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    I just learned about this week long workshop, taught by night photography expert, Gabe Biderman and Rocky Mountain School of Photography instructor and landscape photographer Tim Cooper, and once I read about what they're doing, I was dying to go!!!! You spend your days in the classroom with Gabe and Tim learning about the camera techniques and post processing for night photography (along with image reviews), and then at night you're on location in some amazing locales in an intense 6-day total immersion into night photography. What I really loved about this (beside the instructors) is the variety of nighttime shooting opportunities---from shooting Vegas at night to the surreal nightscapes of the Valley of Fire and Zion National Park. What they're teaching They're going to be teaching everything from mastering star trails to pro techniques for capturing celestial skies, and they're going to work ya hard but…

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    That's right, we're bringing my tour to Orlando, Florida in just 10-days from today (Friday, August 5th), and I really hope you can make it. It's just $99 for the full day (only $79 if you're a NAPP member), and it's 100% money back guaranteed if you're not absolutely thrilled with the day. Here's the link for more details or to sign up. Hope to shake your hand in person in Orlando. :)

    Hey gang, Brad here with lots of good stuff for you this week. Check this out... What: A 4-day event where a wide variety of photography professionals volunteer to teach, inspire and motivate students in the art of visual storytelling. Learn from Pulitzer Prize winning photographers, authors and career educators as they share their knowledge and passion for the love of photography. Who: Open to all military and government photographers. Where: Washington D.C. When: Thursday, March 17 through Sunday, March 20 ALSO... There will be a showing of the film An Unlikely Weapon about the life of Eddie Adams on Thursday, March 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the Navy Memorial, and ANY photographer in the DC area can attend for FREE. After the movie, the Shoot Off instructors will be doing portfolio reviews for anybody who wants one. You can find…

    Today we officially announce our biggest New York event ever---the Photoshop CS5 Summit (Produced by the Nat'l Assn. of Photoshop Professionals and sponsored by Adobe Systems). The full scoop (and how to snag your tickets) is in the short video below: Here's a recap: Who: Your instructors are "The Photoshop Guys," Me, Matt Kloskowski, RC Concepcion, Corey Barker, and Dave Cross When: One night only---Friday, June 25th, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm Where: The Hammerstein theater, at the Manhattan Center, New York City Cost: Free (if you watched the video above, which explains how to get a free ticket) Why: 'Cause Photoshop CS5 is brand spankin' new and we wanted to do something cool/fun/different in one of the coolest/funnest/differentest places in the world! More: Go right here.

    Hey folks. As you know, Scott is taking a break this week. But that doesn't mean we're not doing everything in our power to welcome him back next week with a full plate :) (sorry Scott). One of the things on his plate is a special (free) Photoshop CS5 Extended Live webinar that you're invited to join. Along with Scott (and some great Photoshop tips), there will be experts from Adobe, Dell, and NVIDIA there to answer any hardware and other related questions. It could get geeky and it could get techie, but if you've had questions about video cards, 64-bit power, and how to best configure your computer for Photoshop then this will be the place to get them answered. Since Photoshop CS5 has been released our live webinars have been a huge hit so don't miss this one next Wednesday, May 12…

    Well, the party's over, and I'm headed back home after a wonderful experience at Professional Imaging 2010 (photo above of me presenting by Jeff Revell). Yesterday, they really had my scheduled packed from morning 'till night non-stop, with another Keynote, my Photoshop & Lightroom Killer Tips class, my Photoshop Master Class, two interviews, and a press briefing on the 20th anniversary of Photoshop. I'm beat! Yesterday morning Jeff Revell and my brother Jeff came to the show for a while, and Jeff was pretty psyched to see they had some of his "Snapshots to Great Shots" camera how-to books for sale at the Pearson expo bookstore (that's Jeff posing with one of his books above---photo from my iPhone). (Above: A mix of the Dutch Translations of my books, along with some English language versions). Last night we headed into Utrecht, and had an amazing…

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