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  • My best buddy, shooting partner, travel agent, our Chief Operating Officer, and general all around beloved guy Dave Moser is getting married. Dave is incredibly blessed to have found a really wonderful woman and she will become his bride tomorrow morning during a beautiful seaside ceremony. I'm so honored to be Dave's Best Man, and be a part of this very special day, which I predict will be the most heavily photographed wedding in the state of Florida this year, as just about everyone in attendance is a photographer. I predict no less than 122,000 images will be taken during the short 18 minute ceremony (I feel bad for the wedding photographer he actually hired to shoot the wedding—every time he presses his shutter, another 70 or so shutters will be going off as well, and probably at least 30 or 40 flash units).…

    I'm already back from Photo Plus up in NYC (up and back in the same day), and I had a really great time. My buddy Mike McCaskey joined me for the day and we trolled the show floor looking for cool stuff. I was fully expecting that Apple would be releasing Aperture 2.0 at the show (it's been 2 years since the first version launched), but it was not to be. However, Apple was there with a sizeable booth presence, right up front. Adobe's booth was absolutely jammed (as expected), with demos of Photoshop CS3, Lightroom, and Camera Raw. Epson's booth was another mob scene, and they had big name photographers signing prints output on their beautiful Signature Worthy Exhibition Fiber Art paper. Everybody was there checking out the paper, and the printers. We had a 20x20' Kelby Training Booth where I did two…

    Last week, Epson announced their groundbreaking new Signature Worthy Exhibition Fiber Art paper, and after I wrote about it here on the blog, Jeff Revell (Over at the popular Jeff's Photo Gallery Blog), did a post (he called it a rant), about Epson's choice of only offering European paper sizes here in the U.S. (you can read Jeff's rant right here). Once we got our hands on the paper (and totally freaked out), I invited Epson's Dan Steinhardt (everybody knows him as "Dano"), down to shoot a special segment for Photoshop User TV (you know this has to be some incredible paper to do a special segment on it. In fact, we've NEVER done a segment on paper, but this warrants it). Anyway, Dano happened to mention that he read Jeff's comments and had an "unofficial" response, so here it is in Dano's unofficial…

    Here's one more for this week's DLWS workshop in Cape Cod. I have to say, the DLWS experience is really like no other. Although it's absolutely a first-rate, professionally produced from top-to-bottom workshop, it somehow maintains a really fun, "you're one of the family" feel, that is really unique to them. It takes the whole workshop to another level, and it reminds of the same feeling you get at Photoshop World---where there's this buzz that runs through the whole event. I have to give the credit to Moose Peterson and his organization, because from the moment you walk through the workshop door, you know that they're really passionate about what they do, and how committed they are to making sure you get the most out of the workshop. My thanks to Moose, Sharon, Joe McNally, and Laurie Excell for their hospitality, and for sharing…

    Today I'm up in New York City for the PhotoPlus Expo, which starts today and runs through Saturday. I'll be doing a few sessions in the "Kelby Training" booth on the show floor today, so if you're up in NYC for the show, make sure you stop by and check out my portrait retouching sessions. , and I'll be checking out the latest gear, and reporting back on anything really slick I run across. I'll be dangerously close to B&H Photo, so I fully expect to come back with a lighter wallet. :) Now, onto some Thursday News Stuff: Derrick Story has a great interview with Photoshop Elements Product Manager Mark Dalm (who is really a terrific guy, with a really engaging personality---the kind of guy you'd hope was managing a product as important as Elements), over at this Digital Story Podcast, and if…

    Thanks to msacks and wade who both posted comments asking if they could see the "before" untouched shot of the house image (shown above--click for a larger view), to see how the Seven Point System was applied to create the final image posted yesterday. I also think it's helpful to see the "before" windows (the open windows I covered), and the large truck and the DLWS van on the sides, which I had to clone out, though the edge vignette effect (which is also included in the Seven Point book, even though it's not one of the "Seven Points"), did help to minimize distraction around the edges of the image, too. Thanks again to msacks and wade for the suggestion. :)

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