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09/14/2005 06:16:46 AM · #1
I invite all to post in this thread the links to the websites s/he thinks are the best photography guidence/learning/tutorial websites. Let this become an archive of all those links from where we can learn !!!
09/14/2005 06:32:34 AM · #2
//www.dpchallenge.com :)
09/14/2005 06:33:08 AM · #3
damn - too slow ;-)
09/14/2005 06:33:41 AM · #4
I personally learned most of what I know from here. //www.luminous-landscape.com/ have some very good articles explaining various aspects of photgraphy and digital editing.

Message edited by author 2005-09-14 06:34:15.
09/14/2005 09:21:35 AM · #5
I just find this website having a host of great articles on composition //www.photoinf.com/
09/14/2005 09:27:42 AM · #6

Morguefile

Message edited by author 2005-09-14 09:31:49.
09/20/2005 09:27:56 PM · #7
www.photos-of-the-year.com has some good stuff too.
09/20/2005 09:47:51 PM · #8
if you like shooting action stuff or portraiture stuff //www.skateboardphotography.com has some good tutorials and plenty of members that will tell u why your photo is the worst thing theyve ever seen, and then u go fix it. That site has taught me a lot.
09/20/2005 10:02:26 PM · #9
take a look at //www.photo.net there are some good tutorials and you can post photos for critiques.
09/20/2005 10:19:14 PM · #10
I love Russell Brown.
10/01/2005 09:07:44 PM · #11
I actually got most of my knowledge from books (not trying to be haughty, just honest). I really like having the book in hand, as convenient as I find the book. Try "The Complete Guide To Photography," by John Hedgecoe.
11/25/2005 05:33:50 PM · #12
Mine is --- ofcourse I'd say that, but hey give it a shot :-)
11/25/2005 05:38:26 PM · #13
I've got some good ones HERE.
11/25/2005 05:51:22 PM · #14
Jodie Coston's Free online course is awesome!!

Originally posted by BlackDot:

Morguefile
11/25/2005 09:28:31 PM · #15
besides DPChallenge, one I really enjoy is PhotoSIG. The emphasis is on critiques and it is a great place to hone your critical eye.

Dave


11/25/2005 10:30:05 PM · #16
Originally posted by patrinus:

take a look at //www.photo.net there are some good tutorials and you can post photos for critiques.


This is one of my favourite web sites for resources too!
11/26/2005 08:36:25 AM · #17
//www.webphotoschool.com/index.html[/url]
I've tried this one...got some fairly good ideas and insight on set-ups etc.
11/26/2005 09:22:51 AM · #18
I like Cambridge in Colour and Earthbound Light
11/26/2005 09:25:07 AM · #19
Nobody has mentioned //www.retouchpro.com yet so I will toss that out there. I learned more about photoshop there than everywhere else combined.
11/26/2005 10:54:08 AM · #20
Originally posted by Willtorecord:

I just find this website having a host of great articles on composition //www.photoinf.com/

WOW! amazing site! bookmarked, thanks!
11/26/2005 11:41:00 AM · #21
Great idea to post this information....

Good job guys!!!!! Thanks
11/26/2005 11:42:59 AM · #22
Sorry here is some more:

//www.trekearth.com
//www.treknature.com

Have fun
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