Nik Radio

August 21, 2010 | Leave a Comment |

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Visit Nik Radio and listen to advice and inspiration from top pros using Nik software; the growing list of offerings includes Tony Corbel, Moose Peterson, Rick Sammon, Tony Sweet, Vincent Versace, and many others.

Want more inspiration?

Read selections from 42 conversations with photographers here.

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Thursday, May 13, 2010 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT

Log in anywhere you’ve got a web connection.

“This class is about how to make a Black White image that not only rivals Silver Gelatin images but surpasses them. Learn why you should not use every conversion approach and when you should! You will learn how to transform a RGB file to B&W replicating the physics of how it would have been recorded if actually shot on black and white film without ever leaving the RGB color space.”

Register here. It’s free!

Learn more about Vincent Versace here.

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Experience four days packed full of learning and inspiration at the Nik Summit May 13-16, 2010 in San Diego, California.

Get a quick overview on Vincent Versace’s blog here.

Get all the details here.

Get the vibe by reading Tony Corbell’s invitation … Read more

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When did you first know you wanted to be a photographer?

A lot of times the answer goes way back and that inspiring moment follows us for a lifetime.

Here’s what Vincent Versace shared in a recent interview with Scott Wyden.

“When I knew I wanted to be a photographer, I mean new it in my core, was when I was 15 years old and out to the smoky mountains with my other uncle CJ Elfont. I shot my first “smokey water” waterfall. I watched how the world stopped for him when he shot and the look on his face after he made an exposure with his view camera. I had the “buzz” when I captured my water shot. That was when I knew.”

Read more with Vincent Versace here.
Find more about Vincent Versace here.

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Announcing all new training DVDs by Vincent Versace.
In these all new DVD releases, Vincent Versace invites us to join him on his journey of mastery, the art of perfect practice, in which he unites the precepts of Zen philosophy with the art and craft of photographic image making. Embodying what he teaches, these lessons reflect innovations in technology in Photoshop and workflow; you will see his evolution of technique, workflow and how he approaches tools and his visual sensibility. The DVDs are filled with tools and approaches that will expand your creative tool chest and your perfect practice . Be inspired to revitalize your mind as you learn to expose the hidden potential within your images. Whether you are a novice, intermediate or advanced Photoshop user, you will find the lessons will accelerate your knowledge to match the quality of your vision. If you have release 1.0, you will find that the new content has expanded each lesson from one to two DVDs. These lessons have taken Vincent years to discover by practicing perfect practice. They are shared here for you to learn, integrate the knowledge and stimulate your creative process and perfect practice.
The Pre-order PRICE is 59.95 per title ($10.00 off).
Buy both bundled together for $109.90 and save an additional $10.00.
Free shipping.
Find out more at Acme Educational.


This evening is always one of my favorite events. DiVitale, Glyda, McNally, Maisel, Versace, Caponigro, Peterson. We all show recent work and talk about our creative processes. What we do. What we produce. Why we do the things we do. The really important stuff. It’s always different. I never do the same thing twice.

The evening is full of great pearls of wisdom. Like Joe McNally’s “If you want to take more interesting pictures, go to more interesting places.” Or, Jay Maisel, “Let the picture come to you.” Or Vincent Versace’s quotes of Ernst Hass, “Don’t take pictures. Be taken by pictures.” and Cartier Bresson, “Give me inspiration over perspiration.”

Tonight I’ll be showing new work from my recent voyage to Antarctica in January 2009.

See my work in Antarctica here and stay tuned for new updates.
See my text on Antarctica here and stay tuned for updates.
Watch for my Antarctica Blurb book update later this spring.

See upcoming destinations here.


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