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    It's Friday; I'm teaching Lightroom in Atlanta all day today, so how is it that I have news? It's because I posted it at 1:00 am on Thursday night (I shouldn't have had that fifth cup of coffee). Here's what's goin' on: The Inside Digital Photo internet radio show (Podcast) did an in-depth interview with me, and it just got posted (you can just go to their site and click to listen to the interview right there on their Web page---no iPod necessary). Scott Shepard's the host, and he asked some questions, and brought up some topics I don't normally get asked, so I hope you'll find it interesting. Here's the link. Adobe has released a free update for the CS3 Bridge (Bringing the Bridge to version 2.1) and beside addressing some issues, it has streamlined and enhanced some existing features. For more details,…

    Ya know, it seems like only yesterday I was in this airport (actually, it was, as I returned from San Jose on a red-eye), but now I'm on my way to Atlanta for my Lightroom Live! tour tomorrow (Friday). There is some big news today: Adobe released a pretty significant upgrade to Camera Raw today (taking it to version 4.1). Adobe had announced it earlier in the week, but now it's actually available for download, and besides adding support for some of the newest cameras, it adds new sharpening controls, better noise reduction, and really slick new features that make it a must-download upgrade (especially since its free!). You can download Camera Raw 4.1 (for Mac and Widows) by clicking here. Well, it's time to board, so we'll catch you tomorrow with my Friday News Update. Have a great day everybody, and to everybody…

    I'm proud to announce that Nikon, Inc. has just come on as a co-sponsor of my new Lightroom Live U.S. seminar tour (joining Epson, Westcott, Peachpit Press, and Dell). During the day, we have three live shoots (A bridal shoot, we shoot live Calla Lillies, and we have a live portrait shoot), and I shoot with both a Nikon D2Xs and a Nikon D200 during these shoots. The next stop for the tour is Friday in Atlanta, and then I'm up in New York City on Thursday, June 7th at the Jacob Javits Center. For more info, or to sign up, visit PhotoshopSeminars.com If you're at one of these next two events, please join me in welcoming Nikon (and don't forget to come up and say "hi" if you read this blog). :-)

    Replacing what would normally be the Monday News Update, but it was a holiday and blah, blah, blah. Right now I'm out in San Jose, California at Adobe's HQ for some meetings today, and it's 3:32 am EST, but I can't sleep. You know why? Because I haven't posted my Tuesday news. Here goes: You know I'm a sucker for those before/after retouching sites, and add a celebrity retouch or two, write a few words in Russian, and I just can't say no. Check it out right here. Moose Peterson (master of wildlife photography and Photoshop World instructor) has been digging deeper into finding "The Perfect PC Laptop." He ran a very informative piece last week on his Dell Precision M65 laptop (which he calls his "Road Warrior"), and he included some info on his desktop machine as well. If you're hard on your…

      OK, it's not a beautiful view of the kit (it's from B&H's site), but it's the same Lighting kit (using Westcott's TD-5 SpiderLites) I've been using on my Lightroom Live! Tour (not to be confused with B&H's Scott Kelby Location Kit, which isn't lighting at all—it's diffusers, stands, Justin clamps, and reflectors for shooting with multiple wireless dedicated flashes, like Nikon SB-800s or Canon Speedlights). Once you see these these SpiderLites in person, you have to have one (OK, two). Having continuous, cool, daylight fluorescent studio lighting that's always on, and they're so easy to work with it's like cheating, is just incredibly compelling once you see it live. (I did a studio shoot using SpiderLites and my buddy Terry White came along, and he was so impressed with them, that he got online and ordered his right in the lobby of his…

    On this Memorial Day, just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. All we have of freedom, all we use or know - This our fathers bought for us long and long ago. ~Rudyard Kipling, The Old Issue, 1899

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