Coyotes Are Active In This Area!

November 18, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine Ummmmm . . . you don’t say. Driving around south Denver yesterday, I stumbled on this. I didn’t have a “real” camera handy, but I snapped a frame or two with a OnePlus cell phone, that has 13 megapixel camera. And… it shoots raw. This is the full, un-cropped frame […]

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Now Accepting Bitcoin For My Image Correction Master Class Videos . . .

November 10, 2014

Want to get a 15% discount on my Image Correction Master Class videos? Buy them with bitcoin. I’m eventually going to get some better integration going with CoinBase, but for now this is my first experiment in taking bitcoin for online video purchases. Go to the Image Correction Master Class page, scroll down and click […]

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Two New Lightroom Workshops Coming To The Lone Tree Photography Club

October 8, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine Coming up on consecutive Saturdays, I’ll be leading two, short 4-hour workshops on special subjects in Lightroom. Our Saturday, October 25 workshop will be focused on Keywords, Collections & Metadata, and in the November 1 workshop we will take a deeper dive on working with metadata, covering Virtual Copies, The […]

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A Workflow Essay On DAM That Never Saw The Light Of Day . . .

October 8, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine I was recently asked to write a piece for an organization on Digital Asset Management, and one of the requirements was that it be 400 words. I didn’t push back on this requirement, or even ask why. But it reminded me of negotiating with one of the fast-food style video […]

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Coming Up Soon! Take Your Photography to the Next Level . . . A Weekend Lightroom Workshop at The University of Denver.

September 29, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine My two-day, weekend workshop is coming up in just two weeks: October 11 – 12. This intensive Lightroom workshop is sponsored by the University of Denver College of Professional and Continuing Studies. We have a special agenda for this class, with an intermediate-to-advanced look at location catalog workflows on day […]

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A Few Pictures From Venice . . .

September 27, 2014

GPS: 45°26’16” N 12°20’7″ E Photograph © George A. Jardine We’re back from our bi-annual ICP workshop in Venice. This year we had a record number of students, and they were—by far—my best group ever. We were very lucky to have such a fabulous range of talent and personalities. Thanks to our students, this workshop […]

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A Special Opportunity In December: Come Shoot With Us In Assam and Nagaland – The Festivals, Hill Tribes and Tea Gardens Of Northeast India

August 21, 2014

Photograph © Martin Sammtleben This last June I taught my first workshop in Iceland with Geraldine and Martin from Wild Photography Holidays. (You can see a small gallery of my photos from that workshop, here.) That workshop was great fun and a huge success so we’re doing it again, starting with Assam and the tribal […]

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Adobe’s Creative Cloud Plan for Photographers . . .

August 7, 2014

Photographs © George A. Jardine Recently I was doing a bit of consulting with at a prominent photographer’s studio in Aspen and found that they were still using Photoshop CS6 for their retouching, which is not at all uncommon. I asked why not upgrade to the Creative Cloud version of Photoshop, and the answer was […]

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Take Your Photography to the Next Level at this University of Denver Weekend Lightroom Workshop . . .

July 21, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be leading an intensive, two-day Lightroom workshop at the University of Denver College of Professional and Continuing Studies this October 11 – 12. If you’re in the Denver area, and you’re ready to take your Lightroom and digital imaging skills to the next level, […]

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A Guest Blog For Jakob de Boer . . .

July 9, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine Jakob de Boer has been a customer, advocate and friend for several years. When he built his new website he asked me to contribute a guest blog entry, and so… guess what I decided to talk about? Library organization! Here’s the link. Jakob is a fantastic photographer, and so I […]

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