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  • HELLO FROM LAYERS MAGAZINE! If there is one thing that I am enjoying the most out of the last few years, it's the evolution of the Creative Professional. In the amount of time it takes us to say "Iomega Zip Disk" we've seen incredible strides in technology, expression and reach. There are few places in this planet that aren't connected to the Internet, and with that - the playing field has gotten wider. Much much wider. My only job here is to hopefully inspire you to see Photoshop as a tool that is a part an entire toolbox you may -already- know how to use. YOU MAY KNOW MORE THAN YOU KNOW If you're adept at Photoshop, you'd be surprised as to how much you may already know about other tools in the Creative Suite. Take Layers for example. In Photoshop, you can take…

    Hi Gang. It's Tuesday--here's what's up: Even though I provide a detailed step-by-step workbook for people who come to my Lightroom 2 Tour, a lot of folks still take their own notes, on in the case of Amanda Kern (A professor of Graphics Technology, at Valencia Community College), they create SketchNotes (like the one seen above, which Amanda created during the day). She posted a number of these SketchNotes from the day on her blog, and they're just so clever I thought you'd get a kick out of seeing them (here's the link). Thanks Amanda, for letting me share these über-doodles with my readers. Yesterday my Photoshop User TV co-host Dave Cross posted a link to a downloads page within Adobe where you can download some of the filters and things Adobe quietly removed in Photoshop CS4 (things like Extract, Pattern Maker, and Picture…

    ..an incredibly talented individual, co-host of Layers TV, Photoshop World instructor, one of the most creative guys you'd ever want to meet, as well as one of the most genuine, my good friend and general boy wonder, "RC Concepcion." RC is so good at so many things (from photography to Photoshop, from Dreamweaver to Flash, from Web Design to Illustrator), that I have no idea what he'll show up with tomorrow, but I can tell you this---I can't wait to read it. Make sure you check back tomorrow to see what RC has up his sleeve.

    ...and a couple of bug fixes, too! Here's a list (from Nikon's support site) of what's included in this free downloadable update, which was released on Friday: The Highlights playback option has been moved from Display Mode > Basic photo info > Highlights in tthe playback menu to Display mode > Detailed photo info > Highlights. The size and color of "Demo" displayed in the monitor with playback when No memory card? in the Custom Settings has been set to Enable Release have been modified. The range of settings available for ISO sensitivity settings > ISO sensitivity auto control > Minimum shutter speed in the shooting menu has been increased from 1/250 - 1s to 1/4000 - 1s. When shooting in hand-held live view mode and the frame is magnified prior to autofocusing, operation has been modified so that display returns to the magnified…

    Here's Joe like you've never seen him before, 'runnin' and gunnin,' with on-location small flash, in this very cute teaser for his new "Light Shaping Tools, part 2" online class at KelbyTraining.com. In his class, he shares his thought process for lighting and shooting in a mix of indoor and outdoor locations with small off-camera flash (after you watch the short video---and you gotta watch the video--here's the link to his class, and the full course outline). {module:video_otrelease_oct30}

    Happy Halloween everybody!!! Here's some quick news nuggets: If you're in New York this weekend, check this out; Jay Maisel is giving his incredible talk on "Light, Color, and Gesture" at 1:00 pm on Sunday, Novemember 2nd, at B&H Photo's Event Space, in their Headquarters at 420 9th Ave. in New York City. The talk is free, but space is very limited. More info here. Matt and I have been "gently teasing" (wink) our Photoshop User TV co-host and good friend Dave Cross, because he's uses the Bridge rather than Lightroom. We're totally (mostly) kidding him, but he got us back this week by creating a "Bridge Rocks" t-shirt for Adobe Bridge users that is actually very cool (that's it shown above), and best of all; you can actually order one yourself through Cafe Press. Here's the link to Dave's daily blog with more…

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