Hi everybody, and greetings from blustery Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. We’re up here for the Digital Landscape Workshop Series (DLWS), with Moose Peterson, Joe McNally, and Laurie Excell, shooting some of the wonderful Cape scenery (This is posted a few hours before our dawn shoot, so if I get anything decent, I’ll post it here).

In the meantime; here’s some quick news:

  • I was really happy to see that the gang at PixelGenius has now added the Epson R2400 to their list of supported printers for their free downloadable color profiles for Epson’s new Exhibition Fiber Paper. Way to go, guys! :)
  • I might have mentioned this before, but if I didn’t—I sure should have: The new issue of “The Blind Monkey” (which is a wonderfully produced quarterly PDF newsletter from kick-butt photographer Andrew Kornylak) is now available. The PDF is free, and absolutely worth the download (download it right here).
  • Last week I mentioned that some of my fine art prints are being sold over at Digital Photo & Art, and the 100% of my proceeds from the sale are being donated to “Springs of Hope Kenya” which is in the process of building a clinic and orphanage for homeless and orphaned children in Kenya. Well, one of the individuals who bought one of my prints last week, so was moved by Springs of Hope is doing, that he donated $1,000 to the cause. I was just absolutely blown away. He asked that he remain anonymous, but to this very special person I just want to give you my personal thanks for doing something so wonderful, so caring, and so important. I am truly humbled by your generosity.

That’s it for now (except for the next post down, of course). Hope you all have a really wonderful Monday! :)