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    Hi Gang, and greetings from Savannah, Georgia where last night we kicked off the Great American Photo Workshop that I'm doing with Bill Fortney, . We've got 35 photographers here, and tonight we did slideshows and some presentations to get things rolling, and this morning we're heading out at 5:20 am for a sunrise shoot. Can't wait!!!! If I get anything decent, I'll post one tomorrow. First, before we even attempt to describe what's happening above, how 'bout some love for my man Vanelli, who came through with a wonderfully informative special guest blog and mini-tutorial yesterday. Way to go, V. You nailed it!!!! Now, to the photo above. That's me at 16; a junior in High School playing at a Pep Rally for our football team (so it had to be taken on a Friday). I was playing the coveted "Timbale/Bongo Combo" and…

    Hi Folks: I'm back in the saddle this week, after an almost entirely relaxing week (see the post above), and here's what's goin' on so far: Something I Missed Last Week In my first-look review of the XT-Explorer on-location battery pack last week, I kind of dinged the looks of the XT a bit, but Larry Becker pointed out something I hadn't realized, and that is that the Explorer XT actually comes with a fairly nice black nylon fitted “glove” that goes over the unit, along with a substantial shoulder strap. This would make a big difference in the overall look, and thus remove the ding. Sorry I missed that first time around. Corey Sells Out Toronto and Calgary in Advance The kid is hot!!! Our own boy wonder Corey Barker is taking our Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks Tour to Canada, and Toronto…

    Hi Everybody. It's Thursday and that spells trouble, as I unveil my most embarrassing photo ever. This was me, just three years ago, tipping the scales at 315 lbs. The shot was taken in Paris where I was accepting an award for being the world's largest, I mean, best-selling author of computer books that year. Below is a shot of me now (taken at this past Boston Photoshop World, where I'm posed with my friends Corey Barker, Terry White, and RC Concepcion), after losing over 100 lbs. on a strict diet (I tell people it was a low calorie, low carb, low taste, low fun diet). Anyway, it took a long while, but I've kept it off for nearly two years now, and I feel dramatically better, and after having my yearly physical this past week, I was in such great health that I…

    Hi folks. It's Tuesday, and time for some news: The Best of Photoshop User TV, Volume 2 now on DVD We released Volume 2 of "The Best of Photoshop User TV" on DVD (shown above) and it's packed with the best tutorials and tips from the last couple of years on the air, and it features "The Photoshop Guys" (Me, Matt Kloskowski and Dave Cross). Besides the tons of tutorials, there's also a hilarious blooper reel (read as humiliating) and that alone is worth the price of the DVD (not really). However, it is filled with more than two hours of nothing but our best tutorials from the show, and you can order yours right here. Worldwide Photo Walk "Add Your City" Deadline This Thursday The deadline for applying to have a walk in your city is coming up this Thursday, June 18th, so…

    Hi everybody. It was a late night at the studio tonight (just getting home at 1:00 am. Ugh!), so I'm gonna make this one short and sweet. Here goes: McNally's New Site Rocks! Joe McNally just intro'd a whole new look for his portfolio site (link) and his very popular blog (link) and I think the site designer did a fantastic job on both (and an especially tidy job in tying all of Joe's many projects together in one central place). One thing I particuarly like about his new site (besides the amazing images of course), is that his new site doesn't hijack your screen by expanding to full screen size (resizing my browser window without asking is a pet peeve of mine, which almost bugs me as much as a site that plays music without asking first). Anyway, love the new look of…

    Happy Thursday everybody! First, it's Thursday, and it's time for an embarrassing photo or two from my massive archive of embarrassing imagery. I debated about posting this one, not because I apparently had only one single "look" back in the mid-80s (the thrift store sports coat with the sleeves rolled up, a white shirt with a skinny tie, jeans and sneakers), but because it was taken on top of New York City's World Trade Center. The Trade Center is a very emotional symbol for us Americans (it was even emotional for me when I saw it again), but this photo, taken by my brother Jeff, is also a part of the visual history of my life, and  so I thought I would run it in memory of a wonderful day spent in one of my favorite cities, and as a tribute to 9/11 and…

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