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  • Hey, before I mention Terry’s review, I have to stop right now and give a big thanks to Jamie Smith for yesterday’s totally awesome Guest Blog. I loved it!!!! (and I think Jamie has a second career in writing just waiting in the wings). I loved the insights he gave into working for Jay, and I especially dug the Jay Trivia. What a perfect way to kick off our series of Guest Blogs by assistants. :)

    Now, back to the reason for this post: Terry White (over at the popular Terry’s Tech Blog), just posted a review of Westcott’s new Green Screen kit (it’s a crazy inexpensive way to light and shoot people, or objects for that matter, that you want to composite on a different background in Photoshop). Basically, it makes your Photoshop compositing job that much easier (of course, you can use it for video too, where Green Screen is a staple in commercial video and movies).

    Here’s the link to Terry’s review.

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