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  • Monthly Archives April 2007

    I say "unknown" because I had forgotten I had taken it, and hadn't run across it until yesterday while searching through my Yosemite photos for something else (the only reason I found it at all, is because immediately before I shoot a pano, I shoot a shot of my hand holding up my index finger, then immediately after the last shot of the pano, I shoot my hand holding up two fingers. So, while I was scrolling through the photos in Lightroom, I saw "my finger" and I was like "Hey, a pano!"). The pano is made up of eight vertical photos, switched together using Photoshop CS3's Photomerge automation (Scroll down to the next post to see the eight photos that made-up the pano above). Photoshop switched the pano together first time without a hitch--all I had to do was click OK, and then…

    Here's the eight photos (shown here in Adobe Lightroom), that make up the pano shown in the previous post. P.S. If you're looking for the Monday News Report, you can get it in person today at the Innsbrook Island Golf Course, 'cause I'm taking a day off!! That's right baby, I'm chasin' the little white ball around today with my brother Jeff, Matt, Felix, and some friends from the office. So.....we'll see you tomorrow for the full Monday News Report, which will be titled something along the lines of "Tuesday News Report." See ya then. Oh yeah: FORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I just want to thank everyone who attended the kick-off of my nationwide Lightroom Tour Live this past Wednesday at the Los Angeles Convention Center (all 800 of you!). I met so many wonderful people, I learned a lot, I saw some old friends and made some new ones. I posted a few photos above (taken by my buddy Dave Moser---you can click on them for a larger view. The top photo was taken during the live bridal shoot that starts the day, then we take those live shots into Lightroom and follow a step-by-step workflow that ends with the final prints coming off an Epson Stylus Pro 3800 right there in the class). Anyway, I just wanted to thank you all for spending the day with me---I really had a blast and greatly appreciate the wonderful support. The next stop on my Lightroom…

    OK, this was designed to be a report from Gate 69, Airside E, but they started boarding my flight to LAX earlier than I expected, so this is now "News from Row 11, Seat C" (hey, it's an aisle seat with an empty seat beside me—I'm not complaining). :-) Interesting tidbit about how popular Lightroom is becoming: On Amazon.com's list of bestselling software titles, Adobe Lightroom ranks as the #3 seller (the Photoshop CS3 upgrade is #4, and the Photoshop Elements 5.0 is #6). Pretty amazing when you think about it. I know one thing; Lightroom is crazy popular in LA, as my Lightroom seminar tomorrow now has nearly 800 people signed up in advance. If you're out that way, and want to come out and catch the day, you can register at the door. (Next stop: Boston. Here's the details). Video and Photoshop…

    Good Morning everybody! I'm just finishing off some work today, then I'm off to LA at the "crack of dawn" to kick off my nationwide Lightroom tour, but until then here's what's goin' on: The "Photoshop Guys" are holding their first photography contest, and it's called "The Photoshop TV Shopping Spree at B&H Photo," and here's the scoop: we fly the winner to New York City, put you up in some semi-swanky hotel, and then it's over to B&H Photo in Manhattan for a $1,000 Shopping Spree on us! For more details, check out last week's episode of Photoshop TV (hopefully, later today I'll be posting a full-length version of our contest announcement from B&H, where we show you some of the cool things you can buy with that $1,000! Look back here later today for the link). My buddy Matt “Rockin' the Houseski”…

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