P&P Weekly: #64
Here’s are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:
- Paul of A Clean-Well Lighted Place – “Still Waiting“
- Bruce of Bruce L. Snell Photography – “New Digs for Kelley Photo & Design“
- Crash of Crash Taylor Photography is our newest member – Welcome! – check out all he has to offer. Also be sure to come back tomorrow for his profile!
- Dave of Dave Cross Online links us to Photo Lovecat – a resource for small business tips.
- David of Digital ProTalk shares some inspiration through light painting, like you may have seen in those Sprint commercials. They come up with some really cool stuff!
- Erik of Erik Persson Photography is back after some WordPress trouble.
- John of John Nack on Adobe has a bunch of links to Lightroom tutorials.
- Matt of Lightroom Killer Tips does a Q&A about Lightroom and JPEGs. He’s also got some Friday links, including some info on his new Layers book – which he’s sending soon.
- Mike of Michael Palmer Photography – “Canal 2.2” (I like the B&W version too)
- Jenny of Photo Two Twenty – “More than one way to…“
- Jim of PHOTOBLOG by Jim Larimer – “Reflection“
- Mike of Photography Reloaded – “Amusements“
- Scott of Photoshop Insider makes you think with a link to “The Day Before…”
- Jeff of PhotoWalkPro is organizing a DC photowalk for March 8.
- Richard of Black and White Photography – “Wood and Water“
- David of Strobist writes about lighting on two planes.
- Andy of The Global Photographer has one opening for his Namibia safari for September.
- Michael of travel+photography talks about some updated travel requirements.
- Andy of Visual Realia has a number of interesting studies on color.
- Aaron of What the Duck – “WTD #410-413”
- Scott of Weekly Photography Tips is one of our newest members – Welcome! – check out all that he has up on his blog.
- Martin of What the Heck Journal – “The Corridors“
- Ben of Where is Ben? – “Route 66 Poster #3“
As always, please take a few minutes and visit the great blogs of our other members found in the sidebar. And if you would like to be considered for The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll, email Jason.