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MONTHLY NEWS + TIPS

Do you ever wonder what we’ve been up to?  well, stay in touch and subscribe to CYAN JACK News. If anything just sign up for the awesome tips,  I’m sending out great ones.  There is a new link added to the Pages on the right side of the blog called “GET MONTHLY NEWS + TIPS” [...]

Shoot: Interview Magazine August

Another fun interview shoot with photographer Stephen Rose for the August 2009 issue of INTERVIEW mag.  I was on the streets slinging hard drives and laptops (aka. digital capture) and back in the retouching suite before you can say pesto gnocchi.  Stephen stopped by the studio to go over some color idea’s and the rest [...]

COLOR PRINTING: BIGGER AND BETTER

Artist and master printer Tema Stauffer is teaching a color printing course at ICP (International Center of Photography) this fall.  A short look at Tema’s work either in person at the Daniel Cooney gallery, or on her website will tip off her uncanny sense of color and her firm grasp on american photography.
Tema [...]

aipad

If you’re in New York March 26-29th, don’t miss aipad
There will be some amazing prints both classic and contemporary from some very notable Galleries. I hope they have some nice Weston’s. I’ve been reading his day books again, which I highly recommend reading if you haven’t already, but the reproductions just aren’t doing [...]

Saturation distribution

So I made some exiting new discoveries with saturation in Lightroom that I can’t keep to myself.  It’s important to know exactly what both the saturation and vibrance sliders are doing in order to get how this works.
-  The saturation slider takes all colors and saturates them at even increments regardless of their current saturation.
-  Vibrance [...]

DELICIOUS

One feature that will likely go un-noticed on this blog is the Delicious Page.  To find the link just scroll down on your right,  you’ll see it underneath PAGES -> Delicious.
If you’re not already on Delicious, you should be.  It’s essentially collective bookmarks that are viewable on the web from any computer.  You can save [...]