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110 Great Resources for Photographers

Antonio MarquesFiled under:General in Photography, Photography

Being a photography enthusiast and always willing to learn more and more, I’m always on the lookout for new sources. Podcasts and videocasts are a great source of information and, specially the first ones, a great way to spend commuting times or when out on a walk (including photowalks).

I have a list of podcasts and videocasts that I follow on a regular basis but I like to know what others recommend.

A few days ago I asked on Twitter which podcasts people are listening to. A few answers came through and although I had the majority of them already linked in the podcatcher some new ones were added to the list. To my surprise, Olivier asked me to share the list.

So, I decided to go a little further and share not only the new ones but my complete list of podcasts and videocasts. Since I know many of you don’t use iTunes, the feed links to the normal RSS feed (any podcatcher will grab it). I can only hope this is useful for you.

 

Podcasts/Videocasts

In alphabetical order:

  1. Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom™  (videocast)
  2. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips – Lightroom Videos  (videocast)
  3. Audio2u Shutters Inc. (podcast)
  4. Candid Frame (podcast)
  5. Chase Jarvis Photography TV Edt. (videocast)
  6. Digital Photography Podcast  (podcast)
  7. Digital Photography Podcast Video Edt. (videocast)
  8. Digital Photography Tips from the Top Floor  (podcast/videocast)
  9. Digital Story  (podcast)
  10. DigitalPro Talk’s Podcast  (podcast)
  11. EXIF and Beyond  (podcast)
  12. Inside Digital Photo Radio (podcast) – iTunes feed
  13. Jeff Curto’s Camera Position  (podcast)
  14. LensWork – Photography and the Creative Process  (podcast)
  15. Lightroom for Digital Photographers  (videocast)
  16. Photography 101    (videocast)
  17. Photography Podcast  (podcast)
  18. PhotoNetCast (podcast) You should really subscribe to this one :)
  19. Photoshop for Digital Photographers (videocast)
  20. Photoshop Killer Tips (videocast)
  21. PhotoShop User TV (videocast)
  22. Photowalkthrough (videocast)
  23. Pixelicious (videocast)
  24. Pro Photography Show (podcast)
  25. This Week in Photography (podcast/videocast)
  26. Thoughts on Photography (podcast)
  27. The Digital Photography Show (podcast)

After I’ve written the list above, I was doing some clean-up of my feed reader and thought why not share the list of blogs too… As with the podcasts, not everything in the list is for everyone and not everything is at the same level. Some are better than others, some focus only on a certain level of photography. I believe that you’ll have many of these in your own list, but if not, at least you get to know them. To all my readers, directly from my feed reader, meet what I read…

 

Blogs

In alphabetical order:

  1. 1001 Noisy Cameras
  2. 17mm Blog
  3. 640 Pixels
  4. All Narfed Up
  5. Allen’s Digital Photography Blog
  6. Beyond Megapixels
  7. Beyond Phototips
  8. Beyond the Obvious
  9. Camera Porn
  10. Chase Jarvis Blog
  11. Collective Lens
  12. Current Photo Contests
  13. Dan Heller’s Photography Business Blog
  14. Digital Photography
  15. Digital Photography Now
  16. Digital Photography Tutorials
  17. Digital ProTalk
  18. Digital Shot
  19. Digital Wizardry Photography Blog
  20. DigitalFreak.net
  21. digital Photography School
  22. dispatches
  23. DIYPhotography.net – Photography and Studio Lighting
  24. DVPhoto
  25. Earthbound Light
  26. ePHOTOzine News Feed
  27. Epic Edits Weblog   (co-host at PhotoNetCast)
  28. F/1.0
  29. fotohacker
  30. Found Photography
  31. Graf Nature Photography
  32. Harry Nowell Photo Blog
  33. Hey Girl, Nice Shot
  34. Houston Photobloggers
  35. Hyperphocal
  36. Jeff Wignall’s "The Joy of Digital Photography"
  37. Jeff’s Photo Gallery
  38. JMG-Galleries   (co-host at PhotoNetCast)
  39. Joe McNally’s Blog
  40. John Nack on Adobe
  41. Kwerfeldein   (co-host at PhotoNetCast)
  42. LeggNet’s Digital Capture
  43. LetsGoDigital Camera Reviews
  44. Magical Places Fine Art
  45. MAKE: Imaging Blog
  46. Marketing Photos with Mary Virginia Swanson
  47. My Camera World
  48. Neil Creek – Photographer
  49. Photo Attorney
  50. Photo Business News
  51. Photo Competitions
  52. Photocritic
  53. Photography Basics
  54. Photography Business
  55. Photography Grants and Awards
  56. Photography tips
  57. PhotographyVoter
  58. Photojojo
  59. photonovice.net
  60. Photopreneur
  61. Photoshop Insider
  62. PhotoWalking Life
  63. Photowalking.org
  64. planet neil – tangents
  65. Planet Photoshop
  66. PopPhoto: Popular Photography & Imaging Features
  67. Pro Photo Life
  68. Rasmus Rasmussen
  69. RDD Photo
  70. Sharing My Light
  71. Shifting Pixel
  72. Shutterpad.com
  73. State of the Art
  74. Strobist
  75. Sublime Light
  76. Suite101: Photography articles
  77. The Digital ImageMaker
  78. The Imaging Resource News Page
  79. The Online Photographer
  80. Thomas Hawk’s Digital Connection
  81. Vincent Laforet’s Blog
  82. Words: Irrational – digital photography explored
  83. Yanik’s Photoblog

27 + 83 = 110 Great resources for photographers

Big list… Makes me wonder if I should think about trimming it down.

All the people producing such great content deserve a great audience. If you don’t know them already, check their sites and what they have to offer. And if you like it, subscribe.

You’ll notice that on the list there are no photoblogs. It was not a mistake. Photoblogs had their space in here already.

I’m probably missing on some great content out there. So, if you think some other sites should be added to the list drop me a comment. I’ll keep the updates going…

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    Comments:

    1. RessekNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi,
      Nice post! This is helpful to people handling cameras and also those who are interested in learning photography.

    2. pawoliNo Gravatar Says:

      Wow, what an impressive list of resources.
      I am glad I asked you to published it ;-) .
      thanks.
      – Olivier

    3. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi Olivier,

      I’m glad you did. It gave a lot of work, but the list is all there.
      Now I know why I’m spending too much time reading instead of photographing and writing posts. :)

      Regards.

    4. zohanNo Gravatar Says:

      Hello, very nice list, thanks for the effort. Here is an other blog that I frequently visit and enjoy:

      http://www.photolectic.com

    5. TiborNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi,

      Thanks for mentioning my blog (Photonovice.net).

      Best regards,
      Tibor

    6. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      No problem Tibor.
      You have some great content over there.

    7. Mads AlexanderNo Gravatar Says:

      Don´t forget the online magazine Victor By hasselblad.

      http://www.victorbyhasselblad.com

      With Video podcast

    8. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Thanks Mads Alexander,

      I’ll take a look at it. But at first glance it’s putting me off by the fact that the site requires a registration.

    9. Delont PhotographyNo Gravatar Says:

      very usefull

    10. RoshNo Gravatar Says:

      Very good list. You’ve listed some of my favorites. If you are interested in new media, soical media, digital media and its applications for the photographer http://www.newmediaphotographer.com is a good answer.

      Chase Jarvis stuff is always fun. Not listed is studiolighting.net They often have some good interviews with photographers.

      Rosh

    11. Ian MearsNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi,

      What about Flickr? It’s ok reading about photography but what about looking at images for inspiration and new ideas?

      Granted there is a huge amount of dross on there but there are also some stunning images…

      Ian.

    12. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi Ian,

      Thanks for your comment. With this list I tried to focus on sites that offer photography related content, such as news, tutorials etc.

      Without question that Flickr is a great place to share your images and admire other people’s work, but I didn’t feel it belonged in this list.

      Thanks again for your suggestion.

    13. AndrewNo Gravatar Says:

      Just wanted to say thanks for your pick of information here and honored to have made it in your list. Great to see other appreciate the quality content that we provide. Cheers!

    14. laanbaNo Gravatar Says:

      Oh my, you have Houston Photobloggers in your feed reader? I’m all nervous now! I better get out of my hurricane slump and post something interesting! :-)

    15. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Oh yes, you better start posting something good there ;)

      Thanks for dropping by.

    16. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      It was my pleasure.

      Thanks for the comment.

    17. Carol KeislingNo Gravatar Says:

      Are there any sites for PhotoShop ELEMENTS. Its seems that everything on the web is about Lightroom2 and the CS3/4?

      I can see not reason to use eith CS3/4 or Lightroom?

      Any thought on this…?

      Carol

    18. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi Carol,

      In fact there are many sites that are exclusively dedicated to Photoshop Elements or that have a huge section dedicated to it. Just search “photoshop elements tutorials” and you’ll get there.

      If you don’t need Photoshop or Lightroom, have you thought about trying GIMP?

    19. A MarquesNo Gravatar Says:

      Here are just a few that I got from the search page by searching in Google “Photoshop elements tutorials”:

      http://www.photoshoproadmap.com/Photoshop-tutorials/Photoshop-Elements-tutorials/Most-popular/1/

      http://graphicssoft.about.com/od/pselements/Photoshop_Elements_Tutorials_and_User_Resources.htm

      http://www.photoshopsupport.com/elements/tutorials.html

      http://www.pixel2life.com/tutorials/adobe_photoshop_elements/

      Go deeper into the search results or change the query and I bet you’ll get many more good ones.

    20. BenitoNo Gravatar Says:

      Very very useful post. Thanks.

    21. Don GiannattiNo Gravatar Says:

      Hi.
      Great list.
      Please consider my Lighting Essentials (www.lighting-essentials.com) for inclusion.

      Enjoying your site immensely,

      –don

    22. Paul IndigoNo Gravatar Says:

      Thanks for mentioning Beyond the Obvious. Lots of great reading on your list to keep us all busy.
      Cheers,
      Paul

    23. MauricioNo Gravatar Says:

      hi thanks 110 website (no english)

    24. attorney marketingNo Gravatar Says:

      Photography is a side hobby of mine. Thank you for sharing your lists.

    25. www.lombokwedding.comNo Gravatar Says:

      thanks you for sharing

    26. Lumix Camera ReviewsNo Gravatar Says:

      A great resource here but you need to keep us updated. I’m not sure about the last time you updated this photography list.

    27. Kayana Photography BaliNo Gravatar Says:

      do you have more update for photography website?

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