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  • I saw it--one of the first copies off press of what I truly believe will be the single most important photography book of 2008; Joe McNally's "The Moment it Clicks." (Published by New Riders). I have to tell you---I was blown away. I had seen galleys, mock-ups, and proofs, but there's nothing like seeing "The real deal," and it was just stunning. This sounds cliché, but I couldn't put it down. In fact, I literally took it to lunch with me on Friday (my wife was thrilled, and made some remark about what a fun date she must be if I have to bring a book along when we go to lunch. I did let her look at it though. Believe it or not--it helped). Anyway, it was amazing to see the way his images and real life stories seamlessly wrapped around all the…

    A new online class, the first of five lighting classes, from world class shooter and renowned instructor Joe McNally, has just gone live on KelbyTraining.com. It's shot on location in a photography studio, and Joe literally starts from scratch teaching the basics of a single-light portrait shoot using a variety of light-shaping tools, from umbrellas, to diffusers, reflectors, and softboxes, with special bonus sessions on Ring Flash, and he ends up with a bonus on-location sunset with a ballerina on the beach at sunset that is just amazing---you see the shoot unfold live as they race the setting sun to "get the shot" before it's too late (and boy does he ever get the shot!). Here's the link for the full description, and you can watch three sample sessions from this new class absolutely free. Very cool stuff!!!

    It's Friday everybody, and you know what that means! (You do know, right?). That's right, it's time for the Friday News Wrap-up (and weekend sports with Gail Fisher). Hang on, here we go: When I was looking through that UK-based magazine Digital Photographer earlier this week, I saw a double truck (two page spread) ad for Canon's 40D, and the ad's background was a sweeping sunset shot, but when I read the headline I just burst out laughing. It read, "I gaze at the sunset with the woman I love, and think....f/8 at 1/250." You just gotta love that (if only it didn't ring so true)! Sony is hosting a huge, worldwide photo competition that it's vying to make the "Oscar awards of Photography" and the deadline is right around the corner; January 31, 2008, so if you're interested, check out their site at…

    Howdy folks. I've returned from my trip out West, and I'm back in the saddle again. Here's what's going on: Digital Photography magazine (another UK-based photography magazine), did a shoot out of noise reducing Photoshop plug-ins, and their winner was a plug-in I've never heard of before called "Neat Image." Here's what Digital Photography said, "Neat Image scooped the first prize due to its simplicity, features, and impressive results" and they praised it for its ability to reduce noise without making the image blurry. The other programs in the shoot out were Noise Ninja and Noiseware Pro (the plug-in I use for noise reduction). If you have any experience with Neat Image, let me know. Here's the link to Neat Image's web site. You guys have heard me talk about Jeff Revell (from Jeff's Photo Gallery blog), a number of times, and this week…

    It's Wednesday (in case you totally lost track of what day it was), and here's what's up: First, I was thrilled to learn that in the February issue of PPA's Professional Photographer magazine they gave my book, "The Photoshop CS3 Book for Digital Photographers" their highly coveted 2008 Hot One Award. I feel especially fortunate as it was the only book to win a Hot One award for the year (here's a link to the complete list of 2008 winners). My thanks to the editors at Professional Photographer----I'm so honored you chose this book! :) I was reading Pro Photo (the UK-based magazine), and saw an article that talked about the "Flaghead Ringflash Adapter," which turns your Nikon or Canon hotshoe mounted flash into a ring flash. Flaghead is a UK-based company, and I haven't found anyone selling it in the US yet, and…

    .....it's going to make a lot of people very happy! (Myself included). So here's the scoop: one of my meetings during my trip this week to Adobe's Headquarters was with the Lightroom team where they're showed me where Lightroom is going in the future. I'm under a Non-Disclosure Agreement with Adobe, so I can't reveal any specific features, or when Adobe plans to release it, or anything like that, but I can tell you this; I was very impressed (OK, a bit giddy was more like it). As Lightroom Product Manager Tom Hogarty mentioned in his blog post on Monday, to get all the things included on my 2.0 wishlist (now known as "our mutual wishlist" because your ideas are more important than mine) would take literally years (and after meeting with them, I have a much better understanding of why). In the coming…

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