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  • http://youtu.be/dhlQBzQeNUo Every once in a while I write a book on something that's way outside my usual Photography and Photoshop topics, like a few years back when I wrote a short hardcover book for guys who didn't want kids (trying to explain why they're missing out on about the greatest thing ever!). Well, this book is certainly something different for me, and it's on a topic that I would have ever dreamed that I would write. I hope you'll take a moment and watch the short video above about why I wrote it and who it's for. Also, if you order (or download) a copy, know that 100% of the profits from the book will go to the Springs of Hope Orphanage in Kenya.  NOTE: on the video it says that's its only available in ebook format at this time (it's now in the…

    Adobe has asked me to show off some cool new Photoshop stuff (along with some other hidden gems), and the whole event will broadcast LIVE and you don't want to miss what's next in Adobe's Creative Cloud. When: Next Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 Time: 10:00 PST (1:00 pm New York Time) Where: Here's the link.   The Photoshop Guys will be helping out in the live chats; answering questions and generally being pesty, so I hope you'll join us all online for this very slick event. Lots of cool stuff to share. See you then! :-)

    http://youtu.be/iIfzx-0_EEM Our buddy, lifestyle photographer Erik Valind, was in town taping a class for Kelby Training Online and I snagged him as my in-studio Guest for a special "Holiday Gifts for Photographers" episode of "The Grid" (our weekly talkshow for photographers). These are an entirely different collection of gifts from my "Gonzo Gear Guide" that I published here on Monday --- these are all entirely new, awesome, super useful (and mostly inexpensive) yet totally cool gear for the photographer on your Holiday Gift List (except Erik apparently has the holiday gift budget of a neurosurgeon but I will say, even though some of his suggestions cost a bit more, he picked some really great values, including a lens deal that really surprised me). You can watch our Gift Guide for Photographer episode above. Happy shopping everybody! :)

    http://youtu.be/6nYnTYhQNqE Photoshop User TV Have you watched the latest episode of Photoshop User TV? You might want to if you haven't, considering it might be the only episode that's ever featured an Academy Award nominee! Aaron Blaise, who animated characters for movies like The Lion King, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and directed Brother Bear (which landed him the Oscar nomination), stopped by to show how he develops a character for the screen from sketch to finished image. He wowed Corey and Pete on set, and is wowing viewers as well! KelbyTraining.com Trying to figure out how to work your iPad into your photography workflow? Or maybe you want to create your own iPad app... Terry White's latest classes on KelbyTraining.com will help you figure out how to do both of these! In Creating an iPad app in InDesign, Terry walks you through the…

    I'm honored to be back here for a second time as Scott's guest blogger. Like my last post, I'm going to share some non-technical thoughts because it's too easy to get lost in gear and megapixels. It's hard to believe I've been a professional photographer for as long as I have, but here are a few things I've learned along the way. People Still Love Prints Technology is awesome. I sleep with my iPhone next to my bed and am at my computer within minutes of waking up. Photos look great on the iPad and my online portfolio is an important marketing tool. But physical prints are still king. When is the last time you held one of your favorite images in your hands, printed on 11X14 heavyweight matte paper? Try it. Have a real print made, frame it, and hang it on the…

    Welcome to my “7th Annual Awesome Holiday Gear Guide.” I think what has made this guide extra awesome the past couple of years is that I’ve really tried to focus on choosing great value-for-the-money gear. As always, this year’s gear guide is packed with some really cool stuff that we absolutely, positively don’t need on any level, but we desperately want because that is, after all, half the fun! The only thing better than actually buying cool gear for someone you love is having someone you love buy you cool gear (kidding—kind of). So, without further ado (that’s right—everything up to this point was “ado”), here’s this year’s collection of really cool, handpicked gift ideas. (Remember my motto: It’s perfectly acceptable to buy gifts for yourself if it has lots of buttons or any kind of LCD screen.) THE RULES These are my self-imposed…

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