Comic Style with Gabor Richter

Hey Everyone

Finishing the week off with a recommendation for you…

One of my great friends, truly nice guy and incredibly talented Photoshop artists, Gabor Richter has recently released a brand new Photoshop Training.

Called ‘Comic-Style’ it covers all of the tips, tricks and techniques he uses to create his quite simply, brilliant cartoon caricature pictures from portrait photographs.

Check out the video below to see what his new training covers and includes; which having seen it is A LOT!!!

Check out Cartoon-Style by clicking on this [LINK]

Have a fab weekend and I’ll catch you back here in a few days.


Fake Real Horizon Lines (How to) with PHOTOSHOP #72

Hi Folks

In this episode (#72) of my weekly Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom show I show you a technique I use for creating horizon lines in composite pictures.

This technique helps to add much more realism when combining a new sky and new ground together; mainly when there’s foliage like grass, straw etc and is one I’ve been using quite often when working on my Animals Project.

Hope you ‘Like’ it:)

As always if you have any questions/comments then feel free to make use of the comments section below or email me

Also, if you haven’t already be sure to click on the SUBSCRIBE button on my YouTube Channel so you don’t miss on any more of the FREE tutorials that I add each and every week.


Coming to Copenhagen :)

Hey Folks

If you’re in, around, likely to be in, or would like to be in the Beautiful City of Copenhagen this coming March 21st I’ll be there for my Photoshop Workbook Seminar:)

Supported by GOECKER: Serious Imaging, I’ll be presenting a day long seminar of Photoshop Retouching and Compositing Tips, Tricks and Techniques for Retouching and Compositing that I use in my own personal projects and commissioned work for the likes of the BBC, Sky TV and more…

For more information and to book your place, CLICK HERE

Hope to see you there!



New Picture: Lioness

Just wanted to share this new picture with you that is the latest addition to my Animals Project…

For those of you who aren’t aware, the ongoing animals project I’m working on is where I photograph animals in captivity (wildlife parks, zoos etc) and then use Photoshop to set them free. I do this by selecting and cutting them out and adding them into a completely new scene which is made also made up from a number of different photographs, then edited to give the look and feel of the true home.


Here’s a look at the original photograph of the Lioness that I took when visiting Woburn Safari Park in the UK…


I’ve never been on a real safari and had the chance to see these beautiful animals in their natural environment, but needless to say it’s high on the list of goals.

Have a fab Tuesday and I’ll catch you back here tomorrow.


>Check out a larger screen version of this picture over on my 500px portfolio page [LINK]

Professional Imaging 2015

So excited to announce that I’ve been invited to return and speak at Professional Imaging 2015.

Running from Saturday 28th March through Monday 30th March Professional Imaging is the largest Photography and Digital Imaging Event in The Netherlands and I’ll be there giving two presentations; Sunday and Monday.

Last year was such a blast sharing the stage with friends, photographers and fellow KelbyOne instructors  Joe McNally and Frank Doorhof and the kindness and warm welcome from folks in The Netherlands was quite overwhelming.


This year promises to be another amazing event as amongst others I’ll be there with Frank Doorhof, Photoshop Legend Bert Monroy, both of whom I have the honour of teaching amongst in the USA at Photoshop World PLUS one other person that I promised I wouldn’t mention…at this stage at least:)

Needless to say…I CANNOT wait!

Check out the Professional Imaging 2015 [LINK]website for more details and if you’re going to be there, I’ll see you soon.