January, 2011

Photoshop Tutorial: Best Skin Retouching Techniques and Tools

Mon, Jan 31, 2011

One of the most universal uses for photoshop is skin retouching. It is amazing how in just a few minutes you can make the typical teens acne filled skin look as flawless as the models on those ridiculous proactive commercials. The problem is that most people using photoshop do not really know when to use

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Photography Session with Jenna Tretyak

Wed, Jan 26, 2011

Jenna Tretyak and I have known each other for quite some time now. The first time we met we hit it off pretty good, and have been friends since. It had been a while since I had seen her last, which is partly why it was an exciting and fun day of shooting. She has

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KC Music Photography Shoot with Calvin Arsenia

Sun, Jan 23, 2011

Calvin Arsenia and I have been great friends for quite some time. We first started our friendship as leaders in a Bible Study we had at our high school where he would sing and play guitar. Since then he has continued to minister through his craft and is booking shows like crazy. I’m quite excited

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All New Photography Site! And a few tips for yours.

Wed, Jan 19, 2011

I am so excited about this new photography website! It is clean, simple, and compatible with most mobile devices. The site is recphotography.com. I encourage you to check it out! There were a few major reasons why I decided to remake the website entirely, although the previous site was only a year old. Reasons for

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Beginning a New Series of Photoshop Tutorial Videos

Wed, Jan 12, 2011

Over the years I have acquired a lot of different techniques and tricks in photoshop that could be very helpful to people using the program. Since I am a huge advocate of aspiring artists and love to teach, I am beginning a series of training videos to show helpful tricks that I frequently use when

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Behind the Scenes Look at Web Development

Tue, Jan 11, 2011

I am now in the process of remaking my site into a blog for creative training, portfolio, and for multi-media promotion; Instead of doing the normal thing, which is to develop the site on a remote test server, I thought it would be a good idea to do all the development on the live server.

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