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August 15, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 162

This week, we give you 50% more!
Phillip Andrews (professional photographer, Better Photoshop Techniques magazine publisher, and Adobe Ambassador) joins us for a chat about:
the differences between Photoshop CS5 and Lightroom 3,
his new Photoshop CS5 Essential Skills book, which SI listeners can buy at a 20% discount using the code ‘pa123’,


the Visible Light seminars touring Australia over the coming months,


and the new Photoshop CS5 custom panel which SI listeners can download for free using the code ‘freepanel’.
Then, Phillip and Shelton go into a discussion about getting it right in camera,
and we round out the episode with a brief mention of Bruce’s recent good news (more detail next episode).

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Duration: 1:13:58


May 2, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 154

This week, we’re joined by professional photographer, Adobe Ambassador (Photoshop, Lightroom), Co-Editor of Better Photoshop Techniques magazine, and internationally published author, Phillip Andrews.
Phil pops in for a chat about Adobe’s Creative Suite 5, and some of the new features of Photoshop CS5, Lightroom 3 and Adobe Camera Raw 6.
Plus he mentioned these crazy guys who strap a DSLR/video camera to a remote control helicopter!

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Head over to either site, place your order, and enter the promo code ‘siplistener’ at check out for a 40% discount!

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Duration: 37:48


April 18, 2010

Shutters Inc – episode 152

This week, Bruce’s holiday, in which I played with some more off-camera flash,
DIY lighting,
Shelton discovers the benefits of blogging, with Kodak asking him to travel to South Africa to shoot/video/blog the World Cup,
Richard Annable alerts us to the potential dangers of beta software,
the Adobe CS5 launch,
content-aware fill in Photoshop CS5,
creating your own presets (rather than using those that ship with your software),
exposing to the left/right of the histogram,
the season finale of House shot entirely on a Canon 5D mk11,
and your last chance to have a crack at the photo retouching competition in order to win yourself a Wacom Intuos 4 graphics tablet!

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Duration: 1:04:17