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    Hi everybody, and greetings from Photoshop World Las Vegas. :-) Yesterday afternoon I snuck out for a shoot at the Valley of Fire National Park, about an hour or so outside of Las Vegas, and it was really a blast. I was invited to the shoot by Canon's Steve Inglima (who runs Canon's Explorer of Light Program--that's Steve back in the cave), and we were joined by two other Explorers of Light; renowned landscape photographer Steven Johnson (on the far right in the hat), and the amazing Eddie Tapp, along with Judy (Eddie's sweetie, who happens to be just a wonderful photographer, specializing in portraits of children, and mother/child shots), next to me. I took around 245 shots on our 3+ hour hike/shoot and the photos above were taken with a Canon 5D, and a 16-35mm f/2.8 lens (click on it for a much…

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    After my Lightroom Seminar I had just an amazing night, as I spent half of the Bears/Browns NFL game at Solider Field in the Bear's own Luxury Skybox, as a guest of the Bear's Chairman Michael McCasky (who's not only a true gentleman, but one heck of a photographer), and the other half on the field shooting the game from the sidelines. What an absolute blast!!!! I didn't have the glass with me that I needed to shoot the game the way I would have liked (I needed a really fast 400mm, but only had a 200mm f/4), but I was having so much fun runnin' and gunnin' that it didn't get me down. I haven't really had a chance to go through all the images, but here's a few of the first ones I got. Thanks to Michael, and his wonderful family, for…

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