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    I had just gotten back from the CS6 launch in San Francisco, and just hours later I was on already on a plane headed to London, and my internal clock is so messed up, I'm not sure which day it is. I had hopde to post a Q&A on the Creative Cloud launch today, but I got so far behind on everything that it just got away from me. Please drop back here on Monday, as my plan is to post it then. Sorry for the delay. Nothing like high tea with two proper English gentleman. Sadly, all I could find were these two blokes. ;-) What a great way to start my London trip; Met up yesterday with two of my good buddies, Dave Clayton and Glyn Dewis, see above. (by the way --- Glyn is joining me on-stage Saturday in the afternoon to do a guest…

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    Two weeks ago, on the "The Grid" we talked about Social Media for photographers, and we talked about Twitter, and Google+, and the new kid on the block (which is now reportedly the third largest social media site), Pinterest. I asked my wife Kalebra to join us on the show, (she's hooked on Google+ and has a really dedicated, fun, fully engaged group over there -- link), and she loves Pinterest as well, so we talked quite a bit about both (I mostly griped about Twitter and their 140 character limit. Don't get me started). Anyway, last night she did a cute post about Pinterest over on Google+, and one of the people who follow her there wrote this comment: "I'm reluctant to sign up for yet another social venue given my trouble keeping up with the four accounts I now have (fb, twit,…

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    A few months back, my buddy (and recent Guest Blog hero) Glyn Dewis invited me to do an interview for his blog, and I was tickled that Glyn took a big departure from most of the standard interview questions, and I think the interview I did with him is perhaps the most in-depth one I've ever done. It's fun answering questions that aren't the same "What's your favorite plug-in" and "What's your favorite Lens" type of questions and he delved into everything from my parents to how we started our business, to the secret of our success (and I think it is one particular thing, which I talk about in the interview) and everything in-between. If you've got a few minutes, you can read it right here (or just look at the pictures). :) My thanks to Glyn for the honor of being interviewed…

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    (Above: You might be wondering "Scott, why the static no-action shot?" That's because I've found that when the players aren't moving, it's somewhat easier to get a shot in focus, and that "in-focus" thing was eluding me most of the night, so I posted this shot to prove to myself I can shoot a sharp still life. Maybe next time pears in a bowl). I shot another NHL hockey game last night (the Tampa Bay Lightning vs. the San Jose Sharks), and while I certainly did some things better, I didn't do enough of them to actually share the actual shots. My painful dance of learning to shoot through a very small hole in the ice continues. My angle this time was actually worse than in the other game, and I could only shoot the goal directly in front of me, and about 3/4 of…

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    Howdy folks. Sorry for the late post, but I took today off to spend with my sweetie (we actually snuck away last night and headed to our favorite getaway place, and now we're spending the day shopping and just hanging out, which I understand may include a stop at a guitar store). :)  By the way: the photo above, taken at Vegas Photoshop World, is by my buddy Mike "Hollywood" Kubeisy" Today we're celebrating our 25th Valentine's Day together (and this year we'll be married 23 years!). As all my friends are quick to remind me --- I am the luckiest guy in the world (Hey, at least I know it). :) Make sure you check back tomorrow for Guest Blog Wednesday, and here's wishing you a Valentine's Day to remember! :)

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    Hi everybody—-it’s time (well, it's a bit overdue) for my 3rd annual “Best of 2011 Awards” (Well, it’s not actually my 3rd best of 2011; it’s my 3rd “Best of” awards but you know what I mean). It’s important to note once again that I didn’t say “Best photography gear” or “Best Photoshop stuff” (though both of those are represented). Instead, this is just my favorite “bestest” stuff from 2011, (including things like songs, movies, travel stuff, food, etc.) presented in no particular order. Hope it starts off your New Year right! (By the way; make sure you read my disclaimers at the end of the list). Here we go: ————– > My Best Switcharoo of 2011: Switching from Sirius Satellite Radio to XM Even though they're owned by the same company, Sirius XM, the station selection on XM is much better, and it has…

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