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  • Monthly Archives August 2008

    Yesterday, when my book publisher Peachpit Press, heard about what we were doing to help build the orphanage in Kenya, and that my goal was to sell 100 of my Lightroom 2 books, they immediately called to donate (you guessed it), One Hundred Books! I've written over 50 books with Peachpit Press and their New Riders imprint, and I've never worked with anyone else all these years. Today you just saw another reason why. My heartfelt thanks to Peachpit Publisher Nancy Aldrich-Ruenzel, my Editor Ted Waitt, Scott Cowlin, Glenn Bisignani, and the entire Peachpit/New Riders team. I've never been prouder to be one of your authors than I am today. :)

    (Adove: From the Windsor, United Kingdom Photo Walk. Leader: Glyn Dewis) (Above: From the Chinatown, New York PhotoWalk. Leader: Alessandro M. Rosa) (Above: From the Portland, Maine PhotoWalk. Leader: Scott Eccleston) (Above: From the Atlanta, Georgia PhotoWalk: Leader Ken Ross) (Above: From the Rome, Italy PhotoWalk. Leader: Michael McGuire) (Above: From the Amsterdam PhotoWalk. Leader: Hans Schachtschabel) (Above: From the Zürich, Switzerland PhotoWalk. Leader: Axel Len) (Above: From the Los Angeles, California PhotoWalk. Leader: Janine Smith) (Above: From the Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii PhotoWalk. Leader Jo Evans). (Above: From the Alexandria, Virginia PhotoWalk. Leader: Jeff Revell) (Above: From the Penang, Malaysia PhotoWalk. Leader: Matt Brandon)

    ...none other than the brilliant photographer and author behind the popular "Pixelated Image" photography blog (link), my friend David duChemin. Before I ever met David, I fell in love with his photography; his use of color, texture, and the way he captures the human spirit, just really captivated me, and tomorrow I'm honored to have him as my special guest blogger. If you've got a few moments, jump over to his site and check out some of his photography. It's a great way to celebrate the wonderful things that have happened these past few days. Then be sure to check back tomorrow for his post.

    Earlier this year, two friends of mine, Joseph and Molly Bail, were so moved by the suffering of homeless children in Kenya, that they walked away from their successful careers, sold their home, their belongings, and moved their family to Kenya to somehow find a way to build an orphanage there. Well, if you've been reading my blog for a while, you know that I keep trying to come up with ways to help Joseph and Molly get that orphanage built, and I've come up with a way where you can feed your passion for learning Lightroom, and help Joseph and Molly feed and shelter these children who so desperately need our help, at the same time. For one day---today, Monday, August 25, 2008, if you pre-order my new book, "The Lightroom 2 Book for Digital Photographers" using this special direct link; I will…

    First, did you catch that "First Annual" up in the headline? Yeah, baby!!!! We had such a great response, and so many people asking about it, and we've already decided to make it an annual event. :) But before I tell you what a blast I had with my own local photowalk, here are some excerpts from comments posted on my blog on Saturday: We here in Sydney [Australia] finished our photo walk over 12 hours ago and it was a blast. Just got back from leading my group in Fredericksburg, Virginia. An honor to be associated with this event. I had all levels of photographers, from Pro to casual shooter. What a great group of people and sincerely enjoyed their company! I also finished my photowalk quite some time ago down here in Amsterdam. We absolutely had a blast. We had a great…

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