Posted August, 2008

  • Worldwide Photo Walk Winners page

    Aug 29th, 2008  |  4 Comments

    Here’s a page containing images of all the city winners for our Worldwide Photo Walk: http://www.photoshopuser.com/photowalk/winners.html

  • The Challenge of Finding a Winner For My “Worldwide Photowalk” (and the winners are revealed!)

    Aug 29th, 2008  |  3 Comments

    As I sit here in the early morning hours, I can’t tell you what a challenge it’s been choosing the winner, and runners up for contest part of my Worldwide PhotoWalk. I was so impressed with the winning entries from around the world, and honestly, you could make a case for nearly any one ofContinue…

  • Thursday News Stuff

    Aug 28th, 2008  |  2 Comments

    First, did David duChemin’s post rock yesterday or what??!!! Take a moment to read some of the comments people posted about it yesterday, and you can see how his words of advice resonated with and inspired so many photographers. Thank you David—that was awesome! Now, onto the news: Apparently the rumors of a Nikon D90Continue…

  • MPIX Launches New Totally Updated “MPIX 2.0″

    Aug 28th, 2008  |  4 Comments

    Our friends at MPIX (the only photo lab we use a NAPP headquarters) just took the wraps of their totally redesigned site. I’ve just been through their redesigned site and it’s way more than just a new look. The new site is much more visual, even easier to use, has much more functionality all theContinue…

  • It’s “Guest Blog Wednesday” featuring David duChemin

    Aug 27th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    If my childhood exposure to Star Trek taught me anything it’s that you can’t mess with the time/space continuum without seriously screwing things up for everyone. Still, the reckless part of me would love to go back and have a heart-to-heart with the fourteen year-old version of myself as I fell in love with photographyContinue…

  • Update: Yesterday You Guys Raised $10,617.64 For The Orphanage in Kenya!

    Aug 26th, 2008  |  0 Comments

    My original goal was to try and sell 100 books, which would have meant $4,499 would go directly to the building of the orphanage, but I just got the final tally from yesterday sales and you guys bought 236 books, which raised $10,617.64 to help build the orphanage. Amazing!!!! I’m humbled by your generosity andContinue…

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