From my submission to Jim Goldstein’s Best Photo Project. Every year Jim gathers up the best images of photographers on the web and publishes a list, linking to the individual’s site or blog. I have participated every year since 2010.
Click on the link above to see the list. Be sure to check out the great images from some great photographers. Thanks to Jim Goldstein for doing this great service.
In the best light…
Every year Jim Goldstein gathers up the year’s best from photo bloggers from around the world and publishes them in one big post. He’s done his blog project annually since 2007.
Best Photos of 2009 by JMG-Galleries Blog Readers – My first year
Thanks to Jim for this huge commitment.
In the best light…
This blog post has been copied from Jim Goldstein’s blog post: Best Photos of 2011 by JMG-Galleries Blog Readers (click to the left to read the original). For the last 5 years, Jim has collected photographers’ best photos from the previous year. This is my third year on the list, my blog post “John Fujimagari’s Best of 2011” coming in at #55. Last year’s blog post was Best Photos of Twenty Ten. The previous year, I wasn’t blogging and created a set on Flickr called Top 12, 2009.
For the last four years, Jim Goldstein has been compiling lists from photographers of their personal best pictures of that year. This year he had one hundred sixty two respondents. I just barely made it in this year, because I didn’t see his request for submissions until the last minute. I was also on last year’s list @ 104.
Jim is a professional photographer based in the San Francisco/Bay Area of California. This year Jim also selected entries he particularly enjoyed and marked them with ***. I was honoured to have my images selected. I’m marking my contacts and photographers that I follow with !!!. I haven’t had time to go through all of the excellent sets, but you know I’ll be adding more to my blog reading with all of the shooters out there.