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  • Monthly Archives July 2010

    That's right----the Early Bird Special is almost over (it ends Friday), so if you're thinking of joining us in Vegas on September 1-3, 2010 for the Photoshop training event of the year, this is your chance to save $100 right up front. This year I'm teaching three classes during the conference: (1) Lightroom Killer Tips (2) Down & Dirty Tricks, 2010 (3) Designing With Type 2010 Plus, I'm doing at talk called "Studio Lighting Techniques: Behind the Scenes" at the Manfrotto booth on the Expo Floor (by the way---we're breaking our record for number of exhibitors this year in Vegas, which means there will be more cool stuff on the show floor than ever, plus this is a selling show, so there will be lots of "Show Special" deals all three days. If you've never been to Photoshop World, go to this link, and…

    Hi Gang: I wanted to share some World Wide Photo Walk group shots from around the world, but first, you've gotta check out this video, shot during Saturday's Photo Walk in Munich, Germany. It was shot with a Canon 7D, and the quality of video, quality of camera work, and editing is just really fantastic. I was so impressed!!!! Anyway, watch this video first, and then take a look at some of these wonderful group shots from all over. Seeing these group shots is one of my favorite parts of all of this, and I hope you enjoy them, too. Munich, Germany Antwerp, Belgium Belfast, Northern Ireland Brisbane, Australia Buffalo, New York, USA Cape Town, South Africa Chesapeake City, Maryland, USA Cincinnati, Ohio, USA Cold Spring, New York, USA Columbia, South Carolina, USA Cumberland, Maryland, USA Daggett, California, USA Danbury, Connecticut, USA Englewood, New…

    Another amazing walk is in the record books. Over one thousands cities around the world coming together as one big community to share our passion for photography and people. What an incredibly fun day! I still am amazed after I return from leading my walk (this year, in Tarpon Springs, Florida at their famous Sponge Docks, part of a wonderful Greek community that has blossomed in the Tarpon Springs area), when I sit back and watch all the reports and photos coming in from every part of the world. It just simply boggles my mind, and puts a huge smile on my face to know that we all shared in something really special on Saturday. Millions of photos were made that day that never would have been made, and lots of new friends were made along the way, which is what it's really all…

    It’s here!!! Tomorrow in more than 1,100 cities around the world my 3rd Annual World Wide Photo Walk kicks off, and by tomorrow night more than 31,000 photographers around the world will collectively have taken literally millions of photos as part of their local Photo Walks. Just "Wow! Here are a few last minute Photo Walk tips to make your day a success: (1) Walk Leaders: Make Sure You Watch my Leader's Video If you’re leading a Photo Walk, go to your Leader's page on the Official Worldwide Photo Walk site and watch my video on how to make your walk a success. There’s some VERY important info in that video, so please make absolutely sure you watch it before your walk. (2) Get a Group Shot Right at the Beginning Somebody remember to take a group shot before you head out for your…

    For those of you who have ever been to one of my live seminars, you know how seriously I take the 'end of seminar' evaluation forms, where you share your comments and thoughts on the day. I read every single evaluation form myself and my goal is to use your feedback to make my next seminar better. I really listen to what you're saying, and I made changes to my New York seminar based on what I read in your comments the week before. I also hear lots of feedback during the day itself, about what people want me to cover, or are hoping I'll cover later in the day, or problems they're having, and I thought I'd combine both to share something people have been asking about; discuss a few Lightroom specific things that are causing confusion with users, and give you some…

    Photojournalism. More than a photograph. Life has taught me that photography is more than a photograph. In the past few years my career has taught me that photojournalism is also more than a photograph. Photojournalism is a relationship, a catalyst for change, and it is ever changing yet still the same. Great visual storytelling can hit us in the heart and leave an indelible mark. It is my hope; it is my prayer--that you come away from my story about cameras, taking risks in South Africa, and prison with more than a photograph. I am thankful for Brad and Scott who provided me this opportunity to share my heart in words, pictures, and sound. Photojournalism: It's about relationship. I wasn't born with a camera in my hands. I think I grew up creatively challenged with no apparent inclinations for drawing, painting, or anything musical.…

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