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    Hi Gang: It's 1:46 am and after flying in from Atlanta tonight I just got through my first-look at the images from Sunday, and well....I'm just too darn tired to do a blog post now, so I'm calling in "lame." However, to distract you from my lameness, please enjoy this shot of our "she's so fluffy I could die" bundle of all bark and no bite (and reliable provider of unsolicited lick-baths), it's "Maggie the Wonderdog." (Who's a good girl? Maggie's a good girl!).  My plan is to actually post some of the shots (at least the remote images with some production shots), later this morning, but that is a very "loose" plan and is subject to change based on a myriad of things ranging from me sleeping too late to Maggie the Wonder-dog needing to be taken to the groomer (hey, it could happen),…

    We're going to wrap things up this in this "Best of the blog in 2012" with some of the best and most popular episodes of live, free weekly talk show on photography, "The Grid" (hosted by Matt Kloskowski & me, and some very special in-studio guests): Here they are (in no particular order): http://youtu.be/yrWv86BuUSw 1. A woman’s Perspective on Street Photography (above) This was an incredibly eye-opening episode as we had three female guests tell us how they feel and react when they wind up being the subject of a street photographer. http://youtu.be/PYltqSEJMyU 2. Blind Critiques of Portraits with in-studio guest Joe McNally (above) The most insightful critiques of portraits I've ever seen. Period. He was brilliant, and if you take portraits you will learn, laugh, and look at things very differently after this episode. This is Joe at his very best. http://youtu.be/LVCD3TfL7xA 3.…

    Milestones for 2012 Besides the most popular and most commented-upon posts (which I posted here in Part 1 on Friday), we were pretty busy here on blog during 2012. Here's some highlights of what we shared: 1. A fresh new look for the blog (and my new logo) We started the year with a new blog look and a new logo (by our own Felix Nelson) which incorporates my book authoring and photography into one design (See top left). link 2. "Connecting with Cuba" my free online talk After my trip to Havana, Cuba, I posted the images here on blog and I had so many questions that I decided to do a free Webinar about the trip, the people, the country, the post processing and the photography. You can watch it right here. 3. You spoke. Adobe listened After my Open Letter to…

    I thought I’d kick off the new year with a quick look back at the most popular, and most commented-on posts of 2012 here on my blog, and some of the fun stuff we shared during the past year. By the way: If you're wondering how many posts we put up in the course of a year, in 2012 it was 355 posts! (Whew). Also, in case you were wondering: I actually do write all my own posts with the exception of "Guest Blog Wednesday" and "Free Stuff Thursday" which are handled for me by my photo assistant Brad Moore, to which I am boundlessly grateful for and for which I will be forever in his debt. Wrangling those two is a lot more work than it looks by a long shot (many thanks Braddo). :) The Top 10 Most Commented-on Posts of 2012…

    It’s a national holiday here in the US (the banks are closed, government offices, and so on), and our offices are closed today as well, as we celebrate the beginning of a New Year. My humble thanks to everyone who visited me here on the blog this year; to all my wonderful guest bloggers who shared their wisdom and images; to all the folks who offered my readers special deals and free-stuff on "Free Stuff Thursdays" and to everybody who said a nice word, had my back, made me smile, and made writing this blog so much fun this past year. Also, a big thanks to my assistant Brad Moore who helped so much once again this year in making sure every Wednesday and Thursday went off without a hitch. Thanks Brad (you rock!). I read every single comment posted here during the year…

    I just got some copies of my new iPhone 5 book which is co-authored with my buddy Terry White (I take half the chapters and Terry takes the other half, which I affectionally call "the hard chapters." LOL!). Anyway, the whole book is just like my book series "The Digital Photography Book" --- the same look, feel, layout, the whole one "one topic per page thing" and so if you like learning from that book you'll feel right at home with our iPhone 5 book. It's hitting stores any day now but you can win it  today as I'm giving away five copies --- just leave a comment here and you're entered to win. If you don't win, you can still get your copy from Barnes&Noble.com or Amazon.com (it's only around $16 bucks and there's a Nook and Kindle version of both) and be the first to…

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