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  • Monthly Archives March 2007

    I had a media pass to shoot the game (Yankees vs. Pirates), and I was in the photo pit, next to the Yankee's dugout, near first base, which came in handy later in the game where I got this shot of Miguel standing on first base (he still has his batting helmet on). The shot was taken with a Nikon D2X, in high-speed Crop Mode, with a Nikon 200mm F/2 and a Nikon 1/4 tele-extender. The color version looks great, but when I converted it to Black and White I fell in love with it (and luckily, so did Miguel). I shot alongside some great sports photographers, including shooters from Upper Deck Trading Cards, and AP Sports. I'll post some more shots from the game (I got loads of shots of Miguel, as I was on assignment shooting him, but I also got shots…

    The couple of weeks before Photoshop World are incredibly hectic, but I did grab a few minutes to share some news with ya: • Popular Photography did an in-depth review of Nikon's D40X and their comments on the low noise are really amazing for an intro-level DSLR. Read the whole review by clicking here. • While we're talking about Nikon, C|Net.com had an article about a plant in Thailand that builds Nikon cameras and lens, and it had some really fascinating facts in it, including the fact that each month this one factory builds, "...about 100,000 [Nikon] D80 cameras, 80,000 D40 cameras, 90,000 D40x cameras and 230,000 lenses." That's pretty staggering for 30 days, eh? • Moose Peterson sent me this link to a Web site with a short tribute to Monte Zucker, and it contains a wonderful, and true story, about how Monte…

    I'm excited to announce that "Big Electric Cat" (Click on the photo for a larger version. ) featuring [L to R] NAPP's own Felix Nelson on Bass, Scott Kelby on Keyboards, and Kalebra Kelby on Lead Vocals, along with drummer Scott Stahley and Lead Guitarist Tony Llanes, are back (by overwhelming demand) for a in-concert appearance during the Photoshop World attendee party held at Jillian's Nightclub in Boston, on the first night of the conference, April 4th. The band (originally formed as part of our "Photoshop Rocks" keynote theme back in 2003, who appeared during both the San Diego and Tampa Photoshop World keynote presentations), will perform a set featuring songs from Evanescence, to No Doubt, to Mother's Finest (among others).

    I'm on an email list from PhotoJojo.com (a very cool site) and today they had a story about George Lange's photography "flipbook" and they were raving about his work, so I went to check it out. They were right on the money. His people photography is just brilliant, and his presentation is cute, clever, sometimes funny, sometimes weird, but always interesting. Even the music is interesting, and the way it's all put together makes you watch it again and again. In short; you gotta see this guy's stuff: Click here to watch his online flipbook.

    It's a leisurely 10:53 am on the East Coast, and here's what's goin' on: • Check out this online article about the ethics of "Photoshopping" Real Estate Listings. Apparently, this is more common than you might think. Here's the link. • Here's another cool retouching site and this one is mostly celebrity retouching, so it's even more interesting than usual. It's called FluidEffect, and it's got both retouching and compositing sections. Besides being just fascinating, these are great learning tools because you can see exactly what was done, what can be done, and where it's been overdone at some sites. Here's the link. • Adobe has added a number of cool new special interest sessions to Photoshop World, including a "Developer's Kitchen" to help Photoshop plug-in developers (and potential developers) get the help they need. Adobe is also hosting a special "Birds of a…

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