Saturday Shout: It’s All About You

March 24, 2007 | Mark Goldstein | Saturday Shout | 18 Comments | |

Saturday ShoutAfter weeks of covering the PMA show and writing about the latest and greatest cameras and kit, I thought it would be good to get back to what we’re all really interested in - taking photos. This week’s Saturday Shout is your chance to shamelessly promote your own photography by leaving a link to your website or online gallery in the Comments section. Just so long as you also write a paragraph or two about your particular photographic interests. Think of it as a caring, sharing group hug where we all get to look at some nice photos, whilst learning a little bit about each other (but not too much!). Ahhhhh. Bless.

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#1 Mark Goldstein

I'll start things off then.

Hi, my name's Mark, I'm the editor of this website and also a photographer when I get the spare time. I'm mostly interested in urban and event photography - think quirky city details and street festivals. My shameless link is to:

where I attempt (but fail) to post a photo a day.

12:49 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#2 nic

hello everyone.

My name is Nick. I`m a student and a freelance photgrapher in my spare time.

my photo blog is at

it`s not in english, but there aren`t many words so you will manage I hope.

cheers !

1:08 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#3 Nick


Never been one to give up the chance of a shameless plug. I am another Nick.

I am a wedding and stock photographer first and foremost and play around with websites in my spare time. I hereby plug my wedding portfolio with no shame whatsoever.

Cheers Mark,

All the best,

Ncik (spelt it wrong but left it because it looks FCUK)

1:25 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#4 Jim Cox

I like experimenting with infrared, light paintings, and painting on the computer. I wander around trying to take nature shots and often visit historical villages.

2:08 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#5 Jim Cox

I will try this again. My website is Thank you for the promotion.

2:17 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#6 Chris

Hello fellow readers,

I am a hobbyist nature photographer who also takes on assignments when requested. I post a photo daily to my web site, in order to keep me shooting. I also write a weekly photography tip,


4:23 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#7 Jason

Shameless plug! Sweet!

I am Jason. I am a boy. I like to take photos. Of everything.

Here's my website, updated sometimes:

4:58 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#8 Christian

I run a website about photography in German an do mostly travel photography and landscape, sometimes more. Here is my site:

There are also some articles and news...

5:17 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#9 david winton

A welcome forum at that. Already pilfered through and thoroughly enjoyed the folk who've already put themselves on offer, and now ploppin in my own turn. is my site for all things photo and other nonsense. putting up a new site version on monday, so please check back!

7:32 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#10 david winton


10:05 pm - Saturday, March 24, 2007

#11 Nicholas

A big SHOUT to All,

PhotographyBlog is my daily first stop on the web, EVERY DAY.

And now I get a chance to invite you to visit my site.

I claim to be New York's only Artistic Photographer (at the present time). I am trying to create a new category to which photogs can point their cameras.

I invite others to join in:

I suggest that an Artistic Photographer
simply captures a subject's being at the peak moment when the subject expresses him/her/it self by means of being him/her/it self, and you don't need 5,8 or 10 frames per second to do so.

Regards, Nicholas

12:03 am - Sunday, March 25, 2007

#12 Mike

My name is Mike and having spent the better part of the last 10 years associated with the Fire Service in Southern California, my photography tends to focus mostly on the Emergency Services and incidents I've been a part of. But, like most photographers, I am never without a camera and never pass up an opprotunity to grab whatever catches my eye. From Disneyland and Walt Disney World, to San Pedro Harbor at night, there is a little bit of everything on my website for everyone!

So come on by and enjoy!

6:40 pm - Sunday, March 25, 2007

#13 Andrew Slayman

My name is Andrew Slayman. I specialize in color landscapes, including some large-format work. You can visit my web site at

9:27 pm - Sunday, March 25, 2007

#14 Zoltán

My name is Zoltán, and I am from Hungary.
Photography has so far been a hobby for me, so I try my hand at everything and don't yet specialise in anything.

I have a small black-and-white gallery up at, which you are cordially invited to have a look at and leave a comment.

12:23 pm - Monday, March 26, 2007

#15 Albert MacSweeny

Hi all! I'm Alb, I post my photos at It's mostly landscapes from here in Ireland but also some shots from my travels around Europe so far. I like all kinds of photography and hope that over time I can expand my range of styles and continue to improve.

9:11 pm - Monday, March 26, 2007

#16 Arun


I have an image gallery of my photos on India at

My digital photography blog at

8:23 am - Tuesday, March 27, 2007

#17 Eric

Thanks for this cool post. My site is

It's a spinoff from my old blogger-based blog,

Basically, I talk about stuff that I like, which is all the random gadgets that us photography geeks are into. I tend to speculate and spin the rumor-mill too on - recently on the Canon 40D and Nikon D3 vaporware. I try to plug a great photo from flickr every day or so.

That's all for now. Thanks for letting me introduce myself here!

6:12 am - Saturday, April 7, 2007

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