Photography podcast #52 features an interview with photographer Kevin Kubota. Kevin is probably most well known for his photoshop actions but he is also a wedding as well as a fine art photographer. In this interview we talk about Kevin’s work, his gear, and his workflow. We also talk a bit about Photoshop actions in general and discuss if using them is cheating.
Here’s a quick snapshot of Parc-Lafontaine where a little visitor came to say hi while I was recording the intro and conclusion to this podcast. That’s right, my outdoor sound studio includes wildlife
Links mentioned in this podcast:
Kevin Kubota’s Actions
Assignment forum on Photography.ca
Adobe Photoshop tutorials and workflow
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