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    It's Friday, and time for some crunchy morsels of news: First, just a reminder; today is the last day to take advantage of the $100 Off Early Bird Discount for Photoshop World Conference & Expo. Here's the link. (Hope to see you in Vegas!). I'm happy to report that today we have over 113 cities around the world who now have Photo Walks as part of my World Wide Photo Walk event. Click here to see if your city was added in the last two days. Thanks everybody---this is going to rock! :) USA Today's Jefferson Graham did a video interview with Adobe's Lightroom Marketing Manager Fred Johnson, and if you've got just a minute, click here to check it out. Yesterday I saw that Dave Piazza from Westcott is doing a free class at B&H Photo's 'Event Space' at their Manhattan store, on…

    Happy Thursday everybody! Here's what's up: First, a big thanks to Jeff Revell for this excellent guest post yesterday. It really got a lot of people excited about not only the upcoming World Wide PhotoWalk, but also for photo walks in general. Interesting side note: a mix-up happened with Jeff's host city (Washington DC), for the WWPW, and he wound up having both Washington DC and Alexandria, VA listed as separate events, when it fact, they were the same walk. But since Jeff is the PhotoWalk "Pro," he decided to host TWO the same day; one in the morning, one in the afternoon. Too cool. Also, although Jeff's site (PhotoWalkPro.com) has become the resource for photo walking, he also covers loads of Photoshop (including lots of HDR tutorials) and photography in general, so make sure you check it out (here's the link). The folks…

    It's Thursday, and that's means it's time for "news stuffage!" First, thanks to my buddy Terry White for yesterday's guest blog post which garnered lots of love from my readers. Had I known the interest in Lightroom to iPhoto uploading was as big as it was, I would've written a book on it by now (totally kidding). ;-) Here's what up: This week we had Adobe Photoshop Product Manager Bryan Hughes as an in-studio guest on Photoshop User TV, and we talked with Bryan about the advantages of converting your files to DNG vs. just working with the Raw image files. Very interest stuffing (here's the link to watch it online). USA Today ran an article yesterday called "Attention to lighting can make a huge difference in your photos" and in the article they asked me for five tips about light and shooting outdoors…

    First, a big thanks to my special guest blogger yesterday, the amazing Dave Cross, whose message really resonated with so many of you out there. Very cool stuff, my friend! Now, onto the News: One of my readers, Nicholas Van Staten, pointed out this AP article (which I'm pointing to in the Miami Herald), about how New York City has now adopted a clear set of rules for photographers and filmmakers about when they need to obtain permits to shoot on the sidewalks and streets of New York. Here's a link to the Herald (thanks Nicholas!). Great news: Since I posted those two copyright interviews with attorney Ed Greenberg and photographer's rights advocate Jack Reznicki, you all have posted loads of comments and follow-up questions, and Ed and Jack have heard ya. In fact, tomorrow I'll have a post directly from them answering some…

    I just want to thank everyone who attended the kick-off of my nationwide Lightroom Tour Live this past Wednesday at the Los Angeles Convention Center (all 800 of you!). I met so many wonderful people, I learned a lot, I saw some old friends and made some new ones. I posted a few photos above (taken by my buddy Dave Moser---you can click on them for a larger view. The top photo was taken during the live bridal shoot that starts the day, then we take those live shots into Lightroom and follow a step-by-step workflow that ends with the final prints coming off an Epson Stylus Pro 3800 right there in the class). Anyway, I just wanted to thank you all for spending the day with me---I really had a blast and greatly appreciate the wonderful support. The next stop on my Lightroom…

    Well, I'm still recovering from last week's Photoshop World up in Boston! I had an absolute blast---met SO many great people---I learned a lot (I actually got to sit in on some sessions), plus I got to play a set with my band "Big Electric Cat" at Jillian's nightclub across the street from Fenway. What an amazing week! Well, now it's this week, and here's what's up: • This kid can shoot! I ran across this site (called LensEvny) of a Photoshop World attendee (he had a blog post about Photoshop World), but it was his photography that really caught my attention (one of his shots is shown above). He's got a couple of great shots he took on at Boston's Holocaust Memorial (I really like the one on the right), but take a moment to scroll down to the bottom of the page…

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