During the past decade of photographing, I’ve developed many actions to assist with my workflow. These actions have always been included in the workshops that I teach, but I’ve never sold them separately. Why? Because I didn’t want people to just use the actions, I wanted them to LEARN Photoshop. As such, I decided to package […]

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I was editing photos for a friend/photographer recently and we noticed that we could see the client’s bra… oops! I recorded this quick video to share with you how to move clothing in Photoshop. Enjoy! If you’d like to submit a question for me to address via video, please click here.

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Bryan and Samantha, along with their very closest friends and family, traveled to Malibu California for their destination wedding. They held their ceremony and reception at the picturesque Saddlerock Ranch Winery. When Craig and I were asked if we would like to travel with them, I thought, ‘photograph Samantha in sunny California at one of […]

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I have been teaching Lightroom since its inception in 2007 and one of the pleas that I hear most often is, “HELP! I’m so confused, I can’t find my photos!” In fact, in the Intro to Lightroom Workshop, we would often spend a good portion of our morning as a group talking about file management […]

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In addition to Kennedy’s photographs (see previous post containing photos and EXIF data), I gave her a magazine of our favorite images from the session. Click here preview her magazine. How fun to share your senior photos with your friends via your own magazine! For photographers: I designed the spreads in LumaPix Fotofusion and in Photoshop. […]

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I am a wedding photographer (stating the obvious), so I don’t often (ever) photograph seniors. But my sweet Goddaughter Kennedy is a senior this year, and she holds a very special place in my heart. We worked together to style her session, she was on wardrobe and I handled hair and make-up. I had the […]

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