P&P Weekly: #107

Welcome to week #107 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly! 

It’s been an exciting couple of weeks here at Jason D. Moore Photography! I’ve seen a dramatic increase in readers and I’d like to start off by welcoming all of the newcomers! I would also like to thank those of you who have linked here, particularly about Part I of the John Nack interview. It is very much appreciated!

There has been some growth on the sponsorship front! As I announced last week, the Photoshop Interviews series is now sponsored in part by Towner Jones Photography and there has been interest in sponsorships for other ongoing projects which will be announced once the details are finalized.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of one of our weekly or monthly series, or if you would like to be a sponsor of the blog as a whole, please take a minute to review our “Become a Sponsor” page to find out how!

Also this week, and I realize it might’ve gotten lost in the midst of all of the inaugural excitement, I am now offering my photographic prints for sale! Not only will you now be able to own a piece of my work you can get it for a discounted rate for a limited time! Scroll down to yesterday’s post for more details!

On the 4th – Send your photos in today!

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. If you shot something on January 4th, send me your images today so they will be included in the project!

Monthly Photo Contests

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.  

Workflow Fridays

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.

This Friday we will be welcoming photographer Jeff Revell of PhotoWalkPro as he shares his Lightroom workflow.

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

Photoshop Interviews

Part II of my interview with Photoshop Hall of Fame inductee and Principal Project Manager for Adobe Photoshop and Bridge (and Friend-of-the-Blog) John Nack is coming soon!

Geographic Composition

Our upcoming themes – and their posting dates – are:

  • 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 next week.

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.

Finally, here are some of my favorites from what’s been happening in the bottom half (L-W) 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.

Comments:
  • Just wanted to let you know that it’s really appreciated that you do this every week. It takes a lot of dedication and I think it’s great what you do to get other photographers out there.

    January 21, 2009 at 9:38 am
  • Thanks Jen! I’m glad to do it. It does take some work to do it but it’s definitely worth it to help connect photographers together and show off what I think members of the community are doing well.

    Thanks to you, and everyone else, for the support!

    Jason

    January 21, 2009 at 10:53 am
  • Thanks for noting that one. It wasn’t mine, but I was blown away by it!

    January 21, 2009 at 3:48 pm

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