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    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 and your…

    Below is an audio clip of “The Christmas Song,” made by my wife on her iPhone using her iPhone’s built-in Recorder App (which is normally used for making voice memos), but how it came to be is what makes it special (and it’s why I asked my wife if I could run this on my blog. That’s her above earlier this year taken during the Photoshop World Concert Pre-Conference Workshop --- photo by William Beem),). Here’s the story behind it, which I copied and pasted  from an email my wife sent to one of her friends. Here it is in her own words: Our daughter was 3-1/2 year old at the time and she used to constantly play with the voice recorder App on my iPhone. I was in my bathroom blow drying my hair (singing/humming that song) when she came in playing around with that…

    Above: It's my original film SLR kit, including three filters and a cable release (yes kids, that steel cable is what we used to capture photos of dinosaurs, and those two small circles with gray caps were what film rolls came in).  Each year we throw a Christmas Party at our house for our family and friends, and this past Saturday was this year's get-together and one of my dear friends from my childhood days, John Couch, was able to come this year with his lovely wife Diane and his kids Will and Katie (they live hours away so we don't get to see each other very often). It was really a treat to see John and his family (I was his Best Man at his wedding, and now not only does he have kids, they're pretty much all grown, and just wow ---…

    http://youtu.be/2VkAu_THbbk This week we had New York-based fashion photographer Lindsay Adler as our in-studio guest on our free weekly photography talk show "The Grid", and I gotta tell you -- she gave some of the most clear, concise, helpful, and just downright "on-the-money" advice for fashion photographesr I've ever heard. People are absolutely raving about this episode and if you've got a few minutes, you'll be amazed at what you'll learn --- she totally rocked it! (you can watch the free rebroadcast above --- just click the Play button). Also, I start the show with the story of my "Canadian Border Fiasco," (and it's some story), so I hope you get to check it all out. My 12-days-of-Christmas Giveaways Start Today For the past couple of years I've been doing giveaways over on my Facebook and G+ pages each day leading up to Christmas,…

    Today in the U.S. we celebrate Thanksgiving; a national holiday where we give thanks for the many blessings we enjoy (and I truly feel like the most blessed guy on earth). Traditionally this is a day  where families come together to eat a Thanksgiving turkey feast, and then we watch football until we pass out. It’s just about a perfect day.  Our offices are closed today for Thanksgiving, but I’ll be back here tomorrow with some insane deals on all our stuff in honor of the biggest shopping day of the year (known as Black Friday). In the meantime, please enjoy the stock image above (nothing brings the warmth, togetherness, and joy of Thanksgiving together like a woodcut stock image with customized type). In all seriousness, here’s wishing you and your family a joyous, happy, and yummy Thanksgiving.  All my best, -Scott

    Welcome to my “8th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide.” If you’ve been a faithful reader of this Gear Guide for the past seven years, this year’s name probably sounds familiar, and that’s because it is. It’s the original name for this Gear Guide, and I’m bringing it back with a vengeance (I’m not really sure how to make a Gear Guide vengeful but I’m working on it), with all of its original “Gonzoness” (yes, that’s a word, I’m pretty sure). This is replacing last year’s “Awesome Gear Guide” name (awesome is way overused—mostly by me), and now here you are, reading it right now. How “in the moment” is that, right? Okay, this year, I’m breaking things into three distinct categories: 1: Stocking Stuffers (You can also use these as actual holiday gifts if you’re not that crazy about the person.) 2: Great Value…

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