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  • Monthly Archives July 2009

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    Before anything else, I’d like to extend a big “thank you!” to Scott for having me back. I really enjoyed my last visit here and was very appreciative of all of your comments. Fresh from leading the Adobe Headquarters Photo Walk in San Jose, I’d also like to call out what Scott and everyone at the NAPP do; not just for education on a wide array of Adobe products, but their celebration for the passion of photography. My favorite part of my job is seeing what people do with our software and the excitement and creativity it brings to them; Saturday’s Photo Walk offered a really nice perspective on what that looks like early on, from behind-the-person-behind-the-lens. Here in San Jose, we enjoyed a full house; had a special guest participant, and I finished with Lightroom 2.0 and Photoshop CS4 demos from our own Park conference room – a great way to spend a Saturday. Thanks to Scott & friends for putting me in touch with some great people and talented shooters!

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    Although I’ve collaborated with Scott and the staff of the NAPP for many years, last year was my first trip out to NAPP headquarters. My experience there prompted what I’m going to share today.

    ...Adobe Photoshop Product Manager and hero to Photoshop users everywhere, Bryan O'Neil Hughes. Now, you might be thinking to yourself, "Hey, wasn't Bryan a guest blogger here not too long ago?" Yup, that was him. So you also might be thinking, "If Scott is having him back so soon, Bryan must have something really cool to share." Yup---you betcha! You don't want to miss his very special guest blog here tomorrow because you'll gain some insight and info you won't find anywhere else! That's all I'm sayin'.

    Hi gang: The dust is finally starting to settle from this week's walk, and amazing images are being submitting to our contest, and on our flickr groups (see yesterday's post for info on our flickr groups for walkers) Note: The image above is from the Gainesville, Florida walk, led by the wonderful Laurel Housden. First, a quick little video from my walk in Ybor City, Florida: Now, onto a quick Photo Walk Q&A: Q. Will we be able to see the contest images for each city? A. We just got that feature up and running! You can now go the World Wide Photo Walk site, click on the Cities link up top, choose the city you want to look at, and the uploaded contest photos from that city will appear at the bottom of that page (click on the Thumbnails to see larger images).…

    Well, it's in the History Books now, but this weekend's Worldwide Photo Walk, by any measure, was a really amazing event. To have that many people (final count: 32,000+ registered walkers), all sharing a social event of this scale, and taking millions of photographs, is just a very special thing to be a part of---just ask anyone would joined one of the 900+ walks around the world on Saturday. Just....wow! On Sunday, I ran into one of the participants on my Ybor City, Florida walk, and he was going on and on about how much he enjoyed the walk, and how surprised he was at how much he enjoyed it. He said he had never done anything like that before, and really didn't know what to expect. In fact, he said he really wondered what all the fuss was about, but now he knows.…

    Although we'll be hosting the photos ourselves that you'll be submitting for the Photo Walk photography competition, we thought it would also be important for each city to have their own local flickr group where walkers could upload a number of their favorite shots (not just the competition shots). Besides that local site, we created a single Main Worldwide PhotoWalk flickr Group where any worldwide photo walk participant could upload some of their favorite shots to share with everybody who walked around the world. Our own RC Concepcion has created two videos (below) that show you: (1) How to join the flickr group set up by your local Photo Walk leader (if your leader hasn't set up a flickr group yet, there's a link on today's Photo Walk blog with a video and instructions on how to do so), and... (2) RC's video on…

    Here's a video from this weekend's walk from friend-of-the-blog Glyn Dewis, who led a walk over in Guildford, UK. Worldwide Photo Walk 2009 from Glyn Dewis on Vimeo. And here's one from the walk our friend David duChemin led in Vancouver, Canada: Below is one from the Photo Walk in Chinatown, Los Angeles: Here's one (Below) from the Photo Walk by the CanonBlogger himself, Jason Anderson. The walk was led by Tim Tonge: Below is our buddy and San Jose, CA Photo Walk leader Frederick Van: Below are Andie Smith's photo from the Dallas, Texas Photo Walk: If you've got a video of your walk from this weekend, send me the link, and I'll try and add it here as well. :)

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