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  • ...the action packed, talent-packed, hand-pruned by McNally, won in a card game photography assistant....the boy wonder himself, Brad Moore. I gotta tell ya, Brad has a wild (and surprisingly true) story for his guest blog post tomorrow, so be sure to stop by tomorrow and take a peek into the wild world of Brad Moore, man of mystery. If you love a good story, he'll make it worth your while.

    True story: While I was on my recent vacation in Egypt, my sister-in-law felt she had to call me just to let me know that there were not one, not three, but actually nine American Bald Eagles perched in my back yard. And though once again, I had missed them, my friend (and Santa Fe Workshop Student), Steve Rogers happened upon the Eagle shown above, not more than a hour or so from where I live here in Florida, and captured it in flight. In his email to me, he wrote, "I remembered from your blog you had a bald eagle around your house a few weeks ago. Well, I drove away this evening and saw one flying near my house. I fumbled around and got my D300 and clicked away before he flew off. I didn't get any world-class photos, but here's one…

    Last week I saw my first copy of Bill Fortney's amazing new book, "America From 500 Feet, II" which is a stunning photography book of images of the American landscape, taken from an Ultralight airplane (as seen above), over a period of one year, by two incredible landscape photographers: Bill Fortney and Mark Kettenhofen," and I was blown away. We all were. His original book, "America From 500 Feet" still holds the record as the best-selling aviation photography book in history, and this new project, if possible, is even better. The images are so dramatic, so beautiful, and so compelling, that it makes you see the American landscape in a whole new way. They include some great stories from their year on the road, and the entire hardcover book is beautifully laid out, presented, and printed. It would make a perfect holiday gift! You…

    Hi gang---just a few quick things to take us into the weekend: I came across some cool, quick-little "case study" videos from professional retoucher Jean-Michel Massey, which show the evolution of a commercial retouch, and I thought the videos were fascinating (Jean-Michel has some mad skills). Here's the link to check them out. My buddy RC "Rico" Concepcion (Ed Note from RC: “This was actually done by one of our regular readers, Firgs. Big thanks!) did something fairly horrible to Matt, Dave, Corey, himself and I (a still from it is seen above) that is just really, well…you've got to see it for yourself. It's called "Elf Yourself" and if you've got two seconds, and don't mind seeing grown men looking fairly ridiculous, check it out right here (totally for laughs). Photographer Janine Smith (who was at my LA Lightroom seminar yesterday), turned me…

    Wow---what a great day yesterday in LA! The crowd was absolutely awesome, and we just had such a blast!!! (photos above by Matt Kloskowski) Tom Hogarty, Adobe's Lightroom Product Manager, flew in for the day to help field questions from the nearly 700 photographers on hand, along with my buddy Matt Kloskowski, and between the three of us, we were swamped all day. Also on hand was our recent guest blogger, concert photographer Alan Hess, who posted some very cool shots from the day (including a slick pano of the meeting hall) over at his blog (here's the link). Matt is picking up the tour next year with his first tour stop being Covington, Kentucky on January 23rd. If you want to sign up, here's the link for all the details. Thanks to everyone in LA for being so much fun. I really got…

    I'm teaching my Lightroom Live Tour in Los Angeles today, so I'm just going to do a quick Q&A to address some things that happened earlier this week regarding my post on the introduction and pricing of the Nikon D3x. Here we go: Q. First, did Douglas Sonders Guest Blog yesterday kick major butt or what? A. Absolutely! I was so tickled to see the level and depth of what he showed. A lot of people promise to show you "the whole thing" but then fall short, but I thought Douglas really delivered, and if you look at the comments from yesterday, he just got an awful lot of new fans. Well done, Douglas! I'd love to have him back again for sure! Q. You've taken a lot of heat because you mentioned on Monday that Nikon introduced a new camera. So, are you…

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