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    Three workshops in one week is a lot for even me; I took that architectural shooting workshop last weekend, then I taught that sports shooting workshop on Tuesday for the Chicago Bears, and then this past weekend my buddy Terry White and I took a weekend workshop with well known Detroit-area photographer and instructor Mary DuPrie.

    My buddy Dave Moser had given me one of Mary’s excellent DVDs last year for my birthday (it was a DVD for photographers on how to work with and pose models), so when Terry told me about her workshop, I was already very familiar with her work, and signed on right away (she only allows four photographers per workshop, which gives you lots of personal one-on-one instruction).

    The workshop started with a Friday night “meet and greet” with Mary, her assistant Chris, Tammy the make-up artist, and the other photographers (Blake and David). Mary’s large natural-light studio is ideal for a workshop like this, and besides having just about every prop and background known to man (I told her it was like shooting in a Pier One store), she also had about every style of strobe, softbox, and accessory, too, so everything you’d want was just an arms-length away the whole weekend.

    The next morning we got right to work. While the make-up artist was getting our professional model ready, Mary started the day with a session on how to work

    I'm stunned, psyched, thrilled, and a half dozen other adjectives about how many cities around the world have signed up to have their own photowalk, and that thousands of people have already signed up to be a part of the walks in their area. This is just too cool! Here's some other stats: 48 States have PhotoWalks 43 Countries Around the World now have PhotoWalks 47 Cities are already completely full Although we're no longer accepting applications to lead walks for new cities, here's a list of some new cities that were added since Friday, so take a look and see if there's now one close to you: San Antonio Panama City, Panama Souix Falls, South Dakota Fresno, CA Boston, North End (2nd walk) Philadelphia, PA (2nd walk) Setubal, Portugal St. Charles, Missouri Hilo, Hawaii Huntsville, Alabama Tom Price, Australia Grand Haven, Michigan Lubbock,…

    Here's some quick news about the August 23rd Worldwide PhotoWalk to celebrate the release of my new book, The Lightroom 2 Book for Digital Photographers. (Preorder it now from Barnes & Noble or Amazon.com) Today is the final day to apply to be a Leader of a PhotoWalk for your city, and after today we won't be adding any additional cities, so if you wanted to host one----get right on it. I just did an interview about the PhotoWalk with Shawn King of the popular YourMacLife radio show (Shawn and Photoshop World Instructor Lesa Snider are hosting the New York, Greenwich Village walk), and you can listen to it: click here (Note: Shawn asks me during the interview where in the world I would like to hold a photowalk if I could do one anywhere, and the answer I gave wound up revealing something…

    Remember week before last, when I said there was a workshop coming up in California on how to shoot home interiors, and do you remember how I said I'd really like to take that class? Well, this weekend, I flew to LA and took it (along with my buddy Matt Kloskowski). On Friday Matt and I spent the day with our buddy Marv, and then we spent the afternoon at Warner Brothers Studios on the set of NBC's Chuck, where we hung out with our buddy, (the show's photographer), NAPP member Mike Kubeisy. After we left the studio, we headed down to Venice Beach for our own three-man photowalk until the sun went down. Saturday morning we were up early for the workshop, which was conducted in two brand new, beautiful, fully-furnished, professionally decorated homes in Santa Clarita (about 1 hr. outside LA), and…

    Just a quick update on our August 23rd Worldwide Photowalk: A number of cities are already completely full for their walks, and we've had a number of cities now with multiple walks (like New York, with three walks), so if you're thinking of going to a walk near you, don't wait to sign up, because once it's full---it's full. We're now up to 171 cities worldwide, but this coming Friday we're going to have to stop adding new cities, so if you want to apply to lead a walk in your city, register right here right way. Here's a look at some of the new cities just added: Montpelier, Vermont (USA) Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Tarpon Springs, Florida (USA) Kiev, (Ukraine) Johannesburg, Pretoria, South Africa Thousand Oaks, California, USA San Diego, California, USA Mexico City, Mexico Prague, Czech Republic Sugarland, Texas, USA Cedar…

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    Since we launched my World Wide Photowalk on Monday, things have been just crazy. We thought it would be popular, but honestly we were unprepared for the avalanche of interest, sign-ups, and people who want to lead Photo Walks in their cities around the world.

    We were also flooded with questions, so I thought I’d do a quick Q&A to answer some of the most common questions.

    Q. Are more cities being added?
    A. Absolutely—so far there are 33 cities, but new ones are being added daily (just yesterday we added Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, and Cincinnati (led by none other than David Ziser himself), along with Manila in the Philippines, Ybor City (Tampa), and Malmo, Sweden, among others.

    Q. Are there are lot of cities pending approval?
    A. Oh yeah—about 108 more cities so far. We had to add a little more automation to the “becoming a leader” process, and by tomorrow we expect that 40 or 50 of those will be awarded a Photo Walk city, and added to the list shortly thereafter.

    Q. Will some big cities have more than walk the same day?
    A. Yup. When you see a listed city that’s followed by a name in parenthesis, that usually means there are multiple walks in different areas of the city. For example; New York City (Chinatown). They’ll be other New York locations as well.

    Q. Are walks starting to fill up yet?
    A. A number of cities are already completely full, and registration is now closed (unless someone else can lead an additional walk in that city).

    Q. Have you added any more prizes to the photo contest part?

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