Tuesday, March 13, 2012

T4T: Two for Tuesday - Chip Phillips & Learning the Light

Two for Tuesday - our time to pass along the two websites that caught our attention this week.  We hope you enjoy these links and encourage you to visit these sites. 

And as always, we have written permission to post and take a screen shot of these websites from the owners.  (By the way other bloggers out there, it's the law if work is copyrighted!  Sorry - little touchy this week since some of our work was pirated by another blogger without proper permission or even a link back to the original work.)  But onto happier thoughts.  Here is our Two for Tuesday picks...

Portfolio/Gallery - Chip Phillips Photography

Chip Phillips Photography - www.chipphillipsphotography.com


We have thoroughly enjoyed perusing through Chip's galleries online.  We especially like his 'Frozen Pond, Jasper, Alberta' in the Intimate Scenes gallery and 'Leigh Lake Reflections' in the Mountains and Lakes gallery.  Chip also offers one-on-one workshops, and holds a 20 year teaching background to go along with his extraordinary photography.  $300 for a one-on-one, one-day workshop in the Palouse region of the Pacific Northwest is a bargain if your work comes out even at half of the quality that Chip is producing!

Photography Blog - Learning the Light

Learning the Light - www.learningthelight.com


"Learning the Light, developing our photography" is the banner on this photography blog, but it means so much more.  Learning the Light has integrated guest posts, collection photographs & how they were taken, how-to tutorials, and random photographs into a very eclectic and informative site.  They also include information on competitions, gear reviews, and "How I Got the Shot" tutorials.  While some of the expert interviews tend to focus on wedding photography, there are still great learning opportunities on this blog.  We hope you'll find something that can increase your knowledge base, and hook you into coming back to Learning the Light!

If you have ideas for future sites for us to review - leave a comment in the comments box below, or contact us via the Contact Page on our portfolio website.  And don't forget to
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