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by Richard Harrington

A certified instructor for Adobe and Apple, Rich is a practiced expert in motion graphic design and digital video. His producing skills were also recognized by AV Multimedia Producer Magazine who named him as one of the Top Producers of 2004. Rich is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals Instructor Dream Team, and a popular speaker on the digital video circuit. He is also an instructor at the Art Institute of Washington and the American University in Washington, D.C. Rich is an internationally published author. His bo...

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This Bag is Awesome - My thoughts on the Boda Dry

This Bag is Awesome - My thoughts on the Boda Dry

A new camera bag for Digital SLRs

By Richard Harrington | May 07, 2008

At the recent Photoshop World conference, I picked up a new camera bag. This one is a lens bag, and is designed to condense your camera bag into a few lenses and essential gear. Be sure to check out the BODA Dry (a ton of the Photoshop World instructors and staff picked up on this). Here's what's cool. The bag hold 4+ lenses (including long lenses) It's very comfortable with both a shoulder and a waist strap (I find the shoulder strap more comfortable, but the waist strap fits well and has hip pads like a backpackers pack). The product looks durable with waterproof bullistic cordura and even a very tight zipper to keep rain out. It has a media card wallet, lens changing pouch, and even business card case. The gear is designed to be used with one hand (and the thoughtful construction shows).I used the bag while hiking around Red Rock (outside Las Vegas) and it was a true joy. Very comfortable and very easy to use... I still love my Kata bag for lugging the gear, but when I trim down to go mobile... this one is great. Read More


101 UAP - Stealing the Sunset - Understanding Adobe Photoshop

Learn how to colorize skies to match

By Richard Harrington | May 07, 2008

Instructor Richard Harrington shows you how to "steal the sunset," or use Photoshop to take the colors of one sunset and map it to another image.Like the podcast? Subscribe for FREE.Want more training? Check out our Books. Read More


AE Puppet Tool

Want to learn how to turn photos into animation?

By Richard Harrington | April 22, 2008

To get the hands on files Read More