Photo Walk Update


As you may recall, I announced some time back about a planned Macro Photography photo walk at the Railroad Museum hosted by myself and Joe Farace.  It was originally scheduled for this coming weekend.  However, due to some conflicts and a shorter than expected planning session for the walk itself, we just had to go ahead and postpone until May. Both Joe’s schedule and my own are just not playing nicely, so be on the lookout for details to be announced as we get closer to May.  In the meantime, make sure you catch yesterday’s guest post from Joe about Getting Started in Macro Photography, as well as my own Three Macro Tips I shared over on his website concurrently!


Let us know if you have any questions too.  You can always use our email addresses directly until we can get a dedicated email address set up for the photo walk. to send responses to (forthcoming).  Stay tuned here too for more macro tips, inspirational shots, and articles to learn from!  There’s always the monthly photo contest too – this month the winner gets a free instructional DVD on Lightroom IV from Laura Shoe!

Finally Friday! (and some weekend nuggets)

Photographer on a Photo Walk

Happy Friday!  As you may recall, last weekend I had a special news post that gave some time sensitive weekend updates.  The same holds true this weekend where there are some great deals to take advantage of, but you gotta act soon!

First up – David Duchemin over at Craft and Vision is offering up his latest eBook release “Forget Mugshots” with a 20% savings through tomorrow only.  Of course, at a regular price of $5, you are saving a dollar…but as the old saying goes, “A penny saved is a penny earned”.  These savings also pass on to collections as well, where you can get 20% off a four pack, or get an entire year of Craft & Vision excellence for only $99.  Details on the site for all the bundles, starting with Mugshots4 as the primary discount code, so visit the website to save and learn today!  Craft and Vision

Second, photographer and writer extraordinaire Joe Farace and I have partnered up to host a free photo walk here in Denver.  Participation is limited to 15 people though, so once all the details are announced, you’ll want to be sure to sign up quick.  The theme for the photo walk is “Macro” and we’ll be holding it at the railroad museum here in Denver the weekend of April 14th – so mark your calendars!  Sign up details will follow next week (hint: Tuesday).

Photographer on a Photo Walk

Last but not least, make sure you are registered for the (semi) monthly Newsletter here on the blog – an amazing announcement is coming up very very soon.  I don’t want to spill the beans just yet (although if you listen to the podcast, you’ll have an idea!).  It’s a free deal to get, and gives you insights, scoops, as well as advance (and discounted or free) access to upcoming eBooks that I am offering here on the website.  Can’t say more right now – just sign up for the newsletter if you haven’t already – it’s over in the sidebar!

Other than those nuggets, not much new going on – just been traveling a lot for work, and keeping by planning all of the above – photo walks, work shops, ebooks, and more.  So for now, it’s just time to keep on shooting!  Oh yeah, and have a great weekend!

Weekend News Blast

Weekend Blast

I know these types of announcements typically go out in Newsletters, but I’ve been traveling so much, so the time needed to assemble the newsletter just wasn’t available…but without further delay, here’s the latest happenings:

1.  Win your own copy of Studio Lighting Anywhere by noted photographer/author Joe Farace in the Monthly Giveaway

2.  This weekend only, the DIY Legal Kit is up for grabs at a 30% savings – that’s $10 off – and is limited to the first twenty takers.  Get it now while the getting is good, using coupon code SPRING12.  Get it from the eBook page, or use the widget below to buy your own copy now:

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3.  Mark your calendars for April 14th – as we’re launching a great photo walk here in Colorado! Join me and noted Shutterbug author Joe Farace for a day of shooting tips and tricks, as well as networking with one another to share ideas and collaborate with a creative eye in mind.  Participation is limited to 15 attendees, so keep the date open as we’ll have more details to follow on the particulars (location, time, theme, etc.)

Now stop reading blogs on the internet, and get out and shoot – it’s some gorgeous weather here today!