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  • Monthly Archives September 2009

    One of my book readers, Tobias Gräning from Berlin, Germany, dropped me a note yesterday with a great tip, based on one of my tips in my Digital Photography Book, Volume 3. My quick tip was to make sure you download the free digital PDF versions of your camera's user manual because they're searchable, and you'll find what you're looking for a lot faster (I have PDF manuals for all my own gear). He took the tip up a notch by telling me about an iPhone application called "Good Reader PDF" that is designed to let you download and read these large-sized PDFs (larger size PDFs than you can normally read on an iPhone or iPod touch). You can see a screen cap above how the PDFs are listed, and then how they're displayed (it's just 99¢ from the iPhone App Store). You can't…

    Each year at Photoshop World we open the Exhibit Floor to the public for just two days, and if you'd like a free Expo-only pass (so you can see all the exhibitors, including Adobe), and catch the free expo floor classes and presentations, you can go right here to get yours. We had a record-breaking number of Photoshop users and photographers visit the Expo floor at Boston Photoshop World, and I think the reason is there's just so much going on there. Most of the vendors are now doing live demos, plus there are multiple theaters where you can catch some of the biggest names in Photoshop and photography live on stage, and getting to learn from, and meet all these superstars one-on-one creates a lot of energy and excitement on the floor. Plus, this is a selling show, so a lot of the…

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    So what’s a typical day like assisting Joe McNally? First things first. When you’re a photographer’s assistant, especially for someone like Joe, “typical” goes right out the door.

    To start, here’s a bit of the back story:
    While I was in school for my undergrad, I was lucky enough to get a summer internship with Joe. In retrospect, I can confidently say that I learned more in those three months than in my entire college education. Now, people ask me all the time how I pulled off an internship with such a person, and my answer really comes down to persistence. I had seen a presentation of Joe’s at the Maine Photographic Workshops, really loved his work and became a fan.

    Communication Arts Magazine puts out a great photo annual each year, and lists the contact info for everyone who makes it in… So that next summer, when browsing through, I saw a photo of Joe’s, called the studio, interviewed, and

    Professional Food Photography with Joe Glyda Now Online We just had an online class "go live" this week that I'm particularly excited about; it's Joe Glyda's class on Professional Food Photography. Joe is a terrific teacher (if you've ever caught Joe during one of his sessions at Photoshop World you know what I mean), and he's got some really great techniques in his new class. Here's the link with all the details (NOTE: If you're not a Kelby Training Online subscriber, you can still watch the first couple of segments by following that link). ALSO: I did a quick little video from the production set of Joe's class to give some background on the class and what he's teaching, and you can watch that short clip right here. Next Stop For My Lightroom 2 Live Tour: Detroit Well, it's actually Livonia, Michigan, so it's…

    Howdy folks: I had something different planned for today, but it didn't work out, so...how 'bout some news? Epson Releases New Stylus Pro 3880 Printer I know, you probably read about this last week on Dave Cross' blog, but just in case you missed it: "Hey, Epson released the 3880!" (shown above---photo courtesy of Epson). This replaces the Epson Stylus® Pro 3800 (which I loved so dearly), but this promises to be even better thanks to a new ink set with a wider color range (including "more dramatic blues and violets"), enhanced black and white printing, and new imaging technology that according to Epson "...provides smoother color transitions and better highlight and shadow detail." Sweet! Can't wait to get my hands on one and give you guys the low down, but in the meantime you can read the full release over at Dave's blog,…

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