Last fall Software-Cinema approached me about putting together an instructional DVD on Photoshop CS4. As I write this, the DVD is going to press and should be released within the month.
I am making my annual pilgrimage to Ketchum, Idaho at the end of February and will be offering a photography workshop titled “Photoshop CS4 Fundamental Workflow” based on the DVD. Dates are March 9-13th. Its going to be a great one! I hope you can make it.
I will be teaching six photography workshops in 2008. Other Photoshop courses out there focus on techniques that aren’t applicable to everyday shooting. In my courses, Photography is at the heart of every bit of instruction behind the lens and the computer. The complete workshop schedule with links is posted below. I hope to see you there!
For the first time since owning Lightroom, I have experienced a Lightroom catalog becoming corrupted. Fortunately under File>Catalog settings>Metadata, I have been writing my metadata to my .xmp side car files. Unfortunately, I did not realize when a .lrcat file becomes corrupted, the metadata does not include virtual copies of the images, or references to what catalog sets they are in. I hope Adobe changes this in the next release of Lightroom. Continue reading THE PROBLEM – LIGHTROOM CATALOG CORRUPTION