Today I thought I would list a few of the photographic blogs that I return to week after week. These are blogs that I use for inspiration, information and enjoyment.
David duChemin’s Pixelated Image blog is one of my favorites. David is, in his words, a “freelance humanitarian photographer.” David is also the author of one of the year’s best photo books Within the Frame. My advice, if you read no other book this year, read this one.
David’s blog is at Pixelated Image
Bob Krist is a well-known and popular travel photographer who contributes to National Geographic Traveler, Outdoor Photography and many others. Bob’s latest book is the very fine and interesting Travel Photography: Documenting the Worlds People and Places. Bob is starting to work with multi-media and is including examples in his blog.
Bob’s blog can be found at Photo Traveler
Attorney Carolyn E. Wright presents the “Photo Attorney” blog. The “Photo Attorney” blog discusses legal issues that affect photographers and the business of photography. Freedom to photograph and copyright issues are regular fodder for Carolyn’s blog. Carolyn is also the author of the Photographer’s legal Guide, a must own for photographers.
Read Carolyn at Photo Attorney
The prolific author and Photoshop expert Scott Kelby writes the “Photoshop Insider” blog. This is a combination of Photoshop and Lightroom tips and stories of some of Scott’s experiences while on shoots. Scott is the author of many books and is the president of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals.
Scott’s blog is at Photoshop Insider
Scott, along with Matt Kloskowski, also produces Nikon related how-to videos at D Town TV
Hey these are just a few of my favorite photo
blogs. Feel free to list some of your own
favorites. Next week I’ll list a few of
my favorite non-photography related blogs and websites. Be sure to head back here on Friday for
another interesting “Photo Friday” post.
The image at the top of the post is Cedar Falls in Hocking Hills State Park. The park is located in south-central Ohio and is a photographer's dream come true.
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