Posted February, 2009

  • Our New Weekly Nikon Show Now Available on iTunes

    Feb 27th, 2009  |  20 Comments

    This just in: our new weekly show for Nikon DSLR users is now available as a free video Podcast on Apple’s iTunes (here’s the link). Now you can watch it on your iPod, iTouch, etc. or from right within iTunes itself. Whoo Hoo! :)

  • Friday News Stuff (and a Photoshop CS4 update is released)

    Feb 27th, 2009  |  11 Comments

    I can’t believe it’s already Friday (this week has flown by!). Before we get onto the news, a big thanks to Syl Arena for his excellent guest post this week. He didn’t have an easy job being the next person to guest blog after Zack Arias’ mini-epic movie post (which is now the #1 mostContinue…

  • Adobe Releases Photoshop Plug-in To Disable Gestures for MacBook Pro Owners

    Feb 27th, 2009  |  14 Comments

    Today I am the happiest camper in the forest, because Adobe has made me love my Apple MacBook Pro laptop again. They released a free downloadable plug-in for Photoshop CS4 which disables the trackpad gestures on Apple’s new MacBook Pro Laptops. No longer does my canvas rotate 40 or 50 times a day when IContinue…

  • Joe McNally’s New Book, “The Hot Shoe Diaries” Now Taking Preorders

    Feb 27th, 2009  |  5 Comments

    After Joe’s release of what became the huge hit of 2009, his landmark book, “The Moment It Clicks,” everybody was asking for more Joe, and specifically “when’s he gonna do a book on small flashes?” Well, the wait it just about over! On Monday, Joe announced on his blog that he has finished all theContinue…

  • New Weekly Nikon DSLR Tips Show Launches Today

    Feb 26th, 2009  |  78 Comments

    Big News: I’m totally excited to announce that today we launched a new weekly show for Nikon DSLR shooters called “D-Town TV” (The name will make sense after you watch the show’s intro). The show, co-hosted with my good friend and Nikon shooter Matt Kloskowski, airs online each Thursday, and you can watch the premiereContinue…

  • Comments in RSS Reader Feeds

    Feb 25th, 2009  |  24 Comments

    Hey guys, Brad here. We’re well aware that many of you (including myself) are getting all of the comments as posts in your Google Reader feed. This is isolated to the Google Reader and isn’t occurring with other RSS feeds. We have not changed any of our settings, nor is this a new “feature.” WeContinue…

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