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  • Monthly Archives August 2010

    OK, I know we're a long way from the next version of Lightroom, but since Lightroom 3 has now shipped, I'm sure Adobe is already thinking about what's going to be in the next version of Lightroom (which I imagine they'll call Lightroom 4, but hey---ya never know). Anyway, as much as I love Lightroom 3 (and I truly do), there are still some features I would dearly love to see make their way into Lightroom 4, and from taking my Lightroom 3 Live Tour on the road this year, I've heard from a lot of real world users about what's next on their Lightroom wish list, too. Carrying Your Message Forward I've always felt like the regular photographer's advocate when it comes to Lightroom. I know Adobe gets a lot of input from its high-end users, so when I pass these on (and…

    Hi Gang: Earlier this week I saw some comments that you're posting comments but they're not getting through. I don't moderate my comments----if you write them, they go live immediately, unless my blog's built-in Spam filter thinks it's spam. It will usually mark it as spam if you include more than one link in your comment, or if you use the word Viagra. ;-) Anyway, for some reason, it's been blocking all sorts of comments in the past week, so I went back through all the thousands of spam comments I get in a week (over 240 pages worth), and I found a bunch of comments that you guys posted but got marked as spam. First, I'm so sorry they were delayed, and we're checking on the problem, and how to fix it. Secondly, thanks to everyone who commented. There were lots of great…

    Hi Gang: Just a quick update from Los Angeles where I just spent an amazing day with entertainment photographer Jeremy Cowart shooting two live on-location classes for KelbyTraining.com I always feel like, if I take a class and I learn even one new thing, it was totally worth it. We were only about 30 minutes into Jeremy's first class and I had already learned half a dozen new things. I was blown away! By the time the class was over, my head was swimming with new ideas, and things I just had never thought of. I called my wife at the end the day and here's exactly what I told her: "I learned more about photography today than I have in the past year!" I'm not kidding. We filmed both classes in the same documentary style as our online class "A Day With Jay…

    Hi Gang: I usually don't post on Wednesday, but today we're rolling out something totally new for Photoshop World---something we've never been before, but we gotten so many requests for it, we wanted to make it available. It's a one-day only pass to Photoshop World Las Vegas. That way, if you can't attend the entire three day event, you can at least go for one day, take all the classes that day you want to take, check out the Expo floor, and do the whole experience, but without taking a week off of work. You can use your one-day pass on these dates: Wednesday (Sept. 1) and includes entrance to Opening Keynote from Adobe, expo floor, and you can attend party at House of Blues (party ticket required). Thursday (Sept. 2) and can attend the "Art of Digital Photography" evening presentation, and/or Midnight Madness…

    Change Is Always Coming Thirty-two years of professional photography and the best advice I can give to any photographer is: Change is always coming...be ready to alter course, reorganize, try something new. Adaptability and flexibility are crucial attitudes for navigating through abrupt challenges and difficult seasons both personally and professionally. I've found that being willing to adjust to unforeseen circumstances can lead to a new assignment, project, or even a new genre of photography I may not have discovered otherwise. Back in the early 90’s I was loving my job as a photojournalist for a newspaper’s Sunday magazine. I had been in the position almost ten years and assumed the ride would continue forever. It was a golden era for photojournalists. Then, one day the staff was called in and we could all hear the proverbial pin drop as we were informed that our…

    What a perfect day! I just got back last night, I'm still grinning about the wonderful day I had shooting the Cubbies. Even though I was in/out the same day (flying up from Tampa for the game), it was totally worth it. Wrigley Field is truly a Magical Place I had never been to Wrigley field before (one of the last classic iconic ballparks in America), and as much as I love Boston's Fenway Park, I think Wrigley truly takes the cake. It's everything from the hand-updated scoreboard, to the ivy in the outfield, to the way the park blends in, lives, and breathes with the surrounding neighborhood. I can't imagine a better place to take in a game. (Above: An 8-frame pano taken from the 2nd deck, right behind home plate---click on it for a larger view) Cubs Fans Rule! The Cubbies are…

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