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  • Monthly Archives July 2008

    If you've been reading this blog for the past month or so, you've read my posts about photographers being harassed when shooting in public, and a lot of readers have chimed in with comments about what we can and can't shoot, what our rights as photographers are and aren't, our interpretations of copyright law, and so on. There's just one problem; we're not attorneys. So, I contacted New York-based Intellectual Property Attorney Ed Greenberg, who's a published author on the topic, and who has been dealing with photography copyright, contract, and creative rights issues for over 30 years, to finally get the straight no-nonsense scoop on all this. Ed is absolutely brilliant; he communicates in Plain English (and with a great sense of humor as well), and he cuts through the bull and gets right to the point (which is why we now have…

    Seriously, I have cooked up something very, very cool for us to do together, and you are SO going to want to be a part of it. Although I can't spill the beans until later this month, I wanted to give you a heads up now to mark your calendar to spend Saturday, August 23rd with me (Trust me; you're gonna love it!) :) Remember; on August 23rd----it's you and me---doing something you're totally going to be into, so try and keep that day open. More details soon!

    First, a big thanks to Senior Photoshop Product Manager John Nack for his Special Guest Blog yesterday, which resounded with so many of my readers. It was an honor to have John sharing his insights and perspective, and a point of view we don't often get to hear. Now, onto some quick news stuff: Joe McNally has a great post on his blog about the new Nikon SB-900 Flash, and you've got to check it out (here's the link). Also, Bob Krist does a great interview with Joe about travel photography in the June issue of Outdoor Photographer magazine (click here to read it online). Two new Online Classes have gone up at KelbyTraining.com; Part III of Dan Margulis' Picture Postcard Workflow (here's the link), and a new class from Rick Sammon about On Location Photography (here's that link). Next week, on Photoshop User…

    A couple of weeks ago Scott proposed a simple, seductive idea: Why doesn't Adobe simply let users tell us what they want, then pick the top X features from their list & agree to implement them? Seems like the most obvious thing in the world, doesn't it?   "The customer is always right"--right? And yet I'm reminded of a pair of quotations:   "I skate to where the puck is going to be, not to where it has been." -- Wayne Gretzky "If I had asked my customers what they wanted, they would have said a faster horse." -- Henry Ford   Democracy, in product development, is not a recipe for innovation. (Think the original iMac & its missing floppy drive were the product of democracy?) Groupthink produces evolution, not revolution. It may well be a recipe for customer satisfaction, at least to some…

    Huge news: My best buddy Dave Moser and his wife Lisa just delivered twin girls!!!!!! I'm blogging this from the hospital waiting room, and my buddy is so thrilled, relieved, exhausted and overjoyed! The girls were four weeks early, but they're doing GREAT!!! Thanks to everybody who sent their prayers Dave and Lisa's way!!! As soon as I get some photos, I'll post 'em here. Congrats to Dave and Lisa, and a big welcome to Katherine and Elizabeth, (who I'm sure will both soon have MacBook Airs and the Creative Suite). ;-) Whoo Hoo!!!!

    Nikon just announced the Nikon D700 DSLR: a brand new, full-frame FX format 12-megapixel camera (shipping near the end of this month for around $3,000), along with a new flagship for the Nikon Creative Lighting System: the Nikon SB-900 Flash (available July 25, 2008 for around $500). The BUZZ on the D700: The outside still looks like the D300, but supposedly the inside is said to pretty much be that of a Nikon D3 (with a CMOS sensor and extremely low noise), but with some additional features not found on the D3. Unlike the D3, it comes with a built-in pop-up flash. It seems like it's a D3 in a modified D300 body (RobGalbraith.com wrote, "Pictures shot with the D3 and D700 are expected to look the same in every respect.") The BUZZ on the SB-900: Faster recycle time, more powerful, better software, larger…

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