I decided to change the format a bit here, from “My Favorite Blog Posts” to “My Favorite Stuff on the Web” so I wouldn’t be locked into turning you on to JUST cool blog entries. Now I can also share awesome photos, articles, blogs and other random stuff that’s either useful, insanely cool or flat out interesting. Hope you don’t mind the change. Without further ado, here’s some more great stuff.
Images from a Trek in Patagonia – Colby Brown
Colby has been posting a series of amazing images from a recent trek in the Patagonian mountains. I already wanted to visit but viewing his photos makes me wish I were leaving tomorrow!
Why Do You Photograph – Jay Goodrich
Thought provoking article about what drives us to get up before dawn, stay out after sunset and travel to the ends of the earth to create photographic images with some fantastic and inspiring responses, including this one by Guy Tal.
Soft Proofing in Lightroom Now Available – Nat Coalson
Soft proofing is part of the workflow to ensure that your print matches what you see on your screen. Until now, it couldn’t be done from within Lightroom. My friend & Adobe Certified Expert Nat Coalson shows you how to soft proof within Lightroom using a new plug-in.
Lightroom 3.3 Has Arrived - Adobe
This update doesn’t bring lots of exciting new features but if you’ve been frustrated by a lack of RAW support for your Canon S95 (or other new camera), it’s time to celebrate.
Click here to download the Windows version of Lightroom 3.3
Click here to download the Mac version of Lightroom 3.3
More Stuff to Click On – Carl Donohue
Carl has compiled another great list of interesting and useful stuff found all over the web and it’s not just photo related. I always enjoy this compilation.
And from my archives:
New on flickr: Reflection Lake Sunrise at Mt. Rainier National Park
An old photo I re-processed to fulfill a print order from a client that I posted on flickr last week. Mt. Rainier NP is one of my favorite places and one I’ll likely visit again during wildflower season in 2011.
Quick Tip: Explore Your Options
I share a little tip that works for me when seeking out the most dynamic composition at new location.
That’s all until next week. Y’all have a great week and weekend!