PROGRAMMING NOTE: Tomorrow’s we kick off the Photoshop World Conference — the first ever virtual edition, but we’ve worked hard to make it as close to the in-person event as possible. Today we have the pre-conference workshops and tomorrow we kick things off with our opening keynote with a presentation from Adobe. Keeping with tradition, we do have a silly, (I mean awesome) opening movie to kick the event off, and we have everything from the Guru Awards to Midnight Madness, to the attendee party, and so much more. If you haven’t signed up – it’s not too late. Head over to PhotoshopWorld.com for tickets and details. 3-days, 3-full-tracks (Lightroom, Photoshop, and photography), and it’s going to an incredible educational experience all the way around. Hope you can make it.

Apparently, My R6 Was Pretty Messed Up!

Here’s a quick update on my Canon EOS R6’s persistent Error 70 issue. Even after the firmware update to the camera (which I had hoped would solve the problem), it still happened again to me numerous times while I was shooting the Oshkosh Airshow. So, I contacted Canon and they had me try the standard stuff (take the battery out, put it back in, try a different memory card. The process of elimination stuff) and finally when nothing worked they said I’d better send it in for repair (it was still well under warranty).

From the research I’ve done online, there are not many folks out there who have experienced this same issue (figures), so there weren’t many options or fixes or workarounds out there other than sending it back to Canon, so I popped it back in the original box and off it went.

Well, Canon turned it around pretty quickly (like 3-days), and they said it there were “Multiple errors causing power issues,” and they replaced the Main Board and the CMOS Sensor Assembly. So, hopefully now we’re back up and running (won’t know for a few day because of Photoshop World kicking off tomorrow), but that’s it below dressed in factory plastic and it’s ready to rock! I’m not expecting any more issue, but if somehow there is, they will hear my screaming up at the Int’l Space Station. ;-)

My New Lens Is Here!

I placed the pre-order the day it was announced, and just a few days ago I got a notice from B&H Photo (greatest camera store in the world), that my new 14-35mm f/4 RF-mount (for Canon mirrorless) was on its way, and it just arrived. It’ll be a few days before I get a chance to shoot with it, but the fact that it’s 14mm on the super wide end is what made me pull the trigger and pick it up. What a fantastic range (thought that’s probably the last I’ll use my 14mm f/2.8). Very excited about it, and more on it once I get a chance to shoot with it.

OK, my camera’s working again, and I’ve got a new lens, but first – Photoshop World – then we play! :)

Looking forward to seeing everybody this week at the conference. We have really put a ton into it and honoring the traditions and fun of the in-person event and I hope you learn a lot, laugh a lot, and make some new friends in the community. It’s going to be an amazing week! :)

Cheers,

Scott

About The Author

Scott is a Photographer, bestselling Author, Host of "The Grid" weekly photography show; Editor of Photoshop User magazine; Lightroom Guy; KelbyOne.com CEO; struggling guitarist. Loves Classic Rock and his arch-enemy is Cilantro. Devoted husband, dad to two super awesome kids, and pro-level babysitter to two crazy doggos.

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