Other must see blog posts.
In Addition to my 10 favorites of 2010, I thought I should post some link to other interesting Blog post. Here is a short list below check them. Enjoy and as always Happy Shooting.
Mike Pereira’s best of 2010 – http://mikeypereira.wordpress.com/2011/01/10/ten-out-of-10/ (I especially like #6).
John Fujimagari’s best of 2010 – http://johnfuji.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/best-photos-of-twenty-ten/ (I really like the last image. it would make a great National Geographic shot).
John Fujimagari also post a list of the best of 2010 links, here it is – http://johnfuji.wordpress.com/2011/01/15/jim-goldsteins-best-photos-of-2010-blog-project-results/
Darwin Wiggett’s Hidden Gems of 2010 – http://darwinwiggett.wordpress.com/2010/12/30/hidden-gems-of-2010/ (of course, I love all of Darwin’s work but 4 and 7 I like the best).
Samantha Chrysanthou’s Faves of 2010 – http://samsrant.wordpress.com/2010/12/29/faves-of-2010/ (I love the last of these images. I should say that I have followed Sam’s Rant quite a bit this year and have been inspired many times, Sam sees things so well).
Here are some links to photos from the SNAP! Photography Seminar held in Baker Creek last fall. It was called the Harvest Moon and if you haven’t signed up for the 2011 seminar you should do so. It will be a great weekend of shooting. There is always an AH HA moment for me in workshops and at this one it was Samantha Chrysanthou’s talk on composition (pokeys and merging lines was worth the price of admission). As I said above Sam’s was to me in 2010. Here are the links;
John E. Marriott’s Snap October 2010 Weekend Workshop Blog Post – http://blog.wildernessprints.com/2010/12/snap-october-2011-weekend-workshop.html
Darwin Wiggett’s SNAP! Photography Seminars Weekend Workshop Blog Post – http://darwinwiggett.wordpress.com/2010/12/04/snap-photography-seminars-weekend-workshop-2011/
Samantha Chrysanthou’s Workshop Walk Blog Post – http://samsrant.wordpress.com/2010/10/25/workshop-walk/
To close here is a previously unposted image of mine. Thanks for stopping by.