P&P Weekly: #105

Welcome to week #105 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!

I’d like to start off today’s edition with a Welcome! to any new visitors that may have made their way here from Friends-of-the-Blog Jeff Revell of PhotoWalkPro, Jason Anderson of CanonBlogger (who got there from Friend-of-the-Blog Scott Kelby of Photoshop Insider). Thanks Jeff and Jason for your kind words and continued support! I couldn’t have gotten here without your support. I hope that you will take a look around and soon become regulars here!

You’ve come at a really exciting time here at Jason D. Moore Photography. We’ve recently announced a few new series that I think will prove to be informative, inspirational, challenging, and fun!

Read on for more information!

Monthly Photo Contests

Our new monthly photo contest for January continues to be open for entries. Full details can be found on our Monthly Photo Contest post and you can submit your shot(s) to our Monthly Photo Contest Flickr Group. Prizes for January’s contest include:

  • Adobe “Photoshop Icon” Long Sleeve Tee – L or XL
    (Embroidered “Ps” logo on a dark blue shirt with navy collar and sleeves)
  • Adobe Logo Pen
    (Blue, with black ink)
  • Adobe “Illustrator Icon” Stickers
    (1″x1″)
  • I hope you’ll throw your images into the ring! 

    Workflow Fridays

    Starting this Friday and continuing every other Friday, we will welcome a new guest blogger that will share their personal workflow with all of us. They will take one of their own photos and walk us through the how’s and why’s of their post-processing techniques so that we might learn and expand our own workflows.

    If you would like to participate in this new series, please email me via the link above, or leave a comment!

    This friday we will have our first guest post from blogroll member Marshall Garlington of f/11.

    Photoshop Interviews

    As announced yesterday one of our newer and more exciting series, for me at least, is Photoshop Interviews. Once a month I will sit down with a member of the Photoshop community and talk about the software, the creative community, and how they influence each other.

    Be sure to stop by on Monday for our first interview with Photoshop Hall of Fame inductee and Principal Project Manager for Adobe Photoshop and Bridge (and Friend-of-the-Blog) John Nack!

    On the 4th

    Our next new series, which has already begun, is the “On the 4th” Photo Project. On the 4th of each month throughout the year I invite you to take a photo and send it in. Join me and other photographers from around the world in documenting a day in the life, of sorts. For full details, take a look at our introductory post.

    Geographic Composition

    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 #45 – January 16: “Green”
    • Week #46 – January 30: “Shadows”
    • Week #47 – Frbruary 13: “Round”
    • Week #48 – February 27: “Contasts”
    • Week #49 – March 13: “Wood”
    • Week #50 – March 27: Contributor’s Favorites

    More details about Geographic Composition. 

    Monthly Desktop Calendars

    Starting in January I am offering special desktop wallpaper calendars. These desktop calendars will feature my personal photography as well as a listing of holidays and important dates. I offer these wallpaper calendars in a variety of sizes to accommodate a number of screen resolutions. The January Desktop Calendars are up now and February’s will be posted towards the end of the month.

    Get Your Monthly Desktop Calendar Today!

    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.

    My apologies for those of you hoping for the weekly round-up of the top half of the blogroll. Due to time constraints, I had to forego that portion of “The Weekly” this time around but I will do what I can to get back to a more regular schedule starting next week.

    Thanks for stopping by! And be sure to come back tomorrow for more!

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