Workspace

In Freelance and Business, GEAR, Workflow & Technical Issues by David4 Comments

When I first started blogging I did a Home Office Smackdown and readers sent in pics of their home offices. Very complicated. A friend, Jordan Nielsen, posted something similar this morning and in a moment of boredom I decided to play along and will link this to his comments. I invite you to link yours in mine. Why? Why not? …

Wednesday Miscellanea

In GEAR, Workflow & Technical Issues by David2 Comments

Scott Kelby has finally come to his senses and abandoned his No Blog Wednesday policy in favour of Guest Blog Wednesdays. It’s clear the man needs a break, but why make us suffer, right? (Totally kidding, Scott!) – Head over to Photoshop Insider for the first guest post by Vincent Versace. If  you’ve been enjoying my recent rants on the …

Mpix – Silly Name, Incredible Prints

In GEAR, Workflow & Technical Issues by David6 Comments

This is likely not the first time you’ve heard about Mpix.com but I need to add my voice to the chorus praising their service and quality. While I was down at NAPP HQ last month, Scott Kelby was showing me some of the prints he’d had done by Mpix on the Kodak Metallic paper and folks, I was blown away. …

Lightroom Release Announced

In GEAR, News & Stuff, Workflow & Technical Issues by David1 Comment

Adobe has just announced the full release of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It’s hitting the market at $199USD and ships on February 19. More details here on the Lightroom product site and here on the Rob Galbraith site. In brief, it’ll ship February 19 and the intro price is $199USD, which will go up to $299 after April 30th.The current beta …