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  • Monthly Archives September 2007

      Here's one from last night's shoot at Glacier (click for a larger version). It was raining pretty steadily last night, so our sunset shoot was out, but when it rains it's the perfect time to shoot streams (you can get that silky water from long exposures, and the rocks are wet, too). Unfortunately, this is shot at 100 ISO, so it doesn't take advantage of the D3's incredibly low noise, but I thought I'd at least throw one up. I've learned more cool things about the D3, and I'll share more next week. I've gotten a lot of questions about the D300, but unfortunately there's not one here for me to shoot, so at this point, I have no idea how it compares to the D3, but as soon as I get to field test one; you'll be the first to know. I…

    Here's a shot from this morning's dawn shoot (click for a larger version). We only had that light for about 10 minutes (at best), and then the sun tucked behind a cloud bank never to return (it started raining shortly thereafter for the rest of the day. You can't tell from the photo shown above (taken with a Nikon D200), but it was freezing cold (so cold I could barely concentrate on shooting). But, even as cold as it was, I had a blast shooting alongside my workshop class, and the world class Bill Fortney. We spent the rest of the day in the classroom, learning Lightroom, and that went really great (almost everyone in the workshop was already using Lightroom to some extent, and two of the students had even been to my Lightroom Live Tour). Although I didn't get a chance to…

    So we land at the tiny airport in Kalispell, Montana, and as we get off the plane there's a man standing there to greet us, holding the sign you see above. This could only be (and it is), Bill Fortney, from Nikon Professional Services, who's teaching the workshop with me. So, when I saw the sign I reacted much as I imagine Ansel himself would have---I punched his lights out. (Kidding, totally kidding). Actually, once I stopped laughing my butt off, I did what Ansel himself probably would have done if he were alive today. I pulled out my iPhone and got a shot of crazy Bill holding that sign. It's going to be a wild week! ;-) We're off to our sunrise shoot, so I've got to go, BUT....(TEASER ALERT): I got to shoot with the Nikon D3 yesterday, and I'm shooting with…

    Congratulations to Corey Barker and "RC" who today released the premiere episode of Layers TV (produced by Layers Magazine, the how-to magazine for everything Adobe). Their new show (which you can watch right on their site, at LayersTV.com), is packed (and I mean packed), with tutorials and tips on the Adobe Creative Suite apps, like Flash, InDesign, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Acrobat. These guys did just an amazing job in kicking off this new weekly program (with the way cool look and feel courtesy of Jason "The Scriv" Scrivner), so head on over there, check out their great new show, and help them spread the word. Way to go, guys!!!! :-)

    I'm coming to Boston for one day only, with my Photoshop CS3 Power Tour seminar, and I hope you can make it, 'cause we're going to be doing some very cool stuff with Photoshop CS3, Camera Raw 4.1, and the whole ball of wax (whole ball of wax?) The full day seminar (produced by NAPP, and sponsored by Adobe), is $99 bucks for the day event, or if you're a NAPP member it's only $79. In this day, I only focus on the most important, most useful, and the easiest (and most fun) ways to get the most of your time in Photoshop CS3, and you'll learn lots of timesaving/jobsaving techniques, and we'll generally have a blast. Here's the link where you can sign up or get more details. Hope I'll see you up in Boston! :-)

    Here's a quick look at what's up: Our buddy Jim Dalrymple (over at Macworld.com), has put together a great piece on Adobe's 25th anniversary, with a look back at their amazing history, how they got where they are, their relationship with Apple, and where they're going in the future. It's a great read, so check it out right here. Want to do something really important today? Stop what you're doing, and go right now and back up all the digital photos on your computer. It'll probably take you 10 minutes to back them up to an external hard drive, but trust me--one day you'll be really, really amazingly glad you did. NikSoftware has a pretty nice online newsletter that they publish monthly, and it includes some news, tutorials on their products, they feature a photographer each issue, and overall it's very nicely done. Definitely…

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