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  • Category Archives Books

    Before we get to the book news, a big thanks to Dano for just an excellent post yesterday, and really inspired a lot of us, informed, and let us enjoy some very cool photography. Thanks Dano! Now, onto the book news: I've finished writing the update to my book, "The Photoshop CS4 Book for Digital Photographers" and it's in the final stages of production now. My publisher is working to get it out in time for the holidays, so keep your fingers crossed, but we should see it next month. Besides updating it for all the new CS4 stuff (including Camera Raw, the CS4 Bridge, and all the other goodies), I also included an entirely new chapter on processing HDR (High Dynamic Range) photos, in which I included a small section on using Photomatix Pro. You can preorder the book now at Amazon.com or…

    [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/vM0Zfsi4ZX8" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] This has dink to do with Photoshop, but here's a quick video from Terry White and I about the major update to our award-winning book, "The iPhone Book," (due in bookstores any day now). If you've got an iPhone (or know someone who does), check it out. Here's a link to the book on Amazon.com and Barnes&Noble.com

    First, thanks so much to everyone who shared their opinions on the "Bolding of Keyboard Shortcuts" in my Lightroom 2 Book. Besides your comments on the bolding, I really thought there were some other great ideas there as well, so I wanted to comment on them here. Based on your comments, I'm moving forward with bolding all the keyboard shortcuts in the book I'm finishing up now, "The Photoshop CS4 Book for Digital Photographers." I talked this week with my publisher about the possibility of including a tear-out card with keyboard shortcuts. We'll have to see what the costs involved are (adding a second perforated card ain't cheap), but I like the idea a lot. I love the spiral bound idea (and I never realized you could just pop down to Staples or Office Depot, and they'd spiral-bind the book for around $4.00. That…

    We're just days away from the release of the 2nd edition of my award-winning "The iPhone Book" (co-authored with my close friend and total iPhone freak Terry White), and we wanted to do something really fun to celebrate the upcoming launch of the book, so here's what we came up with: An Apple "iPhone Photo Contest" for photos you take with your iPhone's built-in camera (which is a surprisingly good little camera. Just ask my wife, who has nearly 700 photos she's taken on her iPhone). Anyway, here's how it works: You can enter up to three photos (total) taken with your iPhone (doesn't matter if it's the original model, or the new 3G). There are five different categories; Friends, Pets, Family, Fine Art, and Office. The winner in each category gets a $100 iTunes Gift card and a copy of "The iPhone Book"…

    [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/3Qjc6zfekIo" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Here's a quick video clip I did for you guys with some background info on my new "Lightroom 2 Book for Digital Photographers." On the video (it's around around 2-1/2 minutes long), I talk about how I developed the book; the differences between this new version of the book, and the original version I wrote for Lightroom 1.0, and some of the new things I added to make the book more valuable to the reader. (However, I forgot to mention on the video another cool thing I added to the book---although I put Lightroom 2 tips throughout the book, at the end of each chapter I now added a special "Killer Tips" page with some very slick little tricks, timesavers, workarounds and shortcuts). Anyway, I hope you'll take two minutes and watch the video. NOTE: Good news; we…

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