Posted on February 21, 2014
Join Michael Corsentino as he walks through the Perfect Photo Suite 8 and shares his workflow. He shares how he uses Perfect Effects and Perfect Portrait on his photos and navigates through Browse on his folders of photos from various professional photo shoots.
Michael Corsentino is an award-winning contemporary wedding, portrait, editorial and fashion photographer. A 2013 American Photo Top Ten Wedding Photographer nominee, Michael is an Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom expert as well as a Capture One Pro Certified Professional. He is author of the popular Canon Speedlite System Digital Field Guide, Canon 6D Digital Filed Guide, and forthcoming Capture One 7 Pro Official Guide.
To watch the video in high resolution, open the video, click on the gear and select 720p.
Modules Used: Browse, Portrait, Effects
Posted on February 14, 2014
Doug Landreth, co-founder of Photomorphis, is well known for his richly emotional, painterly, composited fine art images. Join Doug in this episode of Perfect Inspiration as he evolves a seemingly ordinary photo into one of his signature photo illustrations.
Posted on February 4, 2014
Congratulations on installing your new copy of Perfect Effects 8 Premium Edition! Now you can bring out the “WOW” in your images with an extensive library of one-click presets, adjustable filters, and powerful tools that create the best effects. If you’re new to Perfect Effects 8, learn more about it.
Posted on December 19, 2013
Doug Landreth is one of the nicest people we have had the pleasure of working with. He has been photographing parts of the world and the Pacific Northwest for the past 25 years. He is well known for his complex, conceptual photo-illustrations, and his large-scale production, lifestyle and transportation campaigns, for which he has received numerous national awards. For the past ten years Doug has been focusing not only on his thriving commercial business, but developing a large following for his painterly, composited fine art images.
In 2010, Doug started teaching his “Scratching the Surface” workshops for photographers interested in adapting his techniques for their own work. This lead to the formation of “Photomorphis”, a company he started with his longtime creative collaborator, David Volkamer. Photomorphis is an online site designed as a resource for inspiration, education, and collaboration for anyone interested in taking their photography further.
Thanks for allowing us to interview you for the blog. Tell us a little about yourself.
I’ve been a lifelong photographer. The fever hit when my identical twin brother and I went on a two week tour of Europe with other kids our age from across the country the summer of our Junior year in high school. We bought our first real 35mm camera to document our journey and I’ve been documenting my journeys ever since. On our return from Europe, I enrolled in a photography class my senior year of high school and was further motivated by a great instructor. I quickly became the school yearbook photographer and continued as a school yearbook photographer for the 4 subsequent years I spent acquiring a business degree from the University of Puget Sound. I had quickly decided that I would pursue photography as a profession and wanted to gain some business acumen prior to attending Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara where I was awarded the “Outstanding Achievement Award” on graduation.
I moved back to the Northwest and began a 30 year career in Commercial Photography working with design firms and ad agencies on product campaigns across the country. I had a large studio in Seattle and gained notoriety for my layered and textural images utilizing analog techniques that spanned the gamut from multiple large format cameras, pin registered dupe transparencies, in-camera masks, Polaroid transfers and multiple exposures. I was also well know for my complex lighting and large production shoots. During this time, I used many of these same techniques to explore my own fine art work. These images are all done in camera on a single sheet of film before the idea of Photoshop or digital images dawned.
Posted on December 18, 2013
“A new update already,” you ask? “Didn’t you just deliver Perfect Photo Suite 8?” Yes and yes!
As part of our continuing effort to offer the best photo editing tools designed specifically for photographers and our commitment to listen to your wants and needs, we’ve released Perfect Photo Suite 8.1 that includes improved stability and compatibility, and new features that were requested during our beta release and feedback program.
The Perfect Photo Suite 8.1 update adds:
- An Extras Manager for importing user-created backgrounds, borders, textures, and presets. Watch this video by onOne Friend, Doug Landreth of Photomorphis.com, to see check it out!