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    Now that our newly launched Online Training Subscription Service is one month old, I thought I'd share a quick look at where we're going and where we've been. Starting From Scratch: Any time you launch something new like this, you hold your breath. You just do, because no matter how many estimates you've compiled, or projections you've made, and bandwidth you've alloted; and meticulous plans you've laid; you just don't know until you launch. In our best case scenario, if everything came together just right, we were hoping to have 300 subscribers at the end of our first month. If we somehow hit 500 subscribers by month's end, it would have been nothing short of an absolute grand slam home run. Here's what we hadn't counted on; More than 2,200 subscribers!!!! We are just floored! The word of mouth from our students has just…

    Here's what goin' on: Nikon just intro'd a new DSLR (the Nikon D60---photo above courtesy of Nikon), and two new lenses (the wide-angle PC-E NIKKOR 24mm f/3.5D ED with perspective control, and AF-S DX NIKKOR 16-85mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR lens). Get the full scoop where I got it; Moose's News Blog. (While you're at Moose's blog; make sure you scroll down a bit and check out some of the amazing shots he got in Yellowstone at their most recent DLWS workshop. Incredible!). If you've read this blog for any time at all, you already know I'm a Gitzo tripod freak, and if you've got the Gitzo fever, too; then check out the new Gitzo Tripod Configurator, which helps you find which Gitzo tripod is right for you based on how wealthy you are (OK, I'm kidding ...but it doesn't hurt). Actually, it helps you…

    We had Dan "Dano" Steinhardt from Epson on as a guest on this week's episode of Photoshop User TV, and he's got an amazingly simple little trick for creating black and white prints (without converting your color image to black and white) on Epson printers. He also brought some printed samples on the show to show the results, and if you've never struggled with B&W, it's definitely worth watching (you'll be amazed at how simple this is, for the quality of the final print it delivers). Here's the link to watch it online.

    I saw it--one of the first copies off press of what I truly believe will be the single most important photography book of 2008; Joe McNally's "The Moment it Clicks." (Published by New Riders). I have to tell you---I was blown away. I had seen galleys, mock-ups, and proofs, but there's nothing like seeing "The real deal," and it was just stunning. This sounds cliché, but I couldn't put it down. In fact, I literally took it to lunch with me on Friday (my wife was thrilled, and made some remark about what a fun date she must be if I have to bring a book along when we go to lunch. I did let her look at it though. Believe it or not--it helped). Anyway, it was amazing to see the way his images and real life stories seamlessly wrapped around all the…

    A new online class, the first of five lighting classes, from world class shooter and renowned instructor Joe McNally, has just gone live on KelbyTraining.com. It's shot on location in a photography studio, and Joe literally starts from scratch teaching the basics of a single-light portrait shoot using a variety of light-shaping tools, from umbrellas, to diffusers, reflectors, and softboxes, with special bonus sessions on Ring Flash, and he ends up with a bonus on-location sunset with a ballerina on the beach at sunset that is just amazing---you see the shoot unfold live as they race the setting sun to "get the shot" before it's too late (and boy does he ever get the shot!). Here's the link for the full description, and you can watch three sample sessions from this new class absolutely free. Very cool stuff!!!

    It's Friday everybody, and you know what that means! (You do know, right?). That's right, it's time for the Friday News Wrap-up (and weekend sports with Gail Fisher). Hang on, here we go: When I was looking through that UK-based magazine Digital Photographer earlier this week, I saw a double truck (two page spread) ad for Canon's 40D, and the ad's background was a sweeping sunset shot, but when I read the headline I just burst out laughing. It read, "I gaze at the sunset with the woman I love, and think....f/8 at 1/250." You just gotta love that (if only it didn't ring so true)! Sony is hosting a huge, worldwide photo competition that it's vying to make the "Oscar awards of Photography" and the deadline is right around the corner; January 31, 2008, so if you're interested, check out their site at…

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