In This Issue *February

Table of Contents

Matrimonial Art: Paul Ernest Has an Art Director's Eye

Iconographer: David Bailey is Still Amused

Always On: Continuous Light Sources

Case Study: A Veteran Mentors a New Pro

Free PPAedu Video: Portrait Sales Strategies

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Web Exclusives *February

Gateway: Painter Essentials 5 Lets You Jump Right In

Corel Painter 2015 is the workhorse of the industry. You probably know several photographers who have spent many hours learning the art of digital painting. Yes, it looks awesome, but learning Corel Painter and practicing your art is a significant commitment in time, and you’re busy running your business. Enter Corel Painter Essentials 5. It’s built on the code of Painter 2015, so it supports some of the functionality that 2015 does, such as Intel 2-in-1 support and 64-bit for PC and Mac.

Canon Experience Center Ready to Host and Serve

Canon still photographers and videographers owe themselves a visit to the new Canon Experience Center in Costa Mesa, California. A hybrid of Disneyland and an Apple store (but without sales) for Canon users, the 38,000-square-foot renovated industrial building is part history lesson, part gear showroom, part service facility, part studio, and part Canon Professional Service (CPS) member refuge.