Ok so at the time of writing this post it’s getting kind of late so I’ll keep it brief so that I can get as much beauty sleep as I possibly can…(need) 🙂
First off, the photograph above is one taken this week in the studio with Singer, Entertainer and Luther Vandross Impressionist Harry Cambridge. It just so happens that Harry is a very good friend of my good buddy and assistant Neal Hibbert, and the shoot was arranged in order to put together some new promotional material for him.
As is always the case, we had a total blast and at times during the shoot were treated to our own personal concert as Harry belted out some incredible vocals. Shot using a couple of set ups, I’ll be sure to cover them in detail including the editing in a later post.
This past few days there have been some great posts published across some of the blogs that I read on a regular basis so I thought I’d list a few of them here for you to take a look through, if you haven’t seen them already:
My buddy A.J. has a post on his blog titled “Lightroom vs Adobe Bridge”. This is an update to a post originally written for the TipSquirrel website and is as the title says…a great comparison between the two pieces of software; definitely worth a read [Link]
Great video put together by Adobe Guru Terry White showing the advantages of using ‘Virtual Copies’ in Lightroom 3:
Incidentally Terry has two websites that I’d highly recommend adding to your reading list:
Interesting read over on the Lightroom Secrets blog about Keywords and Exporting Images [Link]
Lightroom Killer Tips
Lastly, Matt Kloskowki over at the Lightroom Killer Tips blog has a great post titled “The Easiest Way to Share Lightroom Catalogs with Different Computers”; the post title speak for itself, is short and to the point…definitely worth a read [Link]
Talking of Matt Kloskowki and Lightroom Killer Tips, if you are a Lightroom user then this site is well worth adding to your reading schedule too. A wealth of learning the site is updated on a regular basis with hints, tips, videos and free presets:
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Right, I’m off to study the back of my eyelids so I’ll catch you later.