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  • Jeff Revell over at PhotoWalkPro had a post last week that left me speechless. It was a series of ads for the Cape Times newspaper (in Cape Town, South Africa) that showed photos taken the day before tragic losses of human life. The one above, from that series, has the caption, September 10, 2001 (I'm showing it here in US date format). The series had a number of different images, and it's worth taking a moment to see these powerful images and what they represent. Kudos to Jeff for uncovering this (here's the direct link).

    If there is some lingering question in your mind of what's actually in a "McNugget," then one can only imagine what's in a "News Nugget." Well, imagine no more, friends; here's a tasty box of Tuesday News Nuggets (now with added nutrients and infused with a hint of magnesium and zinc): OK, it's pretty clear by the reviews, Joe McNally's written the photography book of the year (which is already going on it's 2nd printing), but who's going to write the "Photoshop book of the year?" I'd put my money on Matt Kloskowski's soon-to-be-released (about two weeks away), new book, "Layers: The Complete Guide to Photoshop's Most Powerful Feature" (from Peachpit Press). I've seen the book (while it was in its final stages of production), and Matt just plain nailed it! If you've been dying to finally really understand layers, and start using them…

    After last week's now infamous "8 second gap" I somewhat hesitate to say this, but tonight, there is a more than a reasonable chance that at 1:30 am (same time in each time zone), Photoshop User TV will make it's "real" television debut on Fox Business channel. So now, there's another reason to stay up late tonight---because at this point it's more than a Photoshop show---it's a soap opera (Will it air tonight? Did they time it right? Did the tape get there in time?----the only way to know for sure, is to stay up late with Dave, Matt, and I as we sweat each and every cable-delivered moment). So, don't touch that dial, pour yourself an extra cup of hi-test, sit back and at 1:30 am you'll be treated to either "The Photoshop Guys" or an informercial for "The Juicer" (which is what…

    (Note: This is the "non-Photoshop, non-photography" piece I talked about on Friday--see Friday's post). I think many of us can look back on where we started and point to an event that changed the way you think, or the way you did business, that helped get you where you are in your career today. Mine happened about 16 years ago. My wife I had started a graphic design company, based in a one-room office we sub-let in the back of a direct mail business. My graphic design hero back then was Clement Mok. If you're a designer today, you're no doubt familiar with Clement's amazing work (he was the graphic designer on Apple's original Macintosh team, and built the foundation of Apple's graphic "look," but that's just one stop in his amazing design career). Anyway, I just thought he was "the man." It was…

    The first in a series of online classes from Photoshop Hall of Famer, and Canon Explorer of Light, Eddie Tapp, created exclusively for KelbyTraining.com just went live late last week. Eddie's first course for us is called: "Key Photoshop Techniques" and the class includes an introduction to Photoshop Blend modes and Masks as well. Check out a free preview of Eddie's new class right here.

    I know it's out of character for me to blog at this late hour, but I just found out about something cool happening tomorrow, and thought you'd want to know about it tonight. Shawn King (the host of the popular Your Mac Life radio show, and digital photography hound dog), is hosting a worldwide "PhotoWalk" tomorrow (Saturday) morning from 9:00 am to 9:10 am (Shawn doesn't have a very long attention span). ;-) You only shoot between those 10 minutes, then you upload your favorites to a flickr group Shawn has created for the PhotoWalk. He plans on doing it on the 9th of every month, and tomorrow's the first one, so don't miss out. If I'm anywhere around a camera at 9:00 tomorrow morning, I'm going shoot like blazes for 600 seconds. Here's the link to Shawn's site with all the details. We…

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