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  • Here are some shots from a Bridal Shoot I did yesterday at a Catholic church in Clearwater, Florida (click on it for a larger view). The images haven't been retouched in Photoshop yet---you're seeing a straight capture of them taken in Lightroom's "Lights Out" mode, in the Grid. The shots were taken using the same one-light Elinchrom On-Location studio lighting set-up that I talked about on the final day of Lighting Gear Week (An Elinchrom Ranger RX Kit [flash head and battery pack], with a 53" Elinchrom Midiocta softbox, mounted on a rolling Avenger boom stand. We also used a reflector for some of the shots, but mostly just that Elinchrom). We shot inside the church, and then outside in the portico, but still used the Elinchrom for everything except two of the shots you see here. They were shot with a Nikon D3,…

    Last week I saw my first batch of copies of my new book, co-authored with my buddy and fellow Photoshop Guy, Matt Kloskowski, "The Photoshop Elements 6 Book for Digital Photographers." This is the first version of the book that Matt and I have worked on together, and I'm am just thrilled with how it came out. This new version covers all the new features in Elements 6, but we added lots of new techniques, and I did an entirely new section on Camera Raw processing in Elements 6, which is infinitely more powerful than it was in previous versions, plus I added a special section on workflow, and Matt brought his bag of tricks to the table, and well...there's lots of cool new stuff for Elements users. Matt is a brilliant teacher who really brought a lot to the book, and I think…

      One of the highlights of the Photoshop World Guru Awards competition is the presentation of "The Vincent Versace Award for Digital Photography Excellence." This is a special category within the photography category, and the winner of this prestigious award is chosen by Vincent himself. This year, the winner of "The Vinny," is coming home with more than just the trophy. Take a look at what Vincent has lined up for this year's winner: An Epson Stylus Pro 3800 printer A Nikon D60 Digital Camera outfit Xrite's Color Munki calibrator/profiler Both Expo disks and the depth of field guides ALL of NiKsoftware's software ALL of onOne Software's software ALL of the current DVD titles from Acme Education and a signed 24x30 Versace original print The winner will be announced during the Guru Awards ceremony next week in Orlando, Florida as part of the Photoshop…

    I'm so excited to share the news that David Ziser's Live On Location class for Wedding Photographers, called "15 ways to make Your On-Camera Flash Take Better Photos" is now up live at KelbyTraining.com. I've been to David's pre-conference on-location wedding shoot workshop at Photoshop World, and I can tell you first-hand that David is not only a world class photographer, but an absolute world class instructor as well, and he shares what he's learned with the heart of a true teacher. If you've always wanted to take a class with David, well...now's your chance (this is just the first class, of five that David has taped for us live on location). Here's the link David's Class at KelbyTraining.com.

    Here's some news. Quick. For everyone who's emailed me asking about "The Missing Boom Arm" info from the studio lighting day from my Lighting Gear Week last week; RC Concepcion figured it out for me (Thanks RC). The Avenger D500 20" Boom Arm is $32 (here's the link). Dave Cross has been out on the road with his new tour, and one of his attendees posted photos and a full review of his day at Dave's "Maximum Photoshop CS3 Tour" in Richmond, VA earlier this week. Here's the link to the review and photos. (NOTE: Dave's in LA next week, on the 25th, so don't miss it!). Not only are people talking about the cover design for my buddy Matt Kloskowski's Layers book cover (designed by the amazing Jessica Maldonado), somebody is actually showing you how she does it. We found a tutorial on…

    I've had so many people emailing me about the EL-Skyport wireless flash triggers I mentioned here last week during "Lighting Gear Week," that I thought I'd pull this video clip, which aired on last week's episode of Photoshop User TV where we had Mark Astmann from Bogen Imaging (the US Elinchrom distributor), on the show to show how the Skyports work (I do a live demo with Mark, and RC Concepcion is there with me doing the shooting), and you see it all right there live on the set. It's a short clip, so just click on the video below to give it a look. I think you'll be impressed (at the Skyports, not with me and RC). [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/vlAjHQJsMbA" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /]

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