P&P Weekly: #97

Welcome to the 97th edition of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!

After splitting up last week’s P&P Weekly into two groups I think that from here on out I will do likewise. Each part was more manageable on its own than going through the whole list each week. So what I’m going to do is go through A-J this week and then next week hit L-W and then alternate between the two groups with each new edition. That means, any given member blog will be featured every other week. I think this makes the most sense with the amount of time it takes to put The Weekly together. I am open to other suggestions if you have them. But for now, I’m going to give this idea a go and see how it turns out.

I’ve also done a little bit of housekeeping with The Blogroll. Members who have been inactive for at least 2 months have been taken down temporarily until I see that they are posting again, at which time they will be back on the list. If you notice you are not on the list and have been posting regularly, let me know. I may have made an error and will correct it as soon as I can.

The Geographic Composition photo project is now open to anyone who would like to contribute. Our upcoming themes – and their posring dates – are:

  • Week #40 – October 31: “Autumn”
  • Week #41 – November 14: “Old Numbers”

More details about Geographic Composition.

Click here to become a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals. A great resource for training, tips, and connecting with other creatives.

And as always, take a moment to grab one of the chicklet links to show your support for this blog and, for blogroll members, be sure to pick up your P&P Blogroll Member badge link.

Finally, here are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in the first half of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:

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.

  • That’s a lot of sites to check out! We’re fortunate to have you promote our sites.

    Do what works for you; every other week is super. Thanks again, Jason.

    October 29, 2008 at 11:25 am

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