A few good links...

It has been a while since I last posted. I have found myself reading a
few very interesting blogs related to the photo industry of late - that
is when I am actually here in the office. Hence, I thought I would share with you some links to my favorite blogs. Here goes....

A Photo Editor
A Photo Editor is one of those rare blogs that comes along every once in a while and actually has something useful to convey - if you are a photographer, check this one out right now - you won't regret it. And it is published by former Outside and Men's Journal photo editor Rob Haggart. An insiders look at photography...and one of the few blogs where good info can be gleamed from the comments as well as the posts.

Whats the Jackanory
Another good blog similar to A Photo Editor - some very good articles for pro photographers as well.

A Visual Society
Some good stuff here - check out the articles on Portfolios and websites.

Strobist
A well known blog but none the less very informative.

Popular Photography's State of the Art Blog
Entertaining...

Photo Business Forum
John Harrington gets it right pretty much every post. A gold mine for smart business practices.

Photoshop Insider
Scott Kelby often posts some very informative stuff and I just like his style.

Chase Jarvis
Chase shows the rest of the world what is inside the "black box" of advertising photography. Some very interesting information on his blog.

What the Duck
And last but not least we all need a little humor in our lives and What the Duck provides a good dose of reality on a daily basis!

These are just a sampling of blogs I check on a regular basis - by no means daily - but check them out and see what you think. It is my hope that my own blog here can become a valuable resource for photo editors and photographers alike. My newsletter is very well known and is sent out to thousands of photo editors, photographers and art buyers around the world. If you want to check that out you can download back issues on my website here.

Thanks for checking in. Until next time...

1 comments:

Neil Cowley said...

Thanks for editing the internet!