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    Hi everybody, he's some quick Tuesday Stuff: A nice follow-up piece to my tutorials last week on making photo books, comes from Syl Arena who did a survey and research about photo book sources. Worth checking out (here's the link). We released another very cool new online class at KelbyTraining.com; this one's called "Classical Lighting and Posing Techniques with David Ziser (shown above)." His classes have been a HUGE hit with subscribers, because he has a way of just bringing things down to earth, and really making them stick. Here's the link to all the lessons. This week's "Quote of the Week" is from my buddy Matt Kloskowski, who was interviewed in Dave Cross's "Finish the Sentence" segment. When asked the question, "If I could give one piece of advice it would be..." Matt replied, "...forget about the technical stuff sometimes. Don't concentrate so…

    Hi gang---just a few quick things to take us into the weekend: I came across some cool, quick-little "case study" videos from professional retoucher Jean-Michel Massey, which show the evolution of a commercial retouch, and I thought the videos were fascinating (Jean-Michel has some mad skills). Here's the link to check them out. My buddy RC "Rico" Concepcion (Ed Note from RC: “This was actually done by one of our regular readers, Firgs. Big thanks!) did something fairly horrible to Matt, Dave, Corey, himself and I (a still from it is seen above) that is just really, well…you've got to see it for yourself. It's called "Elf Yourself" and if you've got two seconds, and don't mind seeing grown men looking fairly ridiculous, check it out right here (totally for laughs). Photographer Janine Smith (who was at my LA Lightroom seminar yesterday), turned me…

    Although the word slipped out late last week, now it's official; Nikon has announced its 24.5-megapixel monster (and in mean that in a good way); the Nikon D3X (photo above courtesy of Nikon). For all the details (beyond sheer megapixels), click here.

    Howdy folks; here's what's up as we head into the weekend: I had some questions yesterday about the font I used as the header for my shots from my trip (where I wrote, "Istanbul, Greece, and Cairo" and it's shown again above). The font is P22 Cezanne Regular, by the font developer P22 (here's the link to it on MyFonts.com). On the heels of releasing my 3rd annual 2008 Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide, the blog "Camera 47" put together a terrific gift guide of their own of "20 Photography Gifts under $100" and I gotta tell ya---there's some really great stuff on their list (and lots of ideal stocking stuffers). Here's the link (definitely worth checking out). Jeff Revell (from PhotoWalkPro.com) did a nice piece recently called "The No Memory Card Gotcha," and he used photos of both Canon and Nikon cameras in the…

    Howdy folks, here's what's up: Nancy Masse, (our in-house copywriter and Baroness of Social Web Marketing), sent me the photo above last week, and when I first looked at it, I didn't immediately hit me what it was. Then I was like, "Wow...that is so cool!" As impressed as I was with the very clever idea, I was really blown away once I realized that this isn't something composited together in Photoshop---what you're seeing is a photo of a set built at full size. That took it over the top for me. This image is now popping up all over the web (it's totally going viral), and so I had Nancy track down the original source, and here's what she found: The photo was taken by photographer Anton Ismael, for the Jakarta-based ad agency Bates 141, for their client software-asli.com) and the only thing…

    BIG NEWS: My favorite photography podcast, formerly known as "The Digital Photography Show" (hosted by Scott Sherman and Michael Stein) has found a new home, and a new name---it's now called "Digital Photography Life: Make Every Shot Count" and I am totally honored that they asked me to be the first guest on their new show (which you can hear by clicking here). The interview is pretty in-depth, and we talk about everything (and I mean everything), including a lot about Lightroom 2, so give it a listen when you get some time---I think you'll totally dig it. Congratulations to Scott and Michael on re-launching the show (it's a long story, but I'm SO glad they're back), and I wish you guys continued success!!!

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