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  • 1. Did you miss Thursday's "Photoshop World-a-thon?" If you missed Thursday you missed out on a ton of Photoshop and Photography tips. Besides what "The Photoshop Guys" did live on the air (including my live shoot with a "Big 'ol soft box") a bunch of our instructors shared video clips of tips to air on the show, and it was literally packed-full of cool stuff (the idea of course, being we'd give you a sample of the stuff we're teaching in our classes at Photoshop World Las Vegas and that you give you some idea of what we do for three solid days, and then you'd want to come and be a part of it all, and meet everybody in person, and all that. Here's the link --- you can watch the free rebroadcast right now:  http://photoshopworld.com/athon/  http://youtu.be/UumysQmRM_0 2. They say this past Wednesday's…

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    http://youtu.be/PCbrKUPKMXk It's official — the latest book in my series is headed to bookstores in just a few weeks, and the video above tells you what makes this new addition, called "Part 5 — Photo Recipes" different than the rest. You can preorder the book right now from Amazon or Barnes & Noble or direct from us and be the first to receive the book when it ships in a couple of weeks. It's only around $17 street price, which is an awesomely low price (it's about impossible to find something for photography that only costs $17 bucks, right? This puppy is a steal). I'm really excited about this 5th Part to the series — it took an awful lot of work (and I about wore Brad out with all the shoots and travel), but I'm very hopeful it will help a lot of photographers along…

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