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    Happy Friday Everybody. Here's what's up: My Images in The New 2009 Westcott Catalog First a big thank you to the FJ Westcott company---they featured two of my images (shown above) taken with their Spiderlite TD-5's in their new 2009 lighting catalog (you can download a PDF version of their new catalog right here). As a side note: I actually got to meet photographer Michael Green (the other photographer featured on the same "Pros" page in the catalog); at Photoshop World, and we got to hang out for a while. A really great guy! Anyway, thanks again to Westcott---it's truly an honor! Dave's Fix-It Challenge Dave Cross has launched a brand new feature on his blog, "Dave Cross Online" called "Dave's Thursday Fix-It Challenge," where he posts a "messed up" photo (for lack of a better term) and he lets you download the image…

    I ran across this old photo of me (above) taken back in 1981. It was shot in my first apartment (in a then-new apartment complex in Tampa, Florida called "The Cove"). I'm playing a white Les Paul knock-off, and there's a beautiful wood-grain Kramer Bass Guitar (with an aluminum neck) on the floor behind me, which I dearly loved, but sadly a year later it was stolen by my then-girlfriend's brother (that's a whole 'nuther story). I'm also wearing my beloved "Eastern Airlines" t-shirt under (wait for it, wait for it.....) a gray "Members Only" jacket. Man, was I stylin' or what! ;-) Now (once the laughter subsides), it's time for the news: Hey, how about Justin Paguia's awesome blog post yesterday (the crowd cheers!)? I was very impressed---not just with his excellent techniques, but with the fact that he really shared his process,…

    You guys know I'm really paranoid and a bit obsessive about protecting my image collection, which is why I (and a bunch of my friends) all switched our photo archiving drives to a Drobo (I'm a Drobo freak, and actually have two: one at home, and a duplicate offsite at my office). This week, I'm talking to Terry White (another Drobo freak), and I'm talking to him about needed more storage space (this talk brought about by 45GB worth of Indy photos in one weekend), and we basically both determine that I need to "man up" and get a second Drobo. Then I get a call yesterday from DataRobotics to let me know that they are announcing the answer to my prayers today---DroboPro. This is a "Business Class" robotic storage solution that lets you have double the storage bays of the original Drobo (So…

    First, I want to talk about yesterday's Guest Blog post from Rick Sammon. Rick demonstrated once again what I love about the Guest Blog concept, which is that everyone brings their own ideas, their own take on things, and they create their own topic. It's "their day" to share what they want to share, and although what Rick shared was about photography, it went way beyond that, and touched a lot of people. Thank you Rick, for reminding us about the most important things in life. Now, onto the news: MPIX.com is doing a series of full page print ads featuring a number of different photographers who use MPIX, where they share their favorite MPIX products. Right now they're running the ad you see above, and ever since the first ad hit, I've been getting loads of emails every day asking me about the…

    OK gang, as promised, here's the cool secret thing: Today I'm releasing a free custom Photoshop CS4 panel that lets you get the RSS feed for this blog, "The Photoshop Insider" right inside Photoshop CS4 in its own separate panel (so it's just like any other panel [formerly known as palettes], inside Photoshop). If you click on the graphic above, you'll see the Photoshop Insider panel is right there alongside the Layers panel, Channels, Paths, etc. and you'll see the headlines from my posts, along with the RSS feed of the beginning of each post. If you see one that interests you, just click on Read More..... The ability to add your own custom panels to Photoshop is new in CS4, and it came in the form of a free utility called "The Configurator" which lets you customize and extend Photoshop in some amazing…

    Hi gang. Before we get going, how 'bout a round of applause for Jay Maisel's inspiring Special Guest Post yesterday! I was just so tickled to have Jay as a guest blogger here, and I know that a lot of you that are going to Photoshop World are now going to make it a point to check out Jay's session live. I guarantee----it will move you! Thanks Jay, for honoring us with your words and images. Now, onto the news: Something Cool is Coming Tomorrow If you're a regular reader of this blog, you've got to check back here tomorrow because I'm going to release something that I hope you'll find really cool. It's definitely something unique, it's Photoshop related, and best of all---it's totally free! I can't wait to share it with you, so check back here tomorrow when all the pieces are…

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