News, tips, references, and observations on photography, Photoshop, Digital Video, and Adobe Training, all of which I am both passionate about and do for a living. (And yes, my Grandmother would say, “You call this a living?”) Of course the goal with all of the above is to do it with some originality and, where possible, some humor.
Steve Weinrebe bio:
Steve Weinrebe is an Adobe Certified Photoshop Instructor (ACI, CTT+), author, and award winning photographer. Steve has been teaching Photoshop to adult students and working professionals since 1991, and was one of the first instructors to be Adobe Certified for Photoshop, over a decade ago. Steve is currently the Director of Imaging R & R, Adobe Authorized Training Center in Princeton NJ, as well as the Princeton Photographic Workshops in Princeton NJ.
Author of two books, Adobe Photoshop and the Art of Photography(Cengage Learning) and (Cengage Learning), Steve is a well regarded expert on Adobe Photoshop, and a beta tester for Adobe on Photoshop. Steve has been featured in radio interviews for both InsideMacRadio, and InsideDigitalPhotoRadio, and was featured in a cover story in Digital Imaging Magazine. Steve has written tutorials for the Photoshop User web site, and for the photography newsletter Double Exposure. Many of Steve’s Photoshop tutorials can be found at his blog, ModeStudio.us.
Steve has won numerous awards both as an instructor and as a professional photographer. In 2006 Steve won a highly coveted Videographer award for the training DVD “Inside Photoshop”.
Steve has taught both photography and Photoshop at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and is currently on the faculty of the Maine Media Workshops teaching advanced classes for Photoshop and photography. Steve is a longstanding member of Nikon Professional Services (NPS), and his stock photography is represented worldwide by Getty Images.
In 2011 Steve is bringing an equally talented group of professionals to teach photography workshops at the new photography school, the Princeton Photographic Workshops.