Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Discover new sites and blogs (Blogsearch edition)

In this special edition, we venture into Blogsearch and "discover" new sites and blogs by randomly surfing around. Let's see what we found!

What do you get when you mix AOL and photography? Oh dear! "IM me shutter speed for cloudy skies plz"? Probably not. This actually looks promising, AOL-style, the new Pixcetera website, along with an accompanying blog. Checking it out is a win-win situation if you know what I mean :) And any of you out there, how do you cook these RAW files my digicam keeps writing on da memory chips? IM me plz!

If you are looking for zero tech-talk, and more content at the intersection of arts and photography, be sure to check out That's a Negative, a photography blog by Chas Bowie, that focuses on photography past, present and critical. Every picture shown is analyzed and criticized and put into context. That sounds a bit Dylanesque?

For a more spartan, and less heavy duty photo blog, be sure to check Craig Photo. You can also check Craig's List and the photographer's website :)

Don't you just wish someone created a blog that featured the work of multiple photographers living in Taiwan? Wouldn't that be nice? Well, meet Taiwan Photographers, featuring the work of 30+ photographers.

If you like photos and musings, then you are in luck, because the Photomusings blogs combines them both in a compact and concise package!

Yet another Web 2.0 tangent in this new "beta" website, where photographers connect with publishers and buyers connect with creative content creators. Or something like that. Check it out!

All websites mentioned above have been added to the Discover New Sites Wall. If you have a website or blog, or you want to nominate your favorite websites or blogs, just send us an email.

Bonus! discovers new content as well, the text is in Swedish, but the most of the links are in english, and photography is a universal language after all :)


Craig Brewer said...

Saw that you gave a plug for my blog and website and really appreciate it!

1001 noisy cameras said...

You are welcome!

With so many websites and blogs, it's simply impossible for one person to "discover" them all, and that was the idea behind this recurring post!