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peterkrogh
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« on: August 30, 2006, 04:04:47 AM »

There are a lot of great photo blogs out there, let's give a try at collecting some links to them here.  A few requests:

1. Photo-related blogs only (at least for now).

2. Feel free to link to your own blog.

3. Put the name of the blog in the subject line.  

4. Feel free to add a few terms in the subject line so that people browsing the forum may be able to scan the list and find ones they are interested in.

5. In the message area, write a short description of the blog, the person who writes it, tone, subject matter, and/or anything else that would tell the reader why they ought to click over to it.

6. If you like the blog, feel free to post a follow up comment in the thread.  This will bump it back up to the top of the list, and make it easier for others to find.

7. Please make a good-faith effort to avoid duplicate entries.

8. Please sign your full name (if it's not already obvious from your forum member name).

Peter
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« Reply #1 on: March 10, 2007, 05:36:26 PM »

Shameless plug for my blog and website:

http://zavesmith.wordpress.com/

Some words of wisdom about creativity and photography

Website:  http://www.zavesmith.com

a few nice pictures.

enjoy

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« Reply #2 on: March 10, 2007, 06:07:26 PM »

Zave,
Thanks for joining.  I've always liked your work: nice to see the blog.
Peter
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« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2007, 07:05:21 AM »

As I find myself learning about so many aspects of the whole of photography, I thought it might help me learn as well as others who can also contribute in the Comments section below each post, if I started a Photo blog. Please if any of you have suggestions, I am waiting with my open mind in hand. .

So far I am only trying to attract visitors and balance the very little time I have.

http://outsideshooter.blogspot.com/

Thanks for looking, Rich
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« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2009, 12:10:21 PM »

Well, aside from The Online Photographer, The Luminous Landscape, and maybe a few others, my own blog is definitely my favorite. The most recent article is about buying a half-dozen cameras for $57. (OK, so what if one of them was an Argus brick and three were Brownies. How about that one in the middle!)



Before that I ran a photo essay about how there's nothing to photograph at lunchtime around here. In beautiful Boulder, no less.



http://basepath.com

Why should photo blogs only be written by people who know something about photography? ;-)

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« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2009, 07:24:43 PM »


Well it's been a year and a half since I last posted this and man have I written a lot of articles. Learned a lot, shared a lot of my learning and now would like to invite you to come subscribe to my blog. Become a Follower too. You don't have to worry about getting too much as I write infrequently and of course emails are never shared, period.

And ask me a question by simply adding a Comment below any post that interests you.

I will ask anyone here for help in acquiring an application which would allow any visitor to post a question without having to Comment following a post of mine. So if you know of any or have had personal experience with one, please let me know. It would be a real helpful app for my readers, but I'm not a code type and the site is Google's blogger if that matters.

Thanks

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« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2009, 08:41:52 PM »

I subscribe to several photoblogs:

Joe McNally - took at workshop with him, and love his sense of humor
and take on life at a non-stop pace. Really nice guy, great lighting information.        www.joemcnally.com/blog

Strobist - stumbled on David Hobby's bloig looking for lighting tips, never left:         www.strobist.blogspot.com

John Paul Caponigro - color management, printing and ideas:                               http://www.johnpaulcaponigro.com/wordpress/

Moose Peterson - love landscapes, and he is most prolific at blogging:                    www.moosenewsblog.com/feed

EcoPhotogrpahy: Jerry and Marcy Monkman, great nature and
green photography, great people as well                                                              http://blog.jerryandmarcymonkman.com/

Photo Business News - John Harrington makes a great deal of business sense:        www.photobusinessforum.blogspot.com

Photoshop Insider - Scott Kelby presents a great deal of information,
and is pretty current with showing other people and work:                                  www.scottkelby.com                     


Seven are probably too many, but these seven are up on my feeds, along with the Dam Book Blog now. The links above are to their blogs or feeds. Check out their websites as well.

Enjoy!


Bill Bogle, Jr.

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« Reply #7 on: June 11, 2009, 10:17:32 AM »

So I don't blog, but figured I post my first site here.

I'm not sure if a site has to be a blog to be posted here, but I figured I'd post the gallery I made from a San Diego trip here: http://tower.endoftheinternet.org.  It's my first site and first real set of pictures with a dSLR, so be gentle (but in reality I'm open to any criticism).  I realize some of the pictures are overworked, some are underworked, some are just poorly exposed, but I'm learning as I go.  Not just photography but the whole workflow, DAM, etc.  Thought it would be good to share with the crowd here which I've found to be respectful and helpful.  Main point is to have other people potentially enjoy what I'm doing, so enjoy!  Site will be slow in fullscreen because I'm too cheap to have it hosted, sorry.

Kevin
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« Reply #8 on: September 13, 2009, 06:03:39 AM »

Hello,

I'm late to the game - but please add my blog "Journeys of a Hybrid" - I blog about the convergence of still photography and video.


http://kellymooneyminutes.wordpress.com/

Thanks

Gail Mooney
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« Reply #9 on: November 01, 2009, 08:04:54 PM »

I've been running a new blog, The Wanderer's Apprentice (http://www.wanderersapprentice.com) for the last few months.  I am mostly blogging about using natural history to better understand your subjects and how that can improve your nature and wildlife photography.

I'd love to see some of you guys come visit.

Drew
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« Reply #10 on: November 02, 2009, 08:13:36 PM »

Drew,
I really liked the underwater panos - what an amazing world we live in where you can share something like that...
It's an interesting use of pano technology
Peter
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« Reply #11 on: November 03, 2009, 06:45:37 PM »

Thanks Peter.  It was a lot of fun.  I didn't have the time and crew to do all I did with the Costa Rican ones in the cloud forest canopy (http://www.wanderersapprentice.com/featured-by-national-geographic.html), but it was a fun summer.

Drew
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