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    First, thanks to everybody who understood about yesterday's "lame blog" and a special thanks to those who offered to "guest blog" in the future. I'll definitely be calling on some of you to guest blog for me in the future. :) Now, onto the news: My friend, and New York photowalk leader, Gabriel Biederman pointed out a pretty amazing statistic about my Worldwide PhotoWalk and the photos it generated. If each participant took an average of only 125 shots during the two-hour walk (which I think it a pretty low average---I took 216 myself), then on that one day, August 23rd, more than one million photos were taken during that walk alone (more precisely, it was 1,017,125 photos). To me, that was just amazing!!!!! At Photoshop World I got a brief chance to see a pre-production model of the new Nikon D90 DSLR, and…

    Hi everybody---here's what's up: During Adobe's opening keynote presentation at Photoshop World last week, John Loiacono (Adobe's VP of their Creative Business Unit), gave the crowd on hand a sneak peek at the "Next" version of Photoshop (he initially called it "CS Next", but you'll have to watch the video yourself for more details). Terry White, over at the Creative Suite Podcast, video'd "Johnny L's" keynote presentation (that's Johnny during the keynote above), and you can watch it online right here. (You can click the "Direct Download" link, or subscribe for free and watch it in Apple's iTunes). Now, you're going to see some really amazing technology that may or may not have to do with Adobe's announcement last week that they're unveiling something big on September 23rd (Sorry for being so vague---just trying to make sure I stay out of trouble). Anyway, go…

    Here's a couple of quick news morsels: I mentioned last week that the amazing Joe McNally (above) was out in Santa Fe, New Mexico doing an on-location online class for Kelby Training. Well, Joe wrote a post, and shows some of the images he made during that class over at his blog (here's the link). Very cool stuff! National Geographic has put out their "Call for Entries" for their annual "World in Focus" competition. If you win that one, I think you might have some serious bragging rights, eh? You can find the details right here. Some new stuff I'm working with: The new Firewire 800 version of my beloved Drobo. I just made the switch this week (it was totally painless---it took all of 60 seconds). Nik Software's new Silver Efex Pro Black & White plug-in for Photoshop. I haven't had enough experience…

    First, did David duChemin's post rock yesterday or what??!!! Take a moment to read some of the comments people posted about it yesterday, and you can see how his words of advice resonated with and inspired so many photographers. Thank you David---that was awesome! Now, onto the news: Apparently the rumors of a Nikon D90 aren't a rumor anymore, as USA Today ran a story on it last night. Apparently it has the larger 3inch LCD screen, 12 megapixels, LiveView, lower noise, built-in sensor cleaning, but the focus of the article was that it is the first DSLR that actually shoots video, too! Here's a link to the USA Today article, and to Nikon USA's info on the new D90 (which sells for $999 U.S.---body only). Canon also has big news; they released their successor to the 40D, the new 15 megapixel Canon EOS…

    Our friends at MPIX (the only photo lab we use a NAPP headquarters) just took the wraps of their totally redesigned site. I've just been through their redesigned site and it's way more than just a new look. The new site is much more visual, even easier to use, has much more functionality all the way around, and it makes the process of uploading, managing, and buying prints just crazy easy. (It's such a big improvement, they're calling it MPIX 2.0. I think it's more like 3.0, or at least MPIX CS3). Anyway, they've got an online tour of the new site you can take, and on the last page they have this little slogan that so nails what they do, that I think it oughta be their official slogan, in huge letters, right on their home page! It reads: "Shoot today. Upload tonight.…

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