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    Nikon gave their first public showing of their newly announced D300 and D3 DSLRs at Photoshop World last week, and I got to spend some time with the both, and I was just blown away. They have really taken things to a whole new level, and it created a real buzz on the Photoshop World Expo floor. Although I won't get to really put the D3 [photo above courtesy of Nikon] through its paces until my workshop out in Montana next week, I did get to crank off a few shots on the show floor so I could try out some of the new features, and I was really tickled (OK, giddy is more like it). First, the larger screen on the back of the camera just rocks. It's so crisp, clear, and incredibly bright (even on the well-lit expo floor, it was as…

    I caught the red-eye out from Vegas Photoshop World straight to DC for my Lightroom Live Tour today, where we have over 700 photographers signed up for the full-day workshop. I'm totally psyched! :-) I got to do a little shooting last night with my buddy Dave Moser who flew with me to DC (seen above to my immediate right), where we met up with Jeff Revell (far right) and Mike Myer (far left) for some shooting around "The Mall." (I know, it's very touristy, but I'm a sucker for that stuff up here). The shots (click for larger versions) were taken with a Nikon D-200 (which I'm shooting tomorrow at the seminar), using a 17mm-55mm f/2.8 lens for the wide shots, and a 70-200mm f/2.8 for the long shots, on a Gitzo Mountaineer Tripod with a Really Right Stuff BH-55 Ballhead. I'll have…

      Hi Everybody! Sorry we had to experience "No Blog Thursday," but it was just crazy yesterday (absolutely a blast, but still crazy). Later today I'm going to try and toss up some photos (I only have one class to teach today; Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks, so my schedule isn't as crazy). Yesterday we kicked things off with the opening keynote, and this year we had a Motown Theme, which featured a live performance from that fictitious 1960s Motown singing group, "Scott Kelby & the Histograms." Then we made some major announcements about NAPP (scroll down to the next posts for that), and then Adobe's John Loiacono gave a very cool presentation, which included a sneak peek at the new online version of Photoshop, called Photoshop Express. John Nack (who's here at the show), has a post on this blog today about the…

    I am absolutely thrilled, honored, and just plain excited out of my mind to announce that Bert Monroy (Photoshop author, artist, and instuctor extrodinairre), has joined the NAPP team full time, and will be creating exclusive content for NAPP members around the world. Bert is a icon in this industry, is a gifted Photoshop trainer, and is regarded as the absolute master of Photoshop illustration techniques. Honestly, there is just nobody like Bert, and to have Bert join our team is really a dream come true for us, and a tremendous boon for our members who will get to learn directly from this Photoshop Hall of Famer. So expect to see a lot more of Bert in our mags, in our live seminars, on Photoshop User TV, and pretty much everywhere, 'cause this guy is just amazing!!! For more on Bert, and to see…

    Another announcement from yesterday's Photoshop World keynote was that the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) has now surpassed 70,000 members. This is a true testament to the real passion people around the world have for Adobe Photoshop and the community that has grown to support it. We when started NAPP, nearly 10 years ago, we never dreamed that one day it would grow to become what it has, and it's so gratifying to see so many members from around the world helping each other, supporting each other, and coming together as part of this global community. I don't think there's ever been another program that has the power to bring users together like Photoshop does, and my hats-off, and a sincere congrats to the amazing people at Adobe who have created something amazing, that it has literally changed our world. Thanks to all…

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