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    Hi everybody. It's Tuesday and 2008 is almost in the bag. Here's what's up: A lot of people have been asking me for an update on how I feel about my Apple MacBook Pro now that I've had it for a while, and basically here's where I'm at: I've gotten over the glossy screen thing. I've calibrated it a few times now and while the glossy screen is a bit more contrasty, it really hasn't caused any problems (and maybe that's because I'm compensating a bit, knowing that my screen looks more contrasty than the final images). My prints from both my Epsons, and from MPIX.com are coming out fine, so the glossy issue isn't as big an issue as I thought (though if I could get this MacBook Pro without the glossy screen----I would). The trackpad is still a real issue for me,…

    Howdy, folks. Here's what's up: Each week NAPP's Executive Director Larry Becker does a short video  show called NAPP News, and it covers industry news, stuff for NAPP members like new discount and offers, and just generally a bunch of stuff Photoshop freaks would be interested in. We've had a number of people ask that we also make it available as a downloadable video Podcast in Apple's iTunes, and well…now it's available as a downloadable podcast in iTunes. You can subscribe to it free right here or just watch the show right there in iTunes. (By the way; if you haven't checked out the show in a while, it has really grown tremendously, and Dave Cross has a very cute guest appearence in this week's show). This Sunday I'm shooting the Bucs vs. Raiders NFL game from the sidelines. This is a must-win game…

    Hi gang. It's Friday (and Happy Hanukkah!); here's what's up: First, I have to thank my buddy Matt Kloskowski for his rockin' Guest Blog post on Wednesday. It was cool to see how many people needed to hear what Matt had to say (and it was something I hadn't heard anyone say publicly before. Way to go, Ski!). Alltop.com, which is an incredibly cool new news resource that aggregates a whole bunch of daily blogs by topic, just added a Photoshop section (I already visit their Photography category daily). What I love is; you can just hover your mouse over a headline, and it shows you the first paragraph or so. Hover your cursor over the blog's name, and it shows you a mini graphic of the blog. The whole thing is very cleverly done, with a slick, clean layout. You'll love it! Here's…

    Photoshop Hall of Famer, and SVA Department Chair Katrin Eismann sent me some interesting news: The School of VISUAL ARTS is taking the The Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography program online for the fall of 2009 (image above by June Young Lim). The students will complete the fall and spring classes (Advanced Imaging, Color Management, Photo Illustration, Studio Management, etc) online and then come to New York City to complete their thesis projects, which includes taking the Large Format Print class, developing a web presence, designing a brand, and producing the collateral for a NY Exhibit. The MPS in Digital Photography is a concentrated course of studies in both commercial and fine art digital photography that addresses the entire imaging workflow - from image capture and enhancement to online distribution and final display. Under the guidance of leading photographers, retouchers, designers and…

    Howdy. Hope everybody had a great weekend. Here's what's up! You've heard me talk about photographer/retoucher David Cuerdon numerous times here on the blog. Right after Photoshop World Las Vegas I got to talk to him about a new "Retouching Kit" he had put together, with included not only more advanced retouching techniques, but a specialized set of brushes, actions, textures, shapes, and color swatches for retouching that he uses together in a very clever way in his everyday work. Well, I'm happy to announce that not only were we able to convince David that he needs to be a part of KelbyTraining, but his Beauty & Retouching Kit online class (along with all the downloadable actions, brushes, and more) is now up online at KelbyTraining.com! (here's the link to see his sessions). I just saw somewhere that Amazon.com keeps a running list of…

    Here's a few things to take us into the weekend: Photoshop Hall of Famer John Paul Caponigro has just announced three new Photoshop training DVDs, seen above (produced by Acme Education). The titles are: (1) Black & White Mastery (2) Photoshop Color Strategies, and (3) Photoshop Color Tools. All three are available for pre-order, and you can reserve yours now by clicking here. I ran across a photography blog this week that looks pretty cool. It's called "ProPhotoNut" and the author shares a number of interesting techniques, and posts some great images. If you've got a few minutes, check it out right here.  Here's another cool Holiday Deal (but it expires on December 15th, so you have to get on it pretty quick). If you buy a Ray Flash from ExpoImaging (the Ray Flash is a ring-flash attachment that turns your off-camera flash, like…

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