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  • Category Archives Springs of Hope

    I am absolutely thrilled to share that last night I got an email from my friend Molly Bail from Springs of Hope, Kenya, to let me know that today they’re welcoming the first children to the Orphanage that you, the readers of this blog, helped to build. Your contributions literally helped finish the roof on this orphanage earlier this year, and then later you helped buy the beds, furniture, and kitchen appliances, and now today there are homeless children that are homeless no more because of your gracious generosity. I am incredibly thrilled, and humbled at what you all have done in supporting the construction of this Orphanage. In her email, Molly calls today's opening a “soft opening” because they are still dealing with some electrical issues, but the first children arrive today, and are sleeping under a roof you helped build tonight. To…

    I've had so many people who were a part of my 2nd annual Worldwide Photo Walk write in to tell me that we should do a book made up of the great photos taken that day, that I thought I should at least investigate the idea. I love the idea of creating a beautiful coffee-table style and quality book, with a simple, clean no-nonsense layout, that lets the photos take center stage and do all the talking. I see it including more than just some of the winning shots. I would love it if it included some group shots from walks around the world, and shots of people shooting during the walk, and some shots that weren't even picked by the local winners---but are still great shots and deserve to be recognized, and I just want to share visually what an amazing day it…

    Pictured above with me are my fellow Photoshop Guys Dave Cross and Matt Kloskowski, (photo by RC) holding a special award we created to honor Rob Jones, (from Towner Jones Photography) who not only came up with the idea to sell World Wide Photo Walk t-shirts to raise money for the Springs of Hope Orphanage (at last count nearly $7,000), but he set-up and managed the entire process, then even matched donations to help raise even more. (We're shipping Rob the award today!). It reads: Presented to Rob Jones in grateful recognition of your contributions to building the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage. Please take a moment and help us thank Rob personally by saying a few quick words here on the blog. My humble thanks to Rob, and to everyone around the world who supported the kids at the Orphanage by purchasing one…

    . ...and as amazing as that is, it's about to get better!!! First, an update. You probably already know that $5 from the sale of every official "Worldwide Photo Walk t-shirt" goes straight to the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage, and you probably also know that the man to thank for the idea was Rob Jones from Towner Jones Photography. Well, this week Rob let me know that we sold more than 1,000 official t-shirts, which we means we'll be sending more than $5,000 to the Orphanage right as they're opening their doors for the first time, and giving some very deserving children a home. I was thrilled that we were able to raise $5,000, but Rob wasn't. He wants to do more, and that's why, Towner Jones Photography will match the $5 donation from every shirt sold between now and the end of…

    Hi Folks: I'm back in the saddle this week, after an almost entirely relaxing week (see the post above), and here's what's goin' on so far: Something I Missed Last Week In my first-look review of the XT-Explorer on-location battery pack last week, I kind of dinged the looks of the XT a bit, but Larry Becker pointed out something I hadn't realized, and that is that the Explorer XT actually comes with a fairly nice black nylon fitted “glove” that goes over the unit, along with a substantial shoulder strap. This would make a big difference in the overall look, and thus remove the ding. Sorry I missed that first time around. Corey Sells Out Toronto and Calgary in Advance The kid is hot!!! Our own boy wonder Corey Barker is taking our Photoshop Down & Dirty Tricks Tour to Canada, and Toronto…

    When we started planning this year's walk, I had a meeting with my staff about finding a way to use this worldwide event to help feed the children at the Springs of Hope Kenya Orphanage (an orphanage that the readers of this blog have adopted, and helped to build over the past year, and it's scheduled to open in just over a month). We were looking at different ideas, when out of the blue an email came in from Rob over at Towner Jones Photography with an incredible idea; create an official Photo Walk T-shirt and have the profits from the sale of the shirts go to "Springs of Hope, Kenya." As soon as I read his email, I knew this was it! Well, with lots of Rob's logistical help (and some clever design work from our own Nicole Procunier), we now have two official…

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