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    A few weeks back I mentioned that for Father's Day my wife bought me the Gitzo Traveler Tripod, along with a Really Right Stuff BH-40 Ballhead, and I've had a number of emails, and some posts, asking about my experience with both. I'll start with the BH-40 ballhead, which is the first recipient of my new "Scott Thinks It's Hot!" Award (as seen in the logo above, designed by NAPP's creative director Felix Nelson as a takeoff on one of my other favorite logos; the "Hot Now" sign at Krispy Kreme). The "Scott Thinks It's Hot!" award is kind of like this blog's "Editor's Choice" award or "Hot Pick" award, and will only be awarded to products or services that: (1) I fall hopelessly in love with, and (b) I actually use myself. So, if you see that logo on a product in my…

    This is a shot I took of the Nubble Lighthouse in York, Maine taken on Friday during a daytime scouting shoot (click on it for a larger view). I broke 'the golden rule of landscape photography' by shooting in the middle of the day, but remember; this was just a scouting shoot to see if I could find a decent location to shoot the Lighthouse from. If I came up with a decent shooting spot, I would drive back and shoot it again another day in either at dawn or dusk, (but since dawn here is around 5:13 am and I'm on vacation...it would definitely be a dusk shoot). Because of the cloud cover that day, the light wasn't too harsh, but every time I look at that shot, I think to myself "Boy, if I had just shot that in good light...." Anyway,…

    Not just shooting, but learning Lightroom, and Photoshop, and you're not just shooting with me; the real stars of this show (and the other people you'll be shooting alongside and learning from) are three of this industry's most gifted, most talented, and fun digital photography instructors on the planet: Moose Peterson, Laurie Excell, and Joe McNally as the Digital Landscape Workshop Series (DLWS) heads to Cape Cod, Massachusetts. I am so honored to be asked back to teach a little with "Moose and the Gang" at this amazing workshop, which runs from Oct. 14-17, 2007 (if you register right now you can snag one of the few remaining spots, and before you know it you and I will be standing around, at the crack of dawn, coffee cup in one hand, tripod in the other, saying things like "I can't believe I'm up this…

    "The Photoshop Guys" have a new TV studio, a new set and new look, and today we're revealing our long-awaited our new official name, which is "Photoshop User TV" (produced by Photoshop User Magazine and the National Association of Photoshop Professionals--NAPP). S0, the name NAPP TV rides off into the sunset, as Photoshop User TV goes "On The Air!" Now, because I'm on vacation I honestly have no earthly idea where they taped this show this past week's episode, so I'll be downloading it just too see what they came up with. When I get back from vacation, we'll be putting the finishing touches on the new studio, and kicking off the new set and look, so I'm really excited to get back and see how it's progressed, but since the name is now official, I thought I'd "spill the beans" here on the…

    Here's a couple of quickies: Finally, there's a free Photoshop plug-in that lets you upload photos directly from Photoshop to Flickr.com (albeit, one at a time, but hey—ya gotta start somewhere, right?). Click here to download the free plug-in (there's one version for CS2, and an updated version for CS3). If you've ever struggled with understanding Histograms, check out this in-depth article called "Histograms, Huh?" from Aaron over at Single Serving Photo. Click here to go there. We're taking our buddy (and Photoshop genius) Bert Monroy and his Photoshop Creativity Tour up to Canada starting, um.....well.... today, where he's in Vancouver. But his next stops are in Calgary on the 18th; Toronto on the 20th; on to Montreal on the 23rd, and then wrapping up in Ottawa on the 25th. To catch Bert's tour, visit PhotoshopSeminars.com Just a quick heads up if you're into…

    My brother Jeff and I went shooting for an hour or so last night after dinner. The sky had great color but all the good clouds were pretty much behind us, but we had a blast just being together and shooting anyway. At one point, I took a shot, looked over at Jeff who was shooting nearby and said "I think I just qualified for the 'Cliché Maine Harbor Shot' Hall of Fame." We stood there laughing until what was left of the good light went away. :) Anyway, here's a couple of shots from tonight's shoot, (click on them for a larger version---if you dare). ;-)

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