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  • Monthly Archives August 2009

    I'm just totally psyched to announce that Nikon Professional Services (NPS) will be officially sponsoring the Live Concert Shoot workshop at the upcoming Photoshop World in Las Vegas. The Instructor for the class, Nikon shooter Alan Hess, will be joined by Nikon's own Scott Diussa (remember when I linked to Scott's great article on shooting concerts earlier this year?) will be together giving you a concert shooting learning experience you just can't find anywhere else. The workshop is already more than half full, so if you're going to Photoshop World, and want an amazing experience at the pre-conference workshop (held Sept 30th---the day before the conference kicks off), then sign up fast, because this one will be sold out soon! Thanks to our friends at Nikon for their support of this very cool, very unique educational experience. You guys rock!

    Yesterday I found out that over 500 people are already signed up for "Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks" one-day workshop in Orlando, Florida (held next Friday---one week from today), but somebody's missing. You! It's not too late to register---follow this link, where you'll find out the full class schedule, and how to reserve your seat (It's only $99, or $79 if you're a NAPP member) for a day of nothing but the latest Photoshop special effects (these are real commercial effects---the same ones you see in print, on the Web, in ads, on TV, and in Hollywood----techniques you can really use in your own everyday work). Hope I'll see you there next Friday---we're going to have a blast!

    Just a reminder---today's the deadline for entering the "Shoot on the sidelines contest with Scott & Mike" contest (where we fly you to a Florida State Seminoles game, wine you and dine you, then you shoot on the sides with me and sports photographers Mike Olivella). Get your entries uploaded by midnight tonight, because we're announcing the winner on Monday!!! Here's the link to the video describing the contest, and here's a link to the flickr group and more details. Hope I'll be shooting with you on the sidelines in just a few short weeks!!!! Good luck everybody! :)

    I got an email yesterday from a reader of one of my books, and it's an email I've gotten dozens of times before, and it always puts me in an uneasy position. Uneasy enough, and yet common enough, that I wanted to share it with you guys. He had read something in my book "The Photoshop Book for Digital Photographers" where I said to do something a particular way, but then he found someone on a Web site somewhere who said to do it differently (in fact, they said to do it the exact opposite of what I said in my book). So, basically, he was emailing me to ask me to defend what I written in my book. Ugh. As I've done dozens of times in the past, I set out to write a lengthy explanation of why what I had stated in…

    First, a big thanks to Kelly for his great Guest Blog yesterday. It created a somewhat lively debate, but for the most part it stayed pretty civil, and got a lot of people talking and thinking, which was good. Thanks Kelly. A Tough Portrait Nicely Done Each week NAPP's Executive Director Larry Becker choose an image posted in the NAPP member portfolios to feature as "Image of the Week" and this week Larry choose a very cool portrait by photographer Adam Daniels as this week's winner. Without giving it away; it's just pretty darn cool (it's a tough subject, very well executed). Here's the link to check it out. Countdown To The Photoshop World Early Bird Deadline If you want to save a full $100 on registration to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo (coming up Oct. 1-3 at the Mandalay Bay Resort &…

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