In this show @Frederick Van Johnson @Steve Brazill and @PhotoJoseph briefly discuss TWiP’s hiatus, then tear into GoPro and the failure of their Karma Drone. Then we’ll discuss low-light photography tips and finally we’ll round things out with a panel discussion around their favorite cameras.
Dive deep into Photoshop to see what frequency separation does under the hood, with David Biedny-author of the very first Photoshop book.
Answers to photographers’ common questions about Lightroom, Photoshop & post-processing with new guest co-host Sean Duggan and new Photo SOS format
Shooting photographs for black & white developing in Lightroom with professional photographer John G Moore
Night Photography and Processing Photos of the Stars in this episode of TheFIX Learn how to shoot the night sky, and how to process photographs
Learn to shoot and process silhouette photos with photographer Erika Thornes, and download a FREE collection of Lightroom presets for silhouettes.
How to use Google Photos to store, share, search, and edit all your photos with Google’s own John Nack + Aravind Krishnaswamy
Learn to create an exploding guitar from a Photoshop action with photographer Mark Johnson.
Learn to use Adobe mobile apps, the new Photoshop Mix and Lightroom Mobile, together with Photoshop to make photo corrections, selections, and composites.
Photoshop CC 2015 has new features that are great for photographers. Watch a photographer put Photoshop CC 2015 to work: creating flexible raw panos in Camera Raw, cleaning up pano edges with automatic content aware fill, adding Adobe Stock Photo comps, and doubling up on layer styles.
Face recognition in Lightroom will save you time keywording the people in your photographs. Author Sean McCormack shows how its done and gives away a copy of his new Lightroom book.
Matt Kloskowski, landscape photographer and master instructor shows you his personal Lightroom editing workflow, including jumping from Lightroom to onOne Perfect Effects to add extra style to his evocative landscape photographs.
John Paul Caponigro reflects on the value of making prints to your voice, approach, and legacy as a photographer. He shares his Photoshop techniques for making optimal prints from your photographs, walking you through soft-proofing in Photoshop and revealing surefire ways to fine-tune your photos to get the best prints possible.
Fine art photographer Roddy MacInnes has had a life of adventure. As a wee lad in Scotland, an arctic explorer, and a fine art professor, Roddy has reveled in photography as a way to celebrate life. Roddy shares his view of photography as the mirror with a memory–a tool to help us understand our lives. And he explains the concept and technique behind his pinhole photographs.
Imagine your photographs printed on metal, glass, wood or fiber. Photo artist Bonny Lhotka, whose own work hangs in the Smithsonian, has developed special techniques for transferring photos to all these surfaces. In this episode, she demos how to transfer a photographic image to a metal plate and where to get the materials you’ll need to do it.
Rick Sammon is a great travel photographer, a terrific teacher, and one of the funniest guys in the photo industry. In this episode of TheFIX he shows how he uses Photoshop’s Camera Raw as a filter and Photoshop plug-ins Silver Efex Pro and Color Efex Pro from the Google/Nik Collection to spruce up a photo.
Howard Pinsky became a YouTube star by publishing over 500 free Photoshop tutorials on YouTube. In this episode of TheFIX he talks about his rise to YouTube stardom, reveals where you can get his free tutorials, and shares a tutorial about how to move objects in a photo using Photoshop’s Content-Aware Move tool.
Photographer David Marx walks through upgrading to Lightroom CC + Lightroom 6
Hot new features in Lightroom CC – Lightroom 6 with Peter Krogh
Photographer Ron Clifford shows how he uses Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush to paint with light and color on his photos.