April 23, 2009
P&P Weekly: #115
Welcome to week #115 of The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll’s P&P Weekly!
This week is about reminders and news of upcoming happenings here on the blog:
- The April Photo Contest only has one week left! Be sure to enter for your chance to win two t-shirts (XL Gray Westcott tee, L Blue “Ps” Logo long sleeve tee)
NOTE: If you have submitted shots for the April Contest but added them to the old Flickr Group, please be sure to add them to the April Contest Flickr Group to be eligible for this month’s prizes.
(Sponsored by Competico.com)
- Our new series Points of View is growing really well in it’s second installment with many great submissions already in, but we’re always looking for more! Read about this new project and grab our starting image here. Please send in your interpretations by TODAY to email@example.com so you can be included in the project!
- I am still accepting user photos for my series of Photo Reviews. If you would like to get some feedback and advice about one of your shots, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your photo today!
- There are many opportunities available for sponsoring 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 learn more!
And now, here’s some of what our members have been posting:
- Marcus of Invisible Green Photography – “White Star with Rain Drops“
- Shawn of SDuffy Photography – “First Amendment Photowalks“
- Michael of travel+photography has some nice photos with overlayed textures.
- Lori of VirtualPhotographyStudio.com writes about a cool project called “Worldwide Moment“
- Kathleen of A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania – “Weeping Cherry, Woodstock, NY“
- Amy of Archerfoto – “Spring Boat“
- Crash of Crash Taylor Photography – “Nottingham Wheel“
- Matthias of pabst-photo – “Spring is Here“
- Marc of User 40.0 is “Calling All WordPress Bloggers” to take a survey about plugins and how to improve WordPress of photoblogging.
- Andy of Visual Realia recently hosted a Harrisburg Photowalk.
- Stephen of watchThisspace – “Lake Mytvan Pano“
- Aaron of What the Duck – “WTD #692”