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  • Monthly Archives September 2009

    Today I've got a couple of maintenance type issues, along with some some crisp-crunchy news, with just a hint of lightly sweetened wheat, soy and rice flakes. Think Tank Free Bag Deal Link Has Changed A friend contacted me yesterday to let me know that he was going to buy some Think Tank Photo gear, and that he wanted to make sure he used this blog's Affiliate link, so the affiliate fee would go to 'The Springs of Hope, Kenya Orphanage,' but the link wasn't working. I figured out why---the link has changed. Sorry 'bout that (somehow I missed the email). Here's the direct link for the free bag deal. Vol. 3 Video Review I ran across this review of my book, "The Digital Photography, Volume 3" and I thought it was particularly cool because rather than a written review (like usual) it's a…

    A lot of people are surprised when they find out how much Lightroom Training there is at the upcoming Photoshop World Conference in Las Vegas (which kicks off in just 15 days). This year's conference has the most Lightroom training we've ever offered. In fact, you can come to Photoshop World, and take nothing but Lightroom classes each day---all day---and never take a Photoshop class at all (which is the part of the experience we call "The Lightroom Conference at Photoshop World"). Check out the amazing instructors teaching Lightroom at this part of the conference: Katrin Eisman Matt Kloskowski Jack Davis Julieanne Kost Jeff Schewe David Ziser Kevin Ames RC Concepcion Chris Orwig and Yours Truly Take a look at the details of these daily Lightroom sessions, (click right here, and look each day at the dedicated Lightroom track) as I'd love to meet…

    My video crew was on hand at my recent Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks seminar in Orlando, Florida, and right before the 2nd session kicked off, I did a quick little "howdy," but beyond that, they included a behind-the-scenes look at the seminar, so if you've never been to one of our one-day workshops, take a look at the video clip below for a quick glimpse at the day.

    Photoshop Hall of Famer Dan Margulis, the father of professional color correction using Photoshop, and the man who made Photoshop's LAB color mode take the photographic world by storm in the past few years (thanks to his groundbreaking book on LAB color), is doing a special pre-conference workshop at Photoshop World called "The Latest in LAB." I have no idea what Dan's going to teach, but I know this; each time he does a session like this----everything changes because Dan is pretty much the bottomline when it comes to LAB mode (which is another reason he has such a legion of fans around the world). If you're going to Photoshop World this October in Vegas, make sure you check out Dan's LAB pre-con (Note: Dan's classes are pretty much for more advanced users, so if you're kinda new to Photoshop, I'd skip this one…

    So, a couple of months ago, I was shooting an event and one of the other photographers there told me about a local Photoshop expert (whom I know) who was mad at me because he sent me a friend request on Facebook, and I didn't friend him, so he felt snubbed. Just what I needed----another reason for people to be mad at me. ;-) I let her know that it wasn't intentional (I honestly never saw his friend request---you'll see why in a moment), and I told her that I don't really stay up with my Facebook page at all. In fact, I don't think I've posted there in months----if I do anything, it's just to comment on something one of my friends have posted (with all the stuff I do online, I like to keep my Facebook page for just my family and…

    Like many of you who left comments, I thought Drew Gurian's Guest Blog this week rocked, and it was both inspirational and informative on so many levels, and my hat's off to him for a such a great post! Now, some of you may know that my assistant Brad Moore used to be Joe McNally's full time assistant before Drew, and both Brad and I have known Drew for a while now, and we both totally love the guy, which is probably why I jumped right on Brad's idea to prank Drew about this guest blog. I guess Drew really worked hard on his guest blog post, and he was kind of sweating it a bit, so Brad had me call Drew's cell phone late Tuesday afternoon and leave him the message that "I needed to talk to him about his Guest Blog post."…

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