- PROJECT: 3D For Everyone
Neil is urging us to break out of the 2D realm and shoot some 3D photos. He’s also giving away some nifty prizes for this one!
- Are you ready? May Challenge, let’s go!
Trevor is mxing things up a bit and he’s doing two challenges in a row! May is a month for themes, and the first theme of the project is “beverage”.
- 10 Best Methods to take Great Photographs
My Camera World
A very nice collection of tips and thoughts on how to improve your photography.
- 5 Tips for Avoiding Noise in Digital Photos
Zoom In Online
Here are 5 quick tips to help you avoid digital noise problems that we all encounter.
- 9 Lighting Types to Harness & Improve Your Photography
digital Photography School
Yes indeed, different lighting conditions have different names. They also need to be dealt with differently — here are 9 of the most common lighting types.
- 44 Totally Random Photo Tips for Every Pro Photographer
Photo Pro Tips
A new blog with some useful advice for Professional Photographers both young and old. Great resource for newbies in the commercial photography world.
- Ansel Adams’s Yosemite
The New York Times
Hear the backstory on the photographer’s iconic images from his former assistant Andrea G. Stillman. Really neat audio commentary that goes along with some of Adam’s photos.
- What Are Your Favorite Photography Related Films?
Thomas Hawk’s Digital Connection
Looking for something to watch after you put your camera down for the day? Here’s a nice looking list of movies from Thomas Hawk.
- Proper Equipment for Shooting Landscapes
Tips on lenses and tripods that are well suited for photographing landscapes.
- Creative Commons
Digital Photo Pro
A very well done article by Jim Goldstein on the topic of Creative Commons.
- How to shoot your kids, Part II
Be A Good Dad
Our pal, Trevor Carpenter, has been co-authoring on a blog called “Be A Good Dad” and he’s written a few articles dealing with photography. In this article, he goes over some equipment options for the family photographer.