- 15 Fun Fabulous Fisheye Photos
digital Photography School
If you’ve ever been interested in fisheye photography, check out this article packed with great examples and explanations by Neil Creek.
- 11 Things To Do With Your Cameraphone While You Wait
We have our cameraphones with us more than our real cameras, so why not use them to explore the world around us and shoot it up?
- DSLR Viewfinder Size / Coverage Comparison
Here’s a neat little chart that shows crop factors, coverage areas, magnification, and effective sizes for the viewfinders on just about all dSLRs.
- 5 ways to deal with negative photo-critiques
Dealing with criticism is a difficult thing to do as a photographer — we have a strong connection with those photos. But critiques will happen, so here are five ways to deal with them.
- 13 of the best flickr silhouette pictures
All Day I Dream About Photography
A very nice collection of silhouette photos from the creative minds at Flickr.
- How to frak your next digital camera purchase
1001 Noisy Cameras
Wanna screw up your next camera purchase? Here are some tips to help you accomplish that.
- Do you know what Hyperfocal Distance is?
Do you like to photograph landscapes? Do you know what hyperfocal distance refers to? Check out this great technical explanation, complete with some fun charts.
- 70 Free Photoshop Actions
Reyns Wim Photography
Wow, a very nicely done package of Photoshop actions. The download page also has a preview functionality so you can see what all the actions do. Most of them are for “normal” editing techniques, but there are a few “artistic” ones in there too.
- Color Junkies
The Online Photographer
“The Online Photographer” takes a stance against color photos. Somewhat humorous, but he makse some very good points for b&w and how to evaluate if a color photo is really worth pursuing in color.
- If You Put That Picture On The Internet I’ll Call My Lawyer
Jeremy Brooks runs into a crazy guy on the street and writes about his confrontation. Here’s a good example of when to stand up for your rights against people who think they can bully photographers.
- And here’s a neat photojournalism video/slideshow from Richard Wong.