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    Today is Labor Day in the United States, and our offices are closed, so we're taking today off here at the blog but I'll be back tomorrow with some after-show coverage from Photoshop World. By the way: I looked up Labor Day in WikiPedia, and here are a few interesting tidbits about this American Holiday: Traditionally, Labor Day is celebrated by most Americans as the symbolic end of the summer. The holiday is often regarded as a day of rest and parties. The first Labor Day in the United States was celebrated on September 5, 1882 in New York City. In U.S. sports, Labor Day marks the beginning of the NFL and college football seasons. (NOTE: It was the start of my football shooting season, as I shot the LSU Tigers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels game Saturday night from the sidelines, at the…

    For years I had been writing my blog using Blogspot.com, and then in April of 2007 I switched to a WordPress powered blog (which I love), but the old blog is still posted online, with all the original posts going back to June 2005 (when I first started blogging) still in tact. I stumbled on it a week or so ago, and it's fun seeing some of the things that were going on, and topics we were discussing back then. If you've got a spare minute, you can check it out right here.

    .....and I have nothing to show for it. Well, there was this one photo that somehow wound up on my camera: Yup, that's what happens when you (a) let Joe McNally come on vacation with you, and (b) one night you leave your camera on the dining room table. I should have known better. There were 15 of us (my entire family, my brother in law and his family, my brother Jeff, my friends Jim Workman, Jean Kenda, and their son Kevin, and Joe McNally and his wife Annie). We were all there simply on vacation, and during the trip we'd be celebrating my 50th birthday. Despite the fact that I have absolutely nothing to show photographically from my entire trip, I had a ball from beginning to end. First, I didn't work a lick the entire time. My photo assistant Brad Moore covered…

    My buddy, portrait photographer, and Web guru, and HDR Expert RC Concepcion is tonight's special guest on Peachpit's "Photo Club" and everybody's invited (it's free), and tonight he'll be talking about photography, Photoshop, and all sorts of cool RC stuff. Here's how Peachpit describes it: Join Peachpit and Layers TV host RC Concepcion for the next Peachpit Photo Club webcast on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 from 8 to 9 p.m. ET (5 to 6 p.m. PT). RC will cover everything essential about getting yourself and your work on the Web—what to do, what not to do, useful techniques, how to present your work, and more. Plus, he'll jump into the software side a bit and show you some simple in and out techniques for working with your images, hosting your images, and getting up to speed quickly—just like he does in his popular podcasts.…

    We just got even more prizes to give away next Friday in New York City at the free Photoshop CS5 Summit. That's right----now we have a bunch of $250 Gift Cards to the most amazing camera store in the world----B&H Photo! This all takes place next Friday, and if you want to be there (it's free), make sure you snag your seat right now. Here are all the details. Hope to see you there!! 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 Ballroom, at the Manhattan Center, New York City Cost: Free, free, free!!!! Why: ‘To celebrate the launch of Photoshop CS5! (Adobe will be there, too!) Reserve your Free Ticket: Go right here. To Learn more: Just watch this quick…

    Hi Gang: Between my original post on HDR, and the follow-up post on Tuesday, I had over 304 comments from readers, but two really stood out to me. The first is from my follow-up post, and is in response to a number of people who wrote that they felt that over-the-top HDR images were no longer actually photographs, but had been so radically transformed that they were now illustrations, art, or a painting----but certainly no longer a photograph. I thought this reader made a brilliant analogy (the best I've heard on the topic), and I wanted to share it with you in case you missed it. For brevity, I'm going to paraphrase a little, but here's what he said: "Turning a Tree into a Chair… The Tree is there. Someone comes along with his/her tools: Axe, knife, etc.. He whittles a chair out of…

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