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  • Category Archives Lightroom

    Hi Everybody: I'm back in the saddle after a wild week out West last week (I missed my "Embarrassing Photo Thursday" so here ya go: It's from the mid-80s during my short stint with the band "Sneek." (photo by NAPP member Jay Handler. Who'd a thunkit?). I think we played just one or two gigs before we broke up (dig my Eddie Van Halen knock-off red and white taped guitar). Now, onto the update, report, and stuffage that's been stacking up: Down in Downtown The day before the shoot, I got to do an impromptu photo walk in Downtown Denver with Jason from the Canonblogger.com (really great guy---we had a lot of fun, laughed a lot, and had a great dinner with the seminar team). I think I even got a few decent shots, but I'll never know, because the next morning I accidentally…

    Hello there.  Me again.  Scott has been in Portland since yesterday morning and spent the day shooting with Laurie Excell.  Today is the next stop on his Lightroom Tour (fingers crossed that this one will run smoothly), and he gave away a free ticket to the seminar to a lucky follower on Twitter last night. For those wondering about Scott's computer, it was a hard drive failure (as he always says, it's not if your drive fails, it's when!).  And, yes, he did have everything backed up with Apple's Time Machine.  I'm sure he'll give you the full run-down when he gets back next week. One of the things on said hard drive was an embarrassing photo, which was supposed to be for yesterday's blog.  You'll will get to see that next week :) For those keeping up with Photo Walk news, I'm posting…

    Wait, two guest blogs in a row?  Well, not exactly. Scott asked me to write something on his behalf to let you guys know that he can't post a blog for today.  Why, you ask?  Because his laptop died last night.  A horrible, grueling, painful death...  But it will be fixed by the time he does his Portland Lightroom 2 Live Seminar, so that is still on as scheduled.  (Did I just hear a huge sigh of relief coming from the West Coast?) So, let's see... How about a couple of updates... The Worldwide Photo Walk Blog (hosted by yours truly) is now up and running!  I'll be doing my best to keep you all up to date on what locations are full, nearing capacity, and just opening, along with any other Photo Walk related news.  So, swing by, scroll to the bottom, and…

    Just a reminder; I'll be in Denver, Colorado on Wednesday with my "Lightroom 2 Live!" tour, then I'll be in Portland, Oregon (for my first time ever), on Friday with the tour, so I hope I'll see you in one of those cities for a day that will change the way you sort, edit, show, and print your work. Here's the link with all the details. If you're coming and you read the blog, make sure you come up and say "hi." (I met all kinds of great readers when I was in DC----I love it!).

    Lightroom has become such a big part of the professional photographer's workflow these days, that this year at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo (held in Boston, March 25-27, 2009 at the Hynes Convention Center) we have added so many more Lightroom sessions that it's become its own "Conference within a Conference." There are now so many Lightroom classes that you can actually come to Photoshop World and totally immerse yourself in Lightroom learning as we now have a full track of Lightroom training every single day! (So, you could actually go to Photoshop World and never take a Photoshop class. Eerie. I know). We're calling it "The Lightroom Conference at Photoshop World" and check out this all-star line up of the world's leading Lightroom instructors: Katrin Eismann Scott Kelby (hey, that's me!) Julieanne Kost Matt Kloskowski Jack Davis Martin Evening Kevin Ames Andrew…

    Wow---what a great day yesterday in LA! The crowd was absolutely awesome, and we just had such a blast!!! (photos above by Matt Kloskowski) Tom Hogarty, Adobe's Lightroom Product Manager, flew in for the day to help field questions from the nearly 700 photographers on hand, along with my buddy Matt Kloskowski, and between the three of us, we were swamped all day. Also on hand was our recent guest blogger, concert photographer Alan Hess, who posted some very cool shots from the day (including a slick pano of the meeting hall) over at his blog (here's the link). Matt is picking up the tour next year with his first tour stop being Covington, Kentucky on January 23rd. If you want to sign up, here's the link for all the details. Thanks to everyone in LA for being so much fun. I really got…

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