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    Howdy folks: I had something different planned for today, but it didn't work out, so...how 'bout some news? Epson Releases New Stylus Pro 3880 Printer I know, you probably read about this last week on Dave Cross' blog, but just in case you missed it: "Hey, Epson released the 3880!" (shown above---photo courtesy of Epson). This replaces the Epson Stylus® Pro 3800 (which I loved so dearly), but this promises to be even better thanks to a new ink set with a wider color range (including "more dramatic blues and violets"), enhanced black and white printing, and new imaging technology that according to Epson "...provides smoother color transitions and better highlight and shadow detail." Sweet! Can't wait to get my hands on one and give you guys the low down, but in the meantime you can read the full release over at Dave's blog,…

    Hi everybody. It's Thursday---but before we get to the news, a big thanks to Scott Bourne for his kick-butt tutorial yesterday on bird photography. Nobody's ever covered that topic here, and I thought his 10 tips were terrific (though he did leave out one of my favorites bird shots of his;  a black & white shot he used in a recent post that I just loved. Here's the link to see for yourself). Now, here's what up: My Rock n' Roll Studio Shoot' Tutorial Now Online The image you see above (of professional model Orsolya Bergman), was shot after I wrapped up a photo shoot for Volume 3 of my Digital Photography Book. I created the 3-up rock shot as a tutorial for the NAPP member Website, where I show the entire process, from the initial set-up and shoot, through the post-processing retouching, and…

    Just a quick couple of things: First, my thanks to Jeremy Cowart for his Guest Blog/Call to Action yesterday. Brad and I will be participating in Help - Portrait in our area this December, and we'll give you more details as things move ahead, but I think this is just a fantastic way for us all to give back to those less fortunate this Holiday Season. This kind of stuff is really what it's all about, so I hope you'll visit www.help-portrait.com and get involved. Now, onto the news: Photoshop User TV's 200th Episode (and some big news!) This week's episode in our 200th consecutive episode (our first show was in October of 2005), and it features a look back at our very first show (ugh!), how the show has morphed and grown (complete with embarrassing flashbacks), and of course, what would our 200th…

    Win Some Sweet Adobe Goodies Layers Magazine (the how-to magazine for everything Adobe) is running a contest called "How Photoshop CS4 Saved The Day" where you tell about a time you were in a jam and you used Photoshop CS4 to save the day (Basically, they're looking for your creative solutions to everyday challenges). They pick weekly winners (for the next five weeks) which get a copy of Lightroom 2, plus an Adobe 18-1 Card Reader, an 8GB USB Drive, and a three-year subscription to Layers. Plus you'll be featured in a Layers magazine article and on the website, as well the Adobe website. At the end they pick one grand prize winner who gets the entire Adobe Creative Suite Design Premium or Web Premium (or equivalent value), a full conference pass to the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, a one-year subscription to Kelby…

    You guys know I'm a hooked on Alltop.com (it's how I keep up with everything. Well, that and my daily call from Terry White), but for some reason I only look at Alltop on my Mac, until last week I saw how Alltop works on the iPhone with their new mobile version. It's the formatting. You still see the top five headlines from all your favorite blogs (you can see the one's I follow daily at http://my.alltop.com/scottkelby), and what I love about Alltop on my computer (the simplicity) is amplified on my iPhone. Next time you're on your iPhone, check out Alltop.com and you'll see what I mean.

    Joe Killed in San Francisco! In re-reading that headline, it really doesn't sound like it good thing, but it actually was (you guys know what I meant, right?). Seriously though---the feedback we've gotten from Joe McNally's standing-room only (700+ photographers) one-day off-camera flash tour in San Francisco last week is just off the charts----he just absolutely killed! I read some of the emails attendees are sending us, just to tell us what an amazing day they had, and they're just over the top about Joe and what they learned. Thanks Joe! Ya done us proud, son! (More tour dates to be announced very soon!). Shoot on the Slidelines with Scott & Mike Update First, thanks to everybody who has already entered the "Shoot on the Sidelines with Scott and Mike" sports shooting contest. In the first day alone we had hundreds of people register…

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