Find out how Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom work best together. This session reveals the most efficient way to move back and forth between these powerful applications, whether you’re editing a single image or an entire shoot. You’ll learn how to take advantage of export options, presets, publish services, Smart Objects, droplets, and more to automate your workflow and increase your productivity.

View more Lightroom videos here.

Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.

Matt Koslowski demonstrates Lighroom essentials – importing and organizing, developing, editing in both Lightroom and Photoshop, as well as printing and presenting your photos.

View more Lightroom videos here.

Learn more in my digital photography and digital printing workshops.


Sean Duggan and I discuss the benefits of becoming more aware of your creative process.

Find out more about Sean Duggan here.

Find more Photographers On Photography resources here.

Catch us both at Foto Clave this weekend.

Finding it hard to choose between so many photo editing iPhone apps? Here’s my short list of essential photo editing apps. Get these ten apps and it’s likely you’ll only buy other apps for specialized effects or participating in specific social networks.

Snapseed, PhotoForge 2, Pro HDR, Auto Stitch Panorama, Liquid Scale, iResize, Photo Fixer, TiltShift, Image Blender

Read my full review on The Huffington Post.

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Arthur Meyerson provides quick candid answers to 20 questions.

What’s the best thing about photography?

Taught me how to “see”.

What’s the worst thing about photography?

We are inundated with photographs… not enough vision.

What’s the best thing about gear?

Allows me to capture what I see

What’s the worst thing about gear?

Weight, cost and continually thinking I need to upgrade plus the never-ending conversation about gear

What was the most significant visual moment in your life?

I once had a dream in slide show form and each still image “came alive” becoming a dream within a dream.

Which was the most important image to you that got away?

Spending a day with Cartier-Bresson and NOT photographing him.

Read more of Arthur’s answers here.

Find out more about Arthur Meyerson here.

Read answers to the same questions by other photographers here.

Read my extended conversation with Arthur Meyerson here.

Read my series Photographers On Photography here.


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Flip through pages, search text, zoom in on full-resolution images and more.

Learn more at Blurb.

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