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    We got there early enough to get in position for sunrise and that moment when its beautiful light first kisses the front of this wonderful landmark on the beach (click on it for a larger version). INFO: Taken with a Nikon D200 on a tripod, using a Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 lens at 22mm, at f/8, with the ISO set at 100, and the shutter speed set to 1/8 of a second. I'll post more when I get a chance but we've been just goin', goin', goin! (but we're having an absolute blast). Last night I also did a session where I turned them on to my new "Photoshop 7-point System," which really struck a chord with the class, big time!

    This past Sunday, I got the chance to present a live version of my new "Photoshop 7-Point System" to MacGroup Detroit (the group founded and run by the amazing Terry White), and I have to tell you; I've never received a warmer welcome for any speaking engagement ever. As we drove up to the conference hall, members of MacGroup were standing outside, each holding a letter that spelled out "Welcome Scott," (photo above by James Cutler) and they had balloons and even a gift of a stars and stripes "Rocky" jacket, that they had me put on as soon as I stepped out of the car. For photos of the event itself, visit Terry's Tech Blog by clicking here.  Thanks so much to everyone at MacGroup Detroit, for their gracious hospitality, and for making me feel so welcome. You guys are just the best,…

    We had a glorious dawn shoot this morning along the Cape's blustery coast, and although I haven't had a chance to process any images from this morning yet (we're back in the classroom right now), Joe McNally's assistant Brad Moore was kind enough to take this shot of "the DLWS gang" (pictured here, L to R, are: Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, Laurie Excell, and myself). Click on the image for a larger view. Also, make sure to scroll down to the next post to catch my just announced new "Win a free iPhone" giveaway.

    Hi everybody, and greetings from blustery Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. We're up here for the Digital Landscape Workshop Series (DLWS), with Moose Peterson, Joe McNally, and Laurie Excell, shooting some of the wonderful Cape scenery (This is posted a few hours before our dawn shoot, so if I get anything decent, I'll post it here). In the meantime; here's some quick news: I was really happy to see that the gang at PixelGenius has now added the Epson R2400 to their list of supported printers for their free downloadable color profiles for Epson's new Exhibition Fiber Paper. Way to go, guys! :) I might have mentioned this before, but if I didn't---I sure should have: The new issue of "The Blind Monkey" (which is a wonderfully produced quarterly PDF newsletter from kick-butt photographer Andrew Kornylak) is now available. The PDF is free, and absolutely…

    Just a few weeks ago, when I was doing my GAPW photo workshop out in Montana, Barney Streit (one of my students in the workshop----a really great guy and accomplished photographer, who I'd met at a previous workshop), turned me on to an HDR program he uses that just might make an HDR believer out of me after all. The program is called Photomatix Pro, (available for Mac and Windows) and it makes the process of combining multiple exposures into a single HDR image much more simple and straightforward. In the example shown above (photos by Barney Streit); the top photo is the regular correct exposure for the building, which was shot in flat overcast mid-day light. The bottom photo is the HDR image which displays a much broader dynamic range. That image was processed in Photomatix Pro, from nine separate photos (all shot…

    For about the past two years, I have been in search of the perfect camera bag. It's been a frustrating two years during which I've bought about every make and model out there. Generally, they've been either too big and bulky or if they're smaller, they're not big enough to hold what I need (which for me, is basically one body, and three lens [including a full-sized 70m-200m f/2.8], and an Epson P-5000, a battery charger, a cleaning kit, a Hoodman Loupe, a Cable Release, a closeup filter, and a flash). A couple of months ago I was up at B&H Photo in New York, and I wound up, once again, in their giant camera bag dept. and I saw this bag (The LowePro Pro Mag 2 AW) and thought, "Well, here we go again," and so I bought it, brought it home, and…

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