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  • For years now I've felt that Joe McNally is literally one of the best photographers on the planet, and I know there's probably a lot of folks that share that very seem feeling, but for years now I've also felt that Joe is one of the best people on the planet, too. He genuinely just loves people, and you can see that in his work and they way he lives his life. A couple of days ago Joe sent me an email and the subject line was "The Reach of KelbyOne" and he's what Joe wrote: "Was in Prague recently, and had been contacted by a young man and his family. High school kid, very passionate photog, wondering if they could meet with me. They drove 4 hours, with an interpreter to Prague, and Annie and I bought them dinner, and had a wonderful…

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    My favorite photography photo-telling site, Exposure.co, has been adding lots of important features for the past few months, but this one may be the important so far because by adding "Categories" they're making the stories and the photographers who post their visual stories there much easier to find. They've got a bunch of different categories you can browse through now -- everything from Travel to Causes, Lifestyle to Events, Sports to Weddings and a whole bunch more. Here's a link to their Categories page if you've got a sec. Also, I've got seven photo stories posted there myself — here's the link to my page (seen below). NOTE: they recently changed their site link from exposure.to to exposure.co -- I have no idea why, but just though I'd mention it in case you already have them bookmarked.  This is really a big step forward…

    Hi gang: I recently did three portrait shoots for the Coca Cola company and their "Journeys" project to celebrate Mother's Day. My idea was to feature three very special mom's and to make a portrait of them in their home holding one of their most memorable Mother's Day gifts, along with the person who gave them such a memorable gift, and the story behind it. If you have a moment, here's the link. Here's wishing all the awesome mom's out there a wonderful Mother's day this Sunday. :) Best, -Scott

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