Have a link to a site that could help others....here is the place to put it!!
I've been doing a lot of research today on photography... info on taking better pictures, helpful articles, forums, organizations and associations, contests, etc... kind of putting together a list of photography resources... What else is there to do when it's raining ALL DARN DAY right :( :( LOL......
For those that have the flavor for Nikon... here is a good message board for more information on their cameras!
Nikon Camera Forum
For those looking for more in depth information pertaining to the Canon Digital Cameras (and for a good camera market place) come check out this forum. Both Trish and I are members over here:
Canon Digital Camera Forum
The current Lightroom 3 public beta will expire on April 30, 2010.
until now until April 30th, you can use a beta version of lightroom for free :)
can't wait to get home & d/l and start playing!
Hey all... got my smugmug up and customized. Check it out. http://jayvig.smugmug.com
I created my site to help photographers find great locations in Upstate NY:
I want to subscribe to a photography magazine but, like everything else, there are tons. Here's the first list I found -http://www.magazines.com/ncom/mag?subject=54&id=3854633551558 - any one in particular recommended?
For those of you interested in Nature photography http://www.naturescapes.net/home.htm
This seems to have a pretty good forum for nature shots.
Click the image above for more info........thought it might be an interesting thing to win :dunno
of "McPicturetaker" sales....if anyone wouldn't mind taking a look at this link and giving me some advice for it....It doesn't seem as dynamic as smugmug or some of the other sites, but this is free...so I guess I take what I can get.
For once, a cool idea and free... Downloadable, free lens Hoods... I was thinking, you can DL, Print, trace onto thin plastic or foam paper and velcro or tape to your lens, then take off and just fold em up and stick in your bag, they'll take up no room!! and you can carry them in a pocket , in...
Site in the UK that's a big help for the new Adobe LightRoom!
AWESOME info on copyrighting for photog's in here.
The Adirondack Photography Institute has just released its 2007 workshop schedule. We are the only organization of this type offering programs in the Adirondack Park. Our goal is to provide world-class instruction in outdoor photography at locations throughout the park and region.
I have been listening to this show for a about a year. All of their show are in an archive that you can go back and listen to from your computer, and each show has a gallery with pictures that they discuss. They have some excellent recognized photographers as guests and it is a great program......
I found this site on high speed photography... not sure if anyone has ever tried any of this stuff... looks pretty cool. http://www.woodselec.com/index.htm
Water Drop Landing
Here are some of the links i have collected.. enjoy!
How to clean the sensor
I found a huge page of automobile photography shooting tips... check it out...
Came across this Red Bull Contest sounds pretty interesting. Thought I would share with everyone.
Here is the link to the site page: http://www.photoworkshop.com/canon/nationalparks/index.htm
Read the rules carefully as the photographs must be taken at a National park only.
I am wondering how would you find the closest National park? :dunno
There seems to be a ton of photo contests available online... some of them with pretty hefty prizes :thumb .... this is another way to get some good exposure, and maybe win a little cash :D ...now that everyone is going digital... entering photo contests are easier than ever... usually...
Current Cannon Promotions
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