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    It's "Blogcast Palloza" as our industry has spawned a few new blogs and podcasts within the last week or so, including some from well known names in the digital imaging arena, so I thought I'd list a few of them here for you: First, commercial photographer (and Photoshop World instructor) Jim DiVitale has just launched his own blog, called "Where in the World is Jimmy D" and you can check it out right here. Rich Harrington (one of our DV gurus who teach on the video track at Photoshop World), has launched a weekly Podcast on Apple's Aperture, and you can find it right here (in HD no less). Don't know if you caught this one, but last week our special guest blogger of the week, John Paul Caponigro launched his own blog (here's the link) Sly Arena (from PixSylated.com) has launched a new…

    My brand new book, The Mac OS X Leopard Book, is back in stock at Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com (the initial shipment had sold out at Amazon), and so I thought I'd do a quick little video about the new book, and about two little bonus things I added to this style of book for the first time. Click on the video below to check it out. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/vOC_a7RU9Nk" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

    ....one of very favorite photographers; one of my favorite instructors, and one of my favorite people; Moose Peterson. Moose is an incredible teacher whom I've learned so much from over the years, and it's a distinct honor to have him as here my Wednesday Guest Blogger, so stop by tomorrow and check in with Moose. :) -Scott

    I've had a number of posts, email, and even phone calls from friends, asking about when they would need a permit to shoot, and how to go about getting one. This isn't an easy question to answer, because every city and every location has its own set of rules (or lack thereof) and most times the biggest problem isn't getting a permit; it's finding out whether you need a permit or not in the first place. Who needs a permit? Again, there is no hard and fast rule about who needs a permit, but generally if you're shooting in a city, from the sidewalk, with a handheld camera (even a professional DSLR), you don't need a permit. However, the moment you decide to unfold a tripod, in most big cities, it instantly becomes "permit time," because now this has just gone from a tourist…

    Our video crew put together a short two minute video clip that really kinda gives you a feel for what being at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo is like. Click on it below to check it out. Also, we're just putting the finishing touches on a free 2 1/2 hour "Best of Photoshop World" online class that we're making available FREE to NAPP members, and it features segments from the some of the classes, behind the scenes footage, a look at some of the latest gear from the tech expo, and loads of other interesting stuff. I'll let you know as soon as it goes live. In the meantime, check out this video. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/7W7M8t2sod0" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

    Here's some stuff to lead us into the weekend: This first thing had virtually nothing to do with Photoshop (but plenty to do with photography), and it is so funny that I just have to turn you onto it. Rate Your Music.com released their picks for the "Worst 100 Album Covers Ever" and it is just a riot---not just the awful covers themselves (which are stunningly bad), but their hilarious comments about them as well (which are totally R-rated by the way, so if you go there, don't say I didn't warn you). There are names on the list you'd expect, like Donny Osmond, and Menudo, but some will really surprise you. Trust me; this will start off your Friday right! (here's the link). Thanks to my longtime buddy Jim Workman who sent the list my way. There's a fascinating article in the current…

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