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    OK, before we get started---are we so lovin' David duChemin today or what? He totally rocked it yesterday with his inspirational, and eye-opening guest blog (just read all the comments and you'll see what I mean), and I'm both honored and excited that he was my guest blogger here on the Photoshop Insider. Thanks so much David. Why Yes, That Photo is Embarrassing Yet another blast from the past has snuck its way onto my blog today, and the one above (circa 1983) is a self-portrait where I'm posing with an old Minolta SLR that my brother handed down to me when he upgraded to a Nikon F3. It was shot with my Pentax SLR using the self timer, and this was taken in a small studio another photographer and I rented, and it was shot on white seamless using a Sunpak flash unit…

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    Hi folks. How 'bout a big round of applause for Andrew Kornylak for his excellent Guest Blog post yesterday! Besides his very cool adventure photography, I loved what he did with this videos, and I know it got a lot of people thinking about ways to extend what they're already doing, and that's one of the things I love best about Guest Blog Wednesday; it gets us thinking and seeing things in a new way. Thanks Andrew for an inspiring and informative post! Now, onto the news: One from The Outer Banks The image above is another one from my trip to DLWS Workshop in North Carolina's Outer Banks and this one is from Tuesday morning's dawn shoot at the commercial pier (click on it for a larger view). These rusty abandoned old boats made some really great subjects for the class to shoot,…

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