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  • Monthly Archives February 2010

    OK, there is a slight distinction in the headline you see above from my normal football game coverage---I didn't say "shooting from the sidelines." This time, I actually shot from up in the stands, because I didn't have sidelines credential. Now, if you're wondering how I got some "big glass" into the game, here's the trick. The NFL has a rule that a spectator can't bring a lens that's more than 6 inches long (15.25 cm) into the stadium, and they measure the length as you come through the security. So, I measured my beloved Nikon 70-300mm f/3.5 - f/5.6 VR lens, and it measures (without the lens hood, and attached to a camera body), about 5-3/4"---just under the wire, so they let me in with it. I shot with a D700, so to get even closer (I was a ways back from the…

    Ken Toney, regular commenter here on the blog, won the raffle we did for the "Photoshop Guys Signature Guitar" and he sent me the shot above of the guitar, in its display case, hanging on the wall of his office (which is pretty sweet, by the way). Click on the photo for a larger view. The raffle raised nearly $2,500 for the Springs of Hope Orphanage, and then we raised another $1,300+ from the off camera flash t-shirts (which are still available, in four stunning styles by the way), right here. Also, we raised an additional $1,000 through this blog's affiliate program with Think Tank Photo, (makers of the most awesome camera bags I've ever used) so if you're thinking of buying any Think Tank gear (over $50), use this link and: (1) You'll get a cool freebie from Think Tank (see below), and…

    Is it any coincidence that just a few days after Apple's iPad was announced, Engadget.com, probably the leading tech blog on the planet (who blogged the announcement live as it happened), announced that they were turning off reader comments for a while. As a longtime reader and fan of Engadget, I have to tell you I was shocked. Here's what they said: "Hey guys, we know you like to have your fun, voice your opinions, and argue over your favorite gear, but over the past few days the tone in comments has really gotten out of hand. What is normally a charged -- but fun -- environment for our users and editors has become mean, ugly, pointless, and frankly threatening in some situations... and that's just not acceptable." Click here to read their post, and why they did it. Thankfully, it appears that they…

    Here's a quick update on what's going on at the upcoming Photoshop World Conference & Expo, coming up March 24-26 in Orlando, Florida: David Cuerdon joins Instructor Dream Team One of the most popular instructors on Kelby Training Online, expert photo retoucher and photographer David Cuerdon, is teaching all three days of the expo in the Expo Theater. If you haven't had a chance to learn from David online, this is a great opportunity to catch him live (where he totally rocks by the way!). I'm teaching three classes---all of them brand new! I've got all new classes this time around: (1) An all new "Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks" class, packed with Photoshop special effects, (2) Lightroom Killer Tips (with loads of little-known tricks, workarounds, and time-savers), and (3) Designing with Type for Photographers: a class for photographers on how to make type…

    The Hottest Event Of the Summer: The Nik Summit Nik Software, the company behind plug-ins I can't live without, like Color Efex Pro 3.0, Silver Efex, and Viveza 2, is launching a very special event this May in San Diego called, "The Nik Summit" where they're bringing together a group of top photographers (including the likes of Tony Corbell, Joe McNally, and Rick Sammon no less) and top instructors for a very cool creativity/training experience, and you're invited. If you've got a sec, check out their event site, and see if this just doesn't sound cool as anything! Here's the link. If you Shoot Macro, You Gotta Get This T-Shirt! Photographer Dan Stroka came up with just a very clever shirt for any photographer into Macro. I won't spoil it (you have to see it yourself---you'll crack up), but here's the link. Thanks to…

    Did I say "Podcast?" I meant "Padcast." (Sorry, I just couldn't help myself). ;-)  Seriously though---Dave came up with a great idea for a weekly podcast---it's called "Ask Dave" (with Dave Cross) and basically you ask Dave Photoshop questions, and he answers them (Dave knows Photoshop on a crazy level). I love this new show-----it's short, sweet, and right to the point. Here's the link to watch the first episode on KelbyTV, and here's the link for submitting your questions to Dave on Twitter. Congrats Dave on launching your new show! (also catch Dave each week on the new Photoshop User TV).

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