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Just click the link above. We just added Chicago and the Detroit area for April. Dates and signup info are at KelbyOneLive. Jean A. Roboto was used for headlines and subheads. Frutiger LT Std for text. Each month we feature cover art by KelbyOne members!
Julio is based out of Long Beach, California, and has a background in graphic design and Web development. He started out in photography in as a hobby but quickly became obsessed with the use of light, image retouching, and compositing. He enjoys shooting and creating art that depicts his Mexican American culture and the Harbor Area of Los Angeles of where he grew up. All rights reserved. Any use of the contents of this publication without the written permission of the publisher is strictly prohibited.
Photoshop User is an independent journal, not affiliated in any way with Adobe Systems, Inc. All other trademarks mentioned belong to their respective owners. Some of the views expressed by contributors may not be the representative views of the publisher. His latest book is Photoshop CC for Dummies.
He was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame in He specializes in creating branding projects and logos and has been published by Peachpit and KelbyOne. Learn more at www. He continues to work as a writer and technical reviewer and has a passion for landscape photography.
He has a B. He can be reached here. Keep up with him at scoxel. Look for his latest book Photoshop Tricks for Designers. Need a recommendation? Need to know how to do a particular technique? We will help! Photoshop User and Lightroom Magazine are both published 10 times per year with tutorials, news and more. Exclusively for members. They revealed a contest where one lucky winner would be the first to be featured in a brand-new solo gallery show called The Gallery at KelbyOne here at our headquarters.
To enter, all you had to do was submit a little bit of info about yourself and a link to your work, and boy, did you all submit!
No joke—we received an insane amount of entries. After hours and hours of reviewing all of this work, we came to the conclusion that our members are incredibly talented. But then again, we already knew that!
Everyone who entered deserves a round of applause. Way to go! And while we wish we could feature everyone, there can only be one winner. Congrats, Mark! Just keep an eye out for an announcement for another chance to win! Thanks again for all the submissions, and best of luck to you for the next gallery. Official KelbyOne merchandise is finally available.
We have short-sleeve T-shirts, longsleeve T-shirts, polo shirts, hats, jackets, and mugs—everything you need so you can be totally decked out in your KelbyOne gear the next time you go on a photo adventure or hit the grocery store. Enjoy and happy shopping! On February 8, , we gave The Grid a complete overhaul. Everything changed!
Well, maybe not everything. What does this mean? Scott is still going to bring you amazing guests, industry-related news, blind critiques, and so much more. We love hearing what the KelbyOne gang has to say. He joined NAPP now KelbyOne back in , and in addition to his travel photography, he has also taken up aviation photography. We first met at Photoshop World How many PSWs have you been to? I was living in Anchorage at the time and found myself in a position that allowed me both the time and funds to see what all the excitement was about.
My first Photoshop World was very exciting. The instructors were very personable and had this awesome energy; the kind of energy that made you want to rush home and see what new projects you could explore. Everyone had a common interest and a willingness to help. How long have you been a pilot and how has that career benefited your photography? As a commercial pilot, I have a unique opportunity to travel the globe. I want to learn the history of the various regions of the world, not compare it to where I live.
I look for unique objects, events, and people to capture. Some of my favorite places are the back alleys and streets away from the popular travel spots. What made you decide to join NAPP back in ? My first copies of Photoshop User magazine were purchased from the local bookstore.
His ability to take a complex poster and break it down into simple elements was a game changer for me. Which KelbyOne instructors have influenced your work the most?
The two biggest influences in my photography development have been Glyn Dewis and Dave Black. Ironically, I attended separate extended workshops with each instructor prior to seeing them at a Kelby event.
They strive to make the learning event unique for each participant. You leave feeling like you really accomplished something. I carry a Nikon SB Speedlight as well to assist with indoor areas. What do you like shooting in your home area? I currently live in Southern California. My current emphasis is aviation photography. Two years ago, my wife saw a portfolio from a photographer named Larry Grace.
In addition to my Nikon, I carry a GoPro and mount it to the dash of the airplane and capture views of airports from around the world. What software do you use in your workflow? My primary software of choice is Photoshop CC. Photoshop is a natural extension of my shooting workflow. I make every attempt to get the photo I want in-camera. I utilize Photoshop for compositing and making unique photos as part of my creative process.
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