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  • Monthly Archives August 2008

    Man, did I have an absolute blast on Tuesday! The NFL's Chicago Bears flew me up to the Bear's training camp (it's held about 90-minutes outside Chicago at Bourbonnais, Illinois) to teach a private workshop called "How to Shoot Sports Like a Pro," for a special group of some the Bears longtime supporters and longtime season-ticket holders. My buddy Dave Moser came along with me to help with the workshop, and generally keep me out of trouble. I broke the class into three segments: I did the first hour in the classroom, where I did a slideshow and live camera demo talking about equipment and techniques for shooting all kinds of sports, but of course, with an emphasis on shooting Football. Then we went outside where I arranged to have three football players, in full Bears uniforms (pads, helmets and all), run a series…

    A big thanks to Andrew Rodney's guest blog yesterday, which really opened a lot of people's eyes as to how digital imaging is changing, how our workflow is evolving, and how Lightroom and Photoshop fit into that workflow.I especially appreciate the comments from my readers, and from Andrew himself who posted a number of follow-up comments which really expanded on what he wrote and grew into a really great and informative discussion (almost an article within an article, which I think is cool). Something that one of my readers, Dan Sroka, wrote in a comment really stood out to me and so rings true with me. Here's what Dan said: "After using Lightroom for quite a while now, I don’t find that I am doing less work in Photoshop…. I find that I am doing *different* work in Photoshop. Because Lightroom has taken over…

    Photoshop and I are getting old(er)! I started working with Photoshop 1.0.7 in May 1990, only a few months after its release. It’s hard to believe we are both 18 years older. It’s been amazing to see Photoshop grow over the years and an honor working with Adobe as a beta and alpha tester since version 2.5. I’ve seen a lot of products over the years attempt to compete with Photoshop. Anyone remember Color Studio, X-Res, or Live Picture? One of the most exciting image processing products I’ve worked with since the introduction of Photoshop is Lightroom. For those of us working with Photoshop for many years, Lightroom represents (excuse the cliché) a quantum paradigm shift with respect to image processing. Mark Hamburg, Lightroom’s architect has described Lightroom as being “The Anti-Photoshop”. It’s OK for Mark to say this considering he was the chief…

    ...none other than the "Digital Dog" himself; Photoshop Hall of Famer, Color guru, and one of the principals of "Pixel Genius" Andrew Rodney! I've been a fan of Andrew's for years, and besides having him as my honored guest blogger tomorrow, you can also catch him teaching at Photoshop World, in magazines like PPA's Professional Photographer, and on his site "DigitalDog.net." Make sure you check back tomorrow to catch his special Wednesday Guest Blog post! :) (Note to my readers: So sorry this is going up so late; I've been traveling today [I'm back now], but this is the first chance I've gotten to post since early this morning. More news on why on Thursday).

    Here's some quick stuff heading into Tuesday: I just found out something cool about the Photoshop World Guru Awards: CDW (The Guru Awards Sponsor) is giving the winner in each category a brand new Apple iPod Touch, and they're adding an Apple TV to the "Best of Show" winner's prize package. We already have more than 2,000 people signed up for Photoshop World Vegas (Sept. 4-6), and if you're going, but haven't entered the Guru Award competition, the deadline for entries is August 14th, so make sure you enter. Hey, ya never know! John Paul Caponigro has been blogging during his Annual Exhibit, and the opening night (August 1st) he did something new--and a video of it is already up on YouTube.com (here's the link). As JP says, "It's a new artistic direction - one of many. Next, 3D renderings, sculpture and installations -…

    Remember week before last, when I said there was a workshop coming up in California on how to shoot home interiors, and do you remember how I said I'd really like to take that class? Well, this weekend, I flew to LA and took it (along with my buddy Matt Kloskowski). On Friday Matt and I spent the day with our buddy Marv, and then we spent the afternoon at Warner Brothers Studios on the set of NBC's Chuck, where we hung out with our buddy, (the show's photographer), NAPP member Mike Kubeisy. After we left the studio, we headed down to Venice Beach for our own three-man photowalk until the sun went down. Saturday morning we were up early for the workshop, which was conducted in two brand new, beautiful, fully-furnished, professionally decorated homes in Santa Clarita (about 1 hr. outside LA), and…

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