The Photoshop & Photography Workflow project is off to a great start. I have a few shots from my trip to NYC last week that I will be writing up and posting over the next couple of weeks. If you'd like to participate, please do. Click here for more details.
This week is going to be a little unusual given my work schedule. We're providing sound for a local high school's production of Oliver! and the rehearsals will be taking up a great deal of time. I'll still try to post something every day, as has been my hope.
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 favorite is "4020." I'm not sure if I mentioned this before, but I love how Paul includes a rollover of the RAW image with some of his shots.
- Kathleen of A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania has some nice shots called "Berks County Vista" and "Morning Snow"
- Bruce of Bruce L. Snell Photography has just started a series of posts on his "photo friends" where he introduces his readers to some fantastic photographers who are also his personal friends.
- Mike of Creative Outlet posted a link to a website of Awesome Photography, his discovery of the work of John Paul Caponigro, and some Lightroom resources.
- Dave at Dave Beckerman Photography: New York posted some updates on his eBay-ing and has a shot called "Blonde on Blonde"
- Dave at Dave Cross Online wrote about SmugMug - a website for sharing and selling your photos - a script for deleting empty layers, a tip for making slices from guides, and some special pricing at Adobe.
- Richard from Europe in Black and White has a shot called "she," he posted his free print for February, and his online store.
- Michael over at eyes on the road announced a new article he's written about his archiving and storage process and some work he's been doing with video editing.
- 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 photographing Saturn and a link to Jill Greenberg's shots called simian science.
- Jim of PHOTOBLOG by Jim Larimer has posted #3 in his series of shots taken in his basement.
- Scott of Photoshop Insider posted about some new Photoshop plug-ins, a shot from a recent photo shoot of martial artist John Graden, the photography of Patrick Hoelck, and his new "Lightroom Book for Digital Photographers."
- Justin of Photoshop Quicktips posts a weekly podcast on handy tips and techniques in Photoshop. His latest video is about creating a photo border using the extract filter. He recently posted some news about a new podcast, Photoshop Help Desk Live!, and his next training DVD.
- Jon at San Miguel Photo of the Day posts images of life in Mexico. He has a number of shots this week, my favorites being "Crossing the street" and "Whose Conquering Who"
- Shooter at Serial Photographer has a number of great shots this week. If I had to pick a favorite from this week I would have to say it's "Between Posts."
- Eduardo & Timothy of the 100 Images Project have just posted their most recent additions to the series.
- Andy from The Global Photographer posted some thoughts on his recent safari.
- Erik of The Journal: Life of a Persson has a great shot of Seattle's Space Needle.
- Andy of Visual Realia has a series of shots of birds, two variations of a shot of a line of movie posters, and some trees.
- Aaron of What the Duck publishes a daily online photography comic strip. My favorites this week are "WTD 139," "WTD 140," WTD 141," and "WTD 143."
- Martin of What the Heck Journal has two great shots this week: "Winding Road" and "Pitch Fork."
- Ben of Where is Ben? has a post his latest article for Photoshop User Magazine, his February seminar appearances, and his first snowless winter.
- I posted the first two installments of the P&P Workflow (1,2). I also posted about an upcoming workshop and my blog stats from January.
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