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    "The Photoshop Guys" take you live On Location to Adobe's CS3 Launch Event in New York City (held earlier this week), in a special bonus episode of Photoshop TV. It features a look at the sights and sounds of this amazing event, plus we were honored to have one-one-one interviews with Adobe's CEO Bruce Chizen, and Adobe's VP of their Creative Solutions Business Unit, John Loiacono (who's also the featured keynote speaker at Photoshop World Boston next week!). You can watch this episode right now online at http://www.photoshoptv.com

    If you were thinking of taking us up on that offer of a FREE Expo-only pass at Photoshop World in Boston next Thursday, here's another reason to come: O'Reilly Publishing is hosting a series of free Photoshop sessions at their booth on the show floor, featuring some of the leading Photoshop authors, including Photoshop Hall of Famers Deke McClelland, Katrine Eismann, and Eddie Tapp, along with authors Derek Story, and Peter Krogh. You can find O'Reilly's class schedule by clicking here, and you can get your FREE Expo pass at the Photoshop World Web site.

    I did an on location portrait shoot this past Sunday with New York Yankees Second Baseman, Miguel Cairo. The shoot took about one hour, and was done using one Nikon SB 800 flash along with my "Location Lighting Set-up" (the one B&H Photo has put together for me) with its Lastolite Diffusers, stands, and one reflector. I was lucky enough to get Corey Barker (the Photoshop Lad) to assist me at the shoot, so we had the whole thing wrapped up in around 45 minutes start-to-finish. Here's one of my favorites (there's a couple of more photos, so scroll down a little further).

    I had a media pass to shoot the game (Yankees vs. Pirates), and I was in the photo pit, next to the Yankee's dugout, near first base, which came in handy later in the game where I got this shot of Miguel standing on first base (he still has his batting helmet on). The shot was taken with a Nikon D2X, in high-speed Crop Mode, with a Nikon 200mm F/2 and a Nikon 1/4 tele-extender. The color version looks great, but when I converted it to Black and White I fell in love with it (and luckily, so did Miguel). I shot alongside some great sports photographers, including shooters from Upper Deck Trading Cards, and AP Sports. I'll post some more shots from the game (I got loads of shots of Miguel, as I was on assignment shooting him, but I also got shots…

    It's Friday, and well…it's Friday! :-)• My buddy Jeff Revell turned me on to this before/after retouching site (called "DigitalRETOUCH"), and it uses a very clever Flash-based method for showing the before and after retouches, color correction and shaping. The image you see on screen is the "after' photo, then you drag a scrubber bar below the photo to the right and as you drag the "before" image is revealed (so you can pause anytime for a split/screen view). Note: before you visit the site, be forewarned there are some fashion photos that contain nudity. Not just nudity, but bare nudie, naked, nakedness). Now that you know; here's the link. •When Dave Cross teaches a Photoshop session, the average size of the class is around 600 people, but for a intimate group of just 20 lucky people, you'll not only get to spend the…

    Here's what's going on:• It's official; Adobe will be making their official CS3 annoucment on March 27th (not just Photoshop, but the full Creative Suite Product Line) at a special "Launch Event" in New York City. As John Nack noted on this blog; this is the official announcement of features; not the shipping date for the product. Here's the scoop straight from Adobe's PR blog. • Even though it's still nearly a month away, the Photoshop World Conference and Expo (coming up in Boston April 4-6) has already broken our all-time East Coast attendance record by more than 300 people, and it's very likely that the conference will reach maximum capacity within just a few day, and be the first Photoshop World ever to sell out in advance. When we reach the sold-out mark, we will start a cancellation waiting list, so if someone…

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