For those that are keeping up via feed reader, you may have noticed some Flickr additions over the weekend. As the “What’s This?” arc came to completion, I thought it might be fun to compile all the images into their own dedicated set on Flickr for everyone to enjoy. As it turned out, I had not been keeping up with cross-posting images there as much as I had thought, so it took several visits back and forth between the site files and Flickr to get everything together. The Flickr images show up as their own feed posts, so there were a few extra feeds over the last few days. It’s rather fun to see the collected images all in one place, and it also brings a project to completion. See the complete 22 week collection here: What’s This? Flickr Gallery
Seeing projects come to completion can be a motivating force and can drive inspiration, so I’ve also brought myself current with the latest photography magazines. Most especially relevant for today was the latest issue of Rangefinder magazine. The web version can be found at www.rangefindermag.com and is enjoyable to be sure, but the print version really shows so much better. Get your copy off newstands – this issue is well worth it! Artists such as Dixie Dixon and Jay Stock give a great dose of inspiration and demonstrate that anyone can be successful if you have the passion and inspiration, no matter if you are new to photography or have been around the block a few times. Also in this issue is an excellent article on creating your own fine art photography books. The price tag is high, but the end results seem pretty amazing!
From the blog front:
- I also would like to take a moment to thank Crash Taylor again for his Thursday Thoughts interview last week. Some great imagery in there also serve as excellent sources of inspiration, so be sure to stop over at his site and see the latest developments he has to offer. Thanks Crash!
- For those of you that have not downloaded the podcast yet, be sure to take some time to give it a listen – you can win the new Streetwalker backpack from Think Tank Photo! I did my review on the show, and am giving the back to some lucky listener. Find out how by listening to the show. It’s a $140 value and you can have it for free! How’s that for a dose of inspiration?
Feel free to share your images too – remember, at the end of the month, I will be doing a montage of all the images submitted to the “Flat” theme thread over at the Canon Blogger Flickr presence to feature here on the blog, so get in while you can to win fame and fortune! (Well, maybe not, but it’s always fun to see your images online, right?)