Last Friday, here on The Photoshop Insider, I did a post called “10 Blogs You Gotta Read, Part I,” and at the end of that post I invited you (my readers) to post some of your favorite blogs as comments on that post. Well, here they are (with your comments included):

  • The Photography Blog (link)
    I'll leave a shameless plug for my own site. 1/2 million visitors per month can't be wrong! (reader comment)
  • DPReview (link)
    If you are into new gear or are interested in buying some, chances are that these guys have done a thorough review of it. (reader comment)
  • The Radient Vista (link)
    One of the best resources for photography I've come across. These guys rock. I've been to three of their workshops too. (reader comment)
  • PDN Pulse (link)
    Photo District News, the magazine for professional photogs, now has a blog called PDN Pulse which includes lots of breaking news, fun stuff, and daily content aggregation called The Photo Feed. (reader comment)
  • More than we thought (link)
    Best damned photoblog – in all humility. Mine. (reader comment)
  • Sharing my Light (link)
    I post about photoshop, lighting, taking better pictures, etc. (reader comment)
  • Photoshop for Video (link)
    Well, I’m biased (reader comment)
  • Laughing Lion Design Blog (link)
    I'm going to be really bold and plug my own Photoshop and Design Resource blog from Ireland. (reader comment)
  • Digital Photography School (link)
    Love this oneâ¦. (reader comment)
  • Pixelated Image Blog (link)
    You have mentioned him before, David Duchemin's Pixelated Image; Outstanding and quite instructional. (reader comment)

There you have it. Now, I know some of you are probably thinking, “Aw man, I should have posted a link to my blog” or to your friend’s blog, or your company’s blog, etc. Ya know, you really shoulda.

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Scott is the President of KelbyOne, an online educational community for Photographers, Photoshop and Lightroom users. He's editor and publisher of Photoshop User Magazine, Conference Technical Chair for the Photoshop World Conference, and the author of a string of bestselling Photoshop, Lightroom, and photography books.