Batch processing images in Photoshop will save you gobs of your time. Trust me on this.
2point8: “A wide-open view on the practice of street photography by Michael David Murphy.”
ScreenCastsOnline video tutorials that are rich in content
Tim Solley has 9 Ways To Make Your Portrait Subjects Look Thinner and 10 Tips For Better Portraits
I now read the International Herald Tribune online [yeah late to the game, so please don’t flame me for it]
If you are using TypePad [and why wouldn’t you?] for your blogging habit, you may want to check out TypePad Hacks a terrific array of services [yo, nothing is free] to customize your TypePad site.
Speaking of blogging, want to have your blog visitors rate your blog? I know there are a zillion services that will offer this option, but I am leaning towards Authorati, a service founded by Murali Narasimhan [ok, so to contradict myself, this is a free service]
ProBlogger has a newly designed site that I am digging quite a bit. Darren’s erudite posts make him top dog in this market.
Human Planetary Impact In Pictures [this might make you sick as it should]
Puja Parakh, a digital media enthusiast and photographer based in Seattle
Utata, Tribal Photography [no, not what you think so more the reason for you to check it out] “Our goal is to become a semi-civil online tribe devoted to creating and promoting good art.”
Youth In Focus, a Seattle-based organization that “empower urban teens, through photography, to experience their world in new ways and make positive changes in their lives.”
Still Journal “is a weekly digest of accumulated links, tutorials, news, tricks, ideas and creativity on the culture and art of modern photography.”
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