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  • Monthly Archives March 2010

    ...child and family portrait photographer Sandy "Sam" Puc'!  Sandy is currently on the road for her 2010 Family Tour where she teaches marketing for family portrait photographers, but she's taken the time to put together a great guest post for us.  Make sure you stop by tomorrow to see some behind the scenes videos of her on portrait shoots with kids, and see how she interacts with them to get wonderful shots. You may also be familiar with Sandy's Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep organization which "introduces remembrance photography to parents suffering the loss of a baby with the gift of professional portraiture."  If you're not, consider taking a few minutes to look at their website and become familiar with this very important part of many families' lives.

    We're just about a week away from the kick-off of the world's largest Photoshop event, and so I wanted to take a quick minute and catch you up on what's going on. Here goes: Get Your Free Expo-Only Pass If you can't attended the full conference, you can get a free Expo-Only pass, which gives you admission to the Expo floor so you can not only see all the latest gear from some of the industry's leading software developers (Adobe will be there, too), Photoshop plug-in developers, and photo equipment retailers and manufacturers, but you also get to check out some amazing free classes on the show floor, along with demos of all the new gear. Each year, people tell me they can't believe how cool our expo is, and if you haven't checked it out for yourself, you've got to come---you'll love it.…

    I know---nobody remembers the second place of anything. You don't remember who lost the Super Bowl, or who took 2nd place in the World Cup, or who won the Silver metal, but I have to admit, I'm pretty excited about being #2 this time. First, a little back-story. For the last five years I had been the #1 best-selling author of computer and technology books across all categories (the computer and technology category includes every book about computers of course, but also gaming, photography,  the internet, software, and so on). Well, this year, they (Nielsen, the ratings people who track data on everything from TV viewers to book sales), moved photography books out of the computer category (where they had been all along), into their own separate category (which actually I think is a good thing), but because of that change, my best-selling digital…

    When I was in The Netherlands last week, I can't tell you how people I ran into that watch on one of our podcasts, but one guy I met told me although he sees me each week on Photoshop User TV, he said he doesn't watch me on D-Town TV (the weekly show for DSLR users) because he's a Canon shooter. I let him know that D-Town TV isn't just a Nikon-only this season, and that we not only include Canon gear, but we've changed the focus of the show from one that covers which button does what, to more of a general show about digital photography, and how to "get the shot." I told him we that now we have lots of location shoots, and guest photographers, along with some inspiration in each show, and he told he didn't realize that the show…

    Hi gang: I've been heads down on a couple of projects on critical deadlines, and I've just got nuthin' for today here on the blog for today, so.....so.....I've...well....uh....how about we make this "Bad Blog Friday?" (Whoops, too late---it already is). Now, it's entirely possible I'll wake up in the morning and have something and post it, but I'm just totally beat right now, and I can barely form sentences, so have a great weekend and we'll see you here on Monday, where hopefully I'll be somewhat coherent.

    For the first time ever, the optional in-depth, pre-conference workshops we hold the day before Photoshop World officially kicks off, are all nearly sold out in advance, so if you're signed up to go (or if you're thinking of going), but haven't registered for a pre-con workshop, I'd jump on it now, as there are only 60 seats left TOTAL for all 9 workshops combined! Here's the workshops that still have seats available: HDR Crash Course (3 spots left) >> See the video above << Photoshop for Beginners (7 spots left) Real World Concert Photography (6 spots left) Shoot - Design & Print Your Own Movie Poster (5 spots left) >> See the video below << Magic of the Digital Paint Brush (30 spots left) Creating Video with DSLR cameras (9 spots left)  The rest are already sold out. For more details, click right…

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