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  • I just found this link (thanks to Google Alerts) to a review of my Lightroom Live Tour in Tampa, over at "The Photo Enthusiast." Besides the review, they've got some really great photos of the event and if you've got a minute, it's worth a quick look. Thanks to Laurel and Aaron for being a part of my Tampa Lightroom seminar, and for sharing your experience with your readers. :) Here's the link.

    First, thanks to everyone who came out to my Lightroom Live Tour in Tampa Yesterday (photos above by Matt Kloskowski). I met some really great people, including a number of folks who read this blog daily, and that was really a kick. It was great seeing some old friends, and making some new ones! Now, onto the news: If you're a Mac user that updated to Mac OS X Leopard, you probably already have found out that Lightroom 1.2 (the latest current version) won't print, but Terry White over at Terry's Tech Blog has indicated that a "dot" update is coming soon from Adobe which will fix the problem. Here's what Terry wrote: "If printing from Lightroom is critical to your workflow, then you might want to hold off a bit until the Lightroom dot release is available. Currently under Leopard switching to the…

    Hi gang: It's a "light" blogging day, since my class starts in about 20 minutes (We're totally sold out for this event, and I've got lots of friends here today, like RC, Corey, Matt, Dave Cross, Rod Harlan, Larry Becker, and well…pretty much everyone I know. The shot above of me signing some 7-point-system books, was taken by Larry Becker). So, the big news today is who won the iPhone. AND THE WINNER IS....... Randy Kashka from Lafayette, Oregon Thanks to everyone who entered! Just remember; just because the contest is over, doesn't mean you can't head over to Amazon.com or Barnes and Noble.com, and buy the book. In fact, I highly recommend it. ;-)

    Before we get to the news; I hope I'll see you tomorrow at the Tampa Convention Center for the only Florida stop of my Lightroom Live Tour. The final stop will be in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 3, so if you can't make Tampa, this is a semi-legitimate excuse to go to Hawaii on a "Business trip" (wink, wink). Here's a link to the Tampa Seminar details. Now, onto the Monday News: Apple released Leopard (their latest Operating System, which totally rocks by the way) on Friday night, and by 6:00 pm EST Terry White (from Terry's Tech Blog) had posted the "Green Light" for Leopard compatibility with Photoshop CS3, InDesign CS3, and Adobe Illustrator CS3. Here's the link to Terry's site, which includes a link to Adobe with their offical details on which applications are affected by the Leopard update; and which will…

    A couple of weeks ago, RC, Corey, Matt and I were sitting around talking about photography, as we basked in the afterglow of a triumphant Bucs win (which sadly we did not enjoy yesterday after our one-point loss to the Jaguars). Anyway, we wound up discussing what we feel comfortable doing to our photos, and the more we talked, the more it became clear that each of us has our own personal "Photoshop Moral Code" or our own "Photo Editing Code of Ethics." Basically, since none of the four of us are photo journalists, I guess we each keep an internal list of what we will or won't do to a photo, and still be able to sleep at night. Now, as a "Photoshop Guy" you'd probably think that since I know how to do a lot of things in Photoshop, that I'd want…

    Here's what's up to take us into the weekend: Last Month, NAPP (The National Assn. of Photoshop Professionals) launched a new weekly news show (hosted by NAPP's own Executive Director Larry Becker), with the latest scoop on new discounts, special deals for members, and much more (it's pictured above). It's already become hugely popular with members, and if you're a NAPP member you can watch it right online on the NAPP member's home page. Terry White has just released his 2nd annual Holiday Gadget Guide, and it's just packed with the latest gadgets, electronics, video gear, and all kinds of cool stuff for the gadget freak in you. It's very well thought out, and produced from top to bottom. This is a must-download (it's a PDF). Here's the link. I just checked and right now Barnes & Noble.com has my new Photoshop 7-point System…