Hidden in Plain Sight – Special Daily Giveaways
As promised we have a winner for the 3 DVD’s from Software-Cinema: Laurie C. of West Hills, CA.
These were listed in yesterdays post, at the end of the article.
Today’s giveaway is hidden in plain sight somewhere on these pages:FORUM, GALLERY, VIDEO, OR RESOURCE page
Once you find it, how can you get it? Walk this way………
Rules and Regs: When you spot the item, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
stating the name of the item (we’ll be generous with specifics), how you will use the item (be creative) and what your favorite section of photoinduced.com is. And most importantly, a shipping address.
One item will be won each day, Monday through Friday.
DVD’s,Books, Camera Gear, Camera, and more. And Thursday will be a big day.
That’s how you enter, how do you win? The best answers will be picked and awarded.Winner will be announced on the FORUM at the end of each day.
So: Item name;use of item;favorite section of photoinduced.com. And your address.
This is what won Laurie her set of training discs:
“OK, let me see if I can cover all the bases…today’s giveaway is: 3 training DVD’s from Software Cinema, Outdoor & Travel Photography with Rick Sammon, How to WOW, Best of Photoshop CS2 with Jack Davis and CLASSIC Pro Techniques 1 Photoshop CS2 with Eddie Tapp. Now, as for how I’ll use them, well, once I’ve spent the day “schmoozing” with the 3 masters, I’ll be very busy out capturing all kinds of new images, so I can put all that new found information to good use! I had the distinct pleasure of attending a live workshop with Eddie Tapp (and Monte Zucker, who’ll be sadly missed), and although it was a full day, it just wasn’t enough time. To put all three of these PS gurus together in one package, well, I’ll just say that I’d be beside myself, and then to be able to have the material on hand to refer to whenever the need arises makes it all the better! Now, as for my favorite section of Photoinduced.com, that’s a bit tough, but here are my top three…in no specific order: The Gallery is such a great place to visit, and see all the new work posted and the wide variety of styles and techniques, not to mention it’s like taking a trip around the world without even leaving my office, then of course there’s the resources page, which I don’t think I’ve ever seen that much photography information and links on any one photography site to date, and finally, the videos is another favorite of mine, as I have watched all the videos, and found them to be not only educational, but a great insight to some of the tops in the field!”
Wow. Thanks Laurie. We are doing our best to keep the site fresh and updated for you.
OK, who’s next?