Copyright Scott Bourne 2004 - All Rights Reserved

Copyright Scott Bourne 2004 - All Rights Reserved

While I am pretty busy keeping full of good info, I do take time to read other photo blogs and publications and listen to or watch other podcasts. So here’s a list of SOME of my current favorites is no particular order.

Skip Cohen is a past president of Hasselblad and WPPI. He’s also the past publisher of Rangefinder Magazine. He’s been around the wedding/portrait business forever and knows everyone. He’s one very smart, talented guy. He just took the plunge with a new blog and already I find myself checking it regularly. Skip is someone to pay attention to if you’re a pro or going pro.

As most of you know, I am an Aperture guy – through and through. But if you prefer Lightroom, this is the place to go for tips, tricks and more. Matt is the guy you want to learn from and his site is the best place I’ve seen when it comes to LR.

My friend Arthur Morris has started a blog. If you’re into bird photography he generously shares lots of free info here.

Nikon users should check this site every Thursday for DTown, hosted by Scott Kelby & Matt Kloskowski (Yes I know a second site involving Matt – that’s just the way it is.) It’s like a TV show only it’s focused exclusively on Nikon cameras/lenses/flashes and how to get the most out of them. Unfortunately, I haven’t ever found anything like this for Canon shooters.

The PhotoShelter blog is chock full of useful info for photographers. The articles there are usually pretty deep and certainly worth your time.

David duChemin is fast becoming a rock star in the photo industry. His blog is full of some of the most well-written articles on photography I have ever read. He’s deep, thoughtful and inspiring.

Scott Kelby is one of my new heros. He has a huge organization and probably is doing more to help photographers than any single person I’ve ever heard of. His blog is particularly well done. There’s no fluff here. There’s always something valuable to photographers and I stop by there every day, Monday through Friday.

Alltop has long been on my favorites list. Anything I read regularly that you don’t see above, I probably find here. Guy Kawasaki’s Alltop is the only aggregator that I trust and the only one that seems to be 100% respectful of the content creators (and their Copyrights) it aggregates. The photo-related info I find here is always helpful.


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