Wednesday News Stuff
Here’s a quick look at what’s going on:
- After I posted yesterday’s article called “Travel just got a little harder for photographers,” one of my readers posted a link to a fascinating article over at SportsShooter.com called “I shut down the Little Rock Airport” that every photographer should read. (Note: If you shoot sports, you’ve got to check out SportShooter.com. It’s the biggest, most-respected, and best site for pro and amateur sports shooters).
- Lexar just posted an article from David Duchemin (of PixelatedImage.com fame) over at their Pro Photographer site from his series called, “Lessons Learned on Assignment” that’s definitely worth a read. Here’s the link.
- I am so digging Popular Photography magazine, who just reviewed my “Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers,” on their PopPhotoFlash daily blog (which is a group blog put together by PopPhoto’s editors) where they called my book “…the definitive guide to the world of Lightroom.” See what they had to say Right here.
- If you use Photoshop Elements, there’s big news: Adobe just released Elements 6 (for Windows), which adds new features, and a greatly improved (and modernized) interface. In conjunction with their release, the Photoshop Elements Techniques Newsletter just launched their Elements 6 Learning Center, where you can see the newly announced version in action. Here’s the link.
- Our buddy Ben Willmore is doing a two-day workshop on Oct. 8-9 in Hilo, Hawaii called “Shooting for Photoshop,” and it’s sponsored by the Institute of Visual Arts. Here’s the link for more info, or to sign up.
- If you’re up in Boston, come spend the day with me on October 4th at Hynes Convention Center as my Photoshop CS3 Power Tour comes to town. It’s also coming to New York Cities Jacob Javits Center on Tuesday, Nov. 6th. Here are the details.
- Photographer and well-known author Derrick Story did a series of interviews on the Expo floor at Photoshop World for his Podcast series, and he’s just posted the first three, which feature Stephen Johnson, Mikkel Aaland, and Deke McClelland, and you can listen to them right here.
That’s it for Wednesday stuff. See ya tomorrow! :)