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    Hi gang: It's Tuesdays---here's what's up: My Books On The Free Kindle App For iPhone I saw a review on Terry's Tech blog about the new free Amazon Kindle app for the iPhone, so I downloaded it and bought my book, "The Digital Photography Book, Vol. 2" from right on my iPhone (Yes, I had to buy it, but luckily the downloadable version was only $9.99). Anyway, I have the full Kindle reader (the original, not version 2), and while this free iPhone app didn't have all the features (or as large a screen) as the Kindle, it did have one thing even the Kindle 2 doesn't have---color images! The formatting on the iPhone's screen even looked pretty decent (as seen above), and I think the advantage is (for iPhone users anyway), that you can look up a tip while you're out on a…

    Whoo Hooo! It's Friday!!! Before we get into the news, I just wanted to thank this week's Guest Blogger Tim Mantoai for his wonderful post (and images) this week. If you look at the comments readers posted about his story, you see the word "Inspirational" is about every other post, and right now I think a lot of us needed that. Thanks Tim, and my thanks to Brad for his help in bringing Tim's work and words to the blog this week. Now, Here's what's up: Yesterday, one of my readers let me know that a graphic we created for an email campaign (shown above) was featured on PhotoshopDisasters.com. It seems that the top of the logo on the football was cut-off, and that's pretty messed up (as you can see). Anyway, when I saw it over on PhotoshopDisasters.com, I just totally cracked up!…

    Howdy folks; here's what's up: Adobe has released a free update to Camera Raw and Lightroom which adds supports for the Nikon D3x, and the Olympus E-30 cameras (Note: The Lightroom update also includes a few bug fixes). Here's where to download the free update for Camera Raw (Mac | Windows), and here's where to download the Lightroom update (Mac | Windows). Friend of the blog, photographer Janine Smith, knows I'm a Type freak, and she sent me this site that I absolutely Love. It's called "Flipping Typical" and when you go there, it looks at the fonts installed on your computer and shows you what any phrase you type looks like in all your fonts. This totally rocks for helping you find the right font for the job! (Yes, there are some tricks you can pull in Photoshop that sound like they do…

    Hi Gang: I'm trying to wrap up my book by Friday, so in the interest of making that happen, here is an abbrevited news thingy: I didn't get to field test the Jobo GPS this week like I had hoped. Maybe next week. Come to my Lightroom seminars in Denver and Portland, Oregon. (link) This photographer rocks (link) I finally broke down and bought an Elinchrom Beautydish. Go visit Zack's blog (link) Just two days left to save $100 on Early Bird Registration for Photoshop World (link). PLUS: Scriv put together a new teaser with our football theme, and it's pretty cool, so stop by the site and check it out. Jessica is working on a new cover for the CS4 Down & Dirty Tricks book, and I saw an early proof of it today. She's rocks! It made me really glad that we…

    Hi gang: My book deadline is coming up on Friday, and I'm nose to the grindstone, so I'll keep this short and sweet. A New Photoshop Baby Is Born A big congratuations to last week's Guest Blogger, Photoshop Product Manager Bryan Hughes, who welcomed the birth of their baby boy, Miles Lewis Hughes, on Valentine's Day. Mom, Dad, and baby are doing great! Some Photoshop World stuff Besides being the deadline for my book, Friday is your last chance to save $100 on your Photoshop World Conference & Expo pass, because the Early Bird Special ends on Friday at midnight. Here's where to sign up (Boston is a blast---I hope you'll be there! The photo above is of Adobe's booth on the Expo floor). Hotels in Boston Filling Fast! We are filling up our block of rooms fast at our host hotels; the Sheraton…

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