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  • Monthly Archives September 2007

    Another announcement from yesterday's Photoshop World keynote was that the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) has now surpassed 70,000 members. This is a true testament to the real passion people around the world have for Adobe Photoshop and the community that has grown to support it. We when started NAPP, nearly 10 years ago, we never dreamed that one day it would grow to become what it has, and it's so gratifying to see so many members from around the world helping each other, supporting each other, and coming together as part of this global community. I don't think there's ever been another program that has the power to bring users together like Photoshop does, and my hats-off, and a sincere congrats to the amazing people at Adobe who have created something amazing, that it has literally changed our world. Thanks to all…

    Hi everybody, and greetings from Photoshop World Las Vegas. :-) Yesterday afternoon I snuck out for a shoot at the Valley of Fire National Park, about an hour or so outside of Las Vegas, and it was really a blast. I was invited to the shoot by Canon's Steve Inglima (who runs Canon's Explorer of Light Program--that's Steve back in the cave), and we were joined by two other Explorers of Light; renowned landscape photographer Steven Johnson (on the far right in the hat), and the amazing Eddie Tapp, along with Judy (Eddie's sweetie, who happens to be just a wonderful photographer, specializing in portraits of children, and mother/child shots), next to me. I took around 245 shots on our 3+ hour hike/shoot and the photos above were taken with a Canon 5D, and a 16-35mm f/2.8 lens (click on it for a much…

    Hi Everybody. It's a beautiful morning here in Vegas, as we start our preparations for the conference, which starts with the pre-conference workshops tomorrow, and then the official opening keynote and tradeshow opening on Thursday. But, right now, it's time for the news: First a reminder: if you want a free Expo pass to check out the tradeshow here at Photoshop World on Friday (the one day we open the show floor to the public), head over to PhotoshopWorld.com right now and get your pass. Otherwise, you'll pay $25 a head at the door. The Strobist (the hottest site for on/off camera flash technique, and one of my absolute favorite blogs), posted a link where you can download some of Joe McNally's amazing work which appears in a promo piece called "Simply Lit" for the fine folks over a Bogen Imaging. It gives a…

    First, a big thanks to everybody who came out to my Lightroom seminar in Chicago last Thursday (the top photo was taken by Dave Moser, during my live bridal shoot which starts the day. Below it is the photo I was taking, using just one Westcott TD5 Spiderlite [they rock!], and a reflector--click on them for larger views). I really had a blast, and met lots of really great people (and saw some old friends, too!). I was lucky enough to have Lightroom expert Jeff Schewe on hand, along with Adobe's own Terry White, who both helped me field questions on the breaks, and that was incredibly helpful. At lunch, Jeff shared a very cool Lightroom tip with Terry and I that neither of us knew about, and it's so simple that of course, Terry and I were both embarrassed we didn't know it.…

    It's Photoshop World week, so I can't be sure if we'll have a "No Blogging Tuesday" or "No Blogging Wednesday," but for now, we've got some Monday news quickies. Here ya go: If you're coming to Photoshop World this week in Vegas; bring your favorite high-res image over to the Epson booth, and they'll print it for you on any of their printers (your choice), and you get to keep the print. Sweet! I just got my copy of David duChemin's new limited edition coffee table phtography book, "The Pixelated Image" and it's just absolutely wonderful. He's got some just fascinating images, and the book is beautifully done (it's a collector's edition type of book). Check it out right here. On the heel of my "shooting the Bears from the sidelines" story from last week, George Stark posted a comment with a great link…

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