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    This is totally un-Photoshop or photography related, so you might want to skip this, but my wife and I were having a discussion over breakfast last month that sparked this post, and I just felt I had to write about it, even though it's well outside my usual area of reporting. I usually like to start my day by checking the news, and I usually start by taking a quick look at both CNN.com and Fox News.com (that's my attempt at trying to get both sides of the story), but I've gotten to the point that I don't want to read the morning news anymore, because they include so much tragic news of children being horribly abused, or women being killed or raped, and children being killed, that I don't start my day informed---I start my day depressed. I want to read about politics,…

    I wanted to extend my congratulations to the 2007 winners of the Photoshop User Awards, the worldwide Photoshop competition (produced by the National Assn. of Photoshop Professionals). We're sending this year's Best of Show winner (and a companion) to Maui, Hawaii (including roundtrip airfare, hotel, transfers, and daily expenses) for inspiration in creating the cover image for an upcoming issue of Photoshop User magazine. And this year's Grand Prize winner is... Gregory Carter, of Santa Ana, California for his winning entry, "Take the Field" The winner in each category receives a prize package, valued at over $2,500 from competition sponsors: B&H Photo, Imagenomics, Peachpit Press, Kelby Training, Layers magazine, and of course NAPP. And, the winning image in each category will appear in a special issue of Photoshop User magazine. Here's a list of this year's category Winners (you can see the Best of…

    Here's some Thursday-type news: The wonderful Laurie Excell (One of the gifted trainers at DLWS [the Digital Landscape Workshop Series], the expert behind NAPP's Gear Desk, and the woman behind "The Equipment Lady" site you've heard me talk about here on the blog), is hosting a series of on-location "Nature Safari's" this year, and her first one is coming up here in Florida, on March 3rd - 7th at Ft. Desoto Park. Laurie is a kick-butt photographer (that's her image above) and trainer, and if you get a chance to learn from Laurie----jump on it! (I'll be there for a day or two myself). Here's where to get all the details (hope I'll see you there!). Just a heads up: Matt's brand new "Layers" book is now in stock at Amazon.com, and B&N, and people are already talking about it. Get 'em while the…

    This new class, from Vincent Versace, went live last week on Kelby Training.com (our online Photoshop and Photography training classroom), and it's already one of our "most watched" classes. The class (which is not really for beginners), takes you through the steps you need to analyze and retouch a photo in 15 minutes flat. It's very cool stuff, and ideal for people who kind of already are comfortable with using Photoshop, and are ready to move to that next level in their retouching skills. You can take Vincent's class, and all of our other online courses (including new classes from Moose Peterson , Eddie Tapp, Matt Kloskowski, Joe McNally, Dan Margulis, Katrin Eismann, Dave Cross, Bert Monroy, John Paul Caponigro, and myself (among others) by subscribing for $199 per year or $19.95 monthly, for unlimited access to all courses (Of course you get a…

    Howdy, folks. Here's whaz up: Yesterday was Lightroom's one-year anniversary (for the actual shipping product), and my hearty congrats to Adobe's Lightroom team for changing the way we work forever. PhotoshopNews.com had a couple of great stories yesterday covering the anniversary, including one on the significance of Feb. 19th, and a fun post with a "Do you remember where you were when Photoshop (and Lightroom) shipped" question, that's a run read. Here's the link to PhotoshopNews.com to check them out. The new issue of Adobe Magazine (the quarterly PDF mag free from Adobe) is now available right here (thanks to John Nack for pointing this one out). Vincent Versace, Photoshop World instructor and author of the highly acclaimed "Welcome to Oz: A Cinematic Approach to Digital Still Photography with Photoshop" has a fascinating on location workshop coming up called "A Photographic Exploration of India"…

    My buddy, and Photoshop User TV co-host Dave Cross is debuting a brand new Photoshop Tour (produced by Kelby Training), called the "Maximum Photoshop Tour," and it kicks off in  Oklahoma City on February 28th, and then goes on to Richmond on March 18, and then Los Angeles on March 25th. This new seminar features five brand new sessions, including: Avoiding the "Gotchas" Photoshop Fixes Selection Secrets Get Smart with Photoshop Seven Functions You Never Use But Ought To. The full-day seminar is $99 (just $79 for NAPP members), and you can see the full class schedule, and register by clicking here. Congrats to Dave on launching this new nationwide tour!

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