Tuesday, December 26, 2006

10 Free Prints from Wal-Mart

I don't print from Wal-Mart and don't necessarily recommend it. But if you use it here's 10 free prints to the first taker.

1. Go to Walmart.com/photo/duracell
2. Enter this code: 5P52-4AUV-UP52-UZT9
3. No account? Create one so Wal-Mart can credit it.
4. Add your photos to Walmart.com and order.
5. Redeemed credits will be applied toward your prints at checkout.
6. Place your comment on this post so I can tell folks that the code has been used.
7. Enjoy.

If you're wondering, the code came from a Duracell battery charger. That Canon 420EX of mine really eats the AA's. It'll save the wallet in the long run.

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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Photoshop CS3 Beta Release

If you haven’t gotten your beta release of the new free Photoshop CS3 public beta yet, get it now (for Windows or Mac).  Wired has the scoop on the release.  Adobe has been more than generous with the Lightroom public betas.  However, I should warn you that I think Adobe is stringing us along like a crack dealer by giving us a free peek at the goods only to cut us off when we get addicted.  If you shoot RAW and haven’t tried Lightroom yet, you should.  It’s all I use for my RAW workflow and I know I’ll be shelling out the two or three hundred bones for the final release after the beta has expired.

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Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Looking for a New Lens?

Shutterbug has a new article, A Trio Of Tamron Zooms, which features the following lenses:

Depending on your intended application, you might fancy one of these lenses if you're looking to expand your current DSLR kit. The 17-50mm and 28-200mm lenses are available in both Canon and Nikon mounts, while the 70-300 lens is available in Canon, Nikon, Sony/Minolta and Pentax mounts.

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