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  • Monthly Archives May 2010

    “Every child is an artist. The problem is…how to remain an artist once he grows up.” --Pablo Picasso I am frequently asked what were the events that lead to me becoming a photographer. As is always the case, it began at the beginning. It started with my very first childhood portrait session. You see, I have a confession to make. I was the Gerber baby. Those five words are perhaps the hardest words in the world for me to write, let alone tell someone. Being the Gerber baby is an event that has flavored everything that’s ever happened to me in the past fifty years. A day does not go by that I’m not affected by it. For example, take creamed spinach. Whenever I go out to dinner and on the plate is a mound of cream and green… spinach, I have wholesomeness flashbacks.…

    Hi Gang. Here's what's up: Surprise: The P-7000 Still Has Its Fans OK, first I have to admit; I was a bit surprised to see that the Epson P-7000 has more fans (and with it more life) than I thought it did. I thought this would be a slam dunk for the iPad, since it's so much more than just a storage device, but the P-series still resonates with some photographers. Perhaps the thing that surprised me the most was that so many people pegged the increased storage size as a big advantage for the Epson. It's rare that I ever shoot 10GB in a single day, even when covering a sporting event, so a 64GB iPad would cover me for literally days before I had to back-up to my laptop, so that caught me off guard. Thanks to everyone who shared their comments…

    ....that's right, it's the man who came up with the whole idea of "Guest Blog Wednesday" and who in fact wrote the very first guest blog for me ever, Mr. Vincent Versace. For over a 50th of a century here at The Photoshop Insider, it's been a tradition to have "Vinny" do the anniversary guest blog. Tomorrow's anniversary post marks his third, and it's not only an honor to have him here, but I also owe him a debt of gratitude for coming up with something that has grown far beyond what I had hoped for, and helped and touched so many people along the way. I invite you to join Vincent here tomorrow. His posts are always insightful, entertaining, and inspiring, and you don't want to miss it.

    I love my Epson P-7000 Multimedia viewer. I had a P-5000 before it, and P-3000 before that, and it's been my go-to in-field photo back-up device for years now. It travels with me for every location shoot. But now so does my Apple iPad, and it now Apple has a camera connection kit for it, so you can see where this is going. The P-7000 is $799 and has 160GB of storage. The iPad has 64GB of storage for $699 (+$29 for the camera connection kit). But of course, this story is about much more than storage space. So, what do you guys see as the fate of the P-7000? Does it even have a future? Or does it have a future at a much lower price (like $299)? I'm interested to hear what you guys think. (By the way---neither support Flash, so let's…

    OK, it went up a little late (mostly because of me), but episode 2 (from season 3) is up live. Here's what's in this free episode: - Matt goes on location for tips on getting creative lens flare by shooting into the sun (He did a really great job with this----the capture above is from his segment). - Larry Becker is back with a solution for a cheap DIY crossbar for backgrounds in his latest installment of Cheap Shots (Note: I found this one particularly clever). - In the 2nd part of my three-part series for beginners, I show you when and how to use exposure compensation on Nikon and Canon cameras - Top wedding photographer David Ziser drops by to talk about Highlight Tone Priority and Active-D Lighting to get extra exposure latitude for tough situations. - Matt shows off the Booq Python…

    My buddy and Photoshop User TV co-host Dave Cross just launched a great-looking new blog, and it's got a slightly different address than the old site---it's now at dcross.com. When Dave announced on his old Blogspot.com site that he had redesigned his blog from scratch using Wordpress (same thing we use here), he gave RC Concepcion a shout-out, because he learned how to do it by taking RCs online "Wordpress for Photographers" online class at Kelby Training Online. How sweet is that! Anyway, make sure you check out Dave's new digs. I love the layout, the look....the whole thing. Well done Dave!

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