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    So stop doing it!  Really, It really takes no time at all, but I hate having to do it to your images…

    Bold statement, huh?  As the Photoshop Guy that’s focused on one mission – taking Photographers to the web- I’ve spent a lot of time wondering about the recent movement to make your pictures as ugly as possible with Watermarks. The practice has come to fever pitch in Photoshop CS5.  Try as we must to share with you how awesome all of the other technology that Photoshop CS5 is bringing us, I invariably get the same question:

    “With Content Aware Fill, can people remove watermarks even easier?”  I usually tell people “Yup.  But anyone with a decent amount of skill in the Clone (nee, Rubber Stamp) tool could have at your images just as fast. ”

    You shouldn’t spend so much time worrying about watermarking your images. Anyone halfway decent will be able to rip them off, and you will be “DigiSlapped” 3 times.

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    Hey everyone!  With Scott being out, I figured i'd jump in here and share a couple of things that i've found on the internet that I think you guys would enjoy Zacuto Knocking it out of the Park: The 2010 Shootout The folks over at Zacuto have been doing a bangup job at this passion project of theirs: The HD DSLR Shootout of 2010.  As you know, there are a ton of people out there that are using DSLR cameras in the world of video.  One of the common arguments that you've seen in this space is the comparisons between what these DSLR cameras can do and what traditional film in this space can do.  The guys over at Zacuto decided that they would make a series that was impartial to vendors and actually go out and test the cameras with some of the…

    Thanks to everybody who posted questions yesterday, and who asked questions during our free CS5 Live Webinars yesterday (don't forget, we're going two again today---one at 1:30 pm EDT and one at 4:00 pm EDT. Here's the link to join in). We'll be answering your questions again later today live, but in the meantime, here's a few from yesterday's post and launch stuff: Q. I’ve got CS4 right now and want to start doing HDR’s… Should I upgrade to CS5 or go buy Photomatrix Pro? A. Think of it this way: If you buy Photomatix Pro, you get HDR. That's it. If you upgrade to CS5, you get HDR, Content Aware Fill, world class noise reduction, incredible masking features, built-in automated lens correction, better Raw processing, a better way to manage your images from within Photoshop with Mini Bridge, and a ton of other…

    Don't Miss Adobe's CS5 Launch Event on Monday Next Monday, Adobe is taking the wraps off Photoshop CS5 (and the rest of the Adobe Creative Suite), with a global launch event. Without stealing any of Adobe's thunder, I can tell you hands down that it's one of the most important, and robust upgrades in years, so you don't want to miss it (and yes---your mind will be blown!). Here's the link to attend this free online event. Moose's After Show Coverage Photoshop World instructor, Moose Peterson, did a great photo slideshow (using Animoto) featuring images and video he took during Photoshop World. It does a great job of showing another side of Photoshop World, and if you've got a quick sec, check it out right here. (It looks like Moose had a lot of fun that week!). Meet Me In Chicago on Friday I…

    OK, I'm Kinda Psyched I mentioned earlier in the week that I had shot the Honda Grand Prix Indy Race on assignment for wire service Southcreek Global Media, but I was totally psyched when I saw that one of the Indy Car images I shot that day was featured on their Home Page in their "Recent Coverages" section (as seen above). Hey, it's a start. :) Camera GPS Smackdown! My buddy Terry White did an in-depth review and look at the different devices and their specs for embedding GPS data into your DSLR photos, and you can check it out right here. Neutral Day Reviews My Photo Recipes DVD/Book Combo I just found this in-depth review of my Photo Recipes "Behind the Scenes" DVD, and while they say "it's not for everybody" they do a really good job of explaining who it is for…

    Earlier this week I got my hands on the latest version of one of my favorite plug-ins, Topaz Adjust, which now sports a clean, new very, very, very Lightroom-like interface. In fact, if you use Lightroom plug-in version of Topaz Adjust 4, you might not even realize you’ve left Lightroom, as the layout is so similar. That’s not a criticism---you open it and you immediately know how to get around, and how things will work, and that’s not a bad thing. [Photo above by Stephen Gober]. I use the Topaz Adjust 3 plug-in quite a bit, and this upgrade (which is free to existing customers, which is awesome) is a big step in the right direction. Here's what the gang at Topaz says is new 4: ...includes many new presets, the ability to handle larger images, a new user interface, faster noise reduction, and…

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