Thomas Hawk gets schooled on Photoshop by guru

It was fun watching this happen live — Jan taught Thomas a whole bunch of Photoshop tricks in less than an hour.

I have more than 20 videos in the can. This week is going to be slow cause I’m behind on editing. and I’m off to the Blog Business Summit where I can’t take my Mac. Sigh.

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21 thoughts on “Thomas Hawk gets schooled on Photoshop by guru

  1. Video editing is a pain to get behind on, especially if you do it with fictional video because you get so many takes that you have to go through – it becomes a meticulous process that becomes repetitive and tiring after too long!

    Out of curiosity, what software do you use for editing on your Mac? One of the flavors of Final Cut (Final Cut Pro, Express), iMovie, or a third party program?

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  2. Video editing is a pain to get behind on, especially if you do it with fictional video because you get so many takes that you have to go through – it becomes a meticulous process that becomes repetitive and tiring after too long!

    Out of curiosity, what software do you use for editing on your Mac? One of the flavors of Final Cut (Final Cut Pro, Express), iMovie, or a third party program?

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  3. ref.1 No summit for the Mac.

    Does it have to do with foreign militaries having the same operational frequency as the Mac?

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  4. ref.1 No summit for the Mac.

    Does it have to do with foreign militaries having the same operational frequency as the Mac?

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  5. Hmm, spend a couple of minutes “walking” around Hawks photos. Interesting stuff. This picture:

    http://beta.zooomr.com/photos/thomashawk/294206

    was interesting to me. The color contrast, light refracted through the glass, reflection in the glass, women’s chest (always interesting to men I guess) … just lots of little details to it made it an interesting photo for me to look at for a bit. I would have left a comment for him, but what a pain to have to get a log in to comment. So I dropped the comment here for him.

    Oh well I shouldn’t say to much as commenting on my site is currently down for the count and I have been too lazy to fix it.

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  6. Hmm, spend a couple of minutes “walking” around Hawks photos. Interesting stuff. This picture:

    http://beta.zooomr.com/photos/thomashawk/294206

    was interesting to me. The color contrast, light refracted through the glass, reflection in the glass, women’s chest (always interesting to men I guess) … just lots of little details to it made it an interesting photo for me to look at for a bit. I would have left a comment for him, but what a pain to have to get a log in to comment. So I dropped the comment here for him.

    Oh well I shouldn’t say to much as commenting on my site is currently down for the count and I have been too lazy to fix it.

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