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  • .....sports portrait photographer, blogger, and post processing shark; Dustin Snipes. My assistant Brad Moore had turned me on to Dustin's very cool work about a month or so ago, and he's also got a great blog (here's the link) where he gives some background into his shoot (including production shots). He's got a very cool post-processing effect for his images, and he's planning a post-processing technique for his guest blog post tomorrow, so I'm pretty psyched to see it (though he's not just a post-processing guy----his lighting and composition is spot on). So, make sure you check back to catch his Special Guest post.

    I don't normally do book reviews, because I don't think it's right for me, a Photoshop and photography book author, to publicly criticize another author's Photoshop or photography instruction book. It just ain't right. Luckily, with this book I don't have to (which is why I'm making an exception and doing a book review). I just got a copy of "Footprint Travel Photography" by Steve Davey (published by FootPrintBooks), and I have to tell you, I'm very impressed. Here are seven things I love about this book: The author is a great travel photographer, and this book is loaded with this beautiful images. It's got a nice, clean layout that makes you want to read the book It's broken down into short, digestible one, two, and four page sections on a particular topic or idea. The author writes in a very conversational style, and…

    One of the highlights of my trip to San Francisco was getting to see the Hearst Gallery's retrospective on one of the most brilliant digital artists of our time, our good friend (and Photoshop Hall of Famer) Bert Monroy. What an amazing exhibition (and beautifully presented by the gallery---kudos to them for an outstanding job). The gallery was closed that day, but Bert arranged for us to have a private tour with him, and it was just amazing. I've seen Bert's amazing photo-realistic work many times over the years, but seeing it at that scale really revealed the incredible detail that he puts into his work. The shots below give you just a glimpse at the retrospective, and besides his work (all output on the latest Epson printers---including an entire section of the exhibit printed on large canvas), they had a number of important…

    I can't believe it's already Friday. Here's what's up: On Tuesday I came into my office and sitting on my desk was something that made my whole week. One of my readers here on the blog had sent in a $1,000 donation check for the Springs of Hope, Kenya orphanage. Talk about being humbled by someone's genorosity. I continued to be so impressed with the way you all have stepped up to make such a difference for these kids. (Note: I just heard from Molly & Joesph that a shipment of freeze dried meals arrived today at the orphanage----enough for 60,000 meals! Whoo Hoo!) Dave Cross has had two very interesting folks in his popular "Finish the Sentence" feature; Katrin Eismann, and Dave Cross himself. Here's the link to give it a quick read (I always find this feature really interesting). There's an in-depth…

    Hi gang: I'm back from a couple of days out in California (including a full day out at Adobe HQ), and here's what's up: First, what a incredible post yesterday from photographer and educator Chris Orwig. He had a record-breaking 157 comments, and truly inspired and moved a lot of us. His images were fantastic, his words were powerful, and he really hit one out of the park with his wonderful post. Way to go Chris---you rock!!!!! National Geographic posted this year's winners from their popular "World in Focus" photography competition, and there are some amazing shots there. Here's the link to check out some of the winning images. Just a reminder: The Photoshop World $100-off Early Bird Special ends in 29 days, so if you're thinking of going, make sure you sign up now to take advantage of that $100 off the conference…

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