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  • Monthly Archives May 2010

    Let me get this out of the way right up front. This challenge kicked my butt. I could give you a half dozen or so excuses why I wasn't able to get out to shoot some of the people and places I had planned on, and blah, blah, blah....but the fact is, I didn't, and I wound up having to shoot right around my house, and well…I took 18 shots total---none of them good. I felt like I should post something, so I'm posting the last shot I took (in desperation mind you), of the inside of a piano (shown above) because I knew as I was taking the other 17 shots that I didn't have anything. However, even though I didn't get a decent shot; I still really enjoyed the challenge. NOTE: Here's a link to the flickr Group I set up for…

    Today is Memorial Day in the United States, and our offices are closed as we honor and remember those who gave their lives in service to our country. This post is also dedicated each year to the memory of David Leimbach, (brother of our own Jeff Leimbach), who died two years ago in combat in Afghanistan. Just a humble word of thanks to the dedicated men and women of our armed services and to all those who came before them who laid down their lives to protect the freedoms we enjoy each day. All we have of freedom, all we use or know - This our fathers bought for us long and long ago. ~Rudyard Kipling, The Old Issue, 1899

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    First, watch the video below which explains the challenge, and the five things you need to do to complete the challenge, which is actually designed to stretch your creativity and give you a greater appreciation of the photographers who came before digital. So, start by watching this short video now:

    So, what you’re going to do is shoot with your digital camera like it was a traditional film camera, but just for one day, and for just one “roll of film.” (but I’m not letting you off that easy. Keep reading on page 2:

    Here’s a recap of the Old School Photo Challenge rules (to be completed this weekend):

    ....I'm still waiting for our Web team to post the video clip that describes the challenge, and as soon as they post it, I'll update the text and the wait will be over. So, while you may be ready for a challenge....apparently, we're not. My apologies for the delay. -Scott Up late in Atlanta

    Tomorrow I'm going to reveal something really new, fun, and challenging: It's something we'll be doing together every month, but each time it will be somewhat different (it's not the Worldwide Photo Walk, but news on that is coming soon). This is something that will help us all expand our photographic skills, our Photoshop skills, our Lightroom Skills, our appreciation of the craft, and our Creativity (though not all at the same time). Tomorrow I'll have a short video with all the details of this first Challenge, and I think you'll really want to take part. It's not easy, but I promise it will stretch you in a way that will be an awful lot of fun. Plus, it has a great twist that takes it over the top. :) For those of you that have blogs, Twitter or Facebook accounts, might you help…

    Before There was Photoshop Rick Sammon has a cute post over at his blog called 'Before there was Photoshop." If you've got a sec, it'll make you smile. Here's the link. It's Time for Another D-Town TV Episode Actually, the new episode should be up live later this afternoon, so if you get a chance a little later, stop by and check it out right here. "Vacation with Vanelli & Friends" Workshop Vanelli's back with another of his now famous four-day "Vacation with Vanelli" workshops. This time the workshop is in St. Augustine, Florida, it and runs June 16-19, 2010. Here's how "V" describes it: Vacation with Vanelli is a unique style workshop that teaches the art of digital work-flow covering the FIVE P’s: Plan, Photograph, Process, Post and Print. Vanelli and friends travel to exciting places working on projects for their books and…

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