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  • Monthly Archives March 2007

    OK, they're going to close the cabin doors in about 6 minutes, so here's the latest: • Adobe officially announced CS3 (not just Photoshop, and the highly anticipated Photoshop Extended), I mean the whole Creative Suite 3. Check out Adobe's info on their site. • Our own Matt Klowkowski posted a number of new videos featuring Photoshop CS3 Extended at NAPP's CS3 Learning Center. Click here to go there! • Terry White has posted a great CS3 video podcast called "Introducing the Creative Suite 3" and it showcases all the cool new CS3 stuff. Check it out here. • More to come---they're closing the doors.

    I'm just so excited to announce that for the first time ever, the Photoshop World Conference and Expo is SOLD OUT! We have absolutely shattered our East Coast attendance record and that just shows you the incredible interest in Photoshop CS3, Adobe Lightroom (which both play starring roles at the conference), and the entire Creative Suite (this year we've got an entire conference track dedicated to training on the Creative Suite applications, and of course Adobe will be demoing all the new CS3 goodies in their both on the expo floor). Another thing building buzz for the show are Adobe's special interest events (added in Boston for the first time ever), which include a special plug-in Developer pavilion, Birds of a Feather meetings for Medical and Scientific Research Professionals, and a Developer's Kitchen workshop featuring Adobe's own Photoshop engineers. This brings a whole new…

    I just got a chance to see Joe McNally's photo feature in their special "2007 Masters Preview" April edition of Golf Digest, called "Inside & Outside The Gates of Augusta National" and it's just absolutely fascinating. Joe just has a way of really capturing the essence of whatever he shoots, whether it's people or places, and this article does both in an amazing way. The 12 page feature has just one large photo on each page with a caption, and what's so captivating about the photos (and the story) is that it's not the typical kind of photo you'd expect to see in a golf magazine. It's much more of a photo documentary of Augusta, its history and its residents, and it's just really refreshing to see it covered in this fashion. Congrats to Joe, and also to Golf Digest for bringing this type…

    I did an on location portrait shoot this past Sunday with New York Yankees Second Baseman, Miguel Cairo. The shoot took about one hour, and was done using one Nikon SB 800 flash along with my "Location Lighting Set-up" (the one B&H Photo has put together for me) with its Lastolite Diffusers, stands, and one reflector. I was lucky enough to get Corey Barker (the Photoshop Lad) to assist me at the shoot, so we had the whole thing wrapped up in around 45 minutes start-to-finish. Here's one of my favorites (there's a couple of more photos, so scroll down a little further).

    He spends his career on the other side of the fence, so I thought it might be cool to shoot him sitting up in the stands (the view he usually sees of the spectators). I like how clean and simple the look is, and I especially like all the numbers on the seats---it just adds something. You can't tell from this photo, but Corey is acting as a VAL (Voice Activated Lightstand) just to the right of Miguel, one seat over--just out of frame. (Scroll down for one more photo, and below that for the Thursday News Update post).

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