Some Links, Inspiration and a Flickr Group

First off, the folks over at Adobe have launched a Lightroom community help site or, as they call it, a “wiki”. Seriously, do they ever sleep there? Anyway, I was extremely honored because at the last Photoshop World in Las Vegas, I met with a few of the Adobe folks and they asked if I was interested in participating by making some quick 30-60 second videos that people could watch quickly (fast being the whole idea behind...

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Thursday Inspiration

It’s been a while since I’ve posted an inspirational website so here’s two to make up for it. The first one kind of struck a personal chord with me because I love to play golf. Back in the early and mid 90’s I used to practice 4-5 times a week and play at least twice a week all year round (the perks of living in Florida ). The late 90’s came and I got married and had kids so golf has taken a back seat....

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A little inspiration (and stuff) to hold you over

It’s a short week for me so here are a few things to hold you over the long weekend. 1) First, pay a visit to Rodolphe Simeon Photography. His photostream over at Flickr is generating quite a bit of traffic and his website has some really great photos on it. Definitely worth visiting. 2) A while ago I posted a link to Elizabeth Carmel’s fine art photography website. Well, she’s updated the look and added some new...

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Wednesday Inspiration – Elizabeth Carmel

Elizabeth Carmel is a Sierra-based photographer specializing in unique, expressive landscapes and “waterscapes”. There’s three reasons to visit her site. 1) Her photography rocks! 2) She’s got a really cool photo blog with some interesting insights 3) Her photography REALLY rocks! Check out Elizabeth’s site here at (www.elizabethcarmel.com). (Photo credit: Elizabeth...

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Wednesday Inspiration – Erik Almas Photography

You guys are going to love this week’s inspirational link. His name is Erik Almas and I just spend about 20 minutes going through his photos. They’re amazing from every aspect (lighting, composition, subject matter). What I like most about his work is that the subject (usually a person) and their surroundings (usually some awesome scenic place) are both wonderfully thought out. Each subject fits their surrounding and each...

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Wednesday Inspiration – LeRoy DeJolie

I’m just a few weeks away from my Arizona workshop with the GAPW. We’re going to Page, Arizona to shoot the Antelope Slot Canyons and surrounding areas. Anyway… that’s besides the point. This morning I was searching for some hot photo spots around the area since I’ll be out there a day early and guess what I came across? LeRoy DeJolie’s website. LeRoy is actually the pro-photographer that is...

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