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  • Monthly Archives October 2010

    I gotta tell ya---I wasn't there long, but I had a blast!!!! I flew out Wednesday night, got there Thursday at 8:08 am (slept a bit on the plane), and by the time I got to my hotel and caught a quick 45 minute nap, I grabbed my camera and headed out the door to meet Dave Clayton and Glyn Dewis (two faithful readers of my blog, and otherwise horrible people). (Above: That's Dave and I posing in front the famous Leaning Tower of Big Ben. Notice how un-touristy I look wearing a Chicago Bears jacket. Photo by Glyn Dewis). Dave and Glyn took me to an awesome place in Covent Garden called "Gourmet Burger Kitchen" for lunch. Yummy burger, and lots of laughs, and then we set out to find a Starbucks so I could charge my iPhone. (Above: That's Glyn and I…

    ....if anything at all offends you, because this video is packed with offensive...well...everything (from really, really bad curse words and Nazis, to Nazis yelling really bad curse words), but it's after midnight, and I'm sitting in my hotel room in London, practicing for my seminar tomorrow morning, and a buddy sent me the link to this video, and I was laughing so hard tears were streaming down my face. Now, it's very late. I've only slept a few hours after flying all night, so it may be much funnier to me tonight than it will be to you at 8:00 am in the morning, so before you hit that play button, know that this video is wrong on every level, so ask yourself if you're likely to be offended by really, really naughty words and Nazis before noon. If that sounds like you, (and…

    So I'm sitting in this burger restaurant in London, talking about Dave and Glyn's past visits to Photoshop World in the states, and of course what topic comes up? Vanelli. In describing Dave's personal encounters with Vanelli during the conference, Dave unwittingly came up with not only the most accurate and spot-on description of Vanelli during a Photoshop world, but he easily earned the honor of being my official quote of the month. Dave said, "Vanelli is like a bowling ball and all the attendees are bowling pins. He hits all the pins during the conference. No one escapes." It's brilliant (only because it's true). -- Blogging from my iPhone.

    Hey everyone, Brad here with the latest news: Kelby TV is running a free photo contest from now until October 31, sponsored by Dell and Intel! The winner will receive a brand new Dell Precision M6500 laptop (the same laptop used in Photoshop Wars at Photoshop World)! Visit KelbyTV.com/photocontest for all the details. (Voting is open to everyone, submissions open to U.S. residents) Tomorrow is the day, London! Hundreds of photographers have already signed up for Scott's Photoshop for Digital Photographers seminar in Islington tomorrow, but you can still show up and register at the door. If you can't make it to the seminar in London, Matt Kloskowski will be bringing the same seminar to the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle on November 18! You can get all the details and sign up right here. Remember Scott's report from Moab where he photographed the mountain biker…

    I shot my first wedding in October 2006.  Back then, I simply hoped for the best.  Hoped the wedding wasn't delayed, hoped the family members remained nearby for formal pictures, and hoped I received a timeline for the day in advance.  I'll never forget the terror of standing outside--in a garden--after my first wedding on a pitch-black night for the family formal pictures.  It was so dark I couldn't get my camera to focus.  I actually resorted to my assistant holding a flashlight just to provide enough light to get my camera to fire. I redefined awesome. After that experience, I realized how important it was for me to address a wedding day timeline in advance.  Namely, using my experience (you know, all ONE wedding I had tucked under my belt) to best prepare my clients for an optimal photography experience. This meant discussing…

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