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  • Monthly Archives May 2009

    ....the man who came up with the whole Guest Blog idea himself, the one and only Vincent Versace. That's right---it was one year ago this week that Vinny convinced me to switch from "No Blog Wednesday" to "Special Guest Blog Wednesday" and I still haven't stopped thanking him. It was a brilliant idea which has brought so many wonderful ideas, images, inspiration, and techniques to my readers, and I am truly indebted to them, and to Vincent for seeing the potential of what it could be. It's such an honor to have Vinny back here tomorrow as we celebrate the 1 year guest blog anniversary and there's truly no more fitting person to feature on this day (by the way; I read Vinny's post last night---you MUST come back tomorrow and give it a read. Amazing!).

    Today's it's official, as we announce the date for Scott Kelby's 2nd Annual Worldwide PhotoWalk™ to celebrate the upcoming release of "The Digital Photography Book, Volume 3," and you're invited to be a part of this global, social photography event. Here's a quick Q&A with all the details. Q. When is the official PhotoWalk™ day? A. It's Saturday, July 18th. Q. What exactly is a PhotoWalk? A. Watch the short video clip on the home page over at the official Worldwide PhotoWalk Website (here's the link). Q. Is there a fee to participate this year? A. Once again it's free---there is no fee to join this year's walk---just come and have a ball! Q. Do you have any cities signed up with PhotoWalks yet? A. We already have 183 cities around the world which have scheduled PhotoWalks. Q. How did those cities gets walks…

    ....if you're looking for tweets from me like, "I just dropped my son off at soccer practice" or "Listening to "Precious" by Depeche Mode while retouching pictures." (Sorry RC---I couldn't help myself). I want to use my Twitter account for something different. Sometimes I have something I want to share, but it's a day or two before I can blog about it (for example, one day Larry Becker called me to let me know about a site that was selling 8GB San Disk Extreme memory cards for $89, but they were offering an $89 mail-in rebate. Basically, they were free! We bought a bunch). I was dying to tell everyone, but by the time I could blog it the next day---they were gone. Sometimes I need input on an idea and I need it really quickly. Sometimes I need your opinion on a training…

    During this past week, while finishing up my Volume 3 of "The Digital Photography Book," I was able to finally go through the entire list of your suggestions for topics to include in the book (nearly 300) and not surprisingly, I found even more great ideas. Well, ya know that means----some more of you are going to get a free signed copy of my book, because your idea wound up getting covered in the new book. Here's the names of the other readers who'll be getting a free signed copy: Alex Kess Mark Celvin Daniel Laflor Rosario Mannino Dwight Atterhol MivillePhoto Jeff Grandon Lee Johansen Mark Roberg Thanks you guys----you really made a difference, and the book is better because of your suggestions. One interesting thing about this exercise: I was surprised at how many people listed that they wanted me to cover Photoshop…

    Just a reminder; I'll be in Denver, Colorado on Wednesday with my "Lightroom 2 Live!" tour, then I'll be in Portland, Oregon (for my first time ever), on Friday with the tour, so I hope I'll see you in one of those cities for a day that will change the way you sort, edit, show, and print your work. Here's the link with all the details. If you're coming and you read the blog, make sure you come up and say "hi." (I met all kinds of great readers when I was in DC----I love it!).

    OK, before we get started---are we so lovin' David duChemin today or what? He totally rocked it yesterday with his inspirational, and eye-opening guest blog (just read all the comments and you'll see what I mean), and I'm both honored and excited that he was my guest blogger here on the Photoshop Insider. Thanks so much David. Why Yes, That Photo is Embarrassing Yet another blast from the past has snuck its way onto my blog today, and the one above (circa 1983) is a self-portrait where I'm posing with an old Minolta SLR that my brother handed down to me when he upgraded to a Nikon F3. It was shot with my Pentax SLR using the self timer, and this was taken in a small studio another photographer and I rented, and it was shot on white seamless using a Sunpak flash unit…

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