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  • Monthly Archives March 2010

    Honoring the legacy of educator Dean Collins—his gift for teaching, his passion for quality, and his lifetime of contributions to the Photoshop and Photography community—the Dean Collins Scholarship is awarded annually to one high school or college educator nominated by his or her students. The scholarship features an opportunity to attend NAPP’s annual convention – Photoshop World Conference & Expo and includes round-trip airfare, hotel accommodations, a one-year NAPP membership, and subscription to Photoshop User magazine. A big congratulations to educator Nancy Staggs, who teaches at Hueytown High School, in Hueytown, Alabama, as she's the 2010 recipient of the Dean Collins Educational Scholarship. She'll be joining us next week in Orlando, where she'll be recognized during the opening keynote presentation.

    We just released this brand new class on Kelby Training Online, and although I'm the host of this new class, the star is really Dan Steinhardt from Epson (better known as 'Dano'), and in this new class we dispel many of the long-held myths and folklore about printing, and show how really easy it is to get great looking prints every time. Dano, the man behind Epson's Print Academy, knows this stuff absolutely inside and out, and he delivers his insights and information in such a fun, casual, straight forward way and you'll love learning from him. Here's the link for more details on this brand new online class----"How to get Killer Prints from your Epson Printer." UPDATE: Hey guys, we're working on the problems that were pointed out and will update the class as soon as possible.  We'll let you know when we…

    Firgs has been running a series of behind-the-scenes interview with some of the folks on our team at NAPP Headquarters, including everyone from our Social Media Ninja Nancy Massé to my assistant Kathy Siler (the woman with quite possibly the hardest job in the world), and she even did an interview with the man, the myth, the legend---"Vanelli." All the questions come from readers, so they're not your usual questions (or answers), and you can read mine right here. Thanks Firgs for asking me, and creating such a fun series.

    By now you guys already know we have a "How to Shoot Live Concerts" in-depth pre-conference workshop next Tuesday in Orlando at Photoshop World (Sponsored by Nikon Professional Services), but I just learned yesterday that NPS is giving away a new Nikon D300s DSLR, along with their new 35mm f/1.8 lens to the student who takes the best shot during the "Live Concert Shoot" portion of the workshop. The judging will take place during the opening keynote on Wednesday morning (the finalist's photos will be displayed for the crowd to choose the winner by applause), and somebody in that workshop is going to walk away with some very cool new gear! NPS will also have some loaner bodies and lenses (read as: really nice glass) on hand for the workshop participants to try out some new gear that's perfectly suited to shooting concerts and…

    I was just trying to see how many times I could work the word "Photo" in the headline above. ;-) Nonetheless, it is true---my good buddy Jeff Revell at PhotoWalkPro.com is hosting a free Photo Walk in Orlando, next Tuesday (the day before Photoshop World officially kicks off), so if you're going to be in Orlando, make sure you jump over to Jeff's site for all the latest info, when and where the walk takes place, etc. (He's also just set up a flickr group for the walk). Here's the link with all the details.

    Hello Everyone, A big thanks to Scott and Brad for asking me to be a guest blogger.  It is really exciting to be here and I look forward to sharing a bit about my crazy world.  I will be honest, I checked out samples of previous guest bloggers and I am humbled to say the least. I questioned myself why Scott would choose a baby shooter when clearly he works with some of the most amazing photographers in the industry. As I perused his blog I was overwhelmed at the beauty of the work and I found myself dreading pulling sample images.  With great apprehension, I finally pulled up my 2009 favorite images. As I started to review my work, hundreds of images of mothers anticipating their new arrivals, precious babies, children, seniors and loving families appeared on my screen. Soon I was carried…

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