♦ – Jason Moore has been one of the pioneers of the photography blog interview. His Photoshop and photography blogroll has been giving insite into the blogging world of some of the best in the industry. Names like Scott Kelby, David Hobby, Joey Lawrence, John Nack, Chris Orwig, and many more (I’m still not quite sure how I slipped in to this list). Jason also does a nice blogroll round-up each week of blogs for all those that he has interviewed. But that’s not really what I wanted to share with you.
The other day I was roaming around his blog and clicked on the link to Jason’s personal portfolio. Jason has some nice stuff but what I really liked was the very clean look to his website. It’s not overdone with flashy splash screens, just neat, clean, and very stylish. Oh, but don’t think that Jason doesn’t have some cool factor in there. When I clicked on one of the galleries, I was greeted by one of the coolest thumbnail pages that I have seen in a while. It’s called Tiltview and it is made by those crafty folks over at Airtight Interactive. The same folks that have developed some of those very cool gallery pages for Lightroom. So don’t take my word for it, jump on over to Jason’s portfolio page and check it out for yourself. When you are done, check out some of the nifty stuff over at the Airtight Interactive site.
♦ – I would like to thank Canon Blogger for including me in their Best 8 of 2008 blog sites. Once again I am very flattered that folks honor my site and appreciate the kudos. If you get a chance, check out the Canon Blogger site run by Jason Anderson. It is a great blog filled with lots of photography goodness.
♦ – Not that I’m trying to take attention away from my own blog but I found a pretty nice photowalk site that I wanted to pass along. Hey, that’s what I do, right? I mean we’re all in this photowalk thing together. The site is called Photowalk List and its goal is to help you find a photowalk near you. It’s a very nice looking site where you can not only find a photowalk, but advertise one too. Make sure you check it out, but don’t forget where you heard about it.