Tag Archive: How To

Aug 08 2014

Topaz Clarity an Advanced Look

Topaz Webinar Follow-Up I love doing Webinars with Topaz Labs, they really are the highlight of my month in many cases.  I tend to cram a lot of information into one session.  I don’t do this because I want to confuse people, I do it because I want there to be as much information as …

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May 09 2014

Topaz Labs Clean – Review Tutorial

Until recently I have never used Topaz Clean.  It is one of those programs that was in the bundle that I really did not see a use for.  It wasn’t because it is not useful, don’t get me wrong.  It is because I was ignorant to what it could do! I had no idea that …

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Oct 18 2013

Topaz ReMask Tutorial

Topaz ReMask may be the most intuitive piece of masking software I have ever used!  Really, it rocks!  Masking can be a pain in Photoshop, even with the refine edge tool.  However, ReMask makes it simple, really simple, easier than finger painting and much less cleanup! Paint what you want in green Paint what you …

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Oct 11 2013

How To Photograph A Difficult Subject With LPN!


Last weekend David and I recorded our latest tutorial, “How to Photograph a Difficult Subject” for LearnPhotoNow.   You may have photographed a difficult subject before, like a pet or a screaming child, but a Zombie?  That is a whole different can of worms!  David and I were talking last Thursday about how funny it would be …

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Sep 24 2013

Tough Mudder 2013, Kansas

Last weekend I completed the hardest challenge I have ever set myself up for, the 2013 Tough Mudder in Topeka Kansas.  However, this is a challenge that I absolutely could not have done without the awesome team that my buddy Barrett put together, The Rock Warriors.  The ten of us accomplished a feat that I …

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Aug 02 2013

How To Make Highlight Blowout Rays


So my show is today, it is at The Cashew in Kansas City on 2000 Grand Ave if you are in the area.  They have a great reception area that is just immaculate for showing work.  I am stoked! One of the pieces I am showing is a great example of the 4th step in …

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