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  • Photoshop Hall of Famer (and the father of modern color and color correction in Photoshop), Dan Margulis, has just released a new online class at KelbyTraining.com on Advanced Photoshop LAB Color techniques, called "The LAB Color Frontier." Dan is guy who started the "Lab Color Revolution" that's been taking place in the Photoshop community and I have to tell you; I'm blown away by the some of the stuff Dan's teaching. Here's the link to Dan's class, but I'm going to see if on Monday I can post a short video here of Dan describing the class in his own words, so make sure you check back then.

    There's been a lot of talk on the web for the past week or so about a new DOT/TSA regulation that affects air travelers who fly with extra rechargable batteries for their cameras, flashes, even laptops, and it had a lot of us up in arms. Luckily, there's a great Web site called "Flying with Fish.com" which is dedicated to issues with air travel for photographers, and they tackled the topic, and got a clarifcation of the new rules, and things are not as nearly bad as they once seemed. Here's the link for the real scoop on the "You can't fly with camera batteries anymore" panic that's been sweeping the web. Our thanks to Steven Frischling over at Flying with Fish for tracking on this down, and for creating a valuable resource for traveling photographers.

    We probably don't make a big enough deal about it, but I think one of the coolest things about the Photoshop World Conference & Expo, is that you can sign up to have your photography or design portfolio reviewed, by some of the leaders in our industry, for free! It's the "for free" part that gets me, because although a number of conferences charge as much as $150.00 for one-on-one portfolio review, ours our available for free to any conference attendee (on a space-available basis). Anyway, it's one of those "best kept secret" type of things I think it's just really cool (and incredibly invaluable), so if you're planning on coming to Photoshop World in Orlando (April 2-4, 2008 at the Orange County Convention Center), make sure you sign up to get your portfolio reviewed soon! Here's the link for more info on the…

    Last year when I shot the Chicago Bears, I was literally the only Nikon shooter on the sidelines (believe me, I checked). It was a sea of gray glass, so I stuck out like a sore thumb. When I shot the Tampa Bay Bucs a few months back, there was actually one Nikon shooter out there, so I wasn't totally alone (but almost). But last Sunday I was at the Bucs vs. Giants playoff game (my buddy Dave bought me playoff tickets for Christmas; 35 yard line---2nd row. It made our embarrassing loss even more vivid---kudos to the Giants though, who played a really great game). Anyway, it was about 15 minutes before kickoff, and two photographers were standing just off to our right, and son-of-a-gun if both of them weren't shooting Nikon D3s (with long glass). I had to point it out to…

    A number of people have emailed (or posted here on the blog), that we should have a flickr group where people can upload their before/after photos after they've used my "Photoshop Seven Point System." Well, you got it! Here's the link to the flickr group, and there are already people posting their before/after images to it. If you've done some, I invite you to join in (it's open to any one using "The System"). Here's the link.

    This was my first time attending PPA's Imaging USA Expo, and I have to say, I was very impressed. Every PPA event I've ever been to has been first rate, and Imaging USA was no exception. Since this was my first time, I didn't know what to expect, and I was definitely surprised at some of the things I found, and here's a quick run down of my impressions of the show: There were far more booths selling Photoshop plug-ins and pre-made actions that I had expected, and they were getting a lot of interest from attendees. Both Nikon and Canon had some of the biggest booths---they were always packed, and there was plenty of buzz around them at all times. Both had some of their top pros doing presentations on the show floor, and they were as informative as they were inspirational. Just…

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