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Use Camerapedia.org to Research Your Next Camera

I’ve been finding myself visiting Camerapedia.org more and more lately, but I keep forgetting to mention it on the blog. This website, similar in structure to the Wikipedia, is dedicated to cameras. It’s a great tool if you’re looking for some basic information on a new camera (or an old one for that matter). Many of the articles in there also have external links to other articles around the web.

Camerapedia.org also has a Flickr group that they pull their graphics from. So if you’re prone to taking photos of your camera gear, you might consider joining the group and contributing to the pool. Who knows, your photos could get used on Camerapedia.org. And if you’re really ambitious, you can donate your camera expertise as an editor.

Flickr Group

Link Roundup 01-12-2008


  • February Challenge
    The month of February will be dedicated to colors! Pick a color a week and shoot at least three photos of that color during the week.
  • You’ve Got a Project? I’ve Got a Wiki!
    Antoine is putting together a photography project wiki to keep track of all the ongoing projects that can be found amongst the local blogs. If you host projects, I’d encourage you to contact him and help build up the structure of the site — it should be a great resource if we get a lot of folks on board.