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    My buddies (and co-workers) +RC Concepcion and +pete collins are doing another FREE live webinar today on the just-released "Photoshop Touch" for the iPad 2, and you're invited! (Today they're going more in-depth than they did in the introduction to the Touch yesterday). When: 12:00 Noon ET Today Where:  http://kelbytv.com/onair/ This app is already getting LOTS of buzz --- come see why it rocks!

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    OK, I know you're probably hoping this is a custom version of Photoshop designed for the iPad, and if you are, well guess what? That's exactly what it is! (and I have to say, it's pretty darn slick)! Although they certainly didn't build this just for me, it actually has most of the things I was asking for when I wrote a post about what we want in an iPad version of Photoshop (which basically I wanted a stripped down version of the full Photoshop, but it needed to include some some key tools and features [but it had to have stuff like layers, and some key filters], and while I hoped it would have Photoshop's same interface, I have to say that the interface is actually very Photoshop-like (without looking just like Photoshop). It even has Free Transform! Oh, but there's more... Check…

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      NOTE: Whatever you do, stop right now and get the FREE UPDATE from the App store. This is an important bug fix so download it right away. Now, onto our story: After taking what seemed to be 5 lifetimes to approve issue #2, issue #3 is already here and ready for downloading! (Whoo Hoo). It's an awesome issue, which includes a very cool article from Jason Groupp on "Lighting for Weddings," plus Frank Doorhof's "Studio Techniques," My "Photo Recipes" column, Tom Bol on "Location Lighting," Erik Valind with "Little Lights, Big Shadows" and our feature story is "Visualizing Lighting for a Composite Image" is from James Quantz, Jr. Don't wait----go download that puppy now! P.S. Did I mention that you need to download the free update from the App store?  :)  

    After being rejected 5-times in a row by the App Store, it's finally here----issue number 2 of Light It Magazine, our how-to magazine on studio and hot shoe lighting (For the iPad. Only $2.99). Even bigger news! Since it came out so incredibly late, we have already submitted issues #3 and #4 to the App Store for approval, and the minute they are approved by Apple (which they should be within 5-days unless something goes horribly off track, which as we have learned can absolutely happen), we're releasing them. That way, we'll have released four entire issues of Light It by the end of the year. Thanks to everybody who hung in their patiently (and even not patiently). After such a fantastic launch, and have three issues already in the bag at launch, the delays were really tough on us, but we made it…

    This has been one of the most frustrating things for us ever. We launch "Light It," this kick-butt new magazine. We get over-the-top incredible feedback from it, and people can't wait to get issue #2, which is really exciting for us. Issue #2 was already complete when we launched issue #1, so we wanted to launch it pretty soon after the first issue. However, there was something we didn't count on.... ...Apple's App Store has turned down our App FOUR TIMES IN A ROW now. When they turn down your App, they send you an email why, then you have to go try and fix the problems (ours were related to IOS 5.0, and then our in-app purchasing, and then a memory issue, and then a testing issue, and so on). Then you have to (wait for it....wait for it....) resubmit the App all…

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