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  • Monthly Archives November 2007

    First, a big thanks to the 1300+ folks who came out to my Photoshop CS3 Power Tour yesterday in New York City (photo above by Dave Moser). I had an absolute blast, and it was great seeing so many familiar faces. At this point in time, teaching a Photoshop CS3 workshop is very different, because of the introduction and wide adoption of Adobe Lightroom. Because my workshop is very photography-centric, I had as many questions about Lightroom as I did Photoshop, and most were about how Lightroom integrates into the Photoshop CS3 workflow. But what surprised me most was what turned out to be the #1 most-asked question of the day, which was, "What is Lightroom?" I kept referring to Lightroom throughout my first session (assuming everybody at least knew what it was), and as soon as the session was over, I had a…

    Greetings from New York City, where I'm doing my "Photoshop CS3 Power Tour" seminar for a record-breaking 1,300 people today at the Javits Center. I hope I get to see you today (if you're there and you read my blog, make sure you say "hi"). Now, onto the news: Congratulations to our own Matt Kloskowski whose book "The Photoshop Elements 5 Restoration and Retouching Book" was chosen by ShutterBug Magazine as one of the top digital photography books of 2007 (Vincent Versace's "Welcome to Oz" and my "Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers" were also among their picks). On Monday I got to see B&H Photo's newly expanded (read as: incredibly huge and amazing) photography dept. They took over the entire 2nd floor (not just the area where the used gear was---I mean, "The entire second floor!") and I've never seen more photo gear…

        This Sunday I got to shoot my home team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in my home stadium (Raymond James Stadium). First the big news; we won!!! (17 - 10). A Bucs win is always something to celebrate in my house, but getting to shoot them on field during a win was just an absolute blast (of course, had they lost, it still would have been a blast, just a smaller blast). Click on the slideshow above for larger views of the images. Perhaps the coolest part was that I had incredible access because I had an "on-field" pass that got me out there with the players (I was even at a midfield for the coin toss) I pretty much had access to anywhere I wanted to go, and I went pretty much...well...everywhere. What a blast! For the game I shot two different…

    Here's what's up as we head into the weekend: How 'bout we start with some photographic inspiration by stopping for two minutes to check out the brilliant work of photographer Erik Almas. Great images, and very nicely-executed Photoshop technique. Here's the link (It will start your Friday off right). Peachpit Press has a contest going on called "The $1,000 Question" (the logo is shown above) where they asked a number of photographers (yours truly included), what they would tell a friend to buy if they only had $1,000 to spend on digital photography. There are five different short video advice clips, and just by watching them, and voting on which package you'd like to have yourself, you're entered into the grand prize giveaway of (you guessed it), that $1,000 in digital photography gear you voted on. Watch the clips, and enter Peachpit's contest right…

    We've just totally updated the online home of Layers Magazine (The how-to magazine for everything Adobe; available on newsstands nationwide) with an all-new look and feel. But beyond that, the new site features some very cool things, most notably a brand new daily blog from LayersTV co-host RC Concepcion; a new Photoshop Killer Tip video tutorial posted each day from Photoshop guru Matt Kloskowski, and it's also the home of the Adobe Creative Suite how-to show; Layers TV (you can watch each weekly episode of LayersTV right there on the home page). Besides the fresh new look, LayersMagazine.com has loads of tutorials on all the Adobe Creative Suite apps, including InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop and more! It's really pretty slick, and RC's blog and Matt's Killer Tips make it worth a daily stop for sure. Check it out today; here's the link.

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