I’ve had this piece by Andrey Drozdov on my Pinterest board for about two years. I love how surprisingly human it is.
This week’s selection is an architectural concept piece by Darius on CGSociety. Dig the angles and implied details!
An art writer for The Guardian recently published an article that seems to elevate his own bias against a medium to what others should and should not do in the art world. When articles like this come out, it makes me wonder if the writer is simply looking to stir things up and make a…Details
Wanna hear a story? It’s a story about pixels and portraits and the things that happen to them. The story begins with a set of scripts and an unassuming panel, the kind of panel you might not look twice at if you met it in a pub down in the Gaslamp. Ok, it’s not a…Details
Recently, I was asked to present a webinar via Adobe Connect to the Photoshop and Lightroom Facebook group (managed by Andrew Kavanaugh). Since I’ve been tinkering with the Clone Stamp tool (see this post), I decided it was time to bust out a new technique with it, one that replicates a style I’ve seen here…Details
November’s issue is out! This time around, I show you something a little unusual with the Clone Stamp tool. While most Photoshop users have gotten used to the idea of making image corrections with it, I wanted to use the Clone Stamp in a more artistic way. Coupled with a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet, I…Details
Now with 5% more things! Ok, don’t hold me to that; I just needed a number. What I really want to share is that I will be taking time to revamp this blog over the next few weeks. The first phase will be to add new features and resources – something I’ve always appreciated in…Details
I just wrapped preliminary recording for a new DVD with my publisher, Peachpit. This one is aimed at blending modes and adjustment layers for photographers, and you get to see me forget… um… demonstrate my favorite techniques right on your screen! Well, more precisely, you get to watch my Photoshop desktop and listen to me…Details
In October’s issue of Photoshop User, I introduce you to Color Lookup Table adjustments, and show you the steps for creating your own. There is just a ton of potential for those who want to consistently color grade their work in Photoshop, whether you’re shooting a commercial series, editing video, or producing any other collection…Details
Well, I managed to screw up a little. When I was researching the name ‘Photoshop Workbench’, I didn’t do a very good job and only searched for clever social media shortcuts. That made me completely miss Mark S. Johnson’s long-running blog. I’ve contacted Mark and apologized; he was really cool about it and understood that…Details
I’m very happy to finally announce that I’m starting a new column in Photoshop User Magazine (kelbyone.com): Photoshop Workbench! Join me as I put Photoshop tools up on the workbench and tinker with their innards, figuring out how to use them and sometimes finding something new. Whenever possible, I’ll set up experiments that you can…Details