P&P Weekly: #65
Here’s are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:
- Kathleen of A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania has a series from the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
- Amy of Archerfoto – “Kullaberg“
- Bruce of Bruce L. Snell Photography talks about the balance between enhancing reality and being true to the moment.
- Crash of Crash Taylor Photography – “Image of the Day“
- Dave of Dave Cross Online is now putting up videos.
- David of Digital ProTalk directs us to an article on working from home.
- Doug of Doug Stremel Photography is simpleminded.
- Erik of Erik Persson Photography – “What Lies Beneath“
- John of John Nack on Adobe introduces us to Illustrator ca. 1987.
- Matt of Lightroom Killer Tips has a video about printing.
- Mike of Michael Palmer Photography – “Corner Guard“
- Dave of New York Photography – “Under Manhattan Bridge“
- Mike of Photography Reloaded – “Rush Hour“
- Scott of Photohsop Insider took a brief break from Photoshop posts and wrote about frustrations with our choices for world news.
- Justin of Photoshop Quicktips goes “Keyboard Crazy” in his latest video.
- Jeff of PhotoWalkPro talks about copyright.
- Terry of Terry White’s Tech Blog is building his home media center.
- Clayton of The C Spot just received the Fuji Masterpiece Award at the Professional Photographers of West Virgina cenvention. Congratulations!
- Derrick of The Digital Story points us to an article by James Davidson about data management.
- Michael of travel+photography – “Orion Over Lake Johnson, Banff“
- Andy of Visual Realia – “Brodbecks“
- Stephen of watchThisspace – “Along the Watkins Path“
- Aaron of What the Duck – “WTD #417”
- Scott of Weekly Photography Tips has a post on monitor calibration. (Go here for a corrected version of the audio clip.)
- Martin of What the Heck Journal – “Overgrown“
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.