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  • Monthly Archives June 2010

    Joe McNally's Work Featured in National Geographic Joe's been covering assignments for National Geographic magazine for many years now, and in the July 2010 issue he's got some amazing photos in their feature story on the 21st Century Electrical Power Grid. There's a harrowing shot of Joe climbing out onto an electrical tower, from the skid of a helicopter (photo by Drew Gurian), and when you actually see what Joe goes through to "get the shot," you realize what it takes to be a National Geographic photographer, and Joe has it in spades. You can see some of the images from the spread online, right here. Congrats Joe. Ya done good, kid. ;-) Tom Bol Baby, Yeah! Killer Guest Blog yesterday from Tom Bol. One of my readers, Jeremy Proffitt wrote this comment yesterday about Tom's post. "I think you said it best when…

    It’s an honor to be included as a guest blogger for Scott Kelby!  Since there is no higher blogging status, I thought long and hard about what to include here.  I decided on some background, some humor and hopefully some inspiration. I’m an editorial and commercial photographer based in Colorado.  My photo career began as a journalism major in school, but took a turn towards the wild side...literally.  My passion was and still is adventure sports.  After school I set off to travel the globe climbing mountains and kayaking rivers, spending years guiding in the backcountry.  I traveled with camera in hand, documenting expeditions and attempting to capture the mood, atmosphere and drama that was taking place around me.  My guiding skills put me in spectacular locations for shooting, my photography skills progressed to help me capture the moment. But some moments I couldn’t…

    Here's a quick update on what's going on with me and the crew here: Killer Deal on Hotel Rooms for Photoshop World Vegas The Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, right on the Vegas strip, has been the home for Photoshop World since we first brought the convention to Las Vegas years ago (and it's connected directly to the convention center), but this year we were able to negotiate our best deal on hotel rooms, so you can stay right on property (at the same place, me and all the instructors and NAPP staff will be staying) for only $129 a night. Plus, this year they're throwing in the "Resort Package" free (reg. $60), which includes everything from free in-room wireless Internet to free bottled water, and a whole bunch more. Here's the link to snag your rooms now at this special rate, cause once…

    Just a quick word of thanks to everybody who came out and spent the evening with Matt, Corey, Dave, RC, and I for NAPP and Adobe's free "Photoshop CS5 Summit" this past Friday in Manhattan. By Friday morning we had over 2,100 people registered for the event, and it was great to see so many familiar faces in the crowd. Our thanks to everyone who endured the long queue outside the theater, and the horrendous audio issues in the back of the room. (Believe me, we know. So does the very expensive company that we hired to do the audio and video, who'll be hearing from us again today). Here are a few scenes from the event (photos by Brad Moore): Above: We worked in teams of two during the night, with each of doing start-to-finish products and working CS5 into our existing workflow.…

    Gang---this deal is off the hook! The crew from Artistic Photo Canvas gave my readers a "This Weekend Only" deal about 7 months ago, and loads of people took them up on the offer, and this time, they're giving you guys an even better deal. Before we get to the deal, I just gotta tell you----the quality of their canvas prints is outstanding, and I don't think there's anyone in the building here that has done canvas prints with APC (that's Dave Cross above posing with one of his canvas prints----photo from my new iPhone 4) who doesn't love them. Super highly recommended! Now, onto the deal: - 20% OFF your entire order - PLUS Free Shipping - PLUS a $15 APC e-Gift Certificate applicable toward any future purchase Also, you choose from their entire product line which includes: - All 120 standard size…

    Our buddy Rob Jones (of Towner Jones Photography), has come up with the "Killer Deal" of the year, for anyone participating in the World Wide PhotoWalk (or not). You guys know we have official Photo Walk t-Shirts (Rob's idea), and 100% of the profits from the sale of these shirts goes to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya, but Rob's deal takes this up a BIG notch. For this weekend only (through the 27th at midnight EDT), Towner Jones Photography will contribute an additional $10 per item to the Springs of Hope Orphanage. Whether you're walking or not, this is a AWESOME way to support the Orphange, and the walk, and you'll look totally cool in the shirts. Here's the link. Order yours right now, while you're thinking about it. :-) My humble thanks to Rob for his incredibly big heart, and all…

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