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    Good Friday morning everyone!  Brad here, filling in for Scott today. As I was driving into work, I got a call from Scott telling me how much he was looking forward to his Lightroom seminar in Livonia today, and how smoothly everything was running.  While we were talking, I asked, "By the way, was today's no blog Friday intentional?" "Oh no! I forgot!!  Can you put up a post letting everyone know what happened?  I just got so wrapped up in prepping for today's seminar that it slipped my mind!" So there you have it... The thrilling story of how today became "No. Blog. FRIDAY." Speaking of Lightroom, Rob Sylvan (who happens to be one of our Photoshop World moderators) has a great post up over on the Photo Focus blog called "10 Things I Wish I Could Tell Every New Lightroom User."  Swing…

    I'm not talking about "metallic prints" (which are prints made on Kodak metallic-finish paper) I'm talking about images actually printed on metal (well, Aluminum to be exact). I got two different kinds in the past two weeks, from two different sources, so I'm going to cover them both here. First, the print I'm holding above, which is from Image Wizards, and it's one of their "AluminArte" images (which they call, "High Definition Images on Aluminum"). On their site (link) they make a pretty bold statement: "Remember the first time you saw HDTV? Our AluminArte samples will show you a level of imaging never seen before." I have to admit---it's actually right on the money. My buddy Matt Kloskowski had the first AluminArte print I'd ever seen (it was of his amazing landscape shot of a barn in Washington State's Polouse region), and when it…

    So, a couple of months ago, I was shooting an event and one of the other photographers there told me about a local Photoshop expert (whom I know) who was mad at me because he sent me a friend request on Facebook, and I didn't friend him, so he felt snubbed. Just what I needed----another reason for people to be mad at me. ;-) I let her know that it wasn't intentional (I honestly never saw his friend request---you'll see why in a moment), and I told her that I don't really stay up with my Facebook page at all. In fact, I don't think I've posted there in months----if I do anything, it's just to comment on something one of my friends have posted (with all the stuff I do online, I like to keep my Facebook page for just my family and…

    When I go on the road for seminars or photo shoots, I generally try to stay at Hilton Garden Inns (which is a less expensive boutique hotel chain run by Hilton). They're all pretty new, so the hotels are nice and clean (that's very important to me), and you get free breakfast, and free wireless, and they have a little 24-hour store where you can get toiletries, and snacks and stuff, and for the money, they're really hard to beat. At least I thought that until I stayed at a Hyatt Place the night before my Orlando Photoshop Down & Dirty seminar. That's where I want to stay from now on. Like the Hilton Garden Inn, the Hyatt Place is Hyatt's lower priced boutique chain, but where the Garden Inn is kind of simple and homey, the Hyatt Place has a much more creative…

    I asked my buddy RC Concepcion (photographer and Web guru guy), to do a short video tutorial on how to create a photo Gravatar, so when you post a comment here on my blog, instead of showing the default silhouette of a body, it would automatically display your photo instead. The reason I thought this might be helpful is because I wanted to add my photo to my comments, but I couldn't find a way to do it. So I had to ask one of the guys in my Web dept. how to do it, and then eventually I just had him do it for me because I'm lame. So I figured some other folks might wonder how to do this too, and RC's tutorial (above) makes the process really easy. Thanks RC for making that for us, and I encourage everybody who posts…

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