Hey gang, Brad here with the latest happenings and news. Just a few things to talk about today, but they’re some pretty cool things! :)

  • The brand spankin’ new iPhone Book (by Scott Kelby and Terry White) is now available! This fourth edition has updated info for the iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, including all the stuff you need to know to get the most out of this handy gadget. You can order your copy from Barnes and Noble or Amazon (or both!).
  • You can catch legendary sports photographer Bill Frakes TODAY at 2:00 pm EDT on a free webinar with  called “Sports Photography: Understanding Motion and Emotion.” It’s presented by the Manfrotto School of Xcellence, where you can also find archived webinars from other photographers, including Joe McNally! (If you missed Bill’s guest blog earlier this year, you should go back and check it out here)
  • Wacom recently rolled a very creative ad campaign featuring Joel Grimes, Nancy Stahl, and… Scott Kelby! It’s showing up in magazines and online, but the cool part is the website they’ve created that’s the heart of the campaign.  It features videos from each person showing you their workflow and how their Intuos 4 tablets play a vital role in their creativity. Not only that, but you can view and download each person’s settings to use for your tablet! Check it all out right here.

That’s it for today. Stop by again tomorrow to see shots from the LSU vs. North Carolina football game he shot last Saturday!

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  1. I have been watching these webinars lately and I love them! I watched OnOne today and last week the Nik webinars. I have learned so many things new about software I’ve had for years. How can you beat free? ;)

  2. The new iPhone book looks cool, can’t wait to check it out.

  3. Has anyone noticed any performance problems with the Intuos 4 with Lightroom 3.2? I have and Wacom said others have as well.

    • Carolyn:

      I use the medium Intuos 4 with LR 3.2 and the only problem I have had is the picture zoom feature on the wheel not working. It zooms the brush size instead. This is when the wheel is set to position #1 or position #3. Works like it is supposed to in CS5.


  4. Hi there to All, has any one seen what has been posted on the Popular Post section “It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring Zack Arias!” if your into Porn sites….. Some people have nothing better to do with them selfs!!!!!

  5. I NEED HELP to send a message to someone whole stole my photo and claimed it as their own.

    This lady took my photo and posted it on flickr and claimed it as her own. I had Yahoo remove it, and now she has the guts to say that she can’t believe that she is being accused of this. The original photo was posted here on this site:

    She has blocked my comments on flickr so I can’t even defend myself here. Please go here and make my voice heard. Thanks

    Steve Devries

  6. Hello there, I have posted all the published works of the image that was stolen

    If you could add that to my last comment, that would be great.


  7. thanks for the sports pg webinar.

  8. Just saw this on slashdot – 24fps HDR video using two Canon 5D MKIIs – and thought it might be a good thing for a Thursday news post!


  9. I don’t have a smart phone, but I read in the paper today that Droid is poised to take on iPhone. Are you doing anything with the Droid?

  10. Hey Scott,

    Just heard from Amazon (UK) that my pre-order for Adobe Photoshop CS5: Professional Portrait Retouching (Voices That Matter) has had its date moved to March 2011!!!!

    Please type faster.

    Yours impatiently


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