Where Did He Go?

To any casual visitor to this site, you may notice in the sequence of posts that the blog has not been updated in just about two years. This is for a few reasons: Back in the summer of 2012, my wife became pregnant with our second child...

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The Results Are In! April 2010 Photo Contest

Jason D. Moore's Monthly Photo Contests

Though I’m not back to my regular schedule quite yet, it is time to look at the results of the April Photo Contest!

I’d like to start off by thanking our guest judge, last month’s winner Victoria Pickering, for helping me select the images this time around. I would also like to extend a special thank you to Mpix for sponsoring this month’s prize – a 24×36 Canvas Gallery Wrap. Thank You!

And now, on to the results!

Friday Photo News & Updates

I’d like to start off by thanking everyone who responded to Wednesday’s post about continuing to build our Photoshop & Photography Community. I truly appreciate you taking the time to share a little bit of your stories with everyone. If you haven’t shared yet, please do! I’d love to hear from as many of you as possible!

There is a lot going on over the next couple of weeks through the beginning of May – personally, here on the blog, and across the digital imaging industry.

Guest Post: Don’t Miss the Story – by Rob Jones

Hi gang. First of all I’d like to thank Jason for giving me the opportunity to take the helm of such a great blog. As a fellow blogger, the quality and consistency of posts coming from this web address is something to be admired. Jason keep up the great work.

To be honest, when Jason first approached me with the request to guest blog, I had every intention to use the opportunity to put together some funny, two-bit post on photographers and all their quirks. As you know, we’re a different breed of people and I’ve found we all enjoy poking fun at ourselves and others like us. However, that blog entry is going to have to wait for a future post, because the events of the last few days have shifted the attitude and emotion I have to bring to the virtual table. Thanks in advance for understanding.