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    Before we get to the news; it was such an honor to have Bill Frakes as my guest blogger yesterday, and I just wanted to give him a big thanks for kicking off 2010 with a bang!!!! Thanks Bill---that rocked!!! Now, onto the news: The first great quote of 2010 It came from Seth Godin's blog (which is a must-read daily blog from one of my favorite business authors), and here's what Seth said that earned him my "First Great Quote of 2010" distinction: “When was the last time a bad guy was foiled because he couldn't use a good camera to take a picture of a tourist attraction?” Come on, you gotta love anybody that so "gets it" like Seth. Here's the link to Seth's blog. My Photo Recipes DVD/Book is Sold Out! Be careful what you wish for, right? I just announced…

    Photoshop Pranks! The new episode of Photoshop User TV (which goes live some time today), is our year-end episode, and rather than doing the usual stuff, we foolishly decided to instead share our all-time favorite Photoshop pranks (ya know---stuff you can do to co-workers and friends copies of Photoshop so it kind of drives them insane, slowly. Painfully. Hilariously). That part is actually pretty cool, but after that, Dave and Matt went on to reprise the dramatic conclusion of “As The Snowman Turns” which…well…you just have to watch it, but be forewarned----the acting is…well…you just have to watch it. Here’s the link to watch the new episode, but just for the record---I apologize in advance for the whole snowman/monkey art nuoveau film at the end, which some viewers may feel is a trite, pompous soliloquy weighed down by an obvious lack of imagination saddled…

    Signature Guitar Raffle Update First, thanks to everybody who graciously bought raffle tickets for the Schecter Diamond Series electric guitar, signed by all the Photoshop Guys at NAPP (shown above), which we're raffling off as our final fund-raiser for the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphange (here's the link to a short video with details). Just wanted to let you guys know, you can still buy raffle tickets up until January 3rd, 2010 at 12:00 midnight EST (we pick the winner on Monday the 4th).  Anyway, raffle tickets are just $25 each---buy as many as you like (and your odds are way better than Powerball lotto, where they're like one in 195,249,054) and  here even if you don't win the guitar, there's a guaranteed winner in Kenya under the age of 12, and that's an amazing consolation prize for all of us. Here's the link…

    Hi Gang: As we head into the weekend, here's what's up: McNally Scores Big! First, a big congrats to our buddy Joe McNally, whose book, "The Moment it Clicks" has been honored with a prestigious 2009 HOT ONE Award from Professional Photographer magazine (here's the link). Way to go, Big Joe!!!! A Big Thanks to Bart Babinski Bart was my guest blogger on Wednesday, and as Howard Schatz's assistant continued our series featuring the photo assistants of famous photographers. I don't know if you got to read Bart's post, but here's what one of my readers had to say, "Brilliant article. A perfect explanation of the passion for learning. Loved it." I agree. If you missed it, go back to Wednesday and check it out (plus, there's a couple of nudie naked photos of nakedness, which is always a plus). ;-) A Photographers Guide…

    Hi everybody. It's Monday, here's what's up! Lesson One: Don't Let McNally Hold Your Camera This past weekend, my wife and I flew up to New York City to spend a few days with Joe McNally and his wonderful wife Anne, and we just had an absolute blast!!!! They took us to Broadway shows; unbelievable restaurants; we went shopping everywhere, and it seemed like we were laughing or giggling for three straight days---it just rocked! But an odd thing happened along the way. At some point, I had to run into the hotel to grab a jacket and I asked Joe to hold my camera for a minute. It wasn't until the later that night, after shooting shots of Manhattan from across the Brooklyn Bridge, that I actually started looking through my shots, and that's when I ran across the images you see above---ones…

    Hi everybody. Lots of stuff's been piling up during the past week or so, so here we go: New Podcast from Rick Sammon I just learned that our buddy Rick Sammon has launched a new radio Podcast called "The Digital Photo Experience" which he co-hosts with Juan Pons. The first episode was just released on iTunes (the Podcast is free), and it's already playing to rave reviews (his average rating is five-stars), so if you've got a second, check it out (here's the link---you can listen right within iTunes, and subscribe for free so you don't miss another episode). Shuttle Shots from Scott Diussa Friend of the blog (and Photoshop World instructor) Scott Diussa, posted some very cool images from the recent Space Shuttle launch taken by remote. They're pretty sweet, so if you've got a minute, check them out right here on his…

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