I just returned from a whirlwind tour of the East Coast. I had a fantastic time. it was great to visit Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, Washington DC, Miami, Boston and New York City. I have been teaching full-day Photoshop seminars to photographers and designers. It’s a lot of fun to travel, however at times it gets a little bit tiring. Literally visiting a different city every two days can definitely mess with your schedule. It was very exciting to see a lot of café members out on the road. The turnout at the different cities was fantastic and people were very enthusiastic. We had a lot of
It’s a lot of fun to travel, however at times it gets a little bit tiring. Literally visiting a different city every two days can definitely mess with your schedule. It was very exciting to see a lot of café members out on the road. The turnout at the different cities was fantastic and people were very enthusiastic. We had a lot of fun using the different Photoshop techniques. Some of the highlights on the tour are the new features in Photoshop CS6 and the video portion drew a lot of attention from surprised photographers and designers. Many didn’t think that section would be of interest, but the session isn’t like many of the boring technical sessions that have been presented in the past. I made an effort to organize some of my 5D footage into a project that anyone can do, and it paid off as many photographers told me they are inspired to do video.
The last Session “Photoshop recipes for the road” was a particular hit as we do a quick fire approach and go through close to a dozen different effects and tips. This session is designed to roll all of the things that have been taught throughout the day and present them in fun and creative ways to apply them in a practical way. Its not enough to learn techniques, if you can’t have fun using them..
A huge hit with the audience is the giveaways including a huge 170 page e.workbook. The attendees were very happily surprised with this and releaved that they don’t have to take many notes. They were also happy with all the other give aways including training videos, stock photos, actions, zenfolio accounts and more.
If you don’t know what this is about make sure to visit https://www.routeCS6.com for more information on the tour. There are still seven cities left and we embark on this journey next Thursday when I head to Chicago. After that we go to many Minnesota, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Phoenix and Los Angeles.
I have decided to post a few photos that I’ve been taking along the way so please enjoy these. One of my goals is to take photos at each city visited and post them up on Facebook and Twitter and here on the blog.
Last week I getting on a plane to fly home and got kicked off the Southwest flight. The overheads were full and they wanted to check in my drone, which was fine, but I needed to remove the batteries and hand carry them. The batteries aren’t that different to whats in a laptop, but according to FAA … Continued
I just got back from Photoshop World. It was huge success and I had great feedback from all my classes. I have posted some of the videos from the Pre Conference session that I taught with Adobe’s Principal Creative Director, Russell Brown. It was aerial photography and video with the DJI Phantom Quadcopter. I have … Continued
I just had the honor of being featured on NIK radio with host Scott Sheppard. Scott interviews me about everything from photography, technology, roots, HDR, the Route CS6 tour, PhotoshopCAFE beginnings and so much more. I get to talk about the things I’m passionate about, such as how to develop your own personal style and … Continued