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  • Monthly Archives July 2008

    Great news---I talked with photographer rights and copyright advocate Jack Reznicki yesterday, and he's going to be a call-in guest on next week's episode of Photoshop User TV to pick up where attorney Ed Greenberg left off on last week's show, as he goes through the step-by-step process of registering your work with the Copyright office. We're taping the show later today, so if you have any specific questions you'd like me to address with Jack about the filing of copyright, and protecting your work, post it here and I'll be sure to give a good look before we start the interview. Also, although the show won't air until next Monday, I'll see if I can get the excerpt and post it here on the blog later this week. :) One more thing: If you get a second; check out Jack's portfolio---he's one hell…

    When I returned from my vacation in Italy a few weeks ago, I posted some images from the trip, and as I mentioned in my initial post, I wanted to show the things, from a travel photography perspective, that I think of when I think of Italy. So, I focused primarily on these topics: the architecture, the people of Italy, the food and wine, the history, and of course fashion. During the week of posting different photos, I had a number of questions and emails about the food shots I included in my posts, so I thought I'd cover some of them here. Q. Did you use a flash for the shots? A. The shots were all taken with available light. In fact, I didn't even take an off-camera flash with me on the trip (and I don't use the pop-up flash on my…

    ...a man who has been called "The modern day Ansel Adams," renowned landscape photographer, and Photoshop Hall of Famer, Stephen Johnson. Besides being a remarkable photographer, gifted educator, and author of the highly acclaimed book "Stephen Johnson on Digital Photography," Stephen brings an unique perspective to our industry, and to the art and craft of photography and digital imaging. I've had some really thought-provoking conversations with Stephen over the years and I can't wait to see what he has to share with us tomorrow, so make sure you stop in and check out his special guest blog.

    Last Friday I posted on a blog an exclusive one-on-one interview I did with Intellectual Property Attorney Ed Greenberg, where Ed dispelled many of the most common myths and misconceptions about copyright, shooting in public, model releases, and more. Well, the response and flood of emails I have gotten on that interview has just been through the roof. Ed was just an absolute wealth of information (it was actually a part part interview running nearly 20 minutes---but worth every minute). Some people are calling it the best thing I've run on this blog yet, so if you haven't seen it yet, here's the link to the videos I posted on Friday. The interview will appear in this week's Episode of Photoshop User TV (posted later today), but you can hear the interview now (I posted it here on the blog on Friday so it…

    This year's prizes for the winner of the "Vincent Versace Award for Digital Photography Excellence" (more commonly known as "The Vinny" Awards) have been announced, and I gotta tell ya---it's a pretty amazing package. (Note: This prestigious award is a special award category within the Photoshop World Guru Awards, and any attendee who enters the Photography category is automatically eligible for the Vinny Award as well). This year's Vinny Award winner's prizes will include: The New Epson Stylus Photo R2880 printer with a supply of Exhibition Fiber paper A Nikon D60 Digital Camera Kit Wacom 6x11" Widescreen Tablet The entire collection of Nik Software's products The entire collection of OnOne Software's products The Full Adobe Creative Suite X-Rite's ColorMunki A Hoodman Professional Loupe The entire Training DVD Collection from Acme Educational A 24"x30" signed Versace Print And, of course, you're presented with the Vinny…

    I wanted to share an interesting story with you that happened to my brother Jeff while we were in Italy. We were in Genoa one day, and he and his girlfriend had been out doing the tourist thing, and at the end of the day they stopped into a large grocery store to get some Diet Cokes (called "Coke Light" in Italy) to take back to the hotel room. As they were walking around, Jeff saw some interesting looking produce and pulled out his Canon G-9 Point-and-Shoot and took a few pictures. Within a few minutes a man came up dressed in plain clothes, flashed a badge, and told him he couldn't take photos in the store. My brother said "no problem" (after all, it's a private store, right?), but then the guy demanded my brother's memory card. My brother gave him that "Are…

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