I’ve been a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals for years and a big fan of the magazine Photoshop User. This month they have published an article by…me! Here’s what they said about it:
Dustcatcher Spot Removal Redux
What’s the one thing that every photographer has to deal with? That’s right—dust (did the title above give the answer away?). Several years ago, Kevin Ames showed us how to track down and eliminate dust using Photoshop. Ann Torrence shows us how to use tone curves and the Spot Removal tool to battle dust in Lightroom. It’s a never-ending struggle, but this technique will take the fight out of the dust in your images.
It feels great to be able to give back to a community that helped me along the way. If you aren’t a member, you can request a free sample issue on the website. The information in those magazines makes my membership in NAPP is one of the first things in my budget every year.
Since I had something to actually write about (several things actually), I took it as a nudge to finally write up my first newsletter. The one I’ve been
threatening promising to do for literally years. You can see it here. There’s a link in it to a rock-bottom discount price for the Highway 89 books. If you want to get a newsletter every couple of months, you can subscribe to my list.
And since I’m chock full o’news today, the date has been set for PhotowalkingUtah’s annual excursion to Temple Square to photograph the lights: December 20. Look here for time and meet-up location, gather up your woolies, tripod and Santa hat, and we’ll see you there!