This week’s episode is all about communicating. Glyn and Dave have touched on elements of this before but this week they decided to revisit this subject after receiving multiple cut and paste communications when a more personal approach would have yielded a more positive response. Why don’t we have time to be personal anymore?
This week we interview a man who, without his generosity, we would not be making this podcast. Zack was instrumental in Glyn following the path he did in 2009 which eventually led to us meeting in 2010. Catching up with Zack 10 years on he opens up about life as a photographer and reveals the truth about the real world of a working photographer and some harsh truths we all experience, how to get out of that funk and keep going. It’s one of our most honest and revealing interviews.
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This week, Glyn chats to Rick Wenner who is a New York based award winning portrait photographer whose work has been featured in numerous magazines and press outlets. Rick and Glyn chat about how photography is not about the camera, it’s about the people. Rick shares some powerful information and stories. https://rickwenner.com/PORTFOLIO/thumbs // https://www.instagram.com/rickwenner/
After a stretch of great interviews, Glyn and Dave have a catch up to talk about recent events, some news, a few recommendations and some info about our upcoming 50th episode and big prize draw. Plus some chit chat in-between. Stay tuned, subscribe and get ready for our episode next week, please tell your friends, share and comment, it really helps us make better shows for you and us! Thank you
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This week we chat to an incredibly talented young lady at the peak of her career in the Hollywood movie and TV poster industry. Lisa Carney has worked on hundreds of well know movie and TV posters you’d all recognise. Lisa tells us how she came to be in this industry and how she is now a leader and mentor for women in the industry. Lisa is an incredible retoucher, finisher, photographer, teacher and human being. Please join us and Lisa for a funny, friendly and informative chat about her, her career and the industry.
Last week we spoke to the godfather, this week we speak to ‘The Photoshop Guy’ Dave Cross. Both Glyn and Dave have learned so much from people such as Dave since their introduction to Photoshop and continuing our quest to interview the very people who have helped us we bring you our episode with Photoshop Hall of Famer, author and instructor (ex-KelbyOne/NAPP) Dave Cross.
For over 28 years Dave Cross has been helping photographers and creative professionals get the most out of their Adobe software. Since1987, Dave has taught Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to thousands of users around the world. He has a Bachelor of Education, is an Adobe Certified Instructor and is a Certified Technical Trainer. Dave has taught for Adobe, at Photoshop World, the Texas School of Photography, Adobe MAX, Imaging USA and at numerous corporate locations. Dave has written many articles and multiple books, co-hosted Photoshop User TV and has taught online courses for Kelby One, Creative Live and Photoshop Cafe. He offers online training at learningphotoshop.cc.
Dave has taught Photoshop in every state in the United States, throughout Canada and in Europe, consistently earning rave reviews. Dave is well-known for his engaging style, his humor and his ability to make complex topics easy to understand. In 2009 Dave was inducted into the Photoshop Hall of Fame, and in 2016 and 2017 was named a MAX Master Instructor.
Glyn and Dave return from Adobe Max in Los Angeles and give you an update about the event, the great people they met and also dealing with some very negative online comments about Photoshop CC2019. On episode 44 we chat to Photoshop legend Bert Monroy, recorded at Adobe Max 2018.