P&P Weekly: #91
Welcome to week #91 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!
First off, a huge thank you to Jason Anderson, Mike Palmer, and Andy Smith for filling in for me these past few weeks during our move and job transitions. Having the extra time with Kim and to focus on the details of such a major shift has meant a lot! You guys are great!
I hope to be back up to full speed soon and have a few posts working themselves out in my head already including a pair of book reviews and a few more personal shots.
Finally, here are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:
- Paul of A Clean-Well Lighted Place – “Untitled #9561“
- Stacey of A “Focus” in the Wild has a great new look! – “Fierce“
- Igno of A Photographers Life has a great post about weighing excuses and opportunities.
- Amy of Archerfoto – “Church in a Field“
- Richard of Black and White Photography – “Swings“
- Bruce of Bruce L. Snell Photography – “Kassie and Brian“
- Kerry of Camera Dojo – “Capturing a Sense of Motion with Shutter Speed“
- Jason of Canon Blogger talks about keeping up to date with your camera’s firmware.
- Colin of The Official Blog of Colin Smith wraps up his experience at INVISION o8.
- Crash of Crash Taylor Photography is in a new location – “Busy“
- Mike of Creative Sweet TV – “Get Some Air“
- Dave of Dave Cross Online links to articles on “Model Behavior“
- David of Digital ProTalk – “Old Christine“
- Doug of Doug Stremel Photography – “Busker Fest + Fiddlers“
- Marshall of f/11 – “Afternoon Airport“
- Syv of Foto-Biz.com talks about why some travel stock photographs are rejected.
- Eric of Graphic Tips links us to “Speed Painting” – awesome!
- Scotty of IndoGrahams – “Between Boats“
- Marcus of Invisible Green – “Windows and Ivy“
- Jen of Jen Rinaldi Photography – “Jo Ann… In a Field… In the Dark“
- Jenny of Jenny Arnez Photography – “Howdy, Pardner…“
- Joey of Joey L. – “Borcay – A Sneak Peek“
- John of John Nack on Adobe – “Olympic Photography“
- Jennifer of Laughing Lion Design – “Photowalk Dublin“
- Matt of Lightroom Killer Tips – “Photoshop World Insiders Guide“
- Mike of Mike Palmer Photography – “Float“
- Dave of New York Photography – “Basement Stairs“
- Heather of One Shot Beyond Photography – “The Deck Hand”
- Matthias of Pabst Photo – “When the Days are Growing Shorter“
- Jim of PHOTOBLOG by Jim Larimer – “Still Life with Morning Glory“
- Clayton of Photographic Designs – “Grand Landscapes Collection“
- Brian of Photography of J Brian Haferkamp – “Millenium Park“
- Mike of Photography Reloaded makes his triumphant return. Welcome Back!
- Scott of Photoshop Insider – “It’s Photoshop World Week“
- Jeff of PhotoWalkPro reviews Topaz Labs HDR type processing.
- Troy of Ramblings Around Texas – “Alaska Sunday XX“
- Jennifer of Robin’s Woods – “The Fairy Pond“
- Roger of Roger Madsen Photography shares a video from the photowalk in Malmo, Sweden.
- Sam of Samuel Barr Photography – “A Very Special Moment“
- Shawn of SDuffy Photography shares some of his photowalk shots.
- David of Strobist – “Dustin Snipes on Quality and Quantity“
- Terry of Terry White’s Tech Blog is also off to Photoshop World.
- Clayton of The C Spot – “Shun Kaji Chef Knife“
- Derrick of The Digital Story – “Review of Shutterfly Pro for Selling Your Pictures Online“
- Dewdrop of The Flight of a South Georgia Storm Chaser – “Don’t let Gustav’s weakness fool you.“
- Andy of The Global Photographer – “Of Packing and Weight Limits“
- Rob of Towner Jones Photography shares the winner of his photowalk.
- Michael of travel+photography – “Back to Business“
- Andy of Visual Realia – “Trailblazer”
- Stephen of What This Space – “Barnafoss“
- Aaron of What the Duck – “WTD #553”
- Martin of What the Heck Journal – “Falling Into Infinity“
- Ben of Where is Ben? just finished the first draft of his new book.
- Christopher of Written By the Light – “Tis the Season“
Please be sure to 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.