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  • Hi gang: here's what's up: Future Photoshop Guru Is that an adorable photo or what? That's 2-year-old Stephanie McLemore showing impeccable taste for someone of her young age (photo by her mom, Therese McLemore, taken with her iPhone). The photo came my way courtesy of her dad Sean, who wrote, "She is 2 years old and loves to be like her daddy, she even owns her own digital point and shoot. Even though her technical skills aren't developed at such a young age we still get some unique pictures from her sometimes." Hey, it looks like her technical skills are about to get better! ;-) Thanks to Sean and Therese for sharing this wonderful photo. My Favorite Camera Profile Matt and I were just talking yesterday about what our favorite Camera Raw/Lightroom camera profiles are (these are new in Lightroom 2 and Camera Raw…

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    Howdy folks. It's Thursday; here's what's up: It's our tradition to come up with a new theme each year for the Photoshop World Conference, and this theme plays out through everything we do around the event, from the marketing pieces to the opening keynote, to the signage at the event---even to the outfits our staff wears at the event. Each year also we create an official conference poster for the conference attendees. Well, this year's conference is based on a Football theme, and  Nancy Masse (our in-house social diva and bon vivant) has a very cool post over at the Photoshop World Blog with all of the show posters we've created over the years (and by "we" I mean Felix Nelson, NAPP's amazing Creative Director who created all those posters himself!). The poster on the left above is from 2001, when we did a…

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