P&P Weekly: #102

Welcome to week #102 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!

Sorry it’s taken me so long to get to this week’s P&P Weekly. It’s been a crazy time all around with work for both Kim and I and we’ve been feeling pretty burned out. I hope you’ve been enjoying some of my London and Paris shots in the meantime.

Thank you to those who responded to my reader survey a few weeks back. I tried to incorporate a few of the suggestions right away and there are still a few that I am mulling over for how best to revive or retool other aspects of the blog. I always welcome your input and hope that if you have ideas you will leave a comment or drop me an email.

There are a few ideas rattling around in my head of some new personal projects that I will be working into my regular schedule of posts that will start popping up towards the end of the month. So be on the lookout to see what’s cooking!

The Geographic Composition series is now open to anyone who would like to contribute. A special welcome to our newest participants! And I hope some of you are inspired to join us next time. Our upcoming themes – and their posting dates – are:

  • Week #43 – December 16: “Signs of the Season”
  • Week #44 – January 2: “Moving Parts”

More details about Geographic Composition.

In the meantime…

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Finally, here are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in the bottom half (L-W) of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:

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