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  • My hat's off to my wonderful readers, who once again have shown your heart and compassion for those less fortunate. From your book sales on Tuesday alone, we raised over $10,075 dollars (€7,028 / £6,513) to help finish construction on the Orphanage in Kenya. I can't wait to show you the final shots when it's complete, and the kids are moving in for the first time---what a day that will be!!!!! This project has really touched the hearts of so many people, and I wanted to point out a few of my heroes from this week, like: Alan Allum, who had already pre-ordered the book, but went ahead and bought a 2nd copy for the cause. So did Joel from Jameson Studios. And Philip Doherty. And Ana Adams, who doesn't have CS4, isn't planning on upgrading anytime soon, but wanted to help so much…

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    Photoshop Hall of Famer, and SVA Department Chair Katrin Eismann sent me some interesting news: The School of VISUAL ARTS is taking the The Master of Professional Studies in Digital Photography program online for the fall of 2009 (image above by June Young Lim). The students will complete the fall and spring classes (Advanced Imaging, Color Management, Photo Illustration, Studio Management, etc) online and then come to New York City to complete their thesis projects, which includes taking the Large Format Print class, developing a web presence, designing a brand, and producing the collateral for a NY Exhibit. The MPS in Digital Photography is a concentrated course of studies in both commercial and fine art digital photography that addresses the entire imaging workflow - from image capture and enhancement to online distribution and final display. Under the guidance of leading photographers, retouchers, designers and…

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