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  • Monthly Archives November 2009

    Hi gang: First I want to thank yesterdays Guest Blogger Scott Rinckenberger for his very cool post yesterday, and thanks to my own assistant Brad for coming up with the idea to feature the assistants of famous photographers. I love how this is shaping up! Now, onto some quick news: Joe's Number One! A big congratulations to my buddy Joe McNally, whose book "The Hot Shoe Diaries" was just named to the "Best Books of 2009" list as the #1 bestselling book in the Arts & Photography category for 2009 at Amazon.com. (as seen above) If you don't have a copy yet, it would make a perfect Holiday gift (and it's a totally kick-butt book, which is precisely why it's number 1). My congrats to Joe and the great folks over at New Riders Publishing, who together put together one heck of a book…

    When you get comfortable, move. First off, thanks to Scott and Brad for this opportunity to connect with such a broad and passionate audience.  I’m Scott Rinckenberger, right hand man to Chase Jarvis, the fastest moving photographer I’ve ever seen. We recently brought on a new intern at Chase Jarvis Inc.  It’s a tough gig to get.  For a while I couldn’t really put my finger on why he had made the cut, despite being the person in charge of the hiring.  Sure, he was hard working with a great attitude, but that’s an absolute prerequisite among the talented field of applicants seeking work at our shop.  I knew he was the right guy for the job, just couldn’t say exactly why.  Then we were having chat on the way back from a location and he was explaining his life’s path.  He said something…

    Hi folks---here's what's up: New Help Portrait Web Site and Must-see Video As Brad and I are starting to ramp up for our local "Help Portrait" shoot (on Saturday, December 12th), we just got word that organizer Jeremy Cowart (a really terrific guy and incredible photographer) has released a new updated version of the Help Portrait Web site, along with a quick video you've just got to see. Here's the link (seriously, if you've got a minute, this is really an incredibly wonderful thing he's doing. Don't stand on the sidelines----get involved with photographers all over the world who, on December 12th are giving back by sharing our talents to do something really great for those less fortunate). Wait...I Forgot These Three! Yesterday, after I posted my "10 things I wish I could Tell Every New Lightroom User" article, my buddy Matt Kloskowski did…

    The first of my three "Light it, Shoot it, Retouch it" online classes went live two weeks ago, and I just heard today that they'll have the 2nd class live in just about two weeks. I've gotten loads of great feedback from the first class, so I'm looking at adding more segments in the future, so if you've got any ideas of particular lighting looks you'd like to see, let me know and they might wind up as one of my next series of shoots. :) In the meantime, here's a link to my first of the three "LSR" online classes.

    I got the idea for this post from an excellent post from Rob Sylvan (Rob is one of our Photoshop Help Desk gurus, as well as a Lightroom author and instructor), called "10 Things I Wish I Could Tell Every New Lightroom User." Rob's article ran on Scott Bourne's must-visit PhotoFocus.com site, and he had lots of really great tips for new users (here's the direct link). I thought his idea was brillliant, and I sat down and started thinking about what I would tell new users, and then I thought I oughta do a similar post (with a different list of ten). I was thinking of using a different name for mine, but then Rob wound up coming to to my Boston "Photoshop for Digital Photographers" seminar, and afterward he even gave me a ride to the airport. During that ride to the…

    I am absolutely thrilled to share that last night I got an email from my friend Molly Bail from Springs of Hope, Kenya, to let me know that today they’re welcoming the first children to the Orphanage that you, the readers of this blog, helped to build. Your contributions literally helped finish the roof on this orphanage earlier this year, and then later you helped buy the beds, furniture, and kitchen appliances, and now today there are homeless children that are homeless no more because of your gracious generosity. I am incredibly thrilled, and humbled at what you all have done in supporting the construction of this Orphanage. In her email, Molly calls today's opening a “soft opening” because they are still dealing with some electrical issues, but the first children arrive today, and are sleeping under a roof you helped build tonight. To…

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