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  • Monthly Archives December 2009

    Signature Guitar Raffle Update First, thanks to everybody who graciously bought raffle tickets for the Schecter Diamond Series electric guitar, signed by all the Photoshop Guys at NAPP (shown above), which we're raffling off as our final fund-raiser for the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphange (here's the link to a short video with details). Just wanted to let you guys know, you can still buy raffle tickets up until January 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 midnight EST (we pick the winner on Monday the 4th).  Anyway, raffle tickets are just $25 each---buy as many as you like (and your odds are way better than Powerball lotto, where they're like one in 195,249,054) and  here even if you don't win the guitar, there's a guaranteed winner in Kenya under the age of 12, and that's an amazing consolation prize for all of us. Here's the link…

    Yesterday (Sunday) morning, I caught an early flight to St. Louis, Missouri to shoot the Houston Texans at St. Louis Rams NFL football game at the Edward Jones dome. (Click on the photos for a larger view) Although I did shoot some of the game (when the Ram's offense was on the field), I was actually there on assignment to shoot starting Middle Linebacker James Laurinaitis (#55) shown below. Of course, as a linebacker James is on Defense, so when he was on the field, my job was just to isolate on him and hope he didn't wind up in a big crushing pile of guys where he'd get lost from a camera perspective, or that the play wasn't a quick slant to the far sideline where the receiver gets tackled right away, so James didn't need to get involved. The image above is…

    Here's another one of those 'tiny big things' that Adobe fixed in Lightroom 3 that used to make me pull my hair out in previous versions of Lightroom. Now, by know you've probably heard about the big thing they fixed in the Slideshow module; you can now export your slideshow with the background music embedded (at long last!), and although this other little fix has to do with music, it's not the embed thingy. In fact it's not one thingy. It's two (thing 1 and thing 2). Thing 1: You can now automatically have Lightroom 3 set the length of your slideshow to the length of your background music. You do that by clicking directly on the Duration (as shown above). Now, if you're thinking "Why would they make this feature hidden like that?" I thought the same thing at first, but then I…

    You've gotta watch the short video above for all the details, but here's the quick scoop: (1) It's a raffle I'm using as a final year-end fund raiser to help feed the orphans at the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage (2) There's more to it than just winning a cool guitar, so you have to watch the video. (3) The raffle tickets are $25 each, and you can buy as many as you'd like to increase your chances to win. (Once you add your ticket to the cart, just click the "add another"  button as many times as you want). (4) All the money, every single penny from every raffle ticket goes directly to Springs of Hope Kenya to feed and care for these wonderful children (5) We'll choose the winner at random on Monday, January 4, 2010 so enter now (or at least…

    OK, they're not "technically" High-Def prints----I call them 'high definition' because to me they look like the difference between an HD television and a regular television (they are that good!). These are the prints on metal (aluminum) from Imagewizards (I talked about their prints earlier this year---here's the link), and even though I've seen other prints on metal, I've never seen metal prints like theirs (don't confuse these with printing on metallic paper---this isn't printing on paper at all---your image is printed on Aluminum (they call it AluminArte). The detail is insane!!!). Since the detail is insane, we asked them for an insane deal. Here it is: Two (2) of their 16 x 24" Framed images for $250 NOTE: Their Regular Price is $237.61 each, so you're saving around $225.22!!!) One 24" x 32" Framed image for $250 NOTE: Regular price is $322.77 (you…

    First, I have to thank our wonderful guest blogger this week: Trey Ratcliff. Any time a Guest Blog post garners nearly 100 comments, you know it spoke to a lot of people on a lot of levels. Trey once again reminded me why the Guest Blogging thing is so awesome, so thanks Trey. New iPhone App Site Launches Today My buddy Terry White today launched a fantastic new site dedicated to finding the very best iPhone Apps. It's called BestAppSite.com and it takes Terry's incredibly popular "Friday App-of-the-day" concept from his Tech Blog to a whole new level. This is my new stop for finding killer Apps, and if you've got an iPhone, I'd head there right now (well, right after you finish the rest of my post, anyway.). :)  Here's the link. Trey's HDR book rocks! Unrelated to his guest blog appearance; last…

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