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  • Photo by J. Tomás Lopez “We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one directly, affects all indirectly.” —Martin Luther King I have come to treat this, my annual installment on the anniversary of Scott’s “Guest Blog Wednesday,” the same way I treat my birthday. I try to spend my birthday the way I want my year to be. For this annual blog post I endeavor to write it the way I want my heart and spirit to go for the rest of the year. Change takes but an instant. It is the journey to change that often takes a long time. The moment of change, the defining instant, when you are at your core different than you were the moment before. It is as if in comparison to all other moments in your…

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    Capturing The Wild: Safari Photography Join Rick Sammon, a Canon Explorer of Light, and discover tips, tricks, and techniques that can apply to anywhere your camera might take you. Rick draws on his experiences leading photo safaris in Africa to teach you how to prepare for your own safari, consider what gear to bring, the importance of developing a daily routine, and how to get the best photographs of the people, wildlife, and places that you will encounter. KelbyOne Live Want to spend a day with Scott Kelby, RC Concepcion, Joe McNally, Corey Barker, or Ben Willmore? Check out these seminar tours! Shoot Like A Pro with Scott Kelby June 17 – Nashville, TN Aug 26 - St. Louis, MO Aug 28 - Kansas City, MO Photoshop for Photographers with RC Concepcion May 20 – Hartford, CT One Flash, Two Flash with Joe McNally June 19 – San Jose,…

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