P&P Weekly: #103

Welcome to week #103 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!

First off, we have recently learned of the passing of Friend-of-the-Blog Dave Cross‘ father on Sunday. Dave, the whole “Photoshop & Photography Blogroll” community is with you and your family as you are going through this loss.

As we approach the end of another calendar year, there will be reflections on the past and resolutions for the future. Even if you’re like me and don’t make resolutions, there’s still something about the coming of the new year that causes us to think about how things could be different and how to retool or rework things, to improve on the many facets of our lives.

As I mentioned last time, I’m still interested in hearing your thoughts and ideas in response to my reader survey from a few weeks back. I’m always open to suggestions and opportunities to make this blog and the community we’ve built together all that it can be. So please send me an email or drop a comment with any projects you’d like to see here – or participate in – and any changes you might like to see in the way we do things.

Thanks, in advance, for your input!

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…

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 top half (A-J) 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.

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