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Month: May 2010



Beginner’s Photoshop Bootcamp: Online Group Classes

As most of you know, I teach Photoshop.  I offer a number of Photoshop Classes for photographers as well as one-on-one Photoshop training. Some of the classes I offer are: Learn All About Using Curves in Photoshop Color Fixing: Color Correction in Photoshop Color Crazy: Popping Colors in Photoshop Speed Editing: Learn Shortcuts to Edit…


Why Linking is the Most Important Part of Your SEO

Allow myself to introduce… myself. I’m Zach Prez, Google rank sherpa for ya’ll photographers and author of the Photographer’s SEO Blog and Book. This post covers the Everest of SEO which is link building. It’s the most difficult and time consuming of SEO tasks, but has the biggest payoff for getting you ranked at the…


Contest {Enter to Win} Stand Out Mount Prints From Color Inc.

This week, you can enter to win a white standout mount up to size 20×24 from Color Inc. We will be giving away 2 prizes. So you are twice as likely to win. Stand out mounts are a perfect option when you want the three-dimensional look of gallery wrapped canvas but do not have enough…


Watermark Your Images in Photoshop CS5: FREE & EASY

Watermarking and re-sizing are two effective ways to protect your photos from theft on the internet. And they also brand your images, which is an added bonus. While people may still copy or take a screen shot, prominent logos on re-sized photos make it harder for customers to print your images without permission. Watermarking and…


How to Move Photoshop Actions & More to Photoshop CS5

Are you considering an upgrade to Photoshop CS5?  Did you already purchase CS5 and are unsure how to move over your products, like Photoshop actions? It can take a little bit of time and preparation, but setting up Photoshop CS5 should be fairly easy. If possible, start preparing before the program arrives via mail or…


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