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  • Category Archives Updates

    ......the co-host of the popular Layers TV, daily blogger and the man behind one of the most popular Photoshop web-sites; "PlanetPhotoshop.com," columnist for Photoshop User magazine, Photoshop World instructor, and the one they call "The Photoshop Lad," it's my buddy Corey Barker. Corey is one of our industry's most talented artists, trainers, and illustrators. He caught our attention after he won, or was one of the finalists, in every single Photoshop Guru Award category (along with winning The Vincent Versace Award for Excellence in Digital Photography), so it's not surprising that we asked him to join our team full time, and he's had a huge impact, and a rapidly growing fan base, ever since. Make sure you check in tomorrow to see what "The Laddy" has in store.

    ...none other than the "Digital Dog" himself; Photoshop Hall of Famer, Color guru, and one of the principals of "Pixel Genius" Andrew Rodney! I've been a fan of Andrew's for years, and besides having him as my honored guest blogger tomorrow, you can also catch him teaching at Photoshop World, in magazines like PPA's Professional Photographer, and on his site "DigitalDog.net." Make sure you check back tomorrow to catch his special Wednesday Guest Blog post! :) (Note to my readers: So sorry this is going up so late; I've been traveling today [I'm back now], but this is the first chance I've gotten to post since early this morning. More news on why on Thursday).

    Well, it is as long as you live in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, or another major U.S. city, as we ramp up for my totally new "Lightroom 2 Live Tour" full-day workshop. We'll be releasing the exact dates and cities soon, but just wanted to let you know now, that we'll be "taking the show on the road" again this year, because we are so excited about all you can do now in Lightroom 2. (I've got to admit; with the new features just introduced, this tour sure will be a lot easier on me, and everyone that attends, too!). Keep an eye here on the blog for a list of cities and dates. The Lightroom 2 Live Tour is sponsored by: Adobe Systems, CDW, Westcott, OnOne Software, MPIX, Peachpit Press, Layers Magazine, Wacom, NAPP, Canon, iStockPhoto.com, Dell, Corel GraphicAuthority.com, and B&H Photo.

    [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/QirLvas1CxU" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Here's an excerpt from this week's episode of Photoshop User TV; it's my exclusive interview with pro photographer, Photoshop World Instructor, and photographer's rights and copyright advocate Jack Reznicki. Jack gives the step-by-step instructions for how to register your work, and gives important details (including Photoshop settings) for submitting your images. It's some absolutely invaluable information, and a perfect follow-up to my interview last week with copyright attorney Ed Greenberg. Click the Play button above to watch the interview.

    ....my buddy, brazen Canadian, and Photoshop User TV co-host; Dave Cross (a foreign man from a foreign land). Dave came up with an interesting idea for his post that at first might sound like a response or rebuttal to Stephen Johnson's post from last week, but you have to read it for yourself tomorrow because (despite the timing) it's a totally different take on things, and I think you'll really enjoy it.

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    My buddy RC was recently at an industry event and one of the instructors called him over to the side and basically said, “Hey man, be straight with me. Does Scott really write his blog himself, or does he have a team of people that write under the “Scott” name?”

    This isn’t the first time I’ve heard this, and I’ve been hearing similar things for years about my books, so I thought I’d interview myself and come clean about the blog, my books, and some other stuff people ask.

    Q. So, do you really write all this stuff yourself?
    A. Sadly, yes. I write every single word you read here on my blog, and in my books myself. I don’t use “ghost-writers” or anyone else to write the blog or my books, or any article you read with my name on it. I know. It’s a sickness.

    That’s why I needed “No Blog Wednesdays,” because I just couldn’t keep up with all my work duties and the blog. Now, I’ve got “Guest Blog Wednesday” which believe it or not, takes around 30 minutes for me to prepare to post each week, but that still takes less time than writing the blog entry myself, (but it does make me long for “No Blog Wednesday” sometimes). The real problem now is; the stuff my guests have been coming up with has been so great, that now I can’t stop it, and I really look forward to reading their posts!. The vicious cycle continues. ;-)

    Q. Yeah, but what about using “Co-Authors?”
    A. Out of the 50+ plus books I’ve written so far, there were five of those books where I did have a co-author, and my co-author’s name appears on the cover, their photo and bio appear on the “About the Authors” page, and in those cases we split the book 50/50 (so if the book has 10 chapters, I write five chapters and they write 5 chapters).

    Q. So why do you use co-authors?
    A. Sometimes it’s because I wouldn’t have the time to write the book if I did it all myself (figure it this way; it takes half as long to write half a book), and sometimes it’s because my co-author knows parts of the program better than I do. For example, Terry White and I co-author a book called “InDesign Killer Tips.” I’ve been using InDesign for years (I use it every single day), and there are parts of it I know inside and out (like anything to do with Type), but Terry is an expert at InDesign Interactivity, PDFs, creating rich-multimedia documents with InDesign, and a whole lot more, so I called Terry and asked him to do the book with me, and he did a brilliant job. Without Terry’s involvement, I wouldn’t have even attempted the do the book.

    Q. OK, that makes sense, but I’ve got some other personal questions I’d like to have answered. Is that OK?
    A. Absolutely. You’re my favorite interviewer, and besides; I feel pretty certain you won’t ask any questions that I wouldn’t feel comfortable answering.

    Q. I appreciate that vote of confidence you’ve put in me. You’re really quite a guy!
    A. {Blush}. Well, that’s awfully kind of you to say.

    Q. So, “Mr. Write It All Myself,” it’s pretty obvious you’re sponsored by Nikon by the way you’re always pushing their cameras. I guess that’s because they send you all your gear for free, right?

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