I've been quite busy of the last week. After finishing my new Photoshop CS4 Up to Speed book, I've:
- Printed a bunch of my Route 66 images on Crystal Archive paper at Pro Photo in Irvine, CA to see what they look like off a lightjet. The results remind me of traditional cybachrome prints, which is quite a nice look.
- I presented seminars in Kansas City and St. Louis.
- Between seminar dates, I followed Route 66 through Kansas, Missouri and Illinois and shot with a Canon 1Ds Mark III (a loaner) and my new Canon 14mm rectilinear lens, which was a reward for finish my latest book. I can't wait to get my hands on the new Canon 5D Mark II, which features the same resolution as the 1Ds Mark III.
- Finished the marketing and overall design of my revised Photoshop for Photographers tour which will include a lot of info about Photoshop CS4 and High Dynamic Range imaging.
This week working on updating the handbook for my Photoshop for Photographers seminar tour. I should be heading towards Los Osos, CA over the next few days since I'll be teaching my Advanced Photoshop for Photographers workshop.
The image above is a composite of approximately 75 photographs that make up a Panollage™, which is a combination of a panorama and a collage. I took these shots while exploring Route 66 in Kansas, Missouri and Illinois last week. Click on the image to see a larger version.
Hi Ben, You mentioned you revied Photoshop for Photographers tour including info on CS4 and HDR imaging. My question is, has CS4 added any new features that enhance or change your workflow for HDR? Thanks, Dave
Dave… no, but I was updating the seminar for CS4 and thought it was about time that I included info on how I create my HDR images.
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