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  • Monthly Archives August 2007

    Hi everybody! Here's the Thursday stuff: It's been a big week for both Canon and Nikon who intro'd lots of very, very cool stuff. On Monday Canon kicked things off by introducing the long rumored 10 Megapixel 40D, and the new 21 Megapixel EOS-1DS Mark III, along with some very sweet lenses.Then today, Nikon announced their new 12 Megapixel D300, and supercharged D3, along with some (you guessed it), very sweet lenses (Fast VR supertele's and zooms). Right now I'm shooting both Nikon and Canon gear so this has been a really great week for me!!! I'm totally psyched!!!Check out Rob Galbraith's site or DPreview for all the details on one of the most exciting weeks in DSLR history! Hey, this is cool; my Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers was on CNN. OK, it wasn't quite as cool as it's sounds---Mike Mackenzie (one of…

    It's Wednesday everybody, and you know what that means? That's right, it's not Tuesday anymore. Here's the latest: Very interesting article over at the UK's Daily Telegraph newspaper on how everyone is getting their photos retouched these days---not just the big celebrities. The article is titled, "My brush with absolute perfection" and a great example accompanies the article. Click here to read it online. Our buddy Jason Moore, over at Soup Questions, has an online interview with one of our favorite guys: Photoshop Project Manager John Nack. It's a quick read, and gives some great insight into one of the most fascinating and brilliant individuals in our industry. Take a moment to read it right here. Photographer and author Derrick Story just posted another episode of his popular Podcast "The Digital Story," and the focus of this one is helping you build your own…

      My buddy Matt Kloskowski just released a kick-butt training DVD on Lightroom, called "Photoshop Lightroom Basic Training" (Matt is the guy behind the incredibly popular "Lightroom Killer Tips" weekly video podcast.). This 2-hour DVD takes you from start to finish, in workflow order, and teaches you how to get up and running in Lightroom fast. Highly recommended for anyone who's ready to make the jump to Lightroom. Click here for the full scoop, or to order your copy.

    As promised, here's the first installment of my field reports on the gear I took out West last week, and I'm starting with the Canon 5D, which was my primary camera body for the entire trip. (The shot above is from Monument Valley at sunrise--click for a larger view). As a longtime Nikon shooter, this was my first time out with one of Canon's higher end digital rigs and Canon L glass, and although it was a bit awkward at first (just figuring out where all the dials and buttons I use most are located on a Canon body), by the second day I was totally comfortable and the transition was easier than I thought. My field reports are based on my personal impressions (and not loads of lab testing), so I'm going to boil these field tests down to what I liked and…

    It's a new week---the dawn of new day--bright with opportunity and excitement. Flowers are blooming, birds are singing, and....ah, who am I trying to kid? Here's the stinkin' Monday news: Back in June, Dave Moser and I were out at Adobe's Headquarters in San Jose, CA for some meetings, and walking back to HQ after dinner we noticed these large symbols being projected on top of Adobe's North Tower building, and every so often one of the four symbols would change (We joked that it was code to let the alien craft know where to land). Anyway, we figured it was "art" (a "California thing"), and kept walking, but then this weekend I ran across a story about some very clever, and curious guys (with way too much time on their hands), who cracked the code and revealed what the symbols mean. It's a…

    Here's a shot [click on it for a larger view] taken shortly after dawn at Utah's Monument Valley (which is just an amazing place---almost surreal). I'm using this shot as a perfect example of me not following my own rules, and paying for it later. Here's what happened: The night before this was shot, Jeff (scroll down two posts), Dave and I went to this cool little steakhouse about 40 miles from Monument Valley, where they cook the steaks outdoors on a "Swinging Grill" (it literally swings back and forth over a huge open flame to grill your steaks). It was a quirky place, with a live country band playing outdoors, and everybody there had a camera, so we were all taking shots of the band, the grill, and the scene. It was a low light situation, so I had to show off to…

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