At the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City last week I had the honor of speaking on behalf of Adobe to help announce the new beta release of Photoshop Lightroom 3. The talk garnered the attention of the New York Times, and I was featured in a writeup found here. Tune in to the article to read about the basics of Lightroom and check out my interview – I fill readers in about my experiences with Photoshop and Lightroom, and give a rundown of everything that I use the available tools for.
I also spoke on behalf of Canon at their expo stage, showing a range of my adventure and philanthropic photography. I was honored to have Photoshop guru Scott Kelby in the audience, and he listed my talk as one of the show highlights, under “Awesome Demos” here. Thanks Scott! I am honored to be featured as a highlight, especially by a Photoshop master.
On another note, the Canon enthusiast website LensFlare35 just posted an online interview with me, where I discuss my favorite 10 images, among other things. The link is here. Head over to their site to hear about the meaning of my top images, as well as some of the stories behind them! I have to say, it was a great time being able to reflect on some of my previous shoots and revisit their significance.
One of Canon’s prestigious Explorers of Light, Tyler’s creative passion is using lenses to tell heartfelt stories. Apple, Adidas, The North Face, Patagonia, Wrangler, Timberland, Cabela’s, Stetson, and dozens more have hired him to shoot provocative commercials with wide-angle footage that transports viewers into every scene. Using dynamic lighting and handheld camera work to charge his projects with emotion, Tyler has become one of the most sought-after commercial directors, photographers, and multimedia lecturers in the nation.