I’ve gone through the iffles.com monthly themes group on flickr and have picked out my favorites from January (which was hard – there were so many good ones!), and those should be posted tomorrow. February’s theme is shapes, interpret that however you like and submit them to the pool!
- Brian Cooney recently got a chance to photograph his first basketball game – his little brother’s. He was nice enough to write about his lessons learned.
- Have you ever wondered how three bananas can help improve your wildlife photography skills? Well. Wonder no more.
- I love bold colors, but they’re sometimes hard to capture in photography. Here are some tips to help you do just that.
- Tara Whitney is doing her own persnal project this year – trying to capture at least one family portrait each month, for one year.
- I’m sure you’ve heard how every time you open and resave a jpg file, you lose a bit of quality. To see that in action, check these out.
- Take a look at Epic Edit’s Introduction to Curves.
And now for more of YOUR links. I’m always willing to look at your photography-related blog – all you have to do is tell me in comment that you want me to, and I’ll link to it in the next Weekend Links entry!
- Josiah is also sharing his 365 photos on his blog (appropriately called A Photo a Day). My favorite of his recent photos is this one of a snowy tree-lined road. I like that he also talks about how he edited the photo.
- bumblebeezack recently started a photoblog with some great photos on it. My favorite appears to be of the underside of some bridges – impressive!
- Noreen has a photoblog, too! She’s going to try to complete all the DPS assignments this year, so be sure to follow her blog to see her submissions. In the mean time, check out 3 different angles of a famous Seattle landmark
- Ashlie is posting a photo a day (not necessarily one she took herself, but just anything that inspires her) and writing 1000 words to go along with it, which I think is a really cool idea. Check out the first post.
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