This year we had an amazing turn out for the Best Photos of 2010 blog project with 160 entries, topping the results for best photos of 2009, best photos of 2008 and best photos of 2007! Participants spanned a spectrum of skill levels from hobbyists to professionals and covered a wide variety of genres including landscape, macro, nature, photojournalism, portraiture, event, wildlife, fine art photography and more. The
As has become a tradition on the JMG-Galleries blog I’d like to invite you to take part in the 4th annual best photos of the year blog project. This is by far my most popular blog project. Year over year this project has continued to see a 30% increase in participation with last years participation hitting 124 participants (see Best Photos of 2009, Best Photos of 2008 and Best Photos of 2007). In fact its prove
By the look of this years submissions 2009 was a stellar year for many of the photographers who read the JMG-Galleries blog. The amount of participation in this years Best Photos of 2009 blog project was amazing… up over 30% from last year to 124 participants. Thanks to everyone who took part this year and for those that did not I’m hopeful you’ll take part next year. Photographers taking part in th
As has become a yearly tradition on the JMG-Galleries blog I’m kicking off the 3rd annual blog project for you to share your best photos of the past year. Last year we had nearly 100 people take part (Best Photos of 2008 by JMG-Galleries Blog Reader’s) tripling the results from 2007 (Best Photos From 2007 by JMG-Galleries Blog Reader’s). This has proven to be increasingly popular and a great way to introduce JM
The results are in for the Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers 2009 blog project. Turn out similar to last year was small, but given the economy was worse this year than last I’m happy with the degree of participation. If you decide to pick up a print, book, calendar, etc. before the end of the year feel free to drop me an email and I’ll be happy to add an addendum to the results below. In this
This year my entry for my Photo Project: Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers 2009 focuses on artists with a fine eye for observation. One thing I’ve noticed about creative work that I’m attracted to is they almost always incite the same core reaction from me. I wish I had been in the right creative mindset to see that. First up is a photo from Joseph Rossbach titled “Small Worlds”.
Before I head out to Yosemite I wanted to make sure that everyone planning on taking part in the Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers 2009 photo project knows the deadline has been extended to Friday December 11th. I’m hopeful this gives everyone a little more breathing room to take part in this years project and to find photo prints worthy of purchasing. Be sure to pass word on to others about the pr
Last year I kicked off the first year of the Buying Prints from Your Favorite Photographers blog project and was really happy with the participation, but even happier with the prints I purchased. In the hope of building upon last years effort I’m kicking off another blog project with the exact same goals. For details see below… “It’s not a photo until its a print“ One of the unique aspec