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  • Friday News Nuggets

    Oct 3rd, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Just a few quickies to round out the week: First, thanks to Alan Hess, whose Guest Post this week rocked (no pun intended). I loved having such a different angle, and I thought he did a great job taking us “backstage” at a concert shoot. Thanks Alan! Michael Tapes has launched a new blog overContinue…

  • You Could Win a $500 Apple Store Gift Card In “The iPhone Book” Photo Contest

    Oct 2nd, 2008  |  2 Comments

    We’re just days away from the release of the 2nd edition of my award-winning “The iPhone Book” (co-authored with my close friend and total iPhone freak Terry White), and we wanted to do something really fun to celebrate the upcoming launch of the book, so here’s what we came up with: An Apple “iPhone PhotoContinue…

  • Thursday News Stuff

    Sep 25th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Hi everybody. It’s Thursday, and you know what that means. It’s time for “News Stuff!” First off; did Michael Tapes make some friends yesterday or what!!!! If you missed his post, he and the folks at Imagenomic, came up with a free utility that makes a JPEG from any Raw file, and it does itContinue…

  • Monday News Update

    Sep 22nd, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Mornin’ everybody. Here’s what’s up: Just in case you missed my “Rare Friday Night Post,” Adobe posted a Lightroom 2.1 “Release Candidate” free update on Adobe Labs on Friday. Scroll down to Friday’s post for all the details (and a description of what a “Release Candidate” is). The Digital Landscape Workshop Series DLWS) (with instructorsContinue…

  • Thursday News Stuff

    Sep 18th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    I’ve got a few cool little news things today, but first my thanks to Rod Harlan for his Special Guest blog yesterday, which came at photography and Photoshop from a very different angle. From the comments I read, I think it got a lot of us thinking about new ways to show our work, newContinue…

  • Tuesday News Quickies

    Sep 16th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    Howdy, folks. First, a few answers from questions posted about yesterday’s FSU sidelines shoot. I shot in Aperture priority because I knew I wanted to shoot “wide open” all day. I had plenty of light, so shutter speed wasn’t really an issue—the challenge was white balance. When a play started in the sun, the whiteContinue…

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