Thursday
Apr
2008
03

Mini Blog

by Scott Kelby  |  0 Comments

Hi Gang:
I’m kind of up to my ears here at Photoshop World, so I don’t really have a blog post this morning (which is why I’m posting so late). I’ve got a 10:45 am class, so I’m preparing for the class, and that sort of thing, so I’ll try to ping back to you guys tomorrow.

In the meantime, don’t forget to check J-bon’s live blog from Photoshop World, right here.

Also, don’t miss DVconfidential.com’s daily video blogs from the show, including an quick interview with Adobe VP John Loiacono on Lightroom 2.0 Public Beta, and a video clip of Adobe’s CS4 Sneak Peek from the Photoshop World opening keynote.

P.S. I saw a number of comments, and posts on other people’s blogs who thought my PageMaker 7.0 post from April 1st, was an April Fool’s Joke. It wasn’t. Here’s the link—see for yourself.

Wednesday
Apr
2008
02

Adobe Reveals Lightroom 2.0 Public Beta at Photoshop World Opening Keynote

by Scott Kelby  |  4 Comments

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Today Adobe announced the release of a free public beta version of Photoshop Lightroom 2.0 (available for free download right now from AdobeLabs.com) and during this morning’s opening keynote at the Photoshop World Conference and Expo (featuring Adobe VP John Loiacono), the 2,500+ attendees will get the first glimpse of Lightroom 2.0 direct from Adobe’s own Lightroom team.

To learn more about Lightroom, visit NAPP’s Lighroom 2.0 Learning Center, or visit Photoshop Product Manager John Nack’s Adobe blog.

Wednesday
Apr
2008
02

NAPP Releases Lightroom 2.0 Beta Learning Center

by Scott Kelby  |  0 Comments

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Just wanted you guys to know that NAPP (The National Association of Photoshop Professionals) has just released a free Lightroom 2.0 Public Beta learning center, with loads of videos (from Matt and I) on all the coolest new features in Lightroom 2.0. Matt and I did a short intro video discussing some of the features, and some things you might find interesting about the beta, and besides all the individual videos we did on the new features, RC has a complete listing of all the new features, and we’ve got some Q&As, System Requires, and lots of links to more Lightroom 2.0 news.

Here’s the link to NAPP”s Lightroom Learning Center.

Wednesday
Apr
2008
02

Available Today: Lightroom 2.0 Power Session Online Class with Matt Kloskowski

by Scott Kelby  |  0 Comments

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With the release of Lightroom 2.0 Public Beta, I’m excited to announce that Kelby Training has just released a brand new online Lightroom 2.0 training course by non other than Matt Kloskowski (my Photoshop User TV co-host, Photoshop World Instructor, Bestselling Author, and host of the popular Lightroom Killer Tips weekly podcast).

This new class is designed to get you up and running fast on all the new features just introduced in Lightroom 2.0 public beta. So, if you’re already signed up with the KelbyTraining.com online subscription training, click here to go take Matt’s Class, and if you’re not, here’s a link to his class with all the details.

Tuesday
Apr
2008
01

It’s Photoshop World Pre-Con Day!

by Scott Kelby  |  1 Comments

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Hi everybody. I’m here at Photoshop World in Orlando, Florida, and today is Pre-con day, so the pre-conference workshops kick off this afternoon; all the instructors have arrived; the show floor is taking shape, and the keynote stage is almost done, and well—-there’s just a lot of excitement in the air (especially when I hobble down the hallways at the hotel and other instructors see me on crutches, and break into laughter).

Don’t forget to catch Jennifer Bontempi’s live blog reports, (we just call her “J-Bon”) which starts today (here’s the link), and if you see me scootin’ down the halls, make sure you say hi, and make, at the very least, the obligatory “break a leg,” joke. It just never gets old. ;-)Wish you all could be here! See ya tomorrow. :)

Tuesday
Apr
2008
01

Another Fresh Example of Why You Shouldn’t Check Your Camera Gear

by Scott Kelby  |  1 Comments

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I know we’ve all heard about stuff like this before, but reading an article in yesterday’s Tampa Tribune really brought it home again. On Thursday, Tampa Police arrested three baggage handlers for Continental Airlines and charged them with selling digital cameras, iPods, Cell Phones, and laptops they allegedly stole from passenger’s checked baggage at Tampa International Airport.

But it was what they said they were getting for the stolen goods that really freaked me out. For a digital camera, they got $50. Fifty bucks for your 5D! Fifty bucks for your D3. Fifty bucks for your D300, or 30D, or Mark III and your lenses. I know I shouldn’t be, but I was still stunned. Now, I know many of you read FlyingWithFish.com, and you know better, but for everybody else, I hope this is reminder that when you fly your camera gear needs to stay with you.

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