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  • Posts By Scott Kelby

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    Chicago-based photographer David Cuerdon, who designed the cover art for the June 2007 issue of Photoshop User magazine last year, has already won numerous awards for his cover design, but now Lisa Gumz (a professional makeup artist who did the make-up for the shoot, and is also David's wife) has now won an award for the same cover, as she took the "Best of Category" award in "The Create Awards" Photography Support (make-up) category. Our congratulations to Lisa and David for combining their talents to come up with such a striking cover. Way to go, you two! :-)

    If you're going to PPA's Imaging USA (which kicks off Sunday in Tampa, Florida), I'm going to be teaching a retouching session in the Kelby Training Booth on the show floor on both Monday and Tuesday. Then, Tuesday afternoon, "The Photoshop Guys" (Matt Kloskowski, Dave Cross, and I) are taping a special episode of Photoshop User TV from the booth, and both RC and Corey Barker (our NAPP cohorts), will also be doing live sessions in the booth, so if you're at the show, I'll hope you'll stop by and check it out. Here's the Kelby Training Booth Schedule: SUNDAY 12:00 pm: Automating Photoshop for Photographers (with Matt Kloskowski) 1:00 pm: Creating Flash Galleries in a flash (with RC Concepcion) 2:00 pm: Photoshop for Wedding Photographers (with Matt Kloskowski) 3:00 pm: Photoshop & Dreamweaver Integration (with RC Concepcion) 4:00 pm: Photoshop CS3 Channels (with…

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