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  • Monthly Archives February 2010

    WOW----what a night! No doubt, it was a lot of fun, but it was also very humbling to look out from the stage and see the Knoll Brothers (both Thomas and John Knoll), and about 70 of Adobe's Photoshop engineers, along with lots of Adobe execs and directors, and well...I was incredibly nervous! (That's me below posing with Thomas and John----the Knoll brothers who originally created Photoshop,  right after the event). (All photos by RC Concepcion) Adobe's own Russell Brown (below) did an absolutely hilarious, bring-down-the-house, totally amazing presentation about the history of Photoshop that was so good, he got a standing ovation. Adobe's VP of their Creative Business Unit John Loiacono was the featured presenter (better known as "Johnny L" to Photoshop World Keynote attendees---shown below before the doors opened), and Photoshop big wig Kevin Connor did the first public demo of some…

    You guys might remember me doing a post a while back about these huge metal murals, (made up of a grid of multiple metallic tiles, as seen above in this shot from their tradeshow booth) which look really quite impressive in person. (here's the link to the story--scroll down until you see Brad and I holding a six-file mural). Well, they're making a special deal for you guys who read my blog (hands down the best discount deal they've ever offered), on these huge metallic grid murals. Here's the deal: You get 30% OFF their 12 inch tile squares, plus you get free shipping on the entire order. To get this deal, you have to use this link: http://metalmural.com/sk.aspx Ask anybody who has seen these at their booth at a trade show---these tiled murals have big impact. If you get some done, let me…

    Greeting from San Francisco, where tonight NAPP (the National Assn. of Photoshop Professionals) and Adobe are hosting a special party to celebrate Photoshop's 20th Anniversary, and we're broadcasting the whole event LIVE on the Web, and you're invited!!! You'll see live Photoshop tricks from: Dave Cross Matt Kloskowski RC Concepcion Corey Barker Julieanne Kost Terry White Russell Brown Johnny L and Yours Truly Along with some "Surprise Guests." :) I hope you'll join us tonight, no matter where you are in the world. It's going to be an incredible night, and I wouldn't be surprised if you guys saw a sneak peek of some Photoshop 'things' NOBODY has ever seen before! Don't miss it (it's at 7:30 Pacific Time tonight!). It'll be broadcast on this page right here. See you then! -Scott

    My crew at Kelby Media Group HQ put together a bunch of killer deals for today only (today), on a bunch of our stuff, to celebrate Photoshop's 20th Anniversary. Here's the flyer on all the deals (NOTE: if you click on the graphic below, it takes you to the 20th anniversary page we've set-up---scroll down and there you'll find direct links to all the dealz):

    Photo by Christi Martin I want to thank Brad and Scott for giving me the opportunity to express myself on a stage of this level.  I have to be honest, when Brad emailed me yesterday it caught me off guard.  What do I say?  What do people want to read?  Anything I want?  Wow. But there is only one thing on my mind lately - my new career move.  I read, or heard once (who knows?) that the higher up you get in advertising, the younger you die.  Well, I guess I just signed my death certificate.  My name is Matt Lange, professional photographer, and now the Creative Director at The Fletcher Group Advertising.  The clock is ticking… Endure …the clock is ticking... Literally.  I have less than 5 hours to put my thoughts down collectively for you all to see.  The clock is…

    Matt Lange!  Matt and Scott met when they shot a football game together a few months ago and have been buds ever since. I (Brad) think that a lot of you will really be able to relate to Matt's post for tomorrow.  He talks about starting out as a designer/photographer a few years ago, and all the struggles he's gone through to make it to where he is today. I have to give it up to Matt for pulling his post together so quickly and doing such a great job with it.  Our originally scheduled guest blogger called (well, emailed) in sick at the last minute, so Matt really came through to save the day. So come back by tomorrow and see what Matt has for us!

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