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09/05/2007 12:42:54 PM · #51
Originally posted by Fetor:

Is the Benjamin Bates music video going to be on there as a bonus feature?


hehe, i hope it will come on t.v soon here!
09/05/2007 12:50:23 PM · #52
please add me too in to your list.
09/05/2007 01:10:04 PM · #53
Add me to the list, great work man.

ROCK ON!
09/05/2007 01:28:12 PM · #54
Joey, if you're actually keeping track (I really doubt it) of everyone who's said they want one you can add me to the list.



Message edited by author 2007-09-05 17:24:52.
09/05/2007 01:45:22 PM · #55
Yes....IF you are keeping track, I would like one too!
09/05/2007 01:48:26 PM · #56
I demand a Bloopers Reel !
09/05/2007 02:08:03 PM · #57
I want one.
09/05/2007 02:25:13 PM · #58
Joey, I would like one too when you're finished! Love your work!
09/05/2007 02:33:16 PM · #59
Joey, would the DVD be any use to an Elements 4 user? I do intend to upgrade to the full Photoshop, but not for a couple of years as I shall have to upgrade my laptop first.
09/05/2007 04:19:34 PM · #60
Originally posted by SaraR:

Joey, would the DVD be any use to an Elements 4 user? I do intend to upgrade to the full Photoshop, but not for a couple of years as I shall have to upgrade my laptop first.


Some of Joey's techniques don't translate well in Elements, last time I checked layer masks were non-existent in Elements, so you're really going to be hurting on that end. I'm also not sure about channel mixer and selective colors in layers, I might download PSE trial and check out what version 5 has.
09/05/2007 04:39:19 PM · #61
Joey... please, if at all possible, add me to the list for your new DVD. I am sorry to say that I didn't have the opportunity to see the last disk but after reading all the kudos given to it from those who have utilized it... I would definitely like a copy of the new one.

Thank you!

Message edited by author 2007-09-05 16:55:15.
09/05/2007 04:48:16 PM · #62
Jesus, the guy can now use this thread as the worlds largest hype monkey for his DVD.

He shouldn't say anything about it. it should jsut be a webpage with a picture of the cover, a link to this thread, and an order button. No text other then the link.
09/05/2007 05:20:17 PM · #63
I seriously doubt that Joey will be going through this thread to see who indicated they wanted one.

I suspect he'll post something to say it's ready for order and then it will be up to us to order one.
09/05/2007 05:36:31 PM · #64
Just a guess but I think there might be an announcement in this thread. Hopefully? i.e. This getting set to watched because I have been really wanting to get Joey's DVD. If taking pictures of rock bands, magazine covers and touring the world ever gets boring you can always sell instructional videos. Lol
09/05/2007 05:46:54 PM · #65
I'll be waiting for the thread where we can order! I got your first video & was very happy with it. You do a great job at going thru everything step by step.
09/05/2007 06:04:00 PM · #66
Thanks for all the support, of course I read this but also I will come out with my own thread announcing it as well as more details (and it's own site) when it's ready. Nice to know people are interested!
09/05/2007 06:04:30 PM · #67
Originally posted by Joey Lawrence:

Originally posted by breadfan35:

Put me down for a package deal too. I bought the older one and thought it was great. I'm sure I'll be happy with the new one too.

As for technique requests, I just want to know the best way to get the over all blue hue (or any solid color) look to alot of your images yet balanced well with skin tones such as in these pics:

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I always screw it up when I try. If that is not covered, I'd like that in.

Other than that, just rock on with your bad self. I'm lookin' forward to it.

Cool idea! I'll do it



Awesome! And as for price, I don't care what it is, put me down. I'm sure it will be reasonable for the information it teaches. :-)
09/05/2007 06:04:48 PM · #68
Cha Ching! :-P
09/05/2007 06:07:21 PM · #69
Originally posted by Joey Lawrence:

Thanks for all the support, of course I read this but also I will come out with my own thread announcing it as well as more details (and it's own site) when it's ready. Nice to know people are interested!


Joey, you should really start posting on flickr too, DPC is cool and all, but they have such huge user base that you'll automatically get exponentially more sales than you do here.

If you tag your images, it also gets you a lot of exposure. More and more graphic designers and Ad agencies are looking to flickr to find just the right photographer for the job.
09/08/2007 02:21:06 PM · #70
sign me up for it :)
09/08/2007 03:26:49 PM · #71
Joey - I'm in, too. I'm looking forward to it. The first one was good, but this one sounds even better. I like idea of more images - the more the better, I think... even if they use the same processing techniques. That way, you can show how the techniques can be used in different images, and different ways.
09/08/2007 04:52:48 PM · #72
I'm in for the introductory deal package!! :-)
09/08/2007 04:58:41 PM · #73
I'm in for the introductory deal package!! :-)
Or full price, i just want one

K
09/08/2007 11:53:20 PM · #74
Originally posted by wavelength:


Joey, you should really start posting on flickr too, DPC is cool and all, but they have such huge user base that you'll automatically get exponentially more sales than you do here.

If you tag your images, it also gets you a lot of exposure. More and more graphic designers and Ad agencies are looking to flickr to find just the right photographer for the job.


I used to have a Flickr account but then deleted it, I was thinking of uploading my new stuff to it as well as getting a deviantart account. The only problem is (and the same with DPC) is a lot of the images I take for magazines or label promos don't like me posting the images on photo-sharing sites like that, which is why you'll find a lot more work on my personal website.

Originally posted by Shaman:

Joey - I'm in, too. I'm looking forward to it. The first one was good, but this one sounds even better. I like idea of more images - the more the better, I think... even if they use the same processing techniques. That way, you can show how the techniques can be used in different images, and different ways.


Yep I have the same reasoning, the same techniques work in unique ways depending on the picture
09/09/2007 03:36:22 AM · #75
Originally posted by Fetor:

Is the Benjamin Bates music video going to be on there as a bonus feature?


I've had the good fortune of seeing it, through highly placed and confidential sources.

It rocks...
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