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  • Monthly Archives August 2011

    Hey gang, Brad here with a special this-weekend-only deal! Many of you may not have heard of this company.  They are based in Canada, and although they’ve been licensing their clever automatic correction technology to companies worldwide for 10 years, they’ve only recently launched Plug-ins for your use.  It’s cool stuff, and we worked out a great deal to save you money! Traditional auto corrections are not robust enough to be trusted with your precious memories.  And who has time to manually correct every photo?  There are better ways to spend your time.  But your photos are special and you want them to look their best.  Which is tough since there are limitations in digital cameras which cause distortions in your photos - too dark, lacking in color vibrancy and depth, poor skin tones, unsharp, tint, red-eye, noisy, etc. Your Solution - Perfectly Clear…

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    First a big thanks to everybody who downloaded our new magazine, "Light it" yesterday. Launching a magazine in this day and age is tricky business, but the initial response was even better than we had hoped, and we're very grateful to our readers, writers, and the industry for their support and enthusiasm for this launch. It was really an exciting day for us. Of course, with something new like this it has generated a lot of emotion (ahem) and questions surrounding the launch, so I thought I’d addresses a few of them here today in a quick Q&A. Here goes: Q. I know the premiere issue is free, but how much are subsequent issues? A. They're just $2.99 per issue. Cheap. Q. How can you sell it so cheap? A. We followed the model of more established magazines in that we clearly have no…

    > Light It magazine (link) > Matt's Compositing Secrets Free Live Web Cast, Aug 30th (link) > NAPP member store (link) > Photoshop World Conference & Expo, Las Vegas (link) > Cliff Mautner's new online class: "One Light Wedding Photography" (link) > Frank Doorhof's  "Why fake it when you can create it" workshop in Boston, MA  (link) > My seminar tour in September, in Denver (link) or Portland (link) or Los Angeles (link). Note: The Q&A mentioned in the video is going up tomorrow. Thanks!

    Although Wednesday is normally reserved for Guest Bloggers, tomorrow is something entirely different. Tomorrow is “Big Launch Wednesday” and if you come back here then, I’ll have a short video that explains it all. By the way: It’s not another DVD or an online course or a seminar. It’s bigger than that. It's the launch of something totally new, and I think it’s something you’re really going to enjoy, so I hope you’ll check back then for the first-ever “New Launch Wednesday.” Note: There are a handful of people who may have heard something about tomorrow’s launch. If you’re one of those, or if you have a pretty good idea about what it is (like some folks at my Adobe Store presentation), let’s keep it between us until tomorrow, OK? (Shhhhhhh). Many thanks and see you back here then.

    It's up! Last Thursday we did a special bonus episode of "The Grid" called, and on in-studio guest was none other than Adobe's Senior Product Manager for Photoshop, Bryan O'Neil Hughes. Anyway, it now online and you can hear the sizzle as we lightly skew one of our favorite people (imagine what would have happened if we didn't like him). ;-) Anyway, it was a wild show, and we totally didn't pull any punches. Unfortunately, Bryan didn't crumble under the pressure, and was a pure, cool, calm pro throughout the whole thing, which was very disappointing to say the least. ;-) Here's the link to watch this very special episode of Blossom (I mean), "The Grid."

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