Have a link to a site we can all benefit from? If so post it up here for everyone to enjoy!!
If your camera's been stolen, this site may be able to find it. By searching the meta data of billions of images on the net, this program will compare it too the meta data of a pic you upload a photo (original file) that you took with the stolen cam and let the program track it. if your lucky you...
I couldn't sleep last night so I decided to stare at the computer screen for a few hours and rework my photography website. Feel free to have a look and let me know what you think. http://www.suspended-time-photo.com/
This site is HUGE! You never know when you'll need to know this and it's better to be prepared
right here.. http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/
Amazing repository of e-books available...
You have to pay for the service... but like just about everything, there's a free trial....
Pretty much everything technical is there (including photography stuff)... There are videos in the library, too.
Go to this site & enter your name in the box & hit the Sloganize button. DON'T CHEAT, KEEP THE FIRST ONE THEY GIVE YOU.
Mine was - An Army of Jayvig. go ahead Army folks.. laugh it up.
Looks to me like you can now down load and use fils from the Library of Congress's data base right from Flickr.
great for finding photos to practice your Photoshopping skillz...lol. (red the Faq's)
I get Rangefinder for free, its a good mag about photography. here is the link to the free subscription if you want it too. http://www.rangefindermag.com/
I got about 4 mags so far and today i had to re-submit to continue..it is a good mag.
Some new advancements in underwater photography are on their way. They're still not great but leaps and bounds in size and price. Just as in prior posts, this is from the Circuits section of the New York Times, written by David Pogue. I'd kill to have his job - play with every new gizmo and gadget...
I saw this link on another forum and the article is worth a read (although, I'm not overly concerned).
Here's my 2 cents...
The article uses words like...
I'm not big on forwarding links to YouTube videos since there are just tons out there you could end up forwarding all day. This one couldn't be passed up though. This guy has amazing talent
... your entry level DSLR. David Pogue, a tech writer for the NYTimes one of the only people that'll sit and argue technology with me over steaks and wine at Sparks Steakhouse in NYC, has an answer...
Here's the link:
If you're not...
Better get to work on one of these Ross...lol
scroll to page 10 after reading the artical to see the results!
Here's a site with some OLD equipment on it. From wooden tripods to flashes and cameras or lenses. Take a look at it. It's pretty interesting. And it's all for sale - http://www.camerasbay.us/
Niiiice! Watch the guy on the left... cant say id not do the same!
I am thinking of buying a used pop-up camper and found a great site and forum that has a lot of info on them...
havent tried this one but they say it works!
I just came across this at a PS forum so i "Borrowed" it..Shhhhhh.... In the words of Frank Romano... "Holy C**P Marie"
Adobe Photoshop -
secret codes for 'skirting" telephone answereing devices at business.
Here ya go... dont say i never gave you anything...lol
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