Friday favorites

All right, folks. I’m shaking it up a little bit here since (a) I’m living in a new place, (b) I’m full-time photo again (!!!!!) and (c) because I don’t want those of y’all who aren’t photographers to feel left out on Fridays.

Starting today, I’m separating my Friday Favorites into categories! (List makers and OCD organizers, rejoice!)

Photography

  • A camera wallet? This looks like the perfect birthday/anniversary/any-other-day present for your favorite photographer.
  • Some tips for sharper still images. These are really good and definitely something to think about… and something to remember when you’re shooting in low-lighting without a flash.
  • For you photographers out there, check out these open contests at PDN. Also, Aperture is calling for entries in their Portfolio Prize.
  • Speaking of, I think I might need a new camera bag. Because, apparently, PJs like these…
  • These amusement park photos are stunning. (Also? Next time there is a fair in town, you better believe I’m gonna be there!)

Odds and Ends

  • For those of you who love Game of Thrones, check out this violin rendition of its theme song. Trust me, it’s amazing.
  • Three words: Corgi jail break. My heart pretty much melted when I watched this video.

And I will leave y’all with this quote that was posted at A Photo Editor today because it rings true.

 

Happy Friday, everyone!

What are your Friday favorites?

 

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  • July 8, 2011 - 1:06 pm

    Renee - Oh, that corgi video is darling!ReplyCancel

  • July 8, 2011 - 1:53 pm

    Becca - Love that wallet! One more thing to add to my Christmas list. Thanks for the sharpening tips article. I am always looking for ways to make my photos sharper so I want all the advice I can get!

    That is such a great quote too! Have a great weekend Erin!ReplyCancel

    • July 8, 2011 - 2:43 pm

      Erin - Thanks, Becca! You have a great weekend, too!

      That article is a fantastic one. When I was first starting out and was shooting in a lot of low-light, I asked one of my professors about this, and she told me to hold my breath. It’s something that I pay attention to all the time!ReplyCancel

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