P&P Workflow: Contributer’s Wanted

Starting February 1st I will be initiating the P&P Workflow series – step-by-step tutorials on how photos are transformed from the file produced in-camera to the finished product describing all the tweaks done in Photoshop and/or Lightroom along the way.

While I will be contributing some shots of my own here and there, I would like to invite YOU to take part and submit your own photos for this project.

If you would like to participate, email me with the following:
  • A low res version of the original image (roughly 450-800px wide @ 72ppi is good)
  • Info about the image (camera make & model, lens, tripod or handheld, metadata, location, time of day, thoughts that went into composition, what you are/were trying to express, etc.)
  • The steps you took when processing the image (include settings and rationale)
  • A low res version of the final image (same resolution as original are fine)

Be sure to include your name and a title for the image, if you have one, along with a link to your blog or website (if you aren’t a member of the blogroll). If you are not a member of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll I will add you to the list and send you a profile form, I will also include your blog in the P&P Weekly, my roundup of what members of the blogroll are posting.

I am not limiting the number of submissions from each photographer so please feel free to send in more than one (each in a separate email). I am accepting submissions now to start posting them on February 1st. There’s also no set end date for this project so please continue to send in your shots.

If you know of anyone that you would like to see featured in this project, please send me a link to their site or their email address and I will contact them. Also, the P&P Blogger Profile series is ongoing and I welcome anyone who would like to participate.

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