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  • Monthly Archives October 2007

    It's Wednesday everybody, and time for some news stuff: Moose Peterson has compiled a detailed White Paper for Dell on his digital photography workflow, and you can download this free PDF (pictured above), directly from Dell by clicking right here. For the details on the white paper, and how it came to be, visit Moose's News blog here. Rich Harrington, over at the excellent "Understanding Photoshop" video podcast has just posted all his back episodes for downloading, and you can check 'em out right here (it's a direct link to their archive in iTunes). One of my readers yesterday posted a comment pointing me to a great blog about flying with photography equipment called "Flying with Fish." Definitely worth checking out (click here). MyMac.com did a review of my latest book, "The Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers," and you can read it right…

    Just a quick note; my Photoshop CS3 Power Tour seminar that I mentioned yesterday is now sold out (we filled the biggest ballroom at the Hynes Convention Center with 700+ Photoshop fanatics!), so unfortunately unless you're already registered for the seminar, we won't be able to accommodate any "walk-ups." However, I am taking this same tour to New York's Jacob Javits Center on Tuesday, November 6th. I hope you can join me there (sign up early right here).

    I was over at 1001 Noisy Cameras yesterday, and they pointed to a debate raging in the DP Review forums called, "Photography vs. Photoshop," and as those things tend to go, it gets mean spirited pretty quickly (if you want to read the debate, click here). It brought to mind my Editor's Note from this issue of Photoshop User magazine, where I talked about "Getting it right in the camera" and my motivation to do just that. For those of you that aren't NAPP members, here's an excerpt from my Editor's note: "Recently, I was lucky enough to spend the day shooting with, and learning from one of the hottest wedding photographers in the industry—the amazing David Ziser. David was hired to shoot a huge black-tie wedding in Cincinnati and he was kind enough to invite me to come along so I could get…

    Hey, if you're up in the Boston area (or need a semi-legitimate excuse to go up to Boston for the day), come and spend the day with me (and around 700 of my new closest friends), as we bring the Photoshop CS3 Power Tour to Boston's Hynes Convention Center this Thursday, Oct. 4th. It's only $99 for the day; $79 if you're a NAPP member. Here are all the details. Hope I'll see you there.

    Last Friday, here on The Photoshop Insider, I did a post called "10 Blogs You Gotta Read, Part I," and at the end of that post I invited you (my readers) to post some of your favorite blogs as comments on that post. Well, here they are (with your comments included): The Photography Blog (link) I’ll leave a shameless plug for my own site. 1/2 million visitors per month can’t be wrong! (reader comment) DPReview (link) If you are into new gear or are interested in buying some, chances are that these guys have done a thorough review of it. (reader comment) The Radient Vista (link) One of the best resources for photography I’ve come across. These guys rock. I’ve been to three of their workshops too. (reader comment) PDN Pulse (link) Photo District News, the magazine for professional photogs, now has a blog…

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