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    Hi folks. Here's what's goin' on. Jay Maisel, a true living legend of photography, is hosting a week-long workshop this fall, and I'm telling you this early because like all his others, it will probably sell out months in advance. It kicks off Monday, September 14 at Jay's studio in NYC and runs through Friday, September 18. For more details click here. I did something special yesterday for the folks following me on Twitter. If you're following me, go check it out (here's the link). We now have well over 11,000 photographers registered to be a part of my Worldwide Photo Walk on July 18th, and we have over 760 walks. We are totally psyched! :) A big thanks to the blog "Inkd" for naming Layers Magazine to their list of "The 15 Best Magazines for Print Designers." We are truly honored. Our friends…

    Hi folks. Before we get started you can see that standing in for "Embarrassing Photo Thursday" is "Embarrassing Photo Friday." The shot above was taken in Corfu, Greece (an island near the coast of Albania) when I was 19-years-old, playing in a funk band called "Loose Change," (You can see the "Loose Change" t-shirt under my way cool sweat jacket that we all wore back then for no apparent reason). I spent the summer of 1980 playing with Loose Change at an outdoor rooftop lounge atop the Regency Hotel in Corfu (not a bad gig for a teenager). Pictured left to right are Loose Change's bass player Alan Carmen, lead vocalist Marshall Gillon, and yours truly (on keyboards). But before we get started..... The award for most supportive Guest Blogger ever has to go to my buddy, sports photographer Mike Olivella, who spent most…

    >> Dead MacBook Crisis: Day 14 Howdy folks! That's right, I'm still battling with the massive hard drive crash I had the day before my Lightroom Tour in Denver last month, but after jumping through a few hoops (and with some help from Apple), I believe that by the time you read this my MacBook Pro will have been fully restored from my Time Capsule backup, and my work life will be somewhat back in order. There are half a dozen reasons why this restoration took so long, most of them are my fault, but I'm just glad it appears to be behind me (for the most part), and I can get back to full speed. >> The Review That Could Have Been I'm still working off a stripped machine for this post, so I don't have my review of the Topaz Adjust plug-in…

    Hi Everybody! It's a beautiful Monday and I'm back and totally refreshed thanks to a few days off doing nothing but playing golf with my big brother Jeff (that's him shown above). We headed out to the West Coast last Thursday for a long golf weekend (to celebrate his 60th Birthday), and we had such a great, relaxing, fun-filled time. I took a lot of photos; none of which are worth a darn, because we had gray foggy weather every single sunrise and sunset, but luckily during the golf itself---it was beautiful (plus, I probably had my best round ever), so it was about as much fun as two golf-loving brothers can have. Now I'm ready to get back to work! Thanks For Your Ideas First, a big thanks to everybody who shared your thoughts about my "Down & Dirty Dilemma" on Friday. It…

    Howdy folks. It's Friday---here's what's up:  Lightroom 2 Discount over this weekend Adobe's $25 off deal on Lightroom 2 is over on Sunday, so if you were thinking of making the jump; tick, tick! (here's the link) A Slew of New Online Classes Posted I've fallen behind on letting you know about new classes. Here's what's gone live recently:  Using your Nikon D90 with Laurie Excell. (Link) Adobe InDesign and Photoshop CS4 Integration with Terry White (Link) Mastering Color in Photoshop CS4: Creative Color with Matt Kloskowski (Link) Using Your Nikon D700 with Laurie Excell (Link) Successful Pre-Production for Location Shooting with Richard Riley (Link) Plus, we're just finishing up some long overdue classes on how to use your Canon DSLRs from Canon Explorer of Light, Rick Sammon. I'll let you know as soon as his classes go live (hopefully next week).  Corey Kicked Some Butt in Richmond I have heard nothing…

    That's right; in the fine tradition of so many Thursday's before it's "Embarrassing Photo Thursday." This one is a promo photo from the band "The Edge" (I posted a photo of me playing with them on May 14th). This shot was taken about 25 years ago, in a parking garage in downtown Lakeland, Florida, and I must say, I was sportin' some pretty slick aviator's sunglasses. (Note: In case you were wondering; yes, that is Big Electric Cat drummer Scott Stahley [2nd from the left], when he was just a mere lad of 18-years-old). OK, you can stop all the snickering now; it's time for some news: Eddie is Rock Steady! My man Eddie Tapp scored big yesterday with a great guest blog, despite the fact that he included a photo of me (during Eddie's Photoshop Hall of Fame induction ceremony), which was taken before…

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