This past Friday I announced the beginning of a new project called The P&P Workflow - taking images from the file produced in-camera through Photoshop/Lightroom to the final processed version. I am accepting submissions now for a February 1st start. I will be contributing my own as well but I would love to have you joining me in this new project. There is no limit on the number of submissions per photographer and no set end date, as of yet, so please send in your shots today! Click here for more details.
Also, as always, please let me know if you would like to be profiled in the P&P Blogger Profile series.
In the meantime, here’s what’s been happening this week in The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll:
- Paul of A Clean Well-Lighted Place has some intersesting shots this week, my favorites are "Hotel Place Des Armes, Montreal" and "Red Picnic Table."
- Kathleen of A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania has a couple of nice shots called "Pointing at Pennsylvania" and "Just After Sunset"
- Bruce of Bruce L. Snell Photography has a video tutorial on using an outdoor flash.
- Dave at Dave Beckerman Photography: New York has a great shot of sunlight filtering through trees, and congrats at the growing traffic through his eBay store.
- Dave at Dave Cross Online has a tip on creating a background with the single column marquee tool, and writes about the photography of Robert Trancho, and lets us know of a new build of Bridge CS3.
- Jason from Designfruit has a new look and has recently posted his new series of Photoshop brushes inspired by Japanese foliage.
- Richard from Europe in Black and White has some nice shots, my favorites are "tyre up," "wind in a window," "On the hill of a cemetary," and "circle."
- Michael over at eyes on the road posted a shot of his cat taking a nap on his wife's quilt, a shot through his frozen windshield, and talks about some of his shots taken on color infrared film, and a few nice winter scenes from the past couple of days.
- John of John Nack on Adobe always posts an interesting array of links from the world of photography, technology, and sometimes the unusual. Of note this week is a post he has on some of the legalities of the photo industry, a series of photographers with a different take on clouds, and a script for enhancing contact sheets in Photoshop.
- Jim of PHOTOBLOG by Jim Larimer has a couple of nice series from the last week.
- Scott of Photoshop Insider posted about the gallery of images from Bruce Fraser's tribute, a number of links to Joe McNally's work, and a photo retouching site.
- Justin of Photoshop Quicktips posts a weekly podcast on handy tips and techniques in Photoshop. This week he has a video about redeye reduction using Channels, the Lasso tool, and Apply Image.
- Jon at San Miguel Photo of the Day posts images of life in Mexico. My favorites this week are "Gooooaaaallllll!!!" and "Preparation"
- Shooter at Serial Photographer has a number of great shots including "Two thoughts," "Blowin' in the wind," and "Stranded."
- Eduardo & Timothy of the 100 Images Project have just posted their most recent additions to the series.
- Clayton of The C Spot wrote about the upcoming redesign of his website.
- Andy from The Global Photographer has a couple of posts about his photo safaris (1,2) and his first thoughts on the Epson 3800.
- Andy of Visual Realia has a great series on The Roddy Bridge in northern Maryland.
- Aaron of What the Duck publishes a daily online photography comic strip. My favorites of this week are "WTD 130" thru "WTD 133." He's really on a role.
- Martin of What the Heck Journal has an interesting B&W that I really like this week.
- I posted P&P Blogger Profiles of Michael Snell, Martin Andreasen, and Jim Larimer. I also posted a shot of my nephew, about a stock photo site that offers a free daily photo, my updated photo gallery, and the new P&P Workflow.
Want to be added to The Photoshop & Photography Blogroll? Click here to find out how! Update your blogs often! I will only include links to posts added since the last P&P Weekly.
As always, if you have any suggestions or notice a discrepancy, please email me.