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  • Monthly Archives July 2009

    Do you have something that you really want to learn in Lightroom? Great. Hold that thought in your head right now (we'll come back to it in just a moment). While I was down in St. Lucia, teaching my Lightroom session at Joe's workshop, I had to smile a number of times because I realized how much different teaching Lightroom is from teaching Photoshop. I think the reason is; Lightroom is just so much easier, that the questions I can answer in one quick sentence have a bigger impact for Lightroom users than they do when people ask their questions about Photoshop. Here's what I mean: When I do a Photoshop seminar, people often come up to me before class and ask really broad questions like, "Are you going to teach us Curves today?" or "Are we going to discuss Color Management?" or "Are…

    Well, it's almost here, and so far we have well over 27,000 photographers signed-up for local walks around the world this Saturday. We are all just amazed and thrilled at the participation and sense of community this has created, and we're can't wait for Saturday to get here. If you're a part of the walk, here are seven really important tips to help you make the most of your photo walk: (1) Drink Plenty of Water: In many places, this walk is taking place in the dead of summer, so make sure you take plenty of water with you, and stay fully hydrated during the entire walk. Two hours is a long time to be out in the hot sun so make sure you drink lots of water before and during the walk. (TIP: Want to be a hero? Bring an extra bottle of…

    I'm back from four days on the Island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean, as the Guest Speaker at Joe McNally's Off Camera Flash workshop. The workshop was an even more amazing experience than I had expected, and I learned a lot more than just photography. This week, I'm going to share some different things I learned as an instructor, as a student, as a guest in a very special resort (more on this in a moment), as a businessman, as a husband, a father, and as a photographer (it's amazing what you can absorb in just four days). It'll probably make a separate post each day this week to share these lessons, and I'll weave my stories in alongside some of the other important things happening in this; the week leading up to my Worldwide Photo Walk on Saturday. But as I'm sitting…

    Nikon has just released a new site, called the "Nikon D-Movie Screening Room" that features high-definition video clips shot entirely with their DSLR's that have built-in video capabilities (the Nikon D90 and D5000 cameras). I have to say, it's pretty amazing to see what can be done, thanks to the ability to use Nikon camera lenses (and the shallow depth of field that the right lens can bring), and if you've ever wondered what all the fuss is about on putting video in DSLRs, this will make you a believer. Here's the link----take two minutes and check it out.

    Hi gang. I'm off to the island of St. Lucia in the Caribbean to teach a workshop with Joe McNally and then I'm going to spend a few days doing absolutely nothing but reading and sitting by the pool (I know, I've got it rough), which is all the more reason I feel I should share yet another embarrassing photo. This was taken in the mid-80s (note the cool gloves, blond tips, and excess mousse in my hair. The trademark black shirt is there, along with a Korg DSS-1 keyboard [bottom], which had sampled sounds I used to load into the keyboard with a floppy disk). Man, I gettin' old. ;-)  Now, onto the news: First, a shout out to the Deke Man for a fantastic guest blog and video tutorial yesterday. The comments were nothing short of a love-fest, and it was a…

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