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    One of the highlights of my trip to San Francisco was getting to see the Hearst Gallery's retrospective on one of the most brilliant digital artists of our time, our good friend (and Photoshop Hall of Famer) Bert Monroy. What an amazing exhibition (and beautifully presented by the gallery---kudos to them for an outstanding job). The gallery was closed that day, but Bert arranged for us to have a private tour with him, and it was just amazing. I've seen Bert's amazing photo-realistic work many times over the years, but seeing it at that scale really revealed the incredible detail that he puts into his work. The shots below give you just a glimpse at the retrospective, and besides his work (all output on the latest Epson printers---including an entire section of the exhibit printed on large canvas), they had a number of important…

    I can't believe it's already Friday. Here's what's up: On Tuesday I came into my office and sitting on my desk was something that made my whole week. One of my readers here on the blog had sent in a $1,000 donation check for the Springs of Hope, Kenya orphanage. Talk about being humbled by someone's genorosity. I continued to be so impressed with the way you all have stepped up to make such a difference for these kids. (Note: I just heard from Molly & Joesph that a shipment of freeze dried meals arrived today at the orphanage----enough for 60,000 meals! Whoo Hoo!) Dave Cross has had two very interesting folks in his popular "Finish the Sentence" feature; Katrin Eismann, and Dave Cross himself. Here's the link to give it a quick read (I always find this feature really interesting). There's an in-depth…

    Hi everybody. It's Thursday---here's what's up: First, a big thanks to David Hobby for being my very special guest blogger yesterday. It truly was an honor having him on the blog, and from the comments from our readers, he was as big a hit as I knew he'd be. :) Quick update the on the MacBook Pro laptops from Apple. When you buy one of Apple's new 17" MacBook Pros (just introduced at Macworld Expo last week), you now have the option of a glossy or non-glossy screen. Although I've adjusted to the glossy screen on my 15" MacBook Pro, I would still prefer a non-glossy screen, and if Apple offers that option on a 15" anytime soon, I would have to switch. That being said; one of my readers turned me on to this; there's a third party company called TechRestore that will…

    Hi folks, and happy Friday! Before we kick into things; a big thank you to Tim Wallace for his excellent guest post on Wedneday, and for directly posting answers to so many folks comments. It's really great when a guest blogger brings that personal interaction, and it was an honor having Tim share his wonderful work, and give us a behind-the-scenes peek into his world. Cool stuff! If you're a landscape photographer, then the two most important times of the day for you are Sunrise and Sunset, and I just picked up an app for my iPhone that you'll want to check out called Focalware. Among other things, it shows you the exact time for that day's sunrise and sunset based on your iPhone's built-in GPS. You can watch a demo of it right here, or buy it online at the iTunes App Store…

    Howdy folks---It's Tuesday---let's do some news: Good news: we tracked down the culprit that was holding back many of your comments (it was a preference setting---basically a checkbox---that was turned on by default when we switched to the newest version of Word Press) and things should be back to normal now. Again, sorry for the delay, but hopefully it's behind us now. We also tweaked a few things on the blog (thanks to feedback from you guys) like adding a Comments link at the bottom of the post, and adding access to more of the earlier archives (among other things). Thanks to Fred, Mike, Tommy and the gang for continually working to make this blog better and easier to use for everybody. My Wifey totally hooked me up----when I got home from work last night, she handed me a belated Christmas gift---Nikon's new 50mm…

    Hi everybody. I hope you all had a safe and happy New Year, and as my first post of the New Year, it's time for some Friday News Stuff. Here we go: First let's take a look at something different: I'm always featuring wedding photography here, but this time take a look a Graham & Graham Photography's annual collection of their top-10 Bar/Bat Mitzvah shots from 2008. Really nice stuff here, and it's definitely an art unto itself (here's the link). Thanks to Camera Dojo who named my blog one of their Top 20 Photography Websites of 2008 (here's the link), and to┬áMoments in Digital for including me in their list of "Blogs they followed in 2008" (here's that link). If you're a NAPP member, you probably catch Larry Becker's weekly NAPP News show on a regular basis, but if you're not a member,…

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